Seaport/South Boston Real Estate
The Seaport District (also known as the “South Boston Waterfront” and the “Innovation District”) and South Boston have experienced drastic changes over the past decade. The Seaport District has recently seen a substantial amount of new construction, including luxurious residential condo buildings and commercial property.
The Seaport is one of the only neighborhoods in Boston with direct water access. Many residents enjoy docking their boats in front of Liberty Wharf during the summer to enjoy a bite to eat or a concert.
South Boston, or “Southie” as residents say, is one of the oldest and most historic neighborhoods in the country. Southie contains Dorchester Heights, which remains a popular place to live for young professionals. Residents of South Boston enjoy easy access to the Seaport and the rest of Boston by the Red Line Broadway T Station and multiple bus routes.