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Once the center of Boston’s leather industry, the Leather District’s 19th-century brick warehouses now hold offices and luxury lofts in a compact area between the Financial District and Chinatown. A smattering of restaurants range from a beloved 24-hour diner to upmarket places serving global fare. Artisanal coffee shops and laid-back bars cater to residents, downtown workers and South Station rail commuters. ― Google