The main condominium complexes in the Navy Yard are
The Basilica, 106 Thirteenth Street
Constellation Wharf, Ninth Street
Flagship Wharf, 197 Eighth Street
The Nautica, 65 Chelsea Street
Parris Landing, 42 Eighth Street
Row Houses, First Avenue
Shipway Place, First Avenue & Thirteenth Street
The Starboard, First Avenue
Among the rental buildings are
The Anchorage, 103 First Avenue
Building 104, 104 First Avenue
Harborview, 250 First Avenue
Navy Yard 33, 33 3rd Avenue
Boston National Historical Park
One of 412 units of the National Park System, the Boston National Historical Park includes Charlestown Navy Yard, Bunker Hill Monument, and sites on the Freedom Trail.
U. S. Navy
USS Constitution was built in 1797 and remains a commissioned naval ship berthed in Charlestown Navy Yard. Currently it is in dry dock for extensive repairs, but open for tours; it is expected to be relaunched in late 2017.
Located next to USS Constitution, it is an independent nonprofit organization operating programs and maintaining exhibits related to “Old Ironsides.”
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)
MGH facilities consist of more than eight buildings, including the MGH Institute of Health Professions. Building 149 on 13th Street is a large research center. MGH operates a public garage on 5th Avenue.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
One of the newest buildings in the Navy Yard, Spaulding opened in 2013. Located at Yard’s End, it was designed for long-term sustainability including sea level rise.
A continuous path along Boston’s waterfront begun in 1984 by city and state agencies and The Boston Harbor Association will connect Dorchester to East Boston. The Charlestown boardwalk section is owned by a handful of owners. A new friends group has been formed to support HarborWalk and offer tours.
Retail and Commercial Neighbors
Many small businesses, both retail and commercial, are flourishing in the Navy Yard. The Friends of Charlestown Navy Yard encourages residents to support local businesses.