Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and created by Related Beal, Lovejoy Wharf is a brand-new waterfront luxury condominium property centrally located on Boston’s waterfront between the North End and Beacon Hill. We are pleased to announce an interior design competition in partnership with Boston Magazine, challenging three Boston-based interior designers from the distinguished design network Homepolish, to virtually furnish one of our beautifully-appointed three-bedroom waterfront residences. The winner will have the opportunity to make their design come to life by staging the model unit at Lovejoy Wharf. Read below to meet our designers and check out their visions for the space. VOTE for your favorite. Contestant 1: Desiree Burns “My inspiration for this design was a fusion of . . .
Our Life by Lovejoy series features key figures in our neighborhood and offers an inside look at their businesses, favorite spots in the city, and most importantly, highlights why they love this area. Massimino’s Cucina Italiana has been a neighborhood classic for more than 30 years and serves authentic Italian cuisine just minutes from Lovejoy Wharf. The award-winning, family-owned restaurant hosts wine tasting dinners, private parties, and features a wine cellar offering nearly 70 different bottles. Our Luxury Attaché can arrange for Massimino’s to host and cater dinner parties at Lovejoy Wharf. We sat down with Owner Paul D’Amore to discuss what the neighborhood means to him and his favorite spots in the North End and. Can you describe a . . .
Our Life by Lovejoy series features key figures in our neighborhood and offers an inside look at their businesses, favorite spots in the city, and most importantly, highlights why they love this area. Less than five minutes from Lovejoy Wharf, City Winery is a wine bar, music venue, and an urban oasis all in one. Guests can sample over 80 wines including 20 selections that are produced in-house while enjoying live music and French, Middle Eastern and Spanish-inspired dishes. We sat down with Vice President Greg Kitowicz for a conversation on what this neighborhood means to him and why it is a fit for City Winery. Tell us about City Winery and why you chose to open in this neighborhood? . . .
Lovejoy Wharf’s neighborhood is the top spot to live for those that want to be in the heart of an increasingly dynamic and vibrant location. To complement the residential and commercial developments that have come online in the past few years, new retail, entertainment and sophisticated dining and cocktail options continue to open at our doorstep along the waterfront and abundant green areas. For one, we cannot wait to welcome our new waterfront restaurant, Alcove, which will offer an al fresco dining option unseen before in this area. The recent NAIOP panel, The New Shape of Boston’s Historic Neighborhood, drove this point home by offering a firsthand look at the thriving Lovejoy Wharf live-work-play environment. Related Beal President Kim Sherman . . .
With Resident Rachel Secrist As young professionals working in Boston, Rachel and her boyfriend Kyle wanted a new home that was convenient to work, and in a vibrant area where they could dine at local restaurants, socialize with friends, and spend the weekends outside. From its lively location to unmatched services and amenities, Lovejoy Wharf has proven to be the perfect place to call home. What attracted you to Lovejoy Wharf? Before Lovejoy Wharf, I lived in Beacon Hill and my boyfriend Kyle was in South Boston. We both wanted to stay centrally located in Boston so that we could be close to work, and one of our requirements was to be near the water. We love that Lovejoy Wharf . . .
We are thrilled to be celebrating our first holiday season here at Lovejoy Wharf with our residents. Surrounded by an abundance of local shops that offer bespoke gifts and experiences, there is no shortage of places nearby to find the perfect present for your friends and family.
It was an exciting night at the “Taste of Lovejoy Wharf” event, where we offered an exclusive preview of Lovejoy Wharf’s highly-anticipated new waterfront restaurant, Alcove! Brokers, residents and guests enjoyed light bites and signature cocktails curated by Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli, local restaurateur and mastermind behind Alcove.
The excitement continues for Lovejoy Wharf residents as rising restaurateur and local favorite Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli will be opening his first restaurant, Alcove, in spring of 2018. The Eastern Standard and Island Creek Oyster Bar alum will bring his own vision to Boston’s newest waterfront hotspot and deliver a highly anticipated indoor and outdoor restaurant that will offer dining and drinks in one of Boston’s most memorable settings.
This new concept complements the unparalleled luxury lifestyle that Lovejoy Wharf delivers, from door to door valet to Luxury Attaché services, to unparalleled amenities, and a rooftop sun terrace with sweeping views of the city. Come spring, residents and neighbors alike can indulge in an intimate dining experience with family or an entertaining evening of sophisticated cocktails with friends.
Lovejoy Wharf offers some of the finest luxury living Boston has to offer. But what about those days when you just want to get out of the house or skip town? That is when Lovejoy’s transit-oriented location makes it the ideal jumping off point without having to get caught in city traffic.
In the summer, the beach is a short ride away via the Amtrak Downeaster, which can have you in Ogunquit, Maine in under two hours. The Orange line can drop you at Back Bay in minutes, where you can hop the train to Manhattan, or simply go out for a night of high-end shopping and dining on Newbury Street.
Robert A.M. Stern encapsulates Lovejoy Wharf perfectly when he says, “On this very special gateway site facing Boston’s harbor and the Zakim Bridge, we’ve created a contemporary building rooted in the city’s traditions, one that prioritizes spectacular views.” From the moment you approach the property, you are immediately met by the stunning architectural work of Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
Designed with Boston in mind, the property’s red-brick façade lined with large windows, pays homage to the city’s historic architecture, and as it rises breaks free into a faceted glass curtainwall, giving it a contemporary vibe. You’ll notice a three-story-high limestone-trimmed passageway, which gives way to a breathtaking view of the Bunker Hill Monument across the Charles River, and leads to the property’s wharfside restaurant collection.