Boston’s Leather District is a smaller, tightly defined neighborhood positioned between South Station and Chinatown. Historically, the Leather District was known for playing a big part in the city’s leather industry being home to businesses and tanneries in the field. The Great Fire of 1872 had caused major destruction to the area calling for buildings to be rebuilt along with the introduction of new fire regulations and codes.
Later on in the 1980’s the area had become more of a residential destination while it became listed as a Historic Landmark in 1983. In more recent years, many existing buildings have been repurposed into condominium homes further defining the area as more of a residential neighborhood with great ease of access to nearby transportation, shopping and businesses.
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