The average asking price for market-rate listings in Boston’s Seaport District is $1,369 a square foot, according to an analysis from real estate research site NeighborhoodX.
A range of $723 to $2,037 a square foot produces that average. See below.
A couple of things:
Yes, the Seaport is pricey, even compared with the Waterfront to the north. However, as NeighborhoodX’s Constantine Valhouli points out, “the price range is only slightly broader.” See below.
Finally, two buildings are driving much of the Seaport’s higher end: 50 Liberty and Twenty-Two Liberty (pictured at top). As for the lower end—”lower” in the relative sense—buildings in busy, busy Fort Point appear to be driving things.