The Seaport District, once on track to fall into obscurity, is now one of the hottest neighborhoods in the City. Thanks to investments by the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the community is attracting many affluent young professionals who love the area’s burgeoning restaurant scene and globally renowned attractions, with new additions constantly being introduced. As in much of the City, the contemporary scene blends seamlessly with vintage spots such as the Boston Fish Pier, home to the No-Name Restaurant, a legendary mainstay for some of the freshest seafood in Boston. The MBTA Silver line services the Seaport area but public transportation is somewhat scarce, with many choosing to walk and bike. Commuting options include easy access to the Central Artery and Logan Airport.
Real Estate in Seaport
The Seaport boasts many of the newest apartment and condo buildings in Boston, with much more on the horizon including plans for Seaport Square which would introduce over 7 million square feet of housing, theaters, parks and more.