According to the Boston Business Journal, the once rising apartment prices in Boston's Seaport District are actually dropping - they fell by almost 9% in Q3 2013 - due to the influx of 450 new apartments ready to lease. Average rents in the 3rd Quarter of 2012 were $2,136. This year in Q3, rents are averaging $1,952.
The Seaport is Boston's "hottest" neighborhood, with the addition of the new ICA, Convention Center, buildings such as FP3 Lofts on Congress Street, and the restaurants / retail / office space to go with it.
For more information regarding office space in the Seaport, visit www.BostonOfficeSpaces.com
For More Information about lofts and apartments in Boston's Seaport, contact:
Paul Santucci, Director of Boston Lofts, firstname.lastname@example.org 617.694.0004