On the Market: A Renovated Factory Loft in Fort Point
Industrial meets contemporary in this swanky Seaport condo.
Size: 526 square feet
This sturdy brick block of a building may not read chic on the outside—which makes the ultra mod lofts housed inside all the more alluring. Original wood beam ceilings and exposed brick walls hint at the condo’s origins as a factory, which was built in 1916. Natural light pours through the unit’s oversized windows, saturating the space’s industrial elements and reflecting off of its modern touches.
Upon entering, a long and sleek galley kitchen makes for an unobstructed entrance to the living room. There, guests can nosh and lounge under 13-foot ceilings before heading out for craft cocktails a block away at Drink, or delighting in modern art 10 minutes down the street at the ICA. A cube tile floor injects some geometric edge into this swanky loft’s bright white washroom, proving that a simple contemporary design on a factory frame affects a luxurious aesthetic.
For information, contact Kevin Caulfield, Caulfield Properties/Compass, compass.com
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