Lofts at 36A

Welcome to 36 a Street | Boston, Ma 02127 | South Boston

Year Built



25 residences, 1– 2 bedrooms, 925-1,370 sf, open loft space


central air, elevator (common/direct access), extra storage, garage parking (self park/valet), off-site professional management, pet-friendly (with restrictions), private roof deck space, roofdeck garden, security,


The Lofts at 36A Street is a newly constructed, six-story building, located in South Boston’s residential conversion mecca. Each modern, designer loft-style home features open floor plans allowing the owner to customize the living space with as much or as little separation as desired. Homes feature day-long natural sunlight from a 25-foot “curtain wall” of floor-to-ceiling windows, stained concrete floors, recessed lighting, surround sound, high velocity heating and cooling systems, and a beautifully-designed common roof deck from which to take in views of the Boston skyline. The exquisite kitchens feature flat-panel solid wood cabinetry, Carrera marble or granite counters, Grohe faucets, an extra deep under mount sink, and top of the line Fisher and Paykel appliances. The sleek, spa-like master bathroom is highlighted by a vanity imported from Italy, granite counters and multiple shower heads. Note that residences may have been modified by individual owners. The Lofts at 36 A is just around the corner from public transportation that includes both bus and rail services via the Broadway T Station (Red Line), which is only one stop away from South Station. The Mass Turnpike (I 90 E/W) and I 93 N/S are just minutes away, as is Logan Airport via the Ted Williams Tunnel. In addition to local eateries and pubs, you’ll have easy access to downtown, particularly the Financial District, as well as the Seaport and South End’s attractions.

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