Seaport Square is a vibrant new neighborhood created from 23 acres of undeveloped land in South Boston’s emerging Seaport District. Planned as an active 24/7 place to live, work, shop, and play, Seaport Square brings an exciting mix of world-class office and research space, residences, retail shops, restaurants, hotels, and cultural institutions to Boston that are sure to attract many new businesses and residents from across the city, region and globe.
Designed for the 21st century, Seaport Square offers an unsurpassed quality of life. Seaport Square will have large areas of open and green space, direct access to public transportation,
a quick walk to Boston’s financial district, a short ride to the airport, and energy efficient design embedded within each building. Seaport Square is sure to become one of Boston’s most desirable new neighborhoods. Situated in the heart of Boston’s Innovation District, Seaport Square will support the City of Boston’s initiative by providing over 300 innovation and workforce housing units, special flexible office space for startup companies, and the new hub of the Innovation District – the 12,000 square foot Boston Innovation Center, located at the corner of Seaport Boulevard and Boston Wharf Road.
A NEW URBAN NEIGHBORHOOD ON BOSTON'S LARGEST UNDEVELOPED PARCEL OF LAND
Seaport Square is an exemplary urban infill development and is targeting a Gold rating under the US Green Building Council's LEED for Neighborhood Development rating system. The project was fully entitled as of October 2010, and construction of initial projects is underway as of early 2012.
Seaport Square is a joint development of Boston Global Investors, Morgan Stanley, and WS Development. Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing (MSREI) is the global real estate investment arm of Morgan Stanley, and has acquired over $178 billion in assets in 36 countries over the past two decades. WS Development is one of the largest private retail development firms in the country with 17 million square feet in place and an additional 3 million square feet in development.