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Welcome to Seaport District


Welcome to the Seaport District

An emerging community on the cutting edge of Boston’s design scene

Known as the “Innovation District” of the city, the Seaport’s forward-thinking culture is led by a strong community of entrepreneurs and creatives. The neighborhood is home to Boston’s Convention Center, which draws an influx of global thinkers to the area with every conference, and one of its piers is dominated by the Design Center, a collection of luxury interiors showrooms and workshops. The Institute of Contemporary Art / Boston hovers by the harborside, offering locals a steady stream of cutting-edge exhibitions, dance performances, film screenings, and happenings

What to Expect

Innovative eateries and boutiques in newly-built developments

The Seaport has attracted experimental restaurateurs and retailers to the ground floors of freshly-finished condominiums. Boston’s star chef Barbara Lynch has two eateries in the area: Menton, a French-fusion fine-dining restaurant, and Sportello, an upscale Italian spot. Countless more inventive eateries have sprung up in recent years, from Row 34, the sister of Kenmore Square’s popular Island Creek Oyster Bar, to Blue Dragon, Ming Tsai’s popular tapas-style East meets West joint. The local retail scene was launched by the transplant of several Newbury Street purveyors in 2010, paving the way for future commercial traffic.

The Lifestyle

Cosmopolitan living in renovated brick warehouses and new residential towers

Positioned on Boston’s pulse, residents of the Seaport sip wine and discuss art movements from the balconies of new developments, the city skyline a twinkling backdrop. Fresh pints and growlers are filled at the local Harpoon Brewery, and just-caught seafood is brought home right off the dock at the Fish Pier. Those who live in the Seaport are surrounded by the newest developments in culture, fashion, and food, making life in this neighborhood ever-changing and exciting

Unexpected Appeal

Witnessing—and driving—neighborhood growth

Though the Seaport district is quickly developing, residents still need to cross the harbor or scoot over to South Boston for some neighborhood amenities, like the post office

The Market

Brick and beam industrial warehouses converted to condominiums and apartments plus new construction mid-rises with every amenity.

The Seaport is the cutting edge of Boston real estate, with many more buildings on the horizon and parcels left to develop. Homes range from super high-end luxury units along the water’s edge to brand new apartment buildings to lofts with 13’ ceilings and original detail.

You'll Fall In Love With

Days at the museum and shows under the stars

From the ICA’s graffiti art installations and Fort Point’s frequent open studios to sipping lattes from Barrington Coffee or Bee’s Knees Supply Company, residents adore the Seaport’s connection to arts and culture. On summer evenings, world-renowned musicians play under the stars at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Luxury Buildings

With a plethora of luxurious lifestyle options there’s a deal of ultra-luxury developments

Many of these offer amenities such as concierge for ease of access in everyday living. Along with garage or valet parking, on-site dining options, and private resident spaces for exclusive use. You’ll often times find fitness options, outdoor roof decks courtyards, or elevator access throughout

Echelon Seaport

Leading the Charge of New construction in The Seaport is Echelon. A twin rental and condo project, you’re offered unparalleled access to Boston’s Seaport district, South Boston, and nearby financial district. The homes feature wrap-around city and sunset views from your private terrace. Appliances made by Gaggenau will help you feel like a Chef at a Michelin Star restaurant. Amenities are the best in Boston by far. Over 50,000 square feet of Common space, including a roof terrace, three pools, a fitness center, spa, basketball court and golf simulator. Garage parking available. Condo are also available to rent. Inquire for more info.

Pier 4

The condos at Pier 4, with their 106 home community located next to the ICA have 9’ ceilings, with Italian Walnut floors, and kitchens featuring custom-designed cabinetry, and Gaggenau Appliances. Residents are able to enjoy garage parking, on-site fitness center, and plenty of pet-friend amenities like The Dog Spa, an onsite washing room for your pup! Plans are available in 2 bed or 3 bed layouts, with views showing off the harbor and downtown skyline. IF you’re looking for a bite to eat, try Tatte Bakery and Café, modernized Greek fare at GreCo, a farm-to-table dining experience at Woods Hill at Pier 4 or seasonally-inspired dishes that emphasize the shared dining traditions of Asian and Latin cuisine at soon-to-open Nautilus.

St. Regis

Designed by world renowned architect Elkus Manfredi, the luxurious St. Regis will sit on the Boston Waterfront with 112 condos across 22 floors of living and communal space. Currently under construction, many of the homes will feature private outdoor space, Wolf & Subzero appliances, and the ability to customize your kitchen countertops and cabinetry. The 4th floor will be dedicated amenity space, featuring a club lounge, golf simulator, and infinity pool overlooking Boston Harbor. Pre-construction opportunities available.

22 & 50 Liberty

The floor to ceiling design of 22 & 50 Liberty provides an intimate relationship with the harbor and skyline, all from the comfort of your home. Another Elkus Manfredi creation set on Fan Pier, some of Boston’s best real estate are two towers of over 200 residences, amenity and dining space. Homes range from 1 beds up to 3+ in the penthouses, all featuring 10 foot ceilings, dark hardwood floors, with Marble Baths and Glass showers. Dine at some of Boston’s best right outside your door, including Mastros’, Del Frisco’s, Strega Waterfront, Menton, Sportello and Row 34, and many more! The Boston HarborWalk, and Childrens’ museum.

The Muse

The Muse is a historic brick building converted into loft-style condos in Boston’s Fort Point seaport neighborhood. Units are equipped with top of the line kitchens, in-unit laundry, and original wood beams in the ceilings. Nearby is some of Boston’s best dining, such as Oak and Rowan, Sportello, Row 34, and Blue Dragon. Nearby to the Financial District, Waterfront and the heart of The Seaport.