- May 31, 2006
- Reaction score
The Seaport adds to what makes Boston such a great core city, it's a brand new neighborhood of residential, office, retail, restaurants bordered by a beautiful Harbor Walk, Fort Point Channel, and much older, traditional brick and mortar Fort Point itself. But cross the bridges over Fort Point and you got Boston itself, with the Financial District, Quincy Market, the North End, Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, the Sound End, the Fens, holy crap, what city has all this architectural diversity and urban street-level energy in such a concentrated area? I love the Seaport for it's shiny newness and harbor views as much as I love the older neighbors for their historical compact oldness, if that makes any sense!