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Fort Point vs. Seaport District prices: Sizing up the neighboring enclaves

As might be expected, the luxury-condo-heavy Seaport is coming in as a lot more expensive

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The average asking price for market-rate properties in the Seaport District was $1,821 a square foot as of early May, according to real estate research site NeighborhoodX. The average in Fort Point was $1,014.

That’s a pretty sizable divergence for the neighboring—some might say overlapping—enclaves. Things get even more divergent when NeighborhoodX breaks down the respective ranges that birthed the averages.

The range in the Seaport, which is full of newer luxury condos, was $1,321 a foot to $3,410. See below.

The range in Fort Point was $698 a foot to $1,854. Again, see below.

“It is worth noting that a number of the listings are identified by the listing brokers as being in Seaport,” NeighborhoodX research director Constantine Valhouli said of the Fort Point listings. “But, according to our map, they are all firmly in Fort Point.”

For more on breaking down which property is in which neighborhood, try this handy tool.