Long abandoned years ago, Lovejoy Wharf has been on a long road to develop into one of Boston’s premier luxury condominium complexes. What was once the Hoffman Building, at 160 North Washington Street, in the Bulfinch Triangle / North Station neighborhood. Is now Lovejoy Wharf.
“At Lovejoy Wharf, we sought to create a unique offering for Boston’s most discerning buyers.”
Related Beal thus created a mixed-use development consisting of two buildings:
160 North Washington Street is was the historic Hoffman Building. It is now a 214,000 square feet of office space housing the headquarters of the Converse footwear company.
100 Lovejoy Wharf, a 157-residence, 15-story, 250,000 square foot luxury condominium building with ground-floor retail space.
The sell out of Condominium sales at 100 Lovejoy Wharf are now underway. An example luxury unit for sale is a 1 bedroom 1 bath 740 square feet for $915,000. Another 1 bedroom 1 bath , 940 square feet is listed at $1,235,000 at publication. Another one bedroom is listed at $1,350,000.
Spaces range from studios to three-bedrooms. Some of the special amenities include:
- a landscaped 12th floor rooftop terrace
- a spacious wharfside health club
- a fitness studio
- a resident lounge
- a waterfront event room
- a distinctive fireside library lounge
- a billiards room
- a business center
- a children’s room
Many condo units feature private outdoor terraces while penthouse residences feature floor-to-ceiling views.
Most units include:
- wide-plank oak wood flooring
- 34-bottle wine coolers by Gaggenau and Kaldewei
- deep-soaking tubs
- Kitchens get custom-designed wood cabinetry with glass insets
- handset stone-tile backsplashes
- state-of-the-art appliances by Gaggenau and Bosch.
And remember the Unencumbered breathtaking views of Boston Harbor, the Charles River, Downtown Boston & Cambridge
100 Lovejoy Wharf will be Boston’s first parking-free condominium development.