Nestled between Boston’s beautiful waterfront and the historic Fort Point district, lies a vibrant and bustling neighborhood with a unique appeal. A synergistic community of artists, innovators, and entrepreneurs, Seaport has forged a culture all its own. The atmosphere in Boston Seaport is steeped in history but imbued with a creative, youthful energy.
100-year old warehouses and contemporary architecture frame the landscape in a stunning display of old and new. Fresh green spaces beckon residents and visitors alike to gather, unwind and enjoy the views. But above all else, it is the people who live in, work in, and visit the Seaport each day that create the unique fabric of the area. Seaport is a place for people to explore, enjoy and thrive.
Welcome to the neighborhood.
Zoo + Brew 2018
Light Up Seaport 2018
The Loop 2019
Future of Seaport
The cornerstone of Seaport will always be its people. As the personality of the district continues to emerge, we seek to provide inspiring spaces that are bold in nature, yet timeless in design. A neighborhood that residents cherish and visitors will come back to for years to come.
Perhaps the most exciting element of Seaport’s evolution is Harbor Way, a pedestrian promenade stretching from Summer Street to the water’s edge. The beautifully landscaped linear park will be a place for residents to walk to work, or to stroll through areas of vibrant shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions. Visitors can enjoy a European-style piazza at Harbor Square or meander along a one-and-a-half mile loop that passes along Boston Harbor, through historic Fort Point, and into the heart of the Seaport neighborhood.
The future of Seaport is a thriving, sustainable urban neighborhood that serves its residents, provides a destination for all Bostonians, and welcomes visitors from around the world.
As part of our work in the Seaport neighborhood, WS Development is committed to supporting Boston’s community of non-profit organizations and contributing to the development of a vibrant, welcoming, and inclusive Seaport neighborhood. In support of this mission, WS Development established the Seaport Community Grant Program in 2019. The Seaport Community Grant Program is open to all Boston-based not-for-profit organizations. WS Development invites applicants with a focus on environmental or transportation advocacy, social and human services, and the performing and visual arts. Other areas of focus will be considered.
Find the state-of-art 24-hour One Seaport garage located at 75 Sleeper Street, across from the Envoy Hotel. The brand new garage provides EV charging stations and the most convenient access to the Seaport District. Find driving directions below:
The MBTA Silver Line (SL1 and SL2) provides services to and from Logan International Airport Terminals every 10 minutes during the weekday and every 15 minutes on the weekends. Use the Courthouse Station stop, located on Seaport Boulevard.
Taxi and Uber
Seaport was meant for strolling, but when you need a car, taxi and ridesharing services are always readily available.
Avoid the traffic and enjoy the views on the Water Taxis. Servicing the waterfront all year long, the checkered water taxi will pick you up at any waterfront location, including Logan Airport and downtown Boston. Use the Fan Pier location when visiting Seaport.