Waterfront

Lovejoy Wharf, What You Need to Know About the North End's Newest Building

The North End in Boston is a destination young and old can enjoy -- a little piece of Italy transported right into the heart of the city. From its small pastry and coffee shops to its world-class restaurants and bustling boutiques, the North End has become synonymous with tradition, history, and, well, food to die for. Imagine living here and having access to the joys of the North End all the time? Now you can. Lovejoy Wharf is the North End's newest building, and it's making quite a buzz around town.

Nestled right on the waterfront, the Lovejoy Wharf luxury condos capture Boston living perfectly. The views are breathtaking and the location is everything. You're within walking distance of the North End, Converse's new headquarters, North Station, TD Garden, and all the restaurants, bars and stores of Downtown Boston. Take a stroll on the Harborwalk along the waterfront when the weather is nice, gaze out at the water, have a picnic or just quietly read a book on one of the many benches. You can actually see TD Garden from the condos and walk there without having to pay the high parking fees. TD Garden is Boston’s premier sports and entertainment venue. It opened in 1995, welcoming more than 30 million people to see its events since then. It's the home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, and plays host to a variety of concerts, sporting events, ice shows and more.

Just as close is the North End, which just so happens to be the city's oldest residential community. Settled in the 1630s, the North End isn't big (in fact, it's only about .36 square miles) but it boasts more than 100 establishments and tourist attractions. A large part of its population is Italian American, evidenced by the many fine Italian restaurants and cafes located here. This charming Boston Landmark is also the spot for many festivals, parades, feasts, and historic sites that take place here throughout the year.

Lovejoy Wharf, expected to be completed early this year, will comprise 162 luxury condos with choice of one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans as well as a penthouse. Check out some more features and amenities of Lovejoy Wharf Boston:

  • 162 condos
  • 17 stories
  • Gym
  • State of the art luxury finishes
  • 34 bottle wine coolers by Gaggenau and Kaldewei
  • Deep soaking tubs
  • Boston Harborwalk
  • Retail store and restaurant
  • 24/7 concierge
  • 3/4 acre open space along waterfront
  • Walking distance of North End, Government Center, Beacon Hill and surrounding areas
  • Convenient access to North Station and highways

Sales of Lovejoy Wharf North End are starting this spring, so get in early on condo living in one of Boston's most desirable neighborhoods. You can't get better views than waterfront! Contact Elevated Realty, the premier Buyer agency for new construction and pre-construction luxury condos, at 617-701-6300 or info@elevatedboston.com. There are also many other pre-construction opportunities available in and around Boston.  Reach out today for more information!

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    Is East Boston Waterfront the Next Seaport?

    In what has always been a gateway community, an adjunct to its big sister Boston and to a lesser degree the Seaport District, East Boston has quickly been shifting from forgotten sibling to the city's next big thing. Rental prices are reflecting the growing sophistication of East Boston, with average monthly rents climbing more than 40 percent in four years to hit a high of $2,255 last year, says The Boston Globe. This rise has brought the neighborhood in line with rental prices throughout the rest of Boston.

    Over the last several years, plans have been in place to add more than 1,000 new units, initially to drive down those high rent prices so it could attract the budgets of college students and budding professionals. Turns out, these modern waterfront developments are enhancing East Boston's allure as an up-and-coming community that rivals the popularity of the Seaport District next door, which is already well established as the hottest neighborhood in town. The amenities that make the Seaport District so appealing (prime waterfront location, across from downtown, right off the highway, a short T ride to the airport) are all the things that are making the same impression on the East Boston waterfront, points out Boston Magazine.

    Enter: Slip65 at Clippership Wharf

    One of those up and coming waterfront properties in East Boston is called Slip65 at Clippership Wharf. It's slated to be built between 2018 and 2019 and will be completed in two phases. Now, you can get in on the lively and beautiful energy that is Boston Harbor thanks to easy access to the serene Harborwalk area. Slip65 is the trendy place to live, with waterfront views, the latest designs, and every amenity you could want to complement your active lifestyle. It's just a five-minute water taxi ride from the Seaport or Downtown Boston. Not a bad way to travel! No traffic, no congestion, no stress. Other convenient, quick ways to get from here to there:

    • One-minute walk to the Blue Line T Stop. Get to State Street downtown in three minutes.
    • One stop to Logan Airport
    • Half mile to Downtown East Boston. Soon you'll be in the middle of the city's exploding arts and cultural scene from the Downeast Cider House to the landmark Santarpio’s Pizza. There are a number of trendy bars and the latest restaurants to choose from. It all depends on what you're in the mood for.

    Some say you can get the absolute best view of Boston from here. There are many reasons why you should get in on the ground floor for East Boston waterside living. Not only are the prices lower throughout the city, it's just a quick T ride to downtown, containing eclectic restaurants for the foodie in you and boasting a killer view of the Boston skyline, says The Boston Globe. It's no surprise, then, that East Boston is capturing the attention of young professionals, savvy families, and college kids. More and more people are making the migration across the Harbor to the next Seaport District in the making.

    Want to be a part of it? You can.

    Contact Elevated Realty

    Getting in on this amazing opportunity to become a part of this up-and-coming waterfront area is easy. Just get in touch with Elevated Realty at  617-701-6300 or email us at info@elevatedboston.com. Our headquarters is located at 174 Dorchester Street in Boston, MA. We would be happy to discuss the plans for Slip65 with you and book an appointment. Start looking forward to living in luxury marked by jaw-dropping views and convenient access to everything you need!

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