A Day in the Life: Following a Waterfront Square Resident’s Daily Routine

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Morning Rituals by the Sea

It’s 6 a.m. on a busy weekday morning as Amy, a young professional who works downtown, wakes up in her sleek apartment on the 14th floor of one of Waterfront Square’s recently opened residential towers. She enjoys watching the sunrise cast golden hues over Revere Beach before starting her morning routine, appreciating living right next to the ocean.

After getting ready for the day, Amy begins her morning on the balcony with a hot cup of coffee in hand, looking out over the iconic Revere Beach. Seabirds soar by her high-rise waterfront condo perched high above the public beach. The awakening sounds of joggers’ footsteps along the oceanside path mix with the salty ocean breeze rolling off the deep blue waters of Massachusetts Bay. Amy breathes in the fresh seaside air and takes a moment to soak in the magnificent sweeping views of sand and surf before gearing up for work downtown.

Pet Care and Community Connections

After enjoying breakfast on her balcony, Amy heads down to the lobby through the high-speed elevator to drop off her energetic young terrier mix at the Waterfront Square pet center for daycare. The friendly concierge greets Amy by name, asking her about the new finance job as she checks in the bubbly pup. Leaving her pet in very capable hands for a day of play, Amy chats with the concierge about the new small plates restaurant along the waterfront they both want to try soon.

Amy then hops on the community shuttle van parked out front by the towers heading to the subway station just a short half mile away. During her 5-minute shuttle ride, Amy chats more with her neighbors also headed to work at downtown offices about their meal kit delivery service and weekend plans. The community shuttle makes frequent trips not only to the T station but also around to popular local destinations like the shops and restaurants lining the Revere Beach Parkway along the coast.

Commuting Into the City

After being dropped off, Amy picks up her coffee order from the trendy beach-themed café near the subway stop. At the station, she taps her Charlie Card loaded with an unlimited monthly subway pass, an indispensable staple for her new car-free urban lifestyle. Boarding the Blue Line train, Amy settles into a seat by the window as the rapid transit whooshes her underneath the Boston Harbor towards her office as she gazes at the shimmering waters out the scratched Plexiglass.

Community Events and Nightcap by the Marina

During her lunch break downtown, Amy checks the custom resident app on her phone to browse community events coming up that week at Waterfront Square. She RSVPs for “Wine Down Wednesdays” at the sleek rooftop lounge later in the week after work for a chance to unwind. Amy also pre-registers for restorative weekend yoga sessions on the roof deck overlooking the glittering ocean at sunset, feeling inspired to relax mind and body.

Leaving her finance job office later as dusk settles over Boston, Amy decides to take the scenic route back aboard the water taxi from bustling Long Wharf. The 30-minute harbor cruise takes her along the downtown waterfront with picture-postcard views of the city skyline before docking at the private Waterfront Square marina. Grabbing a light dinner with some of her neighbors at one of the excellent coastal restaurants, Amy heads back up to her coastal home to enjoy the rest of her night.

Before falling asleep as the soft sea breeze still drifts in through the cracked windows, Amy makes plans to meet up that weekend with a few Waterfront Square residents she befriended at the amazing community pool. As she gazes out at the twinkling city lights across the dark waters of the harbor, Amy feels grateful to not just live steps from the ocean, but also be part of such a vibrant seaside community at Revere’s Waterfront Square.