OpSail Boston 2012 Coming To Our Harbor Soon

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Tall Ships Coming To Boston Waterfront To Celebrate And Educate

Tall Ships Coming Back To Boston Summer 2012

Tall Ships Coming To Boston Summer 2012

Operation Sail, Inc. (OpSail), a national non-profit organization, will be bringing tall ships to Boston this summer! This summer’s festivities will be a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 and the Star Spangled Banner. The ships will sail into Boston on June 30th and depart from Boston on July 5th.

When asked about this summer’s activities, Jose Fuentes, Chairman of Operation Sail, Inc. said, “Partnership with U.S. Navy in this magnificent international Waterfront spectacle in Boston will showcase the character-building aspects of sail training and why it is so important to preserve our maritime heritage”.

The two primary locations for the ships will be Fish Pier, located in the Seaport District, and the Charlestown Navy Yard. As these boats sail along Boston’s Harbor, various activities will be held along the Boston Harborwalk.

Aside from Fish Pier and the Navy Yard, the best locations for viewing the tall ships will be Battery Wharf, Burroughs Wharf, Commercial Wharf, Lewis Wharf, Lincoln Wharf, and Union Wharf.

For any questions regarding the OpSail tall ships program or Boston’s Waterfront Wharfs, contact CL Waterfront Properties today!


Channel 5’s Chronicle Features “Recycled” Buildings – Including Lincoln Wharf

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Boston's Lincoln Wharf

Boston's Lincoln Wharf

Lincoln Wharf, one of Boston’s premier luxury buildings, on TV!

When Channel 5 News decided to do a feature segment on Boston’s many “recycled” properties, buildings which have been converted from their original use rather than demolished to make way for new construction, Lincoln Wharf was an obvious choice. Built in 1901 at 357 Commercial Street in Boston to house the MTA’s generators, the building was redeveloped in 1987 to preserve the historic space and provide a unique setting for some of the city’s finest Waterfront luxury condos.

CL Waterfront Properties sold 12 listings in Lincoln Wharf last year, and has two under contract at present.

We also are proud to offer unit #405, a stunning 2 bedroom condo with large, arched windows and a renovated kitchen with a breakfast bar. Lincoln Wharf is home to some of Boston’s finest Waterfront luxury condos, and unit #405 at Lincoln Wharf is a fantastic example.

Chronicle’s feature on ‘recycled spaces’ airs Friday, March 30th at 7:30pm.

Contact CL Waterfront Properties to learn more and schedule a showing of unit #405!

357 Commercial Street, Unit #405 Boston Lincoln Wharf Condo

Live in this Luxury 2 Bedroom Condo at Lincoln Wharf!


Condo Sales Climbing in Boston; October Sales Numbers

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Boston.com recently reported that Boston’s downtown condominium market rose by more than 22 percent in the third quarter as home buyers gained confidence in the city’s core residential areas according to data released by the Listing Information Network, a company that tracks the downtown real estate market.  Sales along the Boston Waterfront are also rising!

Harbor Towers Luxury Condo recently sold by CL Waterfront Properties LLC

Harbor Towers Luxury Condo recently sold by CL Waterfront Properties, LLC

Condo sales in the Waterfront/North End continued to strengthen in October, as 15 properties closed with a total sales volume of $15,184,000.  The average sale price for the month was $1,084,000, which is considerably higher than October 2010 when the average sale price was only $767,000.

CL Waterfront represented six of these October sales and $6.199M volume.  CL Waterfront closed deals at Lincoln Wharf, Harbor Towers, Burrough’s Wharf and 2 sales at Union Wharf.

Year to date, CL Waterfront continues to be the Waterfront’s top brokerage; having closed more than $52M on 50 transactions.  Since opening in the winter of 2010, CL Waterfront has already sold more than $100M in real estate.

If you need help selling your Boston Condo, contact CL Waterfront today.

Read the Full Boston.com article here