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English: The Gardiner Building, located on the Long Wharf in Boston, Massachusetts, is a brick Colonial style warehouse built in 1763 and rebuilt in 1812. At one time it was used as John Hancock's counting house. Long Wharf was once filled with this kind of building, but this is the only one remaining; it is the wharf's oldest surviving structure. The building was renovated in 1973 by Anderson, Notter, Feingold. It is currently a Chart House seafood restaurant. The Gardiner Building features a slate roof and "six-over-six" windows with shutters. The lintels and sills are granite. (Sources: AIA Guide to Bsoton (2nd ed.) and Boston Harbor Walk)
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Media in category "Gardiner Building"
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- 2005 LongWharf snow Boston 16603940.jpg 640 × 480; 87 KB
- 2008 LongWharf Boston 2561971392.jpg 1,024 × 683; 341 KB
- 2010 LongWharf Boston.jpg 2,272 × 1,704; 3.78 MB
- 2017 Gardiner Building and Custom House Block, Long Wharf, Boston.jpg 4,430 × 1,701; 1.27 MB
- 2017 Gardiner Building, now Chart House restaurant, Long Wharf, Boston.jpg 4,196 × 2,764; 2.23 MB
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- Boston Long Wharf 1.JPG 2,160 × 1,440; 911 KB
- Long Wharf Custom house block.jpg 2,000 × 1,338; 870 KB
- Long Wharf, Central Wharf, and New England Aquarium, Boston, P1000075.JPG 5,472 × 3,648; 9.5 MB