Our goal is to provide you – our friends and colleagues in the brokerage community – with the most up-to-date information on Lovejoy Wharf and this rapidly evolving neighborhood so you can provide your clients with the latest and best information.
Stay in-the-know with our General FAQs, Parking FAQs and the latest news articles and presentation decks on the various public and private improvements underway in Boston’s “oldest new neighborhood.”
Please feel free to check back in regularly and, as always, feel free to contact us with questions on any of the material herein.
Check back for our upcoming open house schedule. However, we are more than happy to schedule a private preview tour for you or for your entire team.
Learn more about Lovejoy Wharf, the neighborhood and the Lovejoy Lifestyle in our Frequently Asked Questions. Also check out our Parking FAQs for additional information on Lovejoy Wharf’s reserved parking with valet service at the front door.
The excitement continues for Lovejoy Wharf residents as rising restaurateur and local favorite Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli will be opening his first restaurant, Alcove, in summer 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.
Learn more about Lovejoy Wharf’s neighborhood history and get the latest on existing and proposed developments in CBT Architect’s New Shape of Boston presentation.
Lovejoy Wharf is excited for its new neighbors coming to the area, including The Hub on Causeway which will contain a brand new movie theater, concert venue, bowling alley, grocery store and hotel, Bulfinch Crossing, and the soon-to-open Courtyard Marriott Boston Downtown North Station. Click the link below to view a map of the major development projects in the neighborhood.
MassDOT is replacing the 117-year-old North Washington Street Bridge, also known as the Charlestown Bridge, with a brand new bridge to the tune of over $150,000,000 that will provide improved pedestrian, cycling, and vehicle navigation.