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Curbed Cup 2017

The Curbed Cup 2017 winner is ... the South End!

It was a bit of a Cinderella story for the busy, busy South End, which started the annual tournament of 16 seeds at No. 13. It stunned No. 4 Back Bay in the first round, and then eased past East Boston and the Seaport District.

Curbed Cup Final: (7) Dorchester vs. (13) the South End

There were once 16 seeds competing for the coveted status of the Boston area’s No. 1 neighborhood of 2017. There are now just two. Who will claim the crown? Polls open until January 2. Go.

Curbed Cup Final Four: (3) Bulfinch Triangle/Government Center vs. (7) Dorchester

Our 16-seed Curbed Cup competition to decide the Boston area’s No. 1 neighborhood of 2017 is down to its final quartet. First up is the Seaport District vs. the South End. Polls open 24 hours. Go.

Curbed Cup Final Four: (8) the Seaport District vs. (13) the South End

Our 16-seed Curbed Cup competition to decide the Boston area’s No. 1 neighborhood of 2017 is down to its final quartet. First up is the Seaport District vs. the South End. Polls open 24 hours. Go.

Curbed Cup Elite Eight results: It’s third-ranked Bulfinch Triangle’s to lose

It will face off against seventh-seeded Dorchester. On the other side of the bracket, the Seaport District will compete with the South End. The Final Four starts December 27!

Curbed Cup Elite Eight: (7) Dorchester vs. (15) Fort Point

And then there were eight—we’re down to the second round of the annual Curbed Cup to pick the Boston area’s neighborhood of the year. Polls are open 24 hours for each matchup.

Curbed Cup Elite Eight: (3) Bulfinch Triangle/Government Center vs. (11) Fenway

And then there were eight—we’re down to the second round of the annual Curbed Cup to pick the Boston area’s neighborhood of the year. Polls are open 24 hours for each matchup.

Curbed Cup Elite Eight: (12) East Boston vs. (13) South End

And then there were eight—we’re down to the second round of the annual Curbed Cup to pick the Boston area’s neighborhood of the year. Polls are open 24 hours for each matchup.

Curbed Cup Elite Eight: (16) Downtown Crossing vs. (8) Seaport District

And then there were eight—we’re down to the second round of the annual Curbed Cup to pick the Boston area’s neighborhood of the year. Polls are open 24 hours for each matchup.

Curbed Cup first-round results: Upsets galore!

No. 16 Downtown Crossing knocked off two-time defending champion Assembly Row and No. 15 Fort Point edged out second seed Kendall Square. High seeds Union Square and Back Bay were also sent packing.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (2) Kendall Square vs. (15) Fort Point

Here’s how the annual Curbed Cup works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances to the second round. And so on.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (7) Dorchester vs. (10) Roxbury

Here’s how the annual Curbed Cup works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances to the second round. And so on.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (3) Bulfinch Triangle/Government Center vs. (14) Quincy Center

Here’s how the annual Curbed Cup works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances to the second round. And so on.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (6) Harvard Square vs. (11) Fenway

Here’s how the annual Curbed Cup works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances to the second round. And so on.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (4) Back Bay vs. (13) South End

Here’s how the annual Curbed Cup works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances to the second round. And so on.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (5) Union Square vs. (12) East Boston

Here’s how the annual Curbed Cup works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances to the second round. And so on.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (8) Seaport District vs. (9) West End

Time to pick the Boston area’s neighborhood of the year! Here’s how it works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances. We start with 16, and we whittle it down to one.

Curbed Cup 1st round: (1) Assembly Row vs. (16) Downtown Crossing

Time to pick the Boston area’s neighborhood of the year! Here’s how it works: We present two matchups a day during the first round. Polls stay open 24 hours for each one. The biggest vote-getter in each matchup advances. We start with 16, and we whittle it down to one.