In the South End, one of Boston’s most historic and
sought-after neighborhoods, this loft space was once the
second largest building in the U.S. Edwin Payson designed
it as a large city factory in 1854 (history buffs, take
note: during the Civil War, Spencer repeating rifles were
In 1972, the old mill-style factory was reborn as 174 residential
loft-style apartments, the first development of its kind
in Boston. Artists have come and gone since then, leaving
their mark: check out some of the handpainted doors. The
first-floor gallery traditionally showcases art created
within these walls.
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