The benefits of living in the hub are boundless, with proximity to just about everything being paramount. Yet these five residential buildings offer amenities that may make you never want to leave home.
Lovejoy Wharf Rooftop Terrace Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Lovejoy Wharf (lovejoyboston.com) pays homage to Boston’s historic architecture with its red-brick facade.
Getting there over land continues to prove difficult, so maybe it’s now time to get to the Seaport by, well, sea.
Ferries are flocking to the Boston waterfront, with several new services expected to start over the next year.
A new ferry service from North Station to the Seaport — funded by some of the Seaport’s biggest employers and run by the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority — could begin by September, the MCCA said.
“Not only do we want to move people and product effectively and efficiently off of our property but as it moves out of our district to make sure that happens as well,” said Fred Peterson, deputy director of the MCCA. “Moving people and product is incredibly important.”
Boston waterfront parks: The 11 best ones, mapped
With warmer weather approaching, residents have convenient access to three of Curbed Boston's best waterfront parks. Paul Revere Park, Langone Park and Boston Harbor Walk are all within 0.3 miles of Lovejoy Wharf.
Architects Go Back to Basics with Brick and Stone Façades.
As glass and steel buildings become increasingly prevalent, cities are looking shinier and more futuristic than ever. And while many architects prefer this ultra-modern aesthetic, a handful are going back to the basics, using handmade brick and textured stone to mirror classic buildings from bygone days.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects gained inspiration from Boston’s traditional red-brick buildings when designing Lovejoy Wharf, a 157-unit condominium complex that overlooks Charles River and the Boston Harbor.
North End / Waterfront Targeted for Hubway Expansion
After years of construction, the North End cycle-track as part of Connect Historic Boston is finally nearing completion. As such, the North End / Waterfront has been identified as a target zone for the Hubway expansion because of its updated roadways, central location and popularity within the city. The project aims to position city bike stations within a 5-minute walk of each other to ensure easy public access.
A new restaurant is coming to Boston's Lovejoy Wharf.
Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli, the nephew of James Beard Award-winning chef and author Chris Schlesinger, announced on Tuesday that he will open Alcove next spring at the waterfront luxury property backed by Related Beal. It would be the first restaurant at the 260,000-square-foot project.
Schlesinger-Guidelli spent years working at his uncle's restaurants — East Coast Grill in Cambridge and The Back Eddy in Westport, Mass. He also worked at Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks, Craigie on Main and served as general manager at Island Creek Oyster Bar in Kenmore Square.
Related Beal President Kimberly Sherman Stamler was recently named to Boston Business Journal's Power 50 List, which recognizes the most powerful business leaders in Boston.
Kimberly's hard work, dedication, and unique vision led to the creation of Robert A.M. Stern designed Lovejoy Wharf, offering a new waterfront living option with unmatched amenities. Under her oversight, Related Beal has transformed what was once a dilapidated section of the waterfront into a completely revitalized portion of the Harborwalk for the public to enjoy.
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Enjoy the next level of service at Lovejoy Wharf on Boston's waterfront
Your new life at Lovejoy Wharf includes a collection of benefits and amenities curated exclusively for you, all on Boston's waterfront. At Lovejoy Wharf, you'll have personal training coordination in the Lovejoy waterfront fitness center; pet grooming services at the dog spa; party planning and coordination in the entertainment lounge; a private outdoor yoga session on the rooftop sun terrace; on-demand bicycle maintenance in the bike storage, and more — all at your fingertips.
The Contender on the Waterfront: Lovejoy Wharf, the condo complex of unprecedented luxury perched between the Charles River and Boston Harbor, looks to be a game-changer.
Most every real estate decision has its trade-offs. You want a natural setting? Then you’ll have to give up city access. Rather opt for the city? Be prepared to lose plenty of square footage – and with it, adequate space for entertaining family living and relaxing.
But one stunning new entry into the condo market is gunning to do away with all such lifestyle sacrifices. The 15-story Lovejoy Wharf (100 Lovejoy Wharf, 617.657.1000, lovejoyboston.com), 157 residences with views of the Zakim Bridge, the Charles and the city skyline, lacks… well, just about nothing, really.