The rapidly expanding and thriving Seaport District is overwhelmingly dubbed Boston’s hottest neighborhood. Boston’s most notable dining, nightlife, and outdoor spaces are all a walking distance from Seaport’s luxury condos; Echelon Seaport, 50 Liberty, Pier 4, The Muse, The Benjamin, NEMA, soon to be St. Regis. The condo buildings pride themselves on having a leading view of the downtown Boston skyline.
Outside of the luxury condos, you can bask in Boston’s finest establishments; Tuscan Kitchen, Ocean Prime Steakhouse, Legal Harborside, The Grand, King’s Bowling, and Outlook Rooftop Bar which are some of the many top-ranking restaurants and nightlife options just a few steps away.
There is no shortage of fitness centers such as Equinox, EverybodyFights, and Corepower yoga along with barbershops, upscale salons and tailors, museums, and shopping all in the Seaport neighborhood. Shopping options include Lululemon, Bonobos, Sephora, and more. Start your days with the options of different coffee including Café Nero, Starbucks, or Tatte.
Aside from Echelon that has an on-site grocery store, there will be an additional grocery store option for Seaport residents. Trader Joes is expected to be opening this fall of 2019, which will be Seaport’s first full-scale grocery store.
The Seaport District balances old and new in an elegant tango. Boston’s well-known Convention and Exhibition Center, Children’s Museum, and The Barking Crab are complemented by The Lawn on D, Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall, and eclectic tapas joints.
The Seaport District is no longer up and coming; it has already made its mark as Boston’s newest, most elite neighborhood, and it is here to stay. Search listings on Seaport’s luxury condo options by building that are still available, and contact Elevated Boston to schedule a visit with one of our agents.