Boston Seaport has been a hot spot for modern culture and innovation. With companies like Amazon, biotech giants in the area as well major developers competing over who can build condos highest up off of land that will be worth millions upon completion because it’s so desirable now more than ever before.
This beautiful, high design neighborhood is worth a visit for its manicured waterfront walkways and art-filled streets. Expect to find Frank Stella’s mural reproduction of Damascus Gate (Stretch Variation I) as well as seven Boston-themed sculptures lining Seaport Boulevard that show off the city’s history in an interesting way.
The designers of this high design neighborhood have done an excellent job creating a place where you can enjoy the outdoors while also shopping to your heart’s content. There are plenty of walking paths along with waterfront views, glass towers that reach up into the sky (some might say they look like crystals), green spaces everywhere; it’s almost too hard to pick out one spot.
Boston Seaport is a happening place that has something new up its sleeve every day. For instance, watch as the sun sets over Legal Harborside with awe-inspiring views of Boston’s skyline or enjoy some farm-to-table food at Wood Hills Pier 4 while listening to live music by an acoustic guitarist on Fridays & Saturdays evenings. Whether you are looking for shopping therapy, browsing boutiques along Congress Street, catching rays poolside under massive trees near meters away from Fort Mifflin.
The Seaport is a great place to explore on foot. It’s easy enough that you can wander around the neighborhood at your own pace, but if there are some places in town worth visiting and getting back into an old habit – like going out drinking with friends or meeting up for live music performances- then this may be where they happen.
Situated at Boston, Massachusetts, 02210, United States, Boston Seaport is a beautifully bustling area. It has the feel of an old-world city, but with modern amenities like restaurants and shops on every corner! The locals love sharing their opinions about where you should go for lunch or what museums are worth paying admission to; it’s clear this place knows how to make visitors feel welcome from day one. If you are looking for someplace a little less populated then we would suggest visiting the Brattle Book Shop for a fantastic low traffic experience.
Boston’s Seaport area offers a fascinating look into the city of Boston. What will we come away from this visit with? Expect to leave physically carrying several shopping bags, but more importantly for those who have never been introduced before: A newfound knowledge about where some favorite brands can be found in our own backyard. There are also long-term retail tenants worth chatting up while you’re here – especially if they happen not only to feature one or more unique features that are relevant just then (like current trends).
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- South End, MA
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- Harvard Square, MA
- North End, MA
- Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, MA
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