Celebrated for its picturesque harbor views, historic charm, and laidback seafood scene, there’s a reason Boston’s waterfront is the hottest place to be right now. That’s why LoveJoy Wharf is offering residents the chance to take advantage of coastal living with their luxe urban residences. If you’ve been bitten by the seafaring bug, follow our guide to Boston’s vibrant neighborhood.
Centrally located on the waterfront at the nexus of Charles River and Boston Harbor, Lovejoy Wharf matches their coveted vistas and elegant units with unparalleled amenities. Residents are treated like royalty, thanks to the building’s top-notch services, including door-to-door valet parking, a 24-hour concierge and doorman, a Luxury Attaché service for booking dinner reservations or snagging tickets to the hottest shows, catering and event planning packages, interior design consultations, personal shopping, and more. All residents need to worry about is practicing the art of relaxation on a daily basis—because, who doesn’t want to live like they’re on vacation? 100 Lovejoy Wharf, 617-657-1000
Best for a late night bite or casual drink with friends, this cozy gastropub thrives off its cool neighborhood crowd. Only a stone’s throw away from the harbor (and a short walk from The Garden), thirsty city dwellers flock to Ward 8 for its rustic chic atmosphere, and stay for the addictive Negronis. 90 N. Washington St., 617-823-4478
For brag-worthy oysters and sleek alfresco dining, venture to this alleyway resto that boasts a spacious outdoor patio complete with firepits, an extensive wine menu, and Italian-inspired seafood. With decadent dishes like their Maine Peekytoe crab cake, grilled swordfish, and truffle crusted tuna, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this summer. 3 Mechanic St., 617-723-6273
Battery Wharf Hotel’s award-winning sanctuary is the ideal place to seek peace after a long day exploring the harbor. Whether you’re in the mood for acupuncture, a body scrub, or morning yoga, there’s no better place to take a moment to breathe than by the waterfront. 3 Battery Wharf, 617-994-9000
Where to Shop: Beacon Hill
While famed for its historic and charming brownstones, the cobblestone-clad neighborhood of Beacon Hill is also home to a number of must-visit boutiques. From high-end denim to luxe home décor, locals will find everything they need on Charles Street for the ultimate shopping spree. After an afternoon of browsing, Bostonians can quickly retreat to the nearby riverfront to soak in scenic views of their favorite city.
A captivating escape from the bustling streets of Boston, Paul Revere Park is what scenic, city living dreams are made of. With a private run for pooches, public artwork, and inspiring views of Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge, it’s hard to say no to this green space on a sunny afternoon. Constitution Road, Charlestown
For more information on availabilities, amenities and more, contact LoveJoy Wharf by visiting lovejoyboston.com/contact. 100 Lovejoy Wharf, Boston, 617-657-1000