The courtyard of a large brick building that has trees and plants in it as well as a sidewalk around

Property details

Number of Units

106

Year Built

1989

Number of Floors

5

The 19th century brick-and-beam building in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has been transformed into dramatic loft-style housing. The details preserved from the original architecture, the warmth and comfort of the individual lofts and the building's open spaces create a sense of community and a unique city experience. Each of the loft apartments is unique, and takes advantage of soaring ceiling heights, wood-beam ceilings, oversized windows, brick walls and other historic details to produce memorable living spaces. Located on the University Park at MIT campus, KBL is within walking distance of Cambridge's shops, restaurants and nightclubs, and it's a short commute into Boston.

A bedroom that has a bed with white sheets on it and a desk that is up against the wall.
A large building made of brown bricks with a courtyard that has trees and a bench.
A man that is sitting at a desk in a lobby in the reception area of an office in a building.
A large brick building that has some black metal lamp posts out front of it and a lot of windows on the building.
A sitting area that is located in the lobby of a building with four chairs around one table.
Trees that are planted next to a bench that is in front of a brick building in a courtyard area.
Indoor decorated living room with a couch and a table and furnitures , white ceiling

Amenities

Walk to MIT, Harvard, restaurants and nightlife

Resident concierge service

Two blocks from the MBTA Red Line

Sustainability

Ratings and Certifications

The Location

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129 Franklin St
Cambridge, MA 02139-4160
United States of America