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Until recently, the Seaport District mainly consisted of parking and fantastic seafood restaurants. Now, modern high-rise residential, commercial, and hotel properties are creating an exciting up-and-coming neighborhood. Learn more about Seaport District real estate below.

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About Seaport District

Over the past decade, The Seaport District has seen millions of square feet of new construction and billions of dollars invested into projects such as Fan Pier 22 Liberty and 50 Liberty, as well as FP3 and Pier 4, among others. With this great potential and a location adjacent to the Financial District, South Station, and two major highways, Seaport District real estate is ideal for those looking for excitement, convenience, and value.

As you can see from the listings above, the vast majority of homes for sale in The Seaport District are stunningly beautiful condos. Because the residential development in the neighborhood only began in last decade, the interiors of these condos are very modern and will most likely not be in dire need of repairs or renovations any time soon. The Seaports District condos and lofts can also make for great investment properties, as the neighborhood continues to grow and see its value increase.

The combination of historic beauty and youthful vibrancy of The Seaport District is attracting residents of all ages and demographics. Young professionals, in particular, are thriving in this community. It's truly incredible to see how the century-old warehouses that once stood on this former industrial area have been converted into some of the most gorgeous and upscale high-rise condo buildings in Boston.

Commercial real estate efforts have come a long way in the Seaport District as well. There are now close to a dozen hotels and a hundred restaurants in the neighborhood, with more businesses looking to occupy the increasing number of commercial spaces that are opening up. Several retailers have also moved into the community and sports apparel giant Reebok even moved its headquarters into the area.

Living in Seaport District

Because The Seaport District is located on the South Boston waterfront, residents living here can enjoy fantastic views of the harbor and take a waterfront stroll along the Harborwalk. In fact, this is a great way to discover the amenities and things to do in The Seaport District.

You can't miss the famous Institute of Contemporary Art if you walk near the water. This museum is constantly featuring new exhibits and showcasing some of the best pieces of American art from the last two centuries.

Also contributing to the dynamic atmosphere in The Seaport District is the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, a stylish amphitheater on the waterfront that is, in the eyes of many, the best place to see a concert in Boston. Plenty of big-name musicians have performed at this 5,000-seat venue over the years.

The restaurant and bar scene in The Seaport District is hard to beat. From well-reviewed establishments such as Row 34 to breweries like Trillium and Harpoon to the many seafood restaurants, you'll definitely enjoy the selection of places to eat and drink. The neighborhood also features some of Boston's top rooftop patios: Lookout Rooftop & Bar at the Envoy Hotel, Sky Lounge at YOTEL Boston, Whiskey Priest, and Legal Harborside.

During the warmer months, you can also take part in a series of outdoor workout classes. Fitness-minded individuals from the community come together to enjoy a wide variety of classes that will raise your heart beat and sculpt your body.

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