Year Built1901; converted 1987; major renovations 2008
Residences192 residences, 1–4 bedrooms, 671–1,864 sf; singles, duplexes and triplexes
Featurescentral air, club room/lounge, concierge/doorman, elevator (common/direct access), extra storage, fitness center/room, harbor views, laundry facilities, on-site professional management, pet-friendly (with restrictions), private balconies/terraces/decks, rental parking (garage/outdoor), security,
Lincoln Wharf, a 10 story, brick and stone building, is situated on the primary footpath of Boston’s North End waterfront between Battery Wharf and Union Wharf and adjacent to Burroughs Wharf. It dates back to the 1700s and was converted to a residential building in the early 1980s by the MBTA, becoming the nation’s first residential condo conversion of a power plant. This historical brick building was remodeled again in 2008 and has a variety of floor plans for one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums. Some units have been updated extensively, boast exceptional views of Boston’s harbor and skyline and have a private balcony. Amenities include a concierge, fitness center, lushly landscaped garden/grounds. The location provides easy access to public transportation, major highways, restaurants and shopping in the historic North End and it’s steps from downtown Boston, the up and coming Seaport area and all of the waterfront attractions.