Gateway Terrace is a Boston South End loft community, inspired by the terrace homes of London. The community is composed of three buildings, the Vose, the Emerson, and the Hallet after piano makers that once lived and worked in the South End. The seven-story yellow brick building that runs adjacent to Washington Street is called the Vose. The Vose building is made up of 133 units, and is the largest in the entire three-building development. Many of the homes feature private terraces or roof decks. The Emerson is the largest structure in the Gateway Terrace development, with 54 condos, abounding with great light and most with outdoor space. The Hallet building is located on the corner of East Berkeley and Harrison Avenue at 40 Fay Street, and anchors Gateway Terrace with 46 units. The copper tower adds a distinctive architectural edge to the exterior, and makes for interesting floor plans on the interior. Gateway Terrace condos feature high ceilings, European style kitchens and baths, and great views from the numerous outdoor spaces.