Now one of the most exclusive addresses in Boston, the Waterfront is a place where the old and new come together. Situated at the edge of the Boston Harbor, the Waterfront was originally known for the wharves and warehouses that served the maritime trade. It has evolved into a residential neighborhood unlike any other in the city. Most of the homes are situated on and around the various wharfs, allowing residents to live right on the water. Warehouses, once used for maritime business, have been converted into brick-and-beam condominiums. The neighborhood offers a number of full-service new-construction options with expansive views of the harbor. Abutting the North End and Faneuil Hall, the Waterfront is within arms reach of a lively shopping district and plenty of restaurants.