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Capacious North End two-bedroom in a former pasta factory asks $899,000

Once a home of Prince Pasta, the building now houses some 40 units in the historic neighborhood

A high-ceilinged living room with large windows and furniture, and there are steps leading from the room.
The HOA fee for the condo is $1,085.
Photos via the Sarkis Team/Douglas Elliman

The North End is one of the best neighborhoods in Boston for finding a loft. That’s because so many of the super-historic neighborhood’s buildings started life as warehouses or factories. That includes 63 Atlantic Avenue, which was a manufacturing plant for Prince pasta until the 1970s. It’s now a 40-unit condo building.

Unit 5D is among that 40. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom enjoys vestiges of that industrial past, too, with high ceilings and large windows. The 1,012-square-foot space also includes central air and washer-dryer hookups. The building has a shared roof deck as well.

It’s retailing now through Douglas Elliman for $899,000, or $815 a square foot. That’s on the upper end of the city’s condo prices. The latest figures from the Greater Boston Association of Realtors put the city’s median condo sales price at $700,000.

Another shot of the same spacious living room.
The building dates from 1920.
A bedroom with a bed wedged between windows and a column.
There are two bedrooms.
A kitchen with a long counter and a column in the middle.
The kitchen is particularly spacious.
A bedroom with a bed and a desk with a chair.
This is the second, larger bedroom.
A bathroom with a shower without a curtain.
There are two full baths.