This is a fantastic picture. We are almost at a mature urban canyon look now. The street is too wide, but there is nothing that can be done about that. Otherwise, major thumbs up. And a great capture, @BeeLine!
Waterside 1b+Omni really start to break up the vast empty expanse behind Seaport Blvd and make the individual areas feel distinct. A2 + Echelon + L4 + N/P should further contribute to that. Tons of pedestrian activity today
Seaport apartment buildings have been subject to the same Chapter 40B affordable housing rules and City of Boston affordable housing regs as other large projects. Aside from some Seaport condominiums that have paid for off-site affordable housing construction, I believe most/all of the current and proposed large apartment buildings in the Seaport have at least 13% affordable units.
The Benjamin, Via, 100 Pier 4, Waterside Place, A Street Rear... there are currently hundreds of affordable units in the neighborhood.