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A Boston real estate blog reader tells me why he loves his Boston Seaport apartment:

Why I love the Seaport

For me, Boston begins and ends in the Seaport. My apartment, located in one of the dozens of luxury buildings, is in the heart of the district. I am surrounded by gleaming newly constructed mid-rise apartments and office buildings.  These sleek glass monuments in the city’s newest neighborhood contain some of the most comfortable, modern, and luxurious residences. My apartment has a fantastic city view.  Others in my building have sweeping views of the harbor. 
 Anything I can possibly need is within a short walk. Major chain grocery stores and pharmacies share the district with smaller independents like Frank and Anthony’s and Cardullo’s. Dining options are endless from top restaurants to fast-casual.  Numerous rooftop deck eateries, Legal Seafood, DelFrisco, Tuscan Kitchen, and many others are still serving during the pandemic. Entertainment choices include King’s bowling alley and an opulent movie theater. Shops and boutiques line Seaport Avenue. The lawn on D street and strolls along the harbor offer some great outdoor time.
If I want to stay home I can cook in my state of the art kitchen, relax in my living room, or head to the communal roof deck. For indoor exercise, I can go to the on-site fitness room.  Most of the residential buildings I know of here offer 24 concierge service and parking options as well.  Many are small pet friendly as well.

Boston Real Estate and the Bottom Line

 The Seaport is also known as the Innovation District since a number of high tech companies are headquartered here. Although many are working from home, people are going to be needed in the office sooner or later.  Living here could make the commute basically nonexistent. The Seaport is also minutes from Logan International Airport and South Station Train and Bus Terminal. I also love that I am a short walk to downtown Boston and the Financial District.  It is difficult to fathom this neighborhood was a concrete prairie barely 15 years ago.
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