Two rounds of voluminous voting have whittled the 16 seeds of the fifth annual Curbed Cup to four—including the Seaport District, which, as the No. 13 seed, is shaping up to be the Cinderella story of the tournament. It blew past No. 4 Kendall Square in the first round and then handily dispatched No. 12 West Medford, which sets it up for a Final Four match-up with Fenway. That No. 8 seed upset Savin Hill, the bracket's top-ranked neighborhood, meaning it's anybody's ballgame in the next round, which commences next week.
· Our Curbed Cup 2015 archives [Curbed Boston]