Boston Waterfront

It’s no surprise Boston’s waterfront condos are some of the most sought after real estate in all of New England. Stretching from the Navy Yard in Charlestown, across the new Zakim Bridge, into the North End, and down to the Seaport District in South Boston, if seeking to live on the water in Boston, there are many options.

Whether you are looking to dine at a fabulous North End restaurant, sit and enjoy the views from Christopher Columbus Park, stroll through Faneuil Hall, marvel at the exhibits and the New England Aquarium, or enjoy one of the Boston waterfront’s hundreds of attracts, residents and tourists never run out of things to keep them entertained.

The Boston waterfront has experienced incredible development over the past few decades and is currently undergoing some of the most drastic changes Boston has experienced in the past century. With the demolition of the raised Central Artery, the Boston waterfront is no longer separated from downtown Boston. In it’s place is the beautiful Rose Kennedy Greenway, which is near completion, will reunite the waterfront with Faneuil Hall and the Financial District by means of perfectly landscaped streets, plush green parks and finely lain brick walkways. Also near completion is the 104-unit Battery Wharf, located on the waterfront in the North End, and the extremely modern 130-unit Intercontinental, located on the Fort Point Channel. Both projects are a combination of world-class hotels, luxury residences, spas, restaurants, and more. With the other dozen wharfs, that line the waterfront, offering high-rise luxury living, and much more in the pipeline, Boston waterfront real estate is, and will remain, at the top of list as one of the most desirable areas for real estate in the northeast.