The 26 Stillman Lofts are a perfect home for someone who enjoys an open living floor plan. The building was converted in 2002 and the units were renovated with beautiful hardwood floors, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances. The condominiums also feature soaring ceilings, many have brick and beam detail. This elevatored building is located in the heart of the historic North End, on the edge of the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Many of the spacious homes have breathtaking views of Boston’s Skyline. Some units have private outdoor space. The 26 Stillman Lofts building also features a large common roof deck with stunning views of the Downtown Boston skyline and the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Professionally managed, this building is kept in excellent condition and features beautiful loft-style common areas with an industrial flair.
The location of 26 Stillman Lofts places it within walking distance of over one hundred restaurants, cafes, and shops. It is also very conveniently positioned close to the MBTA’s Orange, Green, and Blue Line as well as major highways and bus transportation.
The TD Garden, Boston’s premier sports and entertainment venue is also a short walk away. Since opening in 1995, more than 30 million people have come to the TD Garden to see the arena’s famous tenants, the NHL’s Boston Bruins and NBA’s Boston Celtics, as well as world-renowned concerts, sporting events, family shows, wrestling, ice shows and so much more. Home to approximately 200 public events annually, the TD Garden hosts well over 3.5 million people each year.
The North End is one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods. Home to Paul Revere’s house, the Old North Church, and the Copp’s Hilly Burying Ground, the neighborhood was built and continues to thrive, on history and tradition. But the North End is more than just a glimpse at the City’s revolutionary past; it is a view into old-world traditions. The North End became home to succeeding waves of immigrants during the 19th century, the last of which came from Italy and has left an indelible and charming mark on the neighborhood. In the shadows of the Paul Revere statue and the Old North Church’s signature spire, is a neighborhood with old-world flavor and a commitment to Italian tradition. During the summer, weekend festivals line the streets in honor of a patron saint. With numerous authentic Italian restaurants, pastry shops, cafes, and small retail stores, the area is aptly referred to as Boston’s “Little Italy.”