Seaport District


Boston Seaport District Real Estate

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About Seaport District

Boston's Seaport District only a few years ago now consisted primarily of wharves and parking lots. Slated for massive development before the 2008-2010 recession hit, that promise is being realized. It has been totally transformed into a bustling neighborhood full of luxury full-service condo buildings, great shopping and restaurants, along with gleaming office buildings. And you can stroll along the HarborWalk or visit the Institute of contemporary Art (ICA).

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Because of continuing development under way, as well as new city infrastructure and transportation, buying a condo or home here is a great investment move.

Seaport District Attractions

Used to be that the only reason to visit the Boston Seaport District was to eat at few old-school restaurants in the Seaport, like Jimmy's Harborside. Now there are a panoply of great new and innovative restaurants and shopping (see below).

If you're in the mood to get out and enjoy being along the water, take a stroll on the HarborWalk, which lines all of the shores along the Harbor. Or visit the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), whose "visionary building captures the stimulation of contemporary culture and the excitement of a revitalized Boston waterfront."

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For groceries, there is a Trader Joes on Thompson Place. Try Fort Point Market for organic produce and liquors. Try J. Pace and Sons at the Park Lane for Italian specialty items and salumi.

Go to One Boston Place, a collection of two city blocks worth of higher end shopping and restaurants.


There are lots of great restaurants in Boston's Seaport District such as Del Frisco’s, Strega Waterfront, Menton, Sportello, Babbo, Ocean Prime, Committee, and Row 34.


Boston's Seaport District is served by Boston Public Schools.

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Location & Transportation

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Navigating The Seaport District

Boston's Seaport District mass transit includes the MBTA Silver Line, which starts at South Station, has three stops in the Seaport, and ends at Terminal A at Logan Airport. There is also the Red Line at the West Broadway Station at the edge of South Boston. It is very walkable to the Financial District and to the Boston Waterfront neighborhood. It's a very short drive or cab ride to Logan International Airport via I-93 as well as via the Silver Line. It's also very close to the Mass Pike.

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