Lewis Wharf: Shipping Wharehouse Turned Luxury Condominiums

When you combine luxury living with historical undertones, you get Lewis Wharf Condominiums. While the upscale, modern amenities may fool you, the space was actually built in the 1830s by a group of merchants who owned the fast clipper ships that’d sail all around the world. How’s that for some history?

Nowadays, hundreds of years later, the Wharf has been transformed into 90 luxury residential units, but still keeps some historic flair with its original brick bearing walls and unique past. However, its contemporary touches like beautiful high ceilings, fully-equipped kitchens and Georgia yellow pine beams give each unit a classy vibe. Many of the units even have fireplaces to keep you cozy throughout the cooler months, and add a romantic feel.

When living at Lewis Wharf, you can take advantage of the many amenities such as 24-hour concierge and elevator service, seasonal swimming pool, access to the gorgeous landscaped garden and a rooftop common laundry room with breathtaking views of the city.

Now, you may be wondering about the location. Cushioned between Commercial and Union Wharf on Commercial Street, Lewis Wharf is just a walk away from the famous Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the New England Aquarium and Boston’s very own Little Italy: The North End.

Nearby dining options are endless, including the popular Giacamo’s (Get there early as there’s always a line outside!), Tia’s Restaurant and Bar, and upscale waterfront dining at the Chart House.

With its unbeatable location, you can walk nearly anywhere you need to be, and public transportation couldn’t be any easier with multiple T stations surrounding the property.

If you have any questions about Lewis Wharf or would like to schedule an appointment to tour this property, please visit our website or give us a call at 877-852-6636 to speak with one of Boston Condo Domain’s apartment rental experts.

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