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Lendlease Brings East Boston’s Clippership Wharf to Full Retail Occupancy

Lendlease announced the full completion and occupancy of retail space at Clippership Wharf, a mixed-use residential development in East Boston. Comprising approximately 8,000 square feet, the ground-floor, waterfront retail is now occupied by three well-known Boston dining establishments: Café Iterum, The Smoke Shop and Mida.

“The addition of three acclaimed eateries further establishes Clippership as a destination for Bostonians while demonstrating our long-term commitment to enhancing the East Boston waterfront,” said Monique Henley, executive general manager of East Coast development at Lendlease.

Developed and constructed by Lendlease, Clippership Wharf occupies a seven-acre site overlooking Boston’s inner harbor and includes 284 rental apartments and 194 residential condominiums. The new eateries complement Clippership’s public amenities, which include a 1,400-foot stretch of the 40-mile Harborwalk, an amphitheater, dog park, and seasonal kayaking and boating activities


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