Residences at Battery Wharf is a 104-unit luxury condo building on Boston’s waterfront. As a part of the Battery Wharf Hotel, residents have full access to hotel services, including: a fitness center, fine dining and a spa. The condos are located throughout three separate buildings, 2 Battery Wharf, 3 Battery Wharf and 4 Battery Wharf and are spread over the top 4 floors. The condos range from one bedrooms to large penthouses with floor-to-ceiling windows, open kitchens, multiple bathrooms and open floor plans. Many of the condos also have large private balconies with beautiful views over the harbor. Located on Boston Harbor, the Residences at Battery Wharf are only minutes from the North End and Downtown Boston.
Burroughs Wharf is a 1993 complex houses sixty-nine condominium homes divided into two piers of the historic Boston Harbor. Residents of Burroughs Wharf can enjoy the North End and its variety of fine dining and entertainment options and Faneuil Hall which is only steps away. The Fairmont Hotel on the newly renovated Battery Wharf is right next door. Transportation is easy with the access to the Logan Airport water shuttle, the proximity of the Haymarket bus and T station, and the hub that is North Station. Deeded garage parking and marina slips are available to residents. The units boast vast rooms; chef’s kitchens equipped with state-of-the-art Gaggenau stoves and ovens as well as Sub-Zero refrigerators.
Built in 1832 for warehousing to and from the Far East, Commercial Wharf was converted into 94 condominiums in 1978. This property is best known for breathtaking views down the Harbor and unparalleled night views of Christopher Columbus Park. Features of the homes at Commercial Wharf are brick and beam, fireplaces, and balconies on the south and north sides. Many of these homes are floor-through, meaning they run the width of the building and have both northern and southern exposures. Each residence has exclusive-rights parking in perpetuity of the deed. The cost for parking is $300/month with unlimited guest parking for free at night, holidays, and weekends. Unbeatable.
Commercial Wharf is ideally located on the Marina and along the primary foot path of the Waterfront, next to Christopher Columbus Park. The complex is also home to the Boston Yacht Haven: the Waterfront’s largest, full-service marina that can accommodate vessels over 150 feet. Marina slips are available for lease. Additionally, Commercial Wharf is on-site for the ferry service to the Encore Casino, Water taxis, and Marina T-service. Surrounded by over 100 restaurants, including The Sail Loft, Daily Catch, and Joe’s – located next door – are favorite gathering spots with large decks, bars, and marina views. An iconic location, next to the Greenway, North End, Seaport District, Government Center, Faneuil Hall, North Station, South Station and all major transportation points.
Harbor Towers is a full service luxury building in the Waterfront neighborhood, offering sweeping views of the water and the city skyline. This building, named after its location, is called the Harbor Towers and offers 624 elegant and comfortable units. The building is truly unique, designed by one of the 20th century’s most revered architects. The two towers both have 40-floors. Residents can enjoy the beautiful luxury amenities including: hardwood floors, stunning views, huge windows, sun-drenched living areas, chef’s kitchen, and marble bathrooms. The building offers underground garage parking, 24-hour concierge service, an exclusive seaside pool, an elevator and common outdoor space.
One of the most spectacular luxury condo buildings in the city of Boston. Located on Boston’s charming waterfront, completed in late 2006, this glass tower boasts amazing views of the airport all the way to the ocean, as well as the new Rose Kennedy Greenway on the city side. There is a 5 star hotel which will provide all the same services to the residents as they do their guests . Call room service from your house phone, as well as valet, dry cleaning, schedule and housekeeping. The 24/7 concierge will be more than happy to call for reservations to any of Boston’s fine restaurants. The hotel will have a gym/spa available to the residents, open 24 hours a day which will house a wonderful infinity heated swimming pool. There will also be a waterfront bistro, lounge and sushi bar. Unparalleled service, coupled with new millennium designs, makes The Intercontinental one of the most luxurious and desirable properties in Boston.
Lewis Wharf is a historic 1830’s shipping warehouse turned into condominiums on the four upper levels and commercial units on the two lower floors. Lewis Wharf retains the charm of its historic past: high ceilings, apparent bricks and beams, many original fireplaces give all the homes a genuine authenticity.
Modern improvements include state-of-the-art fixtures and luxury services such as 24-hour concierge and security, elevators, an indoor swimming pool, beautifully landscaped gardens and a vast common roof deck with 360 degree views of Boston and its harbor.
The location adds convenience to this residence: being steps away from Commercial Wharf, Union Wharf, Quincy Market, the New England Aquarium, the North End and public transportation hubs, North Station and Haymarket surely has its advantages.
