If you've been to the Seaport District recently you will likely have noticed two things. One, that something dramatic has changed. Two, that there are a lot of cranes. Within the past several years the Seaport, or "Innovation District" has undergone an evolution. While officially considered part of South Boston, the Seaport District definitely has its own unique character and charm. Much like the Waterfront, many of the buildings in this historic neighborhood are either brand new, full service developments or have been converted from wharves and warehouses.
This small, but rapidly growing community offers residents easy access to the Waterfront, Financial District, Logan International Airport, Amtrak (via the nearby South Station) and some of Boston's finest seafood.
Due to the continued evolution of this neighborhood it is considered an up and comer, making real estate purchases an excellent investment in the future.