Furnished Apartments in Seaport

Seaport Serviced Apartments

Seaport is one of the most revered and historical neighborhoods in Boston, a flourishing destination for technology, art and innovation. Being a future-leaning locality, demand is naturally higher for furnished apartments in Seaport. Beautifully nestled between the lovely waterfront in Boston and the famous Fort Point District, Seaport has numerous attractions under its belt. The neighborhood does it all in style, from hosting INBOUND and other technology conferences to housing the cutting-edge Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to showcasing installations by global artists and more. 

Some of Our Top Furnished Apartments in Seaport, Boston are:

Each one of our serviced apartments in Seaport comes with all the amenities and facilities that travelers need for a comfortable stay in the neighborhood. Enjoy facilities like fully equipped kitchens, appliances, comfortable bedrooms and free Wi-Fi to name a few.

Where to Stay in Seaport

Looking for good furnished apartments in Seaport should not be a difficult task. The neighborhood is steadily transforming into one of the hottest residential areas in Boston, particularly with new mega developments being added recently along with the influx of restaurants, a cinema and shopping places galore. The Fort Point stretch has always been a preferred area in Seaport and other popular zones include A Street, Liberty Drive, Farnsworth Street, Congress Street and Sleeper Street.

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Facts About Seaport 

The Seaport or Seaport District is one of Boston’s hottest neighborhoods and part of the bigger South Boston zone. It is known as the Innovation District and is a former industrial area which has undergone a makeover in recent years. The Fort Point Channel borders the locality along with the Boston Harbor and historic South Boston neighborhood.

Here are some more interesting facts about Seaport:

  • Boston City calls this area as the South Boston Waterfront
  • The South Boston stretch northwards from First Street has redeveloped massively courtesy the administration of the Boston Planning and Development Agency and Mayor Thomas Menino. 
  • The early 21st century saw rapid development and Seaport was the country’s fastest growing realty market by 2014. 
  • The regeneration drive started with the $14.6 billion Big Dig project. 
  • A new transportation network was built with the Boston Harborwalk, Silver Line and Evelyn Moakley Bridge. 
  • 1,000 acres are being developed as an Innovation District on the South Boston Waterfront. This has already created 5,000 new jobs and sparked formation of 200+ new entities. 
  • The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is a famous landmark on D Street, being built in 2004.
  • The Society of Arts and Crafts is the oldest craft-based nonprofit in New England and lies here on Pier 4. 

Weather in Seaport

Seaport witnesses warm summers and wet and cold winters. The best time to visit is between late June and mid September.