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New England Spring Forward List

As Boston thaws out from a long winter, the options to get out and about become more alluring to lucky residents of the NEMA Boston Seaport rentals. These amenity-filled luxury Boston condos are the ultimate locale, thanks to world-class design, state-of-the-art technology, and comfortable features from the moment you set foot inside.

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Your Office, Your Home at NEMA Boston

Last year, as many Americans traded commutes to the office for commutes to their kitchen or living room, residents of the new Boston Seaport apartments at NEMA Boston were smoothly transitioning to comfortable, luxurious work-from-home setups.

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Crafting 101: Homemade Goods

Looking for a way to unwind and relax while staying safe and warm inside? When binge-watching loses its allure and constantly scrolling through your phone becomes a bore, you need to expand your at-home winter repertoire. While you're staying cozy in the luxury Seaport apartments at NEMA Boston, why not try something new to occupy you and your family's minds?

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Self-Care Day

Winter has been lashing away for several blustery and snowy months — and there’s still a bit more to come. So, there’s no better time to treat yourself to some luxurious spa-like pampering and self-love.

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New Year, Great Life at NEMA Boston

All dressed up and nowhere to go? Not a problem when you live at NEMA Boston. At these luxury Seaport apartments, you can while away evenings in front of an open fire, whip up culinary triumphs in the Chef's Kitchen, and even go to the cinema. All without putting a foot outside.

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NEMA Boston Guide to a Fresh Start

A fresh year means a fresh start, and it all starts at home. Take this opportunity to shake up your schedule, reinvigorate your rental space, and turn your NEMA Boston home into the center of the new you—through spring cleaning, digital detoxing, and finally getting round to those things that've been on your docket for decades. 

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Warm Cocktails & Sweet Bites for the Holidays

Revel in the holiday season this year from the warmth and comfort of your NEMA Boston luxury apartment. Capacious, open-aspect rooms — with floor-to-ceiling views of a sparkling Boston skyline — are ideal for stretching out and enjoying yourself to the fullest. And the elegantly appointed kitchens provide all the space and equipment you need to concoct cheery holiday cocktails and sweet snacks. Here are a few recipes we think you'll love.

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Let It Snow! Fun Activities for a Wintry Day

Are you looking for safe, seasonal things to do on a snowy day in Boston? Have festive fun at these events and places you’ll find around the Seaport area — or just stay put in your NEMA Boston apartment, and snuggle up by one of the fireplaces.

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Fall & Winter Style: The NEMA Guide

As the seasons change in Boston, so, too, do the sartorial choices of the residents of the busy Seaport neighborhood. The temperatures are dropping, and the cold-weather fashions are on full display, from cozy coats to stylish yet practical boots to comfy sweaters. In and around Seaport, you'll find plenty of options for shopping — no matter what your tastes. And there are myriad choices for fashionable looks, whether you're snuggled up in the den of the Seaport homes at NEMA Boston, going out on the town to have a socially distanced lunch, or doing even more shopping on Newbury Street.

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New England-Themed Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes

Given the year everyone's had, this Thanksgiving Day is going to be extra special for a lot of people. Whether you're visiting family or hosting in one of the NEMA Boston Seaport apartments, you'll need some Boston-centric recipes at hand to keep the troops happy. (Oh, and if you want to avoid putting on the kitchen apron this November, we've listed a few Boston restaurants open for Thanksgiving dinner.)

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Finding the Best Fall Foliage around Boston This Autumn

With Fall in full peak, New England is showing off its fall colors, replacing vibrant green canopies with sprays of yellow, orange, and deep red. Boston’s many greenspaces are the perfect setting for an afternoon of urban leaf-peeping, while spectacular fall drives begin just outside the city limits. Keep reading for the NEMA Boston guide to finding the most glorious fall foliage around Boston this autumn!

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Visiting Historic Salem

The city of Salem, Mass., notorious for its 17th century witch trials, is particularly popular around Halloween. A mere 30-minute drive from the apartments at NEMA Boston, it's an autumnal must-visit for history buffs, fans of freaky fun, and anyone who wants to revel in gorgeous Old World architecture framed in fall foliage. Hop in the car (or on a broomstick) and explore.

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Bringing the Boston Symphony Orchestra into Your Home

The Boston Symphony Orchestra is a true city institution. As the second-oldest of America's “Big Five” orchestras, it has been bringing inspiring performances of great music to Bostonians since 1881. Right now, though, it's doing things a bit differently. You can get your classical fix during these strange times by bringing the BSO into your NEMA Boston apartment. And don't worry — you won't have to squeeze a string section into the living room.

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Apple Picking in New England

The apple picking season has arrived — that means warming mugs of cider, mountains of sugary cider doughnuts, and crisp, juicy apples aplenty. Mark this New England tradition in style by visiting one of these awesome apple orchards close to NEMA Boston.

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Spending the Summer in Seaport

Boston’s Seaport neighborhood, once a thriving shipping area in the Boston Harbor, has grown from its previously industrial hub into a chic neighborhood over the last few decades. The area distinguishes itself from downtown Boston with a combination of new architecture and reworked warehouse facades resting along the waterfront, which is lined with walkways perfect for a cooling stroll in the summer heat.

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Digital Ways to Buy Fresh, Local Food Around Boston

Craving some farm-fresh eats? Want to master new recipes that'll wow friends and family? There are apps out there offering innovative ways to connect digitally with Boston farmers and artisans—as well as chefs from across the country. Zhuzh up your culinary repertoire, help out the community, and make the most of your NEMA Boston kitchen while you're at it.

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Three of the Best Summer Day Trips From Boston

Trying to avoid Boston's summertime crowds? Then it's time to hop in the car and take a scenic road trip. Boston is surrounded by coastal byways, jaw-dropping dams, and idyllic towns steeped in history. Here are three day trips you might want to make over the next few months.

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Scenic Walks Around Boston's Seaport

Summer is best spent making the best of sunshine and warm weather while enjoying the freedom to run, play, and explore in the great outdoors. Fortunately, residents of the Seaport apartments at NEMA Boston are ideally located near some of the city’s finest outdoor destinations like Fan Pier Park and Seaport Common, where they can stroll while taking in fresh air, green grass, and views of the Boston Harbor.

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How Seaport Residents Can Support Black-Owned Boston Restaurants

Throughout Boston, people are joining together in solidarity, showing their support for the local black community. One fantastic — and immediately effective — way to do this is to order a delicious meal from the city's cornucopia of black-owned eateries in the Boston area. Here are a few places to treat your taste buds while helping valued Boston businesses and owners.

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NEMA Inspire: Get Creative

In the 1986 John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, the titular character famously remarks, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Essentially, life is short: we’ve all heard this phrase thousands of times in different iterations. And though its usage is pervasive, it still often falls on deaf ears. As human beings, we still tend to put things off, to wait until a more convenient time to indulge in our passions. As we’re all inside, attempting to navigate through these uncertain and unprecedented circumstances, a creative infusion can go a long way.

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