It just doesn’t get any more lofty than this 75-unit condo building in South Boston’s burgeoning Fort Port district. The two-story condo boasts enormous ceilings and tall windows, and the view from the upper floors is of downtown Boston and the Seaport District.
The building was constructed in 2004, but it is made to look like a traditional warehouse. The flooring on the first floor is wide-planked hardwood, the ceilings and walls are painted white, and the sprinkler system piping hangs exposed. The galley kitchen has stainless steel appliances, red and smoked glass contemporary cabinets, and speckled granite tops. Some of the ceilings in the living room are 18 feet. The large windows have motorized shades and can be opened for fresh air.
The second floor is carpeted and includes a loft area that overlooks the living room. The large master bedroom is separated from the loft area by a privacy shade. The second bedroom has a closet, a full showered bath, and the laundry and utility room behind a door. The main bathroom has a separate shower and tub. The $862 monthly condo fee includes heat, hot water, and maintenance. A deeded parking space comes with the unit and the condo is pet friendly. Listing broker is Bill Nikolis.