Built in the 1800s, Lewis Wharf originally served as a granite warehouse on the Boston Harbor. It was developed and converted into 90 full-service luxury residences in 1973 by Carl Koch & Associates. The renovations preserved the traditional architecture of Lewis Wharf while incorporating modern design elements. As a result, the condos are truly unique and one-of-a-kind places to live. While condo owners have updated features as needed, they have kept the Lewis Wharf charm by working with designers to incorporate modern touches that complement the original details.
Within the home, high ceilings, exposed brick and beams, and wood-buring fireplaces are the staples of the original charm of Lewis Wharf. Finished hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances bring out the modernity of the condo. Private balconies connected to the living space offer a place to enjoy the waterfront views. For more outdoor space, below by the wharf is a landscaped garden and outdoor pool. Lewis Wharf is also connected to the HarborWalk, so you can easily enjoy long strolls along the Boston Harbor.
Within walking distance are the North End, historic Faneuil Hall, and Christopher Columbus Park. Nearby T and bus stops at Government Center and Hay Market gives you the opportunity to commute to other neighborhoods of Boston very easily. There is also on-site parking available.