Two hundred years ago, the area now known as the Seaport District in South Boston was a muddy mess. In fact, until the 1800s, most of it was underwater.

The neighborhood has lived many lives in the interim, transitioning over the 20th century from a bustling shipping harbor to a desolate haven for abandoned warehouses. Over the past decade, it’s been reinvented once more, experiencing its own renaissance in line with the changes taking place across industries in Boston.

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