2012 means entering a new era for the South Boston Waterfront. Developers are planning on starting construction on more than 1,700 apartments in the next few months, which may replace many of the open parking lots with modern glass buildings that’ll make the area more of a neighborhood.
Now known as the “Innovation District” by Mayor Thomas M. Menino, the South Boston Waterfront has been gaining a lot of positive attention with companies, investors, and developers. According to the city, more than 90 business have set up shop in the area during the last two years to help it evolve into the Boston’s newest hot spot.
To learn more about the exciting news, please check out this latest Boston Globe article, “Changes on the Waterfront”.