Lincoln Wharf

Lincoln Wharf is a 191-unit condominium on the waterfront in Boston’s historic North End. The wharf itself, originally named Lincoln’s Wharf, dates back to the late 1700s. It is next to Battery Wharf, from which British soldiers rowed across Boston Harbor to Charlestown on 17 June 1775 to fight the Battle of Bunker Hill. Adjacent to Battery Wharf is the Boston Coast Guard Station. Here, the USS Constitution was built at what was then Edmund Hartt’s shipyard. Launched on 21 October 1797, the ship led a U.S. squadron that conquered Tripoli, putting a halt to the Barbary pirates nefarious attacks on American merchant ships and enslavement of American sailors. The ship won the nickname ??Old Ironsides in a battle in the War of 1812. The three-masted frigate, the world’s oldest commissioned naval warship afloat, is based at the Charlestown Navy Yard. Residents of Lincoln Wharf are treated to a thrilling sight as this beautifully maintained U.S. Navy ship — a ship that never lost a battle — is sailed past the building every Fourth of July and on other holidays.  More details on Lincoln Wharf Condos coming soon. Tags: Lincoln Wharf, Lincoln Wharf Condo, Lincoln Wharf Lofts, Luxury Condos, Luxury Lofts, Boston Condo, Boston Real Estate, North End Condo, Waterfront Lofts

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