In The News: PIER 4 in The Boston Globe

The Seaport neighborhood continues to thrive with new development, retail, restaurants, and more. The Boston Globe recently visited PIER 4 for a look inside. See the link below for the resulting Photo Essay capturing our construction progress.

Another look at the evolution of the Seaport District
By Tim Logan and David Ryan
May 14, 2018

When completed early next year, PIER 4 will offer the only Seaport residences surrounded by water on three sides. The boutique, nine-story residential building with 106, one- to four-bedroom ocean homes, each with private outdoor space and water views, is located on the former site of the renowned seafood restaurant Anthony’s Pier 4. Adjacent to the Institute of Contemporary Art on the Boston Harbor, the development brings lush outdoor spaces to The Seaport, including a future one-acre park, sea steps at the tip of the site, an extension of the Harbor Walk, and convenient retail and curated dining options. PIER 4’s architecture complements its waterside location and the surrounding buildings. Its soft edges and unique white brick and glass facade will bring a beautiful aesthetic to the neighborhood as the building curves to the West towards the ICA, and its exterior picks up light and texture from the water.