On the Neponset River, at the crossroads of vintage and vogue, you'll find Baker Chocolate Factory Apartments in Boston, Massachusetts. Here in the heart of Dorchester's historic Lower Mills district, is the 1806 site of America's first successful chocolate mill, now transformed into a unique apartment enclave.
Fast-forward to the 21st Century: Dorchester's Lower Mills area is a thriving, hip community with an eye to the future. This neighborhood has undergone a renaissance and attractions within walking distance include five-star restaurants, convenient public transportation, bakeries, antique galleries, parks and more.
The former Baker's Chocolate Factory headquarters has also been reborn: its three renovated mill buildings have found new life as 133 residential apartments arranged in studio, one-, and two-bedroom flats and lofts. Historical charm and unique architectural elements abound, including a mansard roof with a quaint cupola and an arched brick entryway. Outdoors, the community features two landscaped interior cobblestone courtyards and wonderful picnic and gathering areas overlooking the river. Inside, you'll enjoy zen garden entries and the 24-hour fitness center with individual TVs.
Baker Chocolate Factory apartment homes also offer sustainable features such as various energy- and water-saving devices and stainless-steel Energy Star appliances. Many homes have exposed brick walls, natural wood beams and private entrances. Upgraded urban kitchens will delight your inner foodie, while wide window expanses bring in plenty of light and scenic river views.
Where vintage meets vogue: Baker Chocolate Factory Apartments in Boston, MA