Once a neighborhood full of textile factories and warehouses, the Seaport District has undergone a metamorphosis. The Seaport District is now a lively neighborhood full of residential and office buildings, restaurants, stores, startups and cafes and quickly becoming recognized as Boston’s Innovation District. The Seaport District is ideally located; it sits between the Financial District and South Boston. It is also a short walk to the Waterfront and the North End.
There is no shortage of amenities in this small neighborhood. Residents enjoy the beautiful Boston Harbor views during a walk or run on the Boston Harborwalk, or take advantage of cultural visits to the Institute of Contemporary Art Museum. The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center are also located in the Seaport District, a great concert venue.
A few of the fifty-five restaurants include Legal Harborside, Temezcal, Barking Crab, Sportello, and Drink. Harpoon Brewery sits on the water’s edge and the after-work crowd enjoys one of their many craft beers and warm pretzels in the inviting beer hall.
The Seaport District is a busy, ever-changing neighborhood, and we have specialists at Advisors Living who follow each new development in the area. Contact a specialist today to learn more about the residential market in the Seaport District.