Defining "loft" in Greater Boston has been damn near impossible—until now. This newly listed number at 243 Bent Street off Kendall Square puts on a freakin' clinic when it comes to defining loft. Where to start? Twenty-four-foot ceilings. Different levels. Beams, beams, beams. Pipes, pipes, pipes. Book shelves. Exposed cement floors. Exposed brick. Ginormous windows. A ladder! The 2,358-square-footer, which is actually two adjoining and connected units, is asking $1,750,000. That tag includes exclusive roof rights, which, according to the William Raveis listing, entitles the owner to build out a private roof deck. Lofty ambitions.
· Did Somebody Say 'Loft'? In Boston, Probably [Curbed Boston]
· Meet Downtown Crossing's 'True' New York-Style Loft [Curbed Boston]