Positioned on Boston’s pulse, residents of the Seaport sip wine and discuss art movements from the balconies of new developments, the city skyline a twinkling backdrop. Fresh pints and growlers are filled at the local Harpoon Brewery, and just-caught seafood is brought home right off the dock at the Fish Pier. Those who live in the Seaport are surrounded by the newest developments in culture, fashion, and food, making life in this neighborhood ever-changing and exciting.
Several start-ups are headquartered in the Seaport, leading many of their employees to nest nearby. The quick commute to Downtown draws professionals working in the Financial District and at the city’s many universities, while artists are attracted to the studio community housed within Fort Point warehouse space. The Seaport is adorned with pocket parks and playgrounds, and has the Boston Children’s Museum at its front door, making the neighborhood a favorite haunt of young families.
The Seaport is the cutting edge of Boston real estate, with many more buildings on the horizon and parcels left to develop. Homes range from super high-end luxury units along the water’s edge to brand new apartment buildings to lofts with 13’ ceilings and original detail.
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