Big companies move into the Seaport, small companies & restaurants follow

The news that Amazon, General Electric, and Red Hat, among others, are moving into the Seaport District is making many people happy, and not just landlords of the buildings where those companies are moving. The effects of having thousands of new employees coming into the neighborhood on a daily basis is beginning to be felt… Read More Big companies move into the Seaport, small companies & restaurants follow

Public Park Proposed for Illogical, Impractical, Remote Section of Seaport District

Shirley Leung, columnist for the Boston Globe, along with several other civic-minded people, thinks Dry Dock #4 in the Seaport District would be a great place to build a public park. On a glorious summer day, you wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. You can soak in the downtown skyline, admire Liberty Wharf, spot a… Read More Public Park Proposed for Illogical, Impractical, Remote Section of Seaport District

Seaport Boulevard to be Improved with Landscaping, Bike Lane

Good news! As part of the Seaport Square master plan, the original developer proposed improving the aesthetics of Seaport Boulevard (the main street through the Seaport) by adding a median of green space that will replace what is now a concrete lane of .. nothing (except construction workers’ from New Hampshire’s cars). WS Development, the… Read More Seaport Boulevard to be Improved with Landscaping, Bike Lane

Boston’s Seaport District challenges NY for Tech Dominance

A pretty nice review of the Seaport District, both from a business and personal (tourist) perspective, courtesy of Dakota Kim in Paste magazine. 2017 has brought a slew of new business to the Seaport, including restaurants (the world’s oldest startups), shopping, residential real estate, and AI startups like Neurala, which is claiming some major breakthroughs.… Read More Boston’s Seaport District challenges NY for Tech Dominance