Boston’s Seaport District is truly one of the city’s up and coming neighborhoods. Historically an industrial area, it has come alive with the redevelopment of warehouses into luxury condominiums, new restaurants and bars from casual to the highest end, and recently built hotels. Major developers are investing in this area, which will see explosive growth in residential options – from luxury condos with harbor views to rental apartments, retail, restaurants and a luxury hotel at Fan Pier within the next five years. Cultural, entertainment and business venues such as the Boston Children’s Museum, the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), the Bank of America Pavilion, and the new Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on the harbor side attract locals as well as business travelers and tourists. Its proximity to the Financial District, South Station, Logan International Airport, two major highways, public transportation and the Rose Kennedy Greenway makes this emerging residential area broad in appeal.