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Some of the most amazing luxury homes in Boston can be found at the InterContinental. This premier luxury building, located along the Greenway and straddling the Financial District, has 130 units with brilliant views of the Boston cityscape, the Fort Point Channel or the lovely Boston Harbor waterfront.
It’s modern and elegant lobby area is sure to impress anyone with it’s river rock entryway, stone walls and marble floors. But before entering InterContinental’s lovely main area, guests and residents are always greeted by a friendly doorman at any hour of the day, 24/7. The building features nothing but the best when it comes to full-service. Housekeeping, laundry, valet parking, concierge, room service; the InterContinental has it all.
Now the building is featuring a great unit for sale that is a one-bedroom with study and master bathroom for $895,000. Located on the 18th floor, Unit 18C offers a brilliant view of the city side and Greenway parks. It’s kitchen features custom cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances, making slaving over the hot stove a luxury pass-time. It’s master bathroom has a limestone-lined shower and crème-marble counter with double-sinks; a perfect place to get your every morning started.
The unit also has a washer/dryer combo with built-in pantry shelves, carpeted master bedroom, floor to ceiling windows, double door closet, a small study/den and one deeded garage parking space with valet service.
Written by Diane Giacobbi
Boston is not only filled with universities and students, hospitals and doctors, it is filled with dogs and their humans. Each week I receive at least one inquiry for a sale or rental of a pet friendly property. No longer just a suburban pet, the urban dog is welcome in many places – in certain outdoor patio dining, in private dog parks, and in some designated areas of public places. The services for these pets are innumerable – dog boutiques for accessories and natural food items; doggie day care with transportation; daily walks; overnight vacation services, and in home veterinary calls.
Many condominium buildings along Boston’s Waterfront are pet friendly. As a lover of dogs, I do everything in my power to find a home for my wonderful canine residents and their people.
Here is a current list of some of the pet friendly buildings in the Waterfront:
Intercontinental: Owners and Tenants
Rowes Wharf: Owners only with Management approval
Harbor Towers: Owners only
Commercial Wharf: Owners and Tenants
Lewis Wharf: No Dogs
Mariner: Owners and Tenants
Bulfinch: Owners and Tenants
Union Wharf: Owners only
Lincoln Wharf: No Dogs
Burroughs Wharf: Owners and Tenants with Restriction
Battery Wharf: Owners and Tenants
In part of a 4th of July tradition, the U.S.S. Constitution raised its colors, hoisted its sails and left port from the Charlestown Navy Yard for its annual turnaround. “Old Ironsides” is the oldest vessel still commissioned in the United States Naval fleet.
In the Boston Harbor last Monday, the warship sailed along the Boston Waterfront until it reached Castle Island where its crew conducted a 21-gun salute from its battery of canons before turning around and returning to its home for another year. Here’s a video of this year’s event. Doesn’t get any more patriotic than this… Happy Birthday, America.
Real estate sales on the Boston Waterfront and in the North End were hot, hot, hot, throughout the month of May. Luxury homes and condos are becoming more desirable than ever. Now that summer is in full swing with plenty of barbecues, beach days and Red Sox games ahead, there’s no better time than to find that perfect dream home in Boston. Here are the latest success stories sold along the Boston Waterfront and North End.
50 Battery St. #PH5
A Glamorous waterfront penthouse in the Burroughs Wharf with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathroom at 2,322 sq/ft, was sold by Carmela Laurella, CL Waterfront Properties’ President, at a whopping $2,595,000.
3 Battery Wharf #3506
A spacious south facing duplex home located at the Battery Wharf with 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bath at 1,916 sq/ft, was sold by Carmela Laurella, CL Waterfront Properties’ President, at a generous price tag of $1,662,500.
2 Battery Wharf #2308
Another spacious luxury home located at the Battery Wharf with a huge open floor plan, 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bath at 2,162 sq/ft, was sold by Carmela Laurella, CL Waterfront Properties’ President, at $1,575,000.
85 E. India Row #12H
Also sold along the waterfront by CL Waterfront Properties’ President, Carmela Laurella, is a lovely 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom luxury condo with 876 sq/ft of space at an easy $410,000.
Other luxury homes sold in the last month along the Boston Waterfront are 90 Salem St. #9 luxury condo with 1 bedroom, 1 bath at 635 sq/ft for $318,000.
The luxury studio located in the Intercontinental Wharf at 500 Atlantic #14T with 1 bath at 426 sq/ft for $312,500.
Located in the Commercial Wharf at 328 Commercial St. #3 sold a beautiful 1 bedroom, 1 bath home at 631 sq/ft for $372,500.
At 136 Prince St. #6 a lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath home at 630 sq/ft went off the market for $370,650.
