Dockside Place is a loft-style condo building located in the Seaport District as well as being in close proximity to the Fort Point Channel neighborhood. Originally built in 1911 and then converted to condominiums in 1982 this was one of the first complexes to be developed in the now booming Seaport District. There are 89 total units between the two professionally managed buildings.
The homes at Dockside Place have open floor plans and soaring ceilings as well as beautiful brick and beam detail. Many of the properties here have been tastefully renovated since the conversion in 1982. Building amenities feature on-site parking, central air conditioning, professional management, an elevator, and a garden area.
Located at 15-33 Sleeper Street, Dockside Place has one of the most attractive locations in Boston. Dockside Place is near the Boston Harbor and the Fort Point Channel. Dockside Place is next door to Museum Wharf, which houses the innovative and highly regarded Museum of Transportation, and the Children’s Museum. Dockside Place is only a few blocks from the Financial District, Faneuil Hall, and South Station making it one of the most accessible locations in Boston. This property is also in close proximity to some of the best dining and nightlife the city has to offer to be so close to Seaport Boulevard. Some of the great restaurants located nearby include Del Friscos, Strega Waterfront, Sams, and Leagl Harborside.