Laconia Lofts

The Laconia Lofts, located in the heart of the burgeoning South End arts district, is home to 99 unique loft-style residences. Since many of the original buyers purchased the lofts in a “raw” state, the building boasts an incredible variety of interior finishes, sizes and prices, which makes it both distinctive and desirable to buyers looking for an alternative to the traditional Boston brownstone. There building features some open live/work space spaces,among the highest ceilings in Boston, expansive windows that capture exquisite light,  central air, underground garage parking, and a common roof deck with stunning views of the city. Most homes offer hardwood or concrete floors and granite and stainless steel appliances, and many include a private outdoor space. The building is home to a large number of practicing artist owners and includes a gallery dedicated to the promotion of the arts in the South End and beyond. Laconia Lofts is located in a highly desirable and eclectic neighborhood, with a park right across the street (complete with tennis courts) and quick access to popular restaurants and cafés, the MBTA’s new Silver Line, Routes 93, the Mass Pike, and Logan Airport.

FP3 Boston

FP3 is located in the heart of the vibrant Fort Point and Seaport area. The 92 residences are housed within three masonry buildings; two are totally renovated historic structures; one is entirely new construction. Homes are loft-style, some brick and beam, others new construction; some penthouse duplexes; others with unmatched private terraces. All include over-sized windows, high ceilings and hardwood floors. Kitchens are open with contemporary cabinetry and premium appliances. The lobby serves as an exhibition gallery for local artists and function space for residents. A common roof deck with a gas grill captures views of the Fort Point and Seaport area. FP3 is conveniently located, just steps to the InterContinental Hotel, South Station, the Financial District, the Waterfront and the new Innovation District. You can walk to numerous restaurants and cafes: Legal Seafood, Trade, McCormick & Schmick, Strega, Flour Bakery & Cafe to Barbara Lynch’s Drink, Sportello and the high-end Menton at the building’s base.  Seaport development plans, public transportation and easy highway access make FP3 an increasingly desirable and hot place to call home.