One of Boston’s newest and most rapidly developing communities, the Seaport sits square on the Boston Harbor and boasts some of the best views of the city. A former industrial zone housing little but parking lots, the Seaport, also known as Boston’s “Innovation District,” has continued to grow as many residential, office, hotel and commercial space projects have come to fruition, creating a bustling center of activity. The Seaport is also home to Boston’s impressive waterfront John J. Moakley Federal Courthouse, the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, and the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal, which attract visitors from all over the world creating one of Boston’s most dynamic neighborhoods.
Further game-changing development projects are in the works, including the highly anticipated Seaport Square, which when complete will boast twenty-three acres of mixed-use space including a state of the art movie theater, bowling lanes, a world-class gym, ground-level retail shops, restaurants, and green park space. One cannot overlook, however, the Seaport’s long-standing businesses such as Yankee Lobster, your source for arguably Boston’s best fried fish and chowder, as well as Harpoon Brewery, which has been brewing and distributing its world-class beer in the Seaport for over 25 years. And let's not forget the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, arguably Boston's best venue to take in a live show, entertaining crowds since 1994.
Due to its young and emerging status, Boston’s Seaport attracts residents looking for move-in ready, modern spaces with built-in amenities and the convenience to Boston’s Financial District and Downtown. The Seaport is a neighborhood to watch as it further expands and attracts new residents who will be at the forefront of crafting its true identity and culture moving forward.