This past Monday, July 6th at 2pm the Battery Wharf Residences celebrated an Unveiling of the newest extension of Boston’s HarborWalk and Boston Maritime Museum. The grand opening celebration of the $372 million Battery Wharf redevelopment took place along it’s North End waterfront and as the speeches took place, the sun was shining, boats sailed by, and even a visitor or two to the Battery Wharf hotel was dropped off via the Water Taxi. It was a beautiful setting for a gorgeous new development in Boston.
The latest extensions to the Boston HarborWalk and the Boston Maritime Museum now provide tourists and Boston area residents alike the now more public access along Boston’s scenic waterfront. The entire Battery Wharf redevelopment included a 150 room Fairmont Battery Wharf hotel, 103 luxury Boston condos, water taxi station, newly created public spaces consisting of 1,200 ft section of HarborWalk, 1,000 sq ft Boston Maritime Museum, and a 24-hr observation deck. The Boston Maritime Museum is a free and open to the public, retelling the rich history of Massachusetts Bay, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the history of Battery Wharf from colonial times to present.
Mayor Thomas M. Menino, Vivien Li, Executive Director, the Boston Harbor Association, Matthew Sterne, General Manager, Fairmont Battery Wharf Hotel, Kevin McCarthy Managing Principal & President PNC Realty Advisors Inc., and Michael A. Gacksetter, General Manager, Battery Wharf all spoke about the excitement surrounding this Battery Wharf redevelopment and the vast improvement it has made to Boston’s waterfront.
Take a look at the video footage taken from this event and see parts of the speeches on the Battery Wharf additions. Just don’t make fun of my sunglasses
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