Huge Leather District Loft Hits Market

With over 4,000 square feet and walls of windows, unit 21 at 111 Beach Street in the heart of Boston’s Leather District is quite impressive. When the words “Boston downtown loft” are mentioned, oftentimes, the Leather District comes to mind. The small area between the Financial District and Chinatown is synonymous with lofts, and unit 21 at the Beach Street lofts delivers. The duplex unit boasts 4.125 square feet, gleaming hardwoods, and great light.

Unit 21 is priced at $1,799,000 ($436 per square foot), and comes with a $967 condo fee. Perhaps the one negative to this unit is the parking, which is rental (quite common with the renovated warehouses in the Leather District).

Leather District Lofts with Multiple Exposures

One of the things that we hear from clients most often is a request for “multiple exposures” (i.e. a corner unit that has windows, and thus views and light, available on multiple walls). This is actually a tough request in the city given that there are so many brownstone floor throughs, larger buildings are oftentimes built on top of one another, and free standing buildings or those on the corner of two streets have a limited number of corner units.

That said, when a corner unit with multiple exposures does come onto the market, it’s somewhat of a rare and special thing. Interestingly enough, on Monday, a second two-bedroom, two-bathroom 1,000+ square foot multiple exposures loft-style condo at the popular Lincoln Plaza condominiums came onto the market.

There are currently two corner units available at Lincoln Plaza. Priced similarly between $669K and $690K (right around $600 per square foot), these two units offer a lot to be desired.

Lincoln Plaza is an 84-unit development in Boston’s Leather District that was completed in 2005. For more information on both of the multiple exposures Lincoln Plaza lofts, see the detailed PDF file. To setup a showing, use the Contact Us link at the top of this page.




210 South Street Boasts Buyer Incentives

They started with 54 available condos at the 210 South Street condo development in the Leather District, and they now have 11. The development team has been coming up with new buyer incentives what seems like every quarter that the remaining units go unsold, including some significant price reductions back in August.

Currently, when you buy a 210 South Street loft-style condo, the development team will pay for one year of condo fees and one year of rental parking. Depending on what unit you are looking at, this could add up to almost $10,000 – would you rather just have the money?

The 11 remaining units at 210 South Street are priced from $575,000 to $1,450,000, and range in size from 1,119 to 2,759 square feet. The penthouse level has exquisite arched windows, with excellent views of the city. For more information on 210 South Street, or other Leather District condos and lofts, contact us using the link at the top of this page.

Fire Sale at 210 South Street Lofts

Perhaps the developer thinks that the Labor Day weekend will bring out hungry buyers, as prices for the lofts at 210 South Street were slashed this morning, some units seeing up to $100,000 markdowns. With the return of college students and hordes of families in town this weekend, it might make sense to throw all caution to the wind and hope for the best in selling the last nine units at the new 54-unit concierge Leather District building.

Price per square foot on remaining units hovers at, and below, $500. 210 South Street (Google Map) currently has one-bedroom, two-bathroom units, some of which could facilitate being turned into a two-bedroom by adding a wall (which we can work into an offer for you). Current prices run between $575,000 to $750,000 depending on size and floor level within the building (penthouse units, with the beautiful arched windows, still remain). All units remaining are over 1,000 square feet, with the majority around the 1,300 square foot mark (a single unit remains that is 1,700 square feet).

210 South Street loft condo fees currently run between 40 and 60 cents per square foot, and include heat, water, sewer, master insurance, security, elevator, exterior maintenance, snow removal, exercise room, and extra storage.

Please contact us for more details and to setup a showing.

210 South Street Lofts

210 South Street Offers Buyer Incentives

The newest condo development to hit the Leather District, 210 South Street, has announced new buyer incentives in order to help move the final 9 units off the market.

210 South Street Condos

For a limited time, 210 South Street is offering one-year of fully paid condo fees (roughly an $8,000 value) or a Wells Fargo mortgage buy-down program to entice potential buyers.

The 9 remaining condos are all large one-bedroom units in the 54-unit building. For more information, please contact us.

Rock Bottom Price per Square Foot

The Leather District is offering some great price per square foot deals on new construction these days. We visited the 210 South Street Condos today, and for prices starting at $500 per square foot, these newly completed loft-style condos deliver some bang for the buck.

Grand windows and views are throughout, with the penthouse floor incorporating gorgeous arched windows that offer a unique flair to each unit. There are currently 10 units remaining in this 54 unit secure concierge building, and the developer has been running financing specials, and most recently, discounts on particular units. All remaining units are one-bedroom, two-bathroom loft-style condos, offering 1,119 to 1,709 square feet, priced from $595,000 to $795,000.

There has been a lot of new development in the South Station area lately, either coming online, or already completed, including the new FP3 Condos, and the Lafyette Lofts.

For further information on availability and current prices for the 210 South Street condos (pictured below), please contact us.

210 South Street Condos