Located in the Harbor Towers at 65 E. India Row #14D was a gorgeous 1 bed, 1 bath condo at 747 sq/ft for $425,000.
Also not to far from the last home is 85 E. India Row #29H, a 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 881 sq/ft condo sold for $505,000.
19 Cooper St. #4. A wonderful 816 sq/ft home with 2 bedroom, 1 bath at $522,000.
And last, but not least, located on the Union Wharf at 343 Commercial St. #101, is the 2,552 sq/ft residential/commercial space at $706,000.
Posted by: Joe Taglieri | Residential Sales
If you want a place to visit and or a place to live, then the fabulous Boston Waterfront has many waterfront condo options to choose from.
There are Hotels and Wharfs ideally situated overlooking the historic Boston Harbor that offer guests everything from world class luxury accommodations, to fabulous on-site dining and wonderful in-room and hotel amenities.
Whether you’re in town for a weekend getaway, a family vacation, or a business meeting, there’s no better place to stay for true luxury and comfort. There is only a hand full of Boston Waterfront Hotels to choose from on the Harbor. All offer a luxurious experience.
– Boston’s Waterfront Hotels & Wharfs –
The Boston Harbor Hotel
Marriott Long Wharf &
Marriott’s Custom House
All the Waterfront Wharfs, Hotels, and Condominiums Overlook Boston Harbor or the sparkling skyline from one of the guest rooms, suites, or residences. Whatever your choice, the Beautiful City Of Boston’s Waterfront awaits you.
Whether for longterm living or just staying a day or two at Boston Waterfront Hotels and Wharfs, you never have to travel far for a great meal! Most offer great on-site fine dining options that provide delicious cuisine in wonderful settings. If that doesn’t work then you can hop, skip or jump no further than the North End of Boston for the best Italian food in New England (and possibly the country), the best pizza, bakeries, cafes and sandwiches, all within a short distance from each other. Stroll off the beaten path of Hanover Street and onto the side streets to find even more great Italian restaurants, cafes and bakeries.
You won’t find dining, beautiful old churches, or historical sites like this so close at any other hotels in Boston so, ‘When In Boston, Do like Bostonians do’; Eat, Pray & Love.
The Boston Waterfront is the ideal place to live, located within walking distance to Boston’s financial and business district, with many Luxury Residences that offer panoramic Waterfront Harbor views.
The Boston Waterfront Hotels are fabulous places to stay for a weekend getaway, long term retirement, family vacation or your next big home investment. Boston’s Waterfront hotels also offer everything you need for a fabulous stay in Boston. Guests will enjoy luxury accommodations, wonderful amenities and impeccable service. There is no other waterfront locations that can compare to this part of the city.
If you need expert help finding a long-term or short-term place in Boston, feel free to give me a call. I’m sure I can point you in the right direction!
Posted By: Carmela Laurella
Real estate tends to run inverse to both interest rates and availability of credit.
With today’s mortgage rates at historic lows and following a correction of historical magnitude, at this point in time, I would suggest that real estate represents a fair value.
I would further suggest that with both mortgage rates and prices down, that investing in a new home is as affordable as it’s ever been in the U.S.
One final thought would be that the primary footpath of Boston’s Waterfront is basically built. They won’t be making any more and there is scarcity value in that alone…
CL Waterfront Properties has the market expertise to help you find the perfect new luxury home in Boston; whether you want to live in one of the full service Boston Waterfront buildings, or a luxury home in Back Bay or Bay Village, we can help find a home to fit your lifestyle.
Posted By: Stacey Zukowski
Tequila Tuesdays at The Intercontinental. The outside bar and lounge area at The Intercontinental had their annual summer launch party. It is “THE” place to hang with friends and enjoy outdoor dining, drinking and music. Tuesday nights are great with Tequila Tuesdays. Sushi Teq has their bar outside and has samba dancers dancing around the patio and watch out… or they might grab you to get up and give it a whirl. The backyard at The Intercontinental is not only great for adults but for kids as well. All of the younger residents in the building ride their bikes, play soccer and hockey and set up regular weekly dodgeball and kickball games. It is a fantastic place to live for families of any age.
Being a resident, I know first hand how great the building is. There is a huge sense of community and the staff will bend over backwards to accommodate your every need. We also cannot forget the spa. It is so luxurious and you can relax in the sauna/steam before or after your treatments. There is also a great health club and indoor pool. Rumbar in the lobby is also the place to be to watch your favorite local sports team…not to mention, most of them frequent the place and you might be so lucky as to have a drink or two with them. I recommend the “Rumbullion”.
Did I mention the 15% discount on all food and services you receive as a resident?