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 rooftop 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!