5
April
2017

2017 Boston Waterfront Marinas

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It is that time of year again for good weather, boating and enjoying Boston’s Waterfront.   Many of our clients ask for information regarding the neighborhood marinas.   Slips are going fast so reserve your boat slip today!

Here are some of our suggested Marinas on Boston’s Waterfront:

Union Wharf Marina on Boston's Waterfront

Union Wharf Marina
Dan Flaherty – 617.742.1647
Seasonal Dockage (May 1 – Oct 31, 2016)
$180/Foot for sponsored guests
Contact Onsite Management Office for Daily/Weekend/Weekly/Monthly Dockage for rates and availability.

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Lewis Wharf Marina

Lewis Wharf Marina
Raleigh Eastwick – 617.523.2313
Seasonal Dockage (May 1 – Oct 31, 2016)
Completely full now. Marina renters usually have use of the pool and pay the following:
$200/Foot up to 35 Feet
Water and electric are included

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Burroughs Wharf Marina on Boston Waterfront

Burroughs Wharf Marina
Jim Richards – 617.523.8188
Contact Jim for more information for sale/for rent
There is an annual charge of $1,000.00 for a deeded slip

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Rowes Wharf Marina on Boston's Waterfront

Rowes Wharf Marina
Jimmy Pisco – 617.748.5013
One slip will fit a 52’ yacht
The other slips hold boats in 40’ and smaller
$225.00/Foot + electric

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Constellation Wharf Marina on Boston's Waterfront

Constellation Wharf Marina
617.242.2020
Slips can hold boats 25’-70’
Seasonal Dockage (May 1 – Oct 31, 2016)
$185 regular slip
$225 prime slip
$205 T-Head slip
Electricity metered with credit card.

Water, wifi, and access to bathrooms.
Parking is an additional fee

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If you need help finding a Boston Waterfront home, please contact CL Waterfront Properties, LLC and one of our experienced agents will help you find the perfect fit!

24
March
2017

39 Commercial Wharf East #4 // SOLD

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39-4 Commercial Wharf (6 of 8)

39 Commercial Wharf East #4 SOLD for $1.15M. 2 Bed | 2 Bath in original condition. Representing one of the highest numbers achieved for the complex. That’s a price per sq/ft of $865! We congratulate both buyer and seller.

16
February
2017

New Listing – 306 Burroughs Wharf, Boston, MA 02109

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Come see this stunning reconstruction of a residence located one in from the “nose” at Burroughs Wharf. Re-developed floor plan offers open Chef’s kitchen and pristine finishes including quartz countertops, high-end appliances, custom cabinetry w/matching bar. Contact Carmela and her team today for a showing!

31
January
2017

New Listing: 500 Atlantic Ave., #21L, Boston, MA 02110

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Spacious two bedroom, two bath home at the prestigious Intercontinental with many upgrades and custom features. Open living room with custom gas fireplace, beautiful stonework and built-in bookcases. Gourmet kitchen that has been opened features custom cabinets, high-end appliances, wine fridge and large breakfast bar. This home is equipped with surround sound and boasts soaring ceilings with tasteful crown moldings. Master bedroom features large walk-in closet and spacious en-suite bathroom. Excellent storage, washer/dryer and garage parking complete this tastefully renovated home. Intercontinental is one of Boston’s premier full-service buildings featuring 24-hour concierge, doorman, 2,500 square foot indoor swimming pool, restaurants, Spa and Fitness Center. This dynamic location is steps to the best dining in The Seaport District, Waterfront & North End and all major transportation points.

 

http://www.clproperties.com/prop/500-atlantic-avenue-21l-boston-ma-02110-72113805

25
January
2017

Explore Boston’s North End!

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North End View

 

History runs deep throughout Boston, and especially in The North End. One step onto Hanover street or a loop around The Waterfront and you will find that you have entered a world enriched with culture, tradition, spirit, and family. However, no one can disagree that a major draw of this community are the spectacular restaurants and eateries alike. Whether you are at an open house or gearing up for a private showing at any of the luxurious properties we have to offer, be sure to check out The Boston Globe’s “Where To Eat and What to Order in Boston’s North End” article, linked HERE, for recommendations on the best spots to sit, eat, and enjoy.

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