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Residences

319A provides sophisticated loft living in 48 modern, luxe residences. Kitchens and baths combine the durability of original industrial detailing with the functionality of updated systems. Soaring windows and high ceilings flood the interiors with natural light, while exposed brick and original wood beams infuse the residences with history and place.

  • Studio
  • One Bedroom
  • One Bedroom Plus Den
  • Two Bedroom
Residence BR/BA Bedrooms Baths Square Ft Floor Plan
Type 1 ST/1BA Studio One 452 ViewPDF
Type 2 ST/1BA Studio One 474 ViewPDF
Type 3 ST/1BA Studio One 500 ViewPDF
Type 4 ST/1BA Studio One 522 ViewPDF
Type 5 ST/1BA Studio One 526 ViewPDF
Type 6 ST/1BA Studio One 572 ViewPDF
Type 7 1BR/1BA One One 673 ViewPDF
Type 8 1BR/1BA One One 733 ViewPDF
Type 9 1BR/1BA/Den One + Den One 815 ViewPDF
Type 10 2BR/2BA Two Two 1,045 ViewPDF
Type 11 2BR/2BA Two Two 1,055 ViewPDF
Rendering of a two bedroom residence at 319 A Street, with paned 9ft windows, exposed brick & wooden beams, and sleek, modern finishes.

Amenities & Features

Located in the heart of Fort Point, 319A's curated amenities & luxe features cater to residents' needs. The rooftop deck offers an alfresco escape and views beyond the channel, while the covered drive-through helps you stay warm & dry on even the coldest days. In residences, polished chrome fixtures, zebrawood finish cabinets and honed black granite countertops create a distinctive, contemporary urban feel.

Fort Point

Among Boston's most treasured neighborhoods, Fort Point Channel is a special place. It uniquely combines historic architecture, artisanal shops, quaint cafes and fine dining. Imbued with a rich culture of art and performance, Fort Point is a vibrant and constantly evolving neighborhood. The only question—what new hot-spot will open next?

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Row 34

A workingman's oyster bar


383 Congress St.

Photo of a plate of food prepared at Bastille Kitchen

Bastille Kitchen

Contemporary French bistro


49 Melcher St.

Photo of a bowl of food prepared at Sportello, placed on top of a copy of their menu

Sportello

A modern interpretation of the classic diner


348 Congress St.

Photo of the weather vane above Blue Dragon, featuring a white dragon, in front of a clear blue sky

Blue Dragon

Asian gastropub


324 A St.

ICA/Boston

75 years of contemporary art


100 Northern Ave.

Photo of the Boulevard of Flags, a long outdoor mall lined with flags of the world, at the World Trade Center in Boston

World Trade Center

Conventions, exhibits & trade shows


200 Seaport Blvd.

Photo of a lunch counter at District Hall

District Hall

Boston's new home for innovation


75 Northern Ave.

Children's Museum

See what you can experience


308 Congress St.

Photo of variety of wine bottles on display and sold at Bee's Knees Supply Company

Bee's Knees Supply

A gourmet grocery


12 Farnsworth St.

Flour Bakery

Make life sweeter


12 Farnsworth St.

Photo of the interior of Salon Mario Russo

Salon Mario Russo

Award-winning haircuts


60 Northern Ave.

Photo of the interior of Residence Inn by Marriott

Residence Inn

Unique hospitality


370 Congress St.

319 A Street illustrated neighborhood map Trade Smith & Wollensky Barking Crab Daily Catch Envoy Hotel Federal Courthouse Salon Mario Russo Yotel Strega Waterfront Institute of Contemporary Art My Diner Nourish Your Soul Freshii Mrs. B's Cafe Necco Street Garage World Trade Center Tavern Road Bon Me Boloco Sorelle Gather District Hall Our Lady of Good Voyage Chapel Boston Children's Museum Bee's Knees Supply Flour Barrington Coffee Drink Sportello Pastoral Menton Residence Inn Sweetgreen Lucky's Lounge Papagayo Fort Point Market Blue Dragon Trillium Row 34 Bastille Kitchen Barlows Internal Matter Bob's Your Uncle The Club by George Foreman III Massachusetts Convention Center Starbucks The Westin Starbucks Tamo Bar Aura Rosa Mexicano

The Story of 319 A

319A transforms a 100-year-old manufacturing warehouse with unconventional, contemporary elements. With enameled brick, studded barn-style doors, hand-laid chevron tiles and an original entry stairway, the industrial spirit and detail of this heritage building remain intact.

Elevation illustration of 319 A Street from March 1913, when it was a warehouse for Kistler Leather Company.
  1. Restored Skylights

    Unique skylights—restored to the standards of the Fort Point Channel Landmark District Commission—are on view from the roof deck.

    Photo of the skylights at 319 A Street
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  2. Kistler Leather

    Built in 1914 by the Boston Wharf Company, 319A served as the manufacturing warehouse for the Kistler Leather Co., makers of leather shoe soles.

    Snippet of old paperwork from Kistler Leather Company
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  3. Freight Elevator

    A repurposed freight elevator shaft becomes a cozy brick den in select residences.

    Closeup photo of an original freight elevator shaft in 319 A Street
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  4. Barn-Style Pully

    Sliding tinned pulley doors mark the entrance to the stairway and add drama and history to the corridors.

    Closeup photo of a barn style pully above a tin door at 319 A Street
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  5. Bank Vault

    Once used to store valuables and income from the Kistler Leather Co. this enameled brick bank vault now serves as a dramatic entryway to select residences.

    Closeup photo of a vault door handle at 319 A Street
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  6. Tin Shutters

    Pressed tin shutters grace the lobby windows as they have since the building was originally constructed.

    Closeup photo of tin from the shutters in 319 A Street's lobby windows
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  7. Railroad Tracks

    The original train tracks can still be seen along Pastene Alley. The steel train bumper is a permanent fixture at the side of the building.

    Black and white photo of a train car stopped outside 319 A Street
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Contact

Open by Appointment

Jillian Reig and Steve Losordo

Campion & Company

172 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02116 617.236.0711

www.campionre.com

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