I don’t think so. The St. Regis was first proposed four years ago and before this started construction so anybody who stands to lose their view in 133 Seaport should have been aware of that possibility long before now. The prices so far are lower than I expected and I think this will attract mostly people who work in the Seaport and Financial District who might not be as concerned with spectacular views and “cache” as they are with simply having a nice home in a full service condo building in close proximity to their workplace.Oh closings have started last week? Wow...but the place is still in "construction mode"! The units in 133 facing Seaport Blvd will soon have their harbor view blocked by St.Regis coming up bang opposite! Do you think that will impact anything at all?