Upsets dominated the first round of Curbed Cup voting as No. 16 Downtown Crossing knocked off two-time defending champion Assembly Row and No. 15 Fort Point edged out second seed Kendall Square.
As if those results weren’t gong-rattling enough, No. 13 the South End made short work of No. 4 Back Bay and 12th-ranked East Boston dispatched No. 5 Union Square.
Which neighborhoods will advance to the Final Four? Second-round voting starts next week!