Completed in 2005, 210 South Street Lofts is a loft conversion right in the heart of the Leather District of Boston, nestled between the Back Bay and Fort Point Channel neighborhoods. The historic 11-story condominium building combines historic neo-classical architecture with the contemporary luxury of 54 beautiful renovated residential loft units. Each home in the 210 South Street Lofts features Italian-designed kitchens with granite counters, spa bathrooms with whirlpool tubs, glass-enclosed showers, and oversized windows which showcase the breathtaking views of downtown Boston. Additional features include 10+ foot ceilings, exquisite bamboo flooring, central A/C and heat, along with in-unit washers and dryers.
The 210 South Street Lofts include all luxury amenities residents expects from one of Boston’s newest developments, such as 24-hour concierge, secured entrance, new elevators, exclusive fitness club and extra storage lockers. In addition, this is a pet-friendly building. Parking is available at a nearby garage.
The Leather District is a neighborhood of Boston near South Street, between the Financial District and Chinatown. The Leather District is a tightly defined area bounded by Kneeland Street to the south, Essex Street to the north, Atlantic Avenue to the east and Lincoln Street to the west. These nine distinct blocks were dominated by the leather industry in the late 19th century. Local residents enjoy the “loft living” options that characterize this neighborhood. The Leather District is home to many businesses ranging from small restaurants to large corporations. The second oldest financial institution in the United States, State Street Corporation, has its headquarters here.
The 210 South Street Lofts is located close to historic South Station. This historic station building was constructed in 1899. South Station is the largest railroad station and intercity bus terminal in Greater Boston and New England’s second-largest transportation center (after Logan International Airport). Today, it serves as a major intermodal domestic transportation hub, with service to the Greater Boston region, Midwest and the Northeast. It is used by thousands of commuter rail and intercity rail passengers daily. Connections to the rapid transit Red Line and Silver Line are made through the adjacent MBTA subway station. In addition, this is one of Boston’s Amtrak locations. The 210 South Street Lofts are just a short walk to the Theatre District, Faneuil Hall, the Boston Common and the Financial District.
Built on a landfill created from tidal flats in the early 1800s to provide additional housing for Boston’s expanding middle class population, Chinatown is home to Boston’s largest Chinese community, in a unique mix of residences and family owned and operated businesses. As the area’s original residents moved out of the area in the 1840s, an influx of immigrants moved in, including Chinese, Irish, Italian, Jewish and Syrian, who converted the area’s single family homes to multiple unit tenements. Commercial uses, including textiles and leather works, began at the turn of the Century with the construction of South Station and the Washington Street Trolley line. To this day, Chinese restaurants and specialty shops fill the ground floor levels of residential buildings.
The Leather District is a small but growing sub-neighborhood of Chinatown. Located between Dewey Square and Kneeland Street, the Leather District is a nine-block area noted for its 19th century brick warehouse structures. These historic buildings were constructed primarily during the 1880s, with a design focused on efficient and economic manufacturing. The leather industry and related wholesalers required space for display, offices and work areas, thus, huge, ground floor display windows don these buildings, set in sturdy cast iron columns – a unique signature of the Leather District.
In the 1980s and 1990s, the Leather District has grown as a mixed-use area, filled by a variety of commercial and residential tenants.
Studio sold in 210 South Street Lofts
|$1,400,000||0 / 0 / 0||12/10/2012||$0/SF|
1 bedroom sold in 210 South Street Lofts Average sold price - $695,245 ($530 / sqft)
|10-2||$939,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,385||09/14/2017||$678/SF|
|8-4||$940,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,431||03/15/2018||$657/SF|
|6-2||$875,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,347||01/12/2017||$650/SF|
|4-1||$845,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,709||07/22/2016||$494/SF|
|11-1||$847,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,196||06/30/2017||$708/SF|
|10-1||$850,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,196||03/14/2018||$711/SF|
|7-2||$810,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,347||06/01/2015||$601/SF|
|11-4||$799,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,374||01/15/2016||$582/SF|
|4-1||$745,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,709||08/30/2013||$436/SF|
|3-4||$800,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,728||06/19/2015||$463/SF|
|9-4||$755,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,431||06/26/2015||$528/SF|
|8-2||$751,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,343||04/14/2014||$559/SF|
|11-3||$657,500||1 / 2 / 0||1,119||06/15/2015||$588/SF|
|11-5||$649,000||1 / 1 / 0||1,045||05/23/2014||$621/SF|
|8-2||$625,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,343||09/15/2011||$465/SF|
|8-3||$635,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,119||04/03/2015||$567/SF|
|6-3||$574,500||1 / 2 / 0||1,368||09/14/2012||$420/SF|
|9 3||$517,000||1 / 2 / 0||1,119||06/01/2013||$462/SF|
|8-5||$499,900||1 / 1 / 0||1,045||08/31/2012||$478/SF|
|9-5||$255,815||1 / 1 / 0||1,045||04/28/2017||$245/SF|
|9-5||$230,422||1 / 1 / 0||1,045||04/30/2014||$220/SF|
2 bedroom sold in 210 South Street Lofts Average sold price - $747,365 ($473 / sqft)
|2-4||$959,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,708||07/10/2017||$561/SF|
|11-2||$900,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,385||06/30/2016||$650/SF|
|PH 11-6||$797,250||2 / 2 / 0||2,096||01/09/2013||$380/SF|
|6-5||$755,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,682||05/30/2014||$449/SF|
|6-4||$754,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,728||03/21/2013||$436/SF|
|11-2||$750,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,385||12/16/2014||$542/SF|
|10-6||$739,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,669||11/15/2012||$443/SF|
|7-5||$749,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,685||02/05/2015||$445/SF|
|5-3||$700,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,347||06/08/2015||$520/SF|
|4-2||$672,500||2 / 2 / 0||1,354||06/29/2012||$497/SF|
|2-2||$680,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,392||05/22/2013||$489/SF|
|2-5||$675,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,667||06/15/2012||$405/SF|
|5-4||$585,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,728||11/20/2012||$339/SF|
Built on a landfill created from tidal flats in the early 1800s to provide additional housing for Boston's expanding middle class population, Chinatown is home to Boston's largest Chinese community, in a unique mix of residences and family owned and operated businesses...