Laconia Lofts Combine Forever Views and Artsy Ambience

Built from the ground up in the late 1990s, Laconia Lofts combines sensational views with an almost artsy ambience. It’s said that many of the original owners were artists and were able to personalize their homes.

For this reason, the units of Laconia Lofts are truly unique today. To take advantage of the views, many of the units also come with massive windows, plus there’s a common roof deck, too.

Found in Boston’s South End, this SoWa elevator building offers some loft-style condos as well as some live/workspaces. Prospective new residents can expect to find large windows, soaring ceilings, and open floorplans, but the units do vary in size.

Options sometimes include a one-, two-, or even three-bedroom layout, available for sale or for rent. Some of the smallest units are still quite spacious, with around 1,000 square feet of space.

Some of the largest sometimes offer 2,500 square feet of space. One of the currently rented units is a one-bedroom, two-bath loft with included garage parking and in-unit laundry. The fifth-floor loft has 16-foot ceilings and around 2,000 square feet of space.

A two-bedroom, two-bath unit on the second floor was listed for rent last year. It has 1,400 square feet of space, including a newly renovated kitchen with a large granite island.

A sweeping penthouse unit contains its own loft overlooking the main living section of the home. While different, many of the units of Laconia Lofts tend to have either concrete or hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances and sometimes granite countertops.

Building amenities include underground parking and a roof deck. Laconia Lofts is within walking distance of a Whole Foods Market in the Ink Block. 

It’s also close to countless shops, restaurants, and galleries in the South End. Just across from the building is Peters Park, which offers two full basketball courts, a tennis/pickleball court, a tot lot, and a dog park.

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