The Seaport District was once only an industrial area but is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing residential neighborhoods in Boston. Warehouses along the Boston Harbor are quickly being converted into loft-style luxury buildings including some condominiums but many high-end rental buildings such as 100 Pier 4 and 315 on A, which are full of amenities such as roof top pools, fitness facilities, concierge services, and pet services. New construction is at an all time high for the Seaport with huge luxury condominium developments such as Fan Pier’s 50 Liberty and Twenty Two Liberty. The Seaport offers a plethora of restaurants, outdoor music and entertainment. It is home to the Boston Design Center, Institute of Contemporary Art, Lawn on D Street, and several world-class hotels.
Our Favorite Spots and Things To Do:
- Take a tour of the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)
- A cocktail and a sunset on the roof deck of the Envoy Hotel in the summer months will not disappoint.
- Catch an all you can eat sushi night at Empire and enjoy a Scorpion bowl while you're there.
- Visit the new Lolita's location for some nachos and quesadillas and, of course, some cotton candy!