On The Waterfront, Out Of The Ordinary
Introducing Boston’s premier mixed-use development for restaurants and retail. Anchored by the Battery Wharf Hotel, where the North End meets the Harbor, this trio of upscale commercial spaces blends the neighborhood’s old world authenticity with the modern appeal of outdoor promenades and one-of-a-kind views. In addition to the vibrant North End, soon, the property’s water taxi station will provide a direct link to the $1.6 billion Wynn Everett Resort Casino development in addition to all of the other Boston waterfront attractions.
A Beacon of Urban Style
A proud member of Leading Hotels Worldwide, and a beacon of luxury woven seamlessly into the fabric of Boston’s oldest neighborhood, the Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront is the centerpiece of Battery Wharf. Paying homage to its storied history, this elegant 150-room luxury hotel echoes its singular surroundings with thoughtful touches, including the Maritime Museum, “Coast Guard View” guest rooms overlooking the neighboring U.S. Coast Guard Base, and a culinary point of view anchored in New England tradition.
Boston’s Best Waterfront Living
The Residences at Battery Wharf is among the finest residential condominium complexes in Boston. This fully subscribed, luxury development of 103 homes captures urban waterfront living at its best.
Just Steps From Boston’s Best Spa
Voted the Best Day Spa in Boston by the readers of Boston magazine, Exhale is an oasis of tranquility in the bustling Boston Harbor neighborhood. This 13,000-square-foot light-filled retreat is the go-to spa for local residents, hotel guests and the nearly two million people who live and work within a 10-minute radius.
Three commercial spaces at Battery Wharf are currently available for restaurant and retail tenancy. Ranging in size from approximately 2,471 square feet to 7,112 square feet, these prime spots offer sought-after street level access on Commercial Street and/or stunning views overlooking the harbor. All offer convenient valet parking and self-parking.
Street Level Floorplan
7,112 Sq Ft.
Second Level Floorplan
5,813 Sq Ft.
Street Level Floorplan
2,471 Sq Ft.
Where The North End Meets The Harbor
Battery Wharf is located in one of Boston’s most beloved neighborhoods, the bustling and historic North End. Tenants will enjoy a relationship with the well-established customer base at Battery Wharf, as well as the thousands of visitors who are drawn to the area. The North End is a preferred destination for leisure and business travelers who flock to its multitude of wonderful restaurants, waterfront festivals, and must-see historic sites, such as the Freedom Trail and the Old North Church.
• Valet parking available
• Waterfront patios for outdoor seating
• 103 luxury condominiums above the street retail
Where Location is Key
• The 150-room Battery Wharf Hotel
• The pedestrian-friendly HarborWalk
• Exhale, the 13,000 SF Day Spa voted the best by readers of Boston Magazine
• Boston’s historic North End
• The Financial District
• The Freedom Trail
• Faneuil Hall Marketplace
• TD Garden
|1 MILE||10 MINUTES||20 MINUTES|
|Average HH income||$110,101||$87,041||$97,007|
|Population with Bachelor’s Degree+||57,5%||46,2%||46%|
|Daytime Demographics ( Total Employees)||194,973||940,711||1,530,533|
Loved By Visitors, Beloved By Locals
Massachusetts’ capital city, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and the North End neighborhood – settled in the 1630s – its oldest residential community. Though compact, the North End is a treasure trove of historical sites including the Old North Church, Paul Revere House and the North Square, the center of 17th century community life. Bostonians and visitors gravitate toward nearby Hanover Street, one of the oldest streets in Boston, to enjoy dining in the area’s dozens of Italian restaurants and pastry shops.
Chart Your Course To The Wharf
Three Battery Wharf
Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Attractions & Recreation
So Much To See And Do In Boston
No visit to Boston is complete without walking at least part of the Freedom Trail, the 2-1/2 mile pedestrian walkway that traces a path from Boston Common through Faneuil Hall to the USS Constitution. Its 16 spots help preserve and showcase the American Revolution.
The epicenter of HarborWalk, Battery Wharf is one of the 50-mile walk’s most popular segments. Just five years old, it draws tens of thousands of locals and visitors to its breezy promenades to experience spectacular harbor views, explore the Maritime Museum, enjoy an urban campfire at the Battery Wharf Hotel, take a sunset harbor cruise and attend festivals, concerts and impromptu celebrations.
Boston-based National Retail Real Estate Firm
With its history going back over 40 years, The Wilder Companies has always been and continues to be privately held and owner-managed.
Since its inception the Company has developed, managed, and leased over 20 million square feet of retail properties throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Our experience includes specialty centers, mixed-use developments, community centers, urban properties, and regional and super regional malls.