I don't see the appeal of living in the Seaport District. It's all so new--and nothing wrong with that--but it has no real community or history, unlike let's say, Southie, to the immediate south. I would think the area of Southie closest to the Seaport would be rife with acquisitions for fixer-uppers. I see substantial gentrification in its future. But gentrification with history is far better than not (e.g., The North End). And the "bodega" in the Seaport neighborhood will be antiseptic, sleek, and fully automated. Maybe a robot clerk with a swivel head will attempt some limited conversation, but that's it. I'm expecting this idea to fruition, via Amazon, as its building within the core is filling up with robotics and A.I. workers.