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Unique skylights—restored to the standards of the Fort Point Channel Landmark District Commission—are on view from the roof deck.
Built in 1914 by the Boston Wharf Company, 319A served as the manufacturing warehouse for the Kistler Leather Co., makers of leather shoe soles.
A repurposed freight elevator shaft becomes a cozy brick den in select residences.
Sliding tinned pulley doors mark the entrance to the stairway and add drama and history to the corridors.
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.
Pressed tin shutters grace the lobby windows as they have since the building was originally constructed.
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.