This groundbreaking conversion of the Prince Spaghetti Factory in the North End into living space took place in the 1970s, Boston has been ripe for converting food-manufacturing facilities into home lofts. Developers and architects say that converting space that once turned spaghetti, for example, is highly desirable because of their solid construction, good bones (most have wood floors and beams, high ceilings, and large windows), and location. Most are near public transportation, are built high enough to offer skyline views, and are an easy walk to all of the city''''s amenities. Located on the waterfront. These units feature balconies, hardwood floors, granite counter tops, high end appliances and direct elevator access. Original pillars and stunning views. Enjoy being close to the financial district, North End restaurants, Christopher Columbus Park and the new Greenway. Breathtaking ocean and city views make this property very special.