The Seaport continues to show the market that it’s going to remain a dominate force in the Boston office market. Rents are up, vacancy is down and demand is strong. The challenge is the only new construction is Class A, so if you are seeking updated brick-and-bean, wait in line or be prepared to pay for it.
Alternatives that trade about $8 – $12 per square below would be Boston’s Financial District or the Leather District.
Indicative of the Seaport neighborhood’s appeal, BostonSF.com reports HFF recently closed a “$105.625 million sale of 3-building office portfolio Boston’s Seaport District…HFF announced that it has closed sale of three best-in-class, creative office assets totaling 221,064 square feet and 35 parking spaces.”
You can read more about the significant, three-building office space sale in the Seaport on Bostonsf.com.