Designs show how Boston could adapt as sea levels rise ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page A look at some of the redesigns submitted in a $20,000 competition sponsored by the city. Boston Redevelopment Authority One proposal for the Fort Point area anchors around letting the site flood completely and creating a city built over water. Boston Redevelopment Authority The ”RE/creation District,” a plan that took aim at trying to figure out how residents in Fort Point could live with flooding, envisions floating pedestrian walkways and a public piazza on an island. Boston Redevelopment Authority One project envisions an urban waterfront with pedestrian walkways and a park pointing toward a floating garden bridge. Boston Redevelopment Authority One group suggested floating water gardens in the Fort Point Channel for residents to explore by canoe or kayak. Boston Redevelopment Authority A project dubbed “The Boston’s Mangrove” describes a new area “where natural elements and human artifacts marry to ensure a better quality of life and a coexistence. . . between ecosystem and cities.” Boston Redevelopment Authority One Fort Point area project proposes allowing water to penetrate to the interior of the district. Boston Redevelopment Authority In 100 years, when rising sea levels are expected to spill over onto flood-prone Morrissey Boulevard, commuters may be able to ditch their cars in favor of an MBTA water taxi.