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