Growth of the Boston Seaport NeighborhoodJuly 29, 2017
The groundbreaking ceremony was held at Seaport Boulevard and B street for the biggest Boston luxury homes project to date in the neighborhood. Cottonwood Management is developing a site that is 1.3 million square feet of mixed use Boston luxury real estate, including residential and commercial properties. There will be three towers of condominiums and rental units (448 condos and 285 rentals) and approximately 125,000 square feet of retail.
Among other developments in the area are two large rental apartment towers -- Via and Benjamin which are almost ready for occupancy. Not to mention 50 Liberty and Pier 4 are under construction to be completed in 2019.
With all these new Boston luxury real estate units, there are a growing number of fitness/health clubs, cafés and eateries that are opening up along the boulevard or on side streets. And the residents compel an array of upscale restaurants by well-known chefs.
Depending on your taste for food, you can pick and choose any type of restaurant within a few blocks from affordable and a more relaxing atmosphere to a more formal and fine dining experience. Everything your taste buds could desire is nearby, including Asian, French, Italian, Mexican, Middle eastern, Seafood, lobster shacks, bars & steak houses galore. On a nice summer evening, the Boston neighborhood is buzzing with restaurant goers and strolling crowd. It is a great summer outing.
Many financial and legal firms as well as tech companies are opening offices in the Seaport area which has increased the demand for Boston luxury homes nearby. Developers are answering the need, thus the influx of new residential units to the area. If you’re interested in moving to this hot neighborhood, contact me to find out what’s on the Boston luxury real estate market today.