Your Future Backyard at Pier 4

When you live at Pier 4, your backyard is Boston’s flourishing Seaport neighborhood, filled with countless cultural, dining and outdoor spaces minutes from your door. From the private terrace you can feast your eyes on the city’s best views of the Financial District skyline and Harbor without leaving your residence.

Pier 4 is responsible for completing the stretch of the Harborwalk that extends directly behind the condominiums. Enjoy a morning run or a leisurely stroll with endless water views along this ocean-side pedestrian path.

Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

Steps from Pier 4, enjoy a special exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Art. From now through March, check out the The Artist’s Museum, a display that brings together large-scale installations, photography, film and video in the ICA’s West Gallery.


Work from home for the day amongst entrepreneurs and innovators at District Hall. Located in the heart of Seaport Square, it is the first freestanding city-sponsored innovation center of its kind in the country.

Sailing boat rest and Boston downtown skyline with urban skyscra

Enjoy a sail around the harbor. Real Estate firm Redfin recently named Boston as one of the 10 ten boating towns in America. At Pier 4, your escape is just steps away.

Order a custom cocktail at Drink, an award-winning craft cocktail bar in Fort Point. Feelin’ something fruity? They’ll make it for you, no menu required. If you don’t have a favorite libation in mind, they’ll select just the right cocktail for you. And don’t miss Tiki Sundays, the second Sunday of every month at 4 p.m., for tiki cocktails and tropical inspired bar snacks.

Dine at some of the best restaurants in Boston. La Casa de Pedro, which just opened at 505 Congress Street, features a late-night menu from 11 p.m. until 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights, a weekend brunch with an arepa-and-empanada bar, and live music on weekend nights.


Check out The Society of Arts and Crafts at 100 Pier 4 to secure some original artwork from local artists. The new exhibition and retail galleries are open to the public. The dual mission of The Society is to encourage the creation, collection, and promotion of the work of contemporary craft artists and to advance public appreciation of fine craft.

Pamper yourself at the Seaport Hotel and Spa with a massage. The menu includes hot stone treatments, “on-the-run” quick service and shake-out or chair massages.