Vivanna -- remember that you need the proper context for these condo's and apartmentsI'd have to respectfully disagree, yes, there may be some who might like the proximity to their suites and that there is a certain grittiness here but the immediate neighborhood is a disadvantage. A number of buyers resold at Millennium Tower for this same reason, nobody wants to step over drunks or vomit when they take their kids to school in the morning. I certainly wouldn't be comfortable having my wife take the dog out for a walk at night in either of these locations. If I was spending millions, there are certainly much safer and more attractive locations in the City.
No one would like to live in any of the comparably expensive Seaport Square buildings if they had just been plopped-down in the Seaport circa 1995
The area around the "Sudbury" is a construction zone which soon will be one end of a strip with State Street Bank HQ on one end and Verizon major pretense on the other. To cater to the people who will work in these places as well as to complement new high-end retail which will populate the Bulfinch Crossing development and are in the process of populating the Hub on Causeway -- there will be an entire new ethos in the surrounding streets such as Canal, etc.
Come back 2025 and let's see how it all played-out