Welcome to Seaport
Although the Seaport neighborhood of Boston is not part of the South Shore, it has been one of the fastest growing seaside communities in the past few years with tons of new development that has really transformed this area. Many new condo and rental buildings have been built on existing parking lots and vacant waterfront spaces to bring an influx of new residents. Additionally, wonderful places to eat and shop have really made historic Seaport come alive with a creative energy.
As a self-contained neighborhood where residents can enjoy a variety of things to do, there is still a lot of exciting development coming to the area! Harbor Way is an open-air museum and park where people can enjoy a walk to work or just the wonderful outdoor space along the waterfront. In addition to one of the largest collections of restaurants in Boston, Seaport is also home to breweries to enjoy a piece of Boston’s beer culture. For the kids, there are great museums such as Boston Children’s Museum on Congress Street. Truly, there is something for everyone in this dynamic neighborhood and even more to come!