Year Built1869; converted 1973
Residences95 residences, 1 - 3 bedrooms, 600-1,990 sf
Featurescentral air, concierge/doorman, elevator (common/direct access), harbor views, laundry facilities, on-site professional management, outdoor pool, pet-friendly (with restrictions), private balconies/terraces/decks, security,
Lewis Wharf is a charming, six-story brick and stone building on Boston’s waterfront. Originally built in the 1830s as a home to clipper ships, the building was converted to condominiums in 1972. The 90 residences located on the top four floors are distinguished with high ceilings, original exposed brick walls and pine beams, and many offer private balconies and exceptional water views. The first two levels consist of 41 commercial spaces. Residents benefit from amenities including a concierge, seasonal outdoor pool, beautifully landscaped gardens, a common roof top, and secure reserved parking (rental). Situated between Commercial and Union Wharfs, Lewis Wharf is conveniently located minutes from the historic and culturally rich North End with its many restaurants, cafes and boutiques, as well Boston’s HarborWalk attractions, the Financial District, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall. The T is a short walk, making the lifestyle here very easy and accessible.