The Seaport District is one of Boston’s newest and fasted-growing neighborhoods.

Welcome to Seaport

Guided by a vibrant community of creatives and entrepreneurs.


The Seaport District is one of Boston’s newest and fasted-growing neighborhoods. This bustling neighborhood has a mix of high-end residential properties, including condominiums, rental apartments, and Class A office buildings. Sleek, walkable, and full of trendy restaurants and entertainment, this is one of the hottest communities in Boston.

What to Love

  • Beautiful waterfront views
  • Boston Harborwalk — a public walkway that follows the piers and shoreline of Boston Harbor
  • The Superette - a European-inspired retail space centered around a public courtyard


Local Lifestyle

The Seaport crowd, like the area’s housing options, is diverse, with a mix of long-term occupants and newcomers. They’re drawn to the combination of a compact 33-acre neighborhood with easy access to all major highways, Boston’s Logan airport, and South Station.
Seaport, dubbed the city’s “Innovation District,” is known for its forward-thinking culture, which is spearheaded by a vibrant community of entrepreneurs and creatives. Conferences held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center regularly attract an infusion of global intellectuals. Located on one of the nearby waterfront piers is the Boston Design Center, which houses a plethora of showrooms displaying luxury product lines for interior furnishings, including lighting, textiles, antiques, furniture, and design services. The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, which is also located near the harbor, hosts a stream of dynamic exhibitions, dance performances, film screenings, and other happenings for locals.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Covering two city blocks, One Seaport is a fabulous retail, dining, fitness, and entertainment destination. With the highest concentration of retail space in Seaport, stores include Away, Bonobos, L.L.Bean, lululemon, Outdoor Voices, and Warby Parker.
One Seaport also has plenty of entertainment, such as Kings and the Showplace Icon Theatre. Take your pick from bowling and games like shuffleboard at Kings while enjoying delicious bar food at this retro-inspired entertainment venue. The Showplace Icon Theatre complex has ten movie theaters and a restaurant and lounge with gorgeous views of the city skyline.
The number of restaurants has increased as Seaport has grown. There are myriad dining establishments to try: LoLa 42, Nautilus Pier 4, Mastro’s Ocean Club, Menton, Woods Hill Pier 4, and Coquette. This is just a sampling of the restaurants to explore in the area, with many more being added as the area develops.

Things to Do

Seaport is packed with things to do. Residents of all ages never run short of entertainment and great nights out. Below are some things you may want to consider:
  • Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA): Museum of contemporary art and exhibition space
  • Leader Bank Pavilion: Venue for music and entertainment
  • The Lawn on D: Innovative outdoor space with events and activities
  • Fan Pier: Waterfront park with high-end restaurant and retail options
  • Seaport Commons: Hosted events, such as yoga classes, boot camps, art installations, and seasonal activities
  • Harpoon Brewery: Maker of New England’s original IPA
  • The Holiday Market at Snowport: Features small businesses, including local artisans, craft makers, and entrepreneurs selling unique wares
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