Is the Seaport District About to Become a Wellness Capital?

SoulCycle and Equinox are on the way, and many other business may be too.

UPDATED, April 8, 4 p.m.: Spokespeople from Dig Inn, Follain, and Patagonia have said the 311 Summer St. map incorrectly includes their brands; no Seaport locations have been confirmed. MiniLuxe confirmed its upcoming Seaport location. This story will be updated further as other brands respond.

Don’t count your juices before they’re pressed, but the Seaport may be on the verge of becoming a health fanatic’s heaven.

According to the website for 311 Summer St., a luxury office building in the neighborhood, the Seaport will soon welcome, among many other brands, fitness havens Equinox and SoulCycle; activewear stores Lululemon and Patagonia; healthy restaurants Dig Inn and By Chloe; beauty shops Follain, Sephora, and Blue Mercury; and nail salon MiniLuxe. Woah.

Spokespeople from Equinox and SoulCycle confirmed that locations are on the way—SoulCycle at 111 Seaport Blvd.—though neither has a date set in stone. By Chloe also publicly announced plans for a Seaport expansion last month.

That said, it’s too soon to terminate your lease and relocate to the Seaport. Aside from SoulCycle, Equinox, and By Chloe, other representatives could not be immediately reached for confirmation.


Jamie Ducharme Jamie Ducharme, Contributor jducharme@bostonmagazine.com