Seaport District. This is a word you will be hearing more and more as new developments move into Seaport and the buzz keeps spreading. Already, J. Pace & Son, Legal Test Kitchen, Salvatore’s and Atlantic Beer Garden are in the area and there are plenty more following!
I walked into a loft at Dockside in Seaport on Sleeper Street last weekend that was gorgeous! The unit was a classic Boston brick and beam loft with high ceilings, a renovated kitchen, washer/dryer in the unit, separate bedroom area, TONS of closet and storage space and enough living space that my client wondered how he would fill it! Isn’t that a change from most tiny studio spaces that you’re cooking standing on top of your bed… and paying $1,500 a month!
There are units both for sale and for rent in the Seaport area and it is worth a dinner at Barbara Lynch’s Sportello restaurant on Congress Street to check them out. You can walk over to Seaport from the financial area in minutes or hop on the silver line and get off at the World Trade Center stop.