Watermark Seaport 85 Seaport Boulevard

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Watermark Seaport is located in the heart of Boston’s newest neighborhood, Seaport Square. This unique location on Boston Harbor is where the Financial District, the Seaport, and Fort Point meet.

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GREEN SPACES

  • 1. Seaport Square Green
  • 2. Q Park
  • 3. Fan Pier Park
  • 4. Wharf Park
  • 5. Harborwalk

ENTERTAINMENT & CULTURAL

  • 6. The Institute of Contemporary Art
  • 7. Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
  • 8. Boston Children’s Museum
  • 9. Boston Fire Museum
  • 10. Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
  • 11. District Hall

TRANSPORTATION

  • 56. WTC Silver Line T–Station
  • 57. Courthouse Silver Line T–Station
  • 58. Silver Line Way T–Station
  • 59. Barking Crab Water Taxi
  • 60. Moakley Courthouse / Fan Pier Water Taxi
  • 61. WTC West Water Taxi
  • 62. WTC East Water Taxi
  • 63. Liberty Wharf Water Taxi

FOOD AND DINING

  • 12. The Barking Crab
  • 13. Strega Waterfront
  • 14. Empire
  • 15. Blue Dragon
  • 16. Drink
  • 17. Row 34
  • 18. 75 on Liberty Wharf
  • 19. Jerry Remy’s
  • 20. Rosa Mexicano
  • 21. Legal Harborside
  • 22. Flour Bakery
  • 23. Papagayo
  • 24. Legal Test Kitchen
  • 25. Temezcal
  • 26. Bastille Kitchen
  • 27. Salvatore’s
  • 28. Morton’s The Steakhouse
  • 29. Sportello
  • 30. Sam’s
  • 31. Menton
  • 32. Gather
  • 33. Bees Knees
  • 34. Del Frisco’s at Liberty Wharf
  • 35. James Hook & Company
  • 36. Palm Restaurant
  • 37. TRADE
  • 38. Sorelle Bakery & Café
  • 39. Smith & Wollensky
  • 40. Sweetgreen
  • 41. City Tap Boston
  • 42. Soul Cycle
  • 43. Hotel Envoy
  • 44. Lucky’s Lounge
  • 45. La Casa De Pedro
  • 46. Committee
  • 47. Tavern Road
  • 48. Drink
  • 49. Yo Sushi
  • 50. Shake Shack
  • 51. By Chloe
  • 52. Chipotle
  • 53. Aceituna Grill- 57
  • 54. Frank Anthony’s
  • 55. Café Nero

Seaport Square offers an unrivaled lifestyle, uniting everything from live entertainment and arts to rooftop bars and renowned restaurants—all within steps from the city’s waterfront and downtown.

The Fort Point neighborhood first housed industry then artists. Today, it is home to a variety of the city’s most distinguished chefs, bakeries and breweries. Next door, the Seaport District is a new, innovative neighborhood, home to growing startups and established companies, in the center of one of the nation’s oldest cities.

RESTAURANTS AND NIGHTLIFE Some of Boston’s most acclaimed and exciting restaurants and bars are within walking distance of Watermark Seaport, including Sportello, Row 34 and Flour Bakery.

PARKS The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway is a 15-acre stretch of public parks, connecting the Seaport and Fort Point districts to the Financial District.

WATERFRONT The Boston Harbor walk is a 50-mile public access route along the city’s waterfront, creating an interactive trail for walking, running and biking.

CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT Situated on the harbor’s edge, the Institute of Contemporary Art features some of the city’s most creative artists and exhibitions.