Seaport District

News

GentriWatch: Here’s What Will Replace Quinzani’s in the South End

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. As featured in the inaugural edition of GentriWatch, Quinzani’s Bakery, bread […]

Home & Property

Photos: A History of the Northern Ave. Bridge

The rusty, sad structure that links downtown to the Seaport is set to be removed in March. But the Northern Ave Bridge wasn’t always such […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Penthouse in Charlestown’s Flagship Wharf Building

A tricked-out penthouse in Charlestown.

Arts & Entertainment

ICA Receives Another Gift of Works by Women from Barbara Lee

Around this time last year, Barbara Lee gave the Institute of Contemporary Art its largest gift ever—43 artworks created by 25 female artists. This morning, the […]

News

Police Detonate Suspicious Suitcase Near Coast Guard Office in Seaport

Update: Friday, 2:10 p.m.   Boston police are asking for the public’s help identifying and locating the man in this photo in relation to the incident. Anyone […]

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Restaurants

What to Eat From the Seaport’s Shipping Containers This Week

The shipping container smorgasbord in the Seaport is finally filling out. Triangle Coffee has been caffeinating the varied employees at the Innovation and Design Building for a […]

Home & Property

Fifty Liberty Is the Seaport’s Newest Planned Luxury Tower

Luxury towers are the name of the game in Boston’s development-heavy Seaport District, and hopes are set high on mixed-use buildings promising unparalleled views and the finest […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Seaport Loft Perfect for Singles

Calling all single ladies.

Home & Property

Last Block of Seaport Land Sells for $359 Million

Cranes continue to rise in the Seaport, and today, the final large block of land, spanning 12.5 acres along Seaport Boulevard, Congress Street, and Summer […]

Arts & Entertainment

In Its Biggest Undertaking to Date, ICA Debuts ‘Black Mountain College’ Exhibition

The Institute of Contemporary Art‘s latest exhibition, “Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957,” is a treasure trove for art history enthusiasts. The small, […]

Home & Property

The Design Center Hosts Boston Design Market

For two days this week, October seventh through eighth, the Seaport’s Boston Design Center is opening its doors for Boston Design Market 2015, featuring keynote events, panel discussions, […]

Home & Property

The Envoy Hotel Brings High Design to the Seaport

The retro-chic Verb Hotel and stately Eliot Hotel, among others, top the list of design-centric places to call home while visiting Boston. Now joining the group, The Envoy Hotel is fully […]

News

These Three Recently Approved Seaport Towers Don’t Suck

The designs for three 22-story residential buildings that comprise a $700 milllion chunk of the 22 acre, 6.3 million square foot Seaport Square development were approved […]

Arts & Entertainment

The ICA Is Launching a New Weekly Friday Event Series

First Fridays, the ICA’s popular after-hours parties, only come around once a month, but now, the museum is launching a new program to fill remaining […]

Restaurants

Shake Shack Is Coming to the Seaport

Shake Shack will open a new Boston-area outpost in 2017, located inside the retail space within the Watermark Seaport, a mixed-use development rising in the Seaport District. […]