Lincoln Wharf is an architecturally beautiful building originally built in 1901.
Right on the edge of the North End on Boston’s Waterfront, this 19th century building houses 191 residential units.
Ranging from one to three bedroom units, residents of Lincoln Wharf have a choice of a wide variety of open floor plans with gorgeous waterfront views.
Some residences boast private balconies and the building amenities include: 24-hour concierge, glass elevators, a fitness center, an atrium, a bicycle storage room and parking for cars and boats.
Originally built as a power plant, Lincoln Wharf is surrounded by the amenities of the waterfront, including parks, restaurants, shopping and historic sites.
Lovejoy Wharf is a newly developed 157 unit condo building slated for occupancy Summer of 2017. Developed by Related/Beal, Lovejoy Wharf is a 15 story residential tower with 2 ground floor restaurants & outdoor patio dining. One, two & three bedroom condominiums feature floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Boston Harbor & Zakim Bridge. Lovejoy Wharf has a large fitness studio, residential lounge, library, billiards room and rooftop terrace for all residents to enjoy. Lovejoy Wharf is within easy walking distance to the North End, Waterfront & Beacon Hill. Finishes at Lovejoy Wharf include wide plank flooring, kitchens with custom cabinets & high-end appliances & marble bathrooms. 1 bed condos start at 700 sq/ft, while the largest condos in the building are 3 beds with 1,800+ sq/ft on the penthouse level overlooking Boston Harbor & Zakim Bridge. Additional storage is available in the building as well as valet parking. A short walk across Causeway Street brings residents into the heart of the North End where there are over 100 restaurants, cafes and shops. Lovejoy Wharf is extremely accessible to major transportation points in the Downtown Boston area including highways and public transportation. The building is steps from North Station. In addition to the MBTA subway, North Station is one of Boston’s Amtrak terminals and a MBTA commuter train hub.
Rowes Wharf is considered the “Grand Dame” on Boston’s Waterfront. Constructed in 1987, the building has 98 condominiums located at 10 and 20 Rowes Wharf. The finest full-service building in an A+ location and associated with a 5-Star hotel, The Boston Harbor Hotel. Residents enjoy all the services of this 5-Star hotel including 24 hour concierge, doorman, room service and valet parking services. Residents have easy access to the Health Club and fine restaurants: The Meritage, Rowes Wharf Sea Grille, Pasta Beach and The Alley Bar. The hotel is an ideal spot to host meetings, conferences and weddings. Residents can become members of the Rowes Wharf Health Club and Spa, which is located beneath the Boston Harbor Hotel, and features: a salt water swimming pool, fitness room, relaxation, locker rooms and full-service spa.
During the winter, Rowes Wharf has ice skating under its landmark Rotunda. During the summer, the outdoor harbor area is a world-wide attraction for tourists, residents, and locals for outdoor entertainment and a central hub for all marine vessels. No other property on Boston’s Waterfront utilizes the Harbor Walk better and makes it so easy for pedestrian traffic to visit this gorgeous property, while protecting the privacy of its residents and guests. The water taxi and ferry service conveniently leave the Rowes Wharf Marina where residents are offered fast and easy commutes to the airport, or other locations. Rowes Wharf is an iconic location, next to the Financial District, Seaport District, Historic North End, Faneuil Hall, South Station, downtown Boston and all major transportation points.
Union Wharf is considered one of the most prestigious addresses on The Waterfront. These beautiful granite buildings were built in the 1830s as warehouses and were converted into condominiums in 1978. Union Wharf is best known for its loft-like, brick-and-beam apartments, beautiful landscaping and “residential-like” feeling. Union Wharf is comprised of two granite buildings and 23 townhouses. It consists of 89 units, of which 75 are residential and the remaining 14 are commercial/residential. The townhouses at Union Wharf offer 2,400+ square feet of living space with 2 decks overlooking Boston Harbor. Penthouses at Union Wharf offer large, private terraces with direct Harbor and City views. Union Wharf features 24-hour gated parking, full-time, on-site maintenance, a sea-side heated swimming pool, guest parking and marina slips. Union Wharf is located in the heart of Boston’s Waterfront. The Battery Wharf Hotel is just next door offering fine dining at Aragosta and daily tea service in the hotel’s lobby. Exhale Spa, also located next door, offers residents a full-service spa and fitness classes. Union Wharf is a short walk to over 100 local restaurants along the Waterfront and North End. Union Wharf is also steps to Columbus Park, Boston’s first Waterfront park, with broad, green lawns, rose gardens and a granite fountain.