With its charming brownstones and peaceful tree-lined streets, the Back Bay is one of Boston’s most exclusive neighborhoods. This historic neighborhood, a hub for hot nightspots and excellent eateries, is an exciting and vibrant place to live. Enjoy a quiet Sunday feeding the ducks along the grassy Esplanade along the Charles River, or stroll down trendy Newbury Street on a warm spring day and enjoy the best European style shopping and outdoor dining Boston has to offer.
Stunningly renovated Victorian brick row homes, fashionable cafes and trendy restaurants make this neighborhood one of the most popular places to live in Boston. Filled with chic art galleries and picturesque grocery shops, Boston’s South End is a vibrant and exciting neighborhood.
A popular neighborhood for Bostonians working in the Financial District, the Downtown area is full of modern high-rises and chic watering holes. The Downtown is a cluster of towering high-rises stretching from Boston Common to the Waterfront. The Ritz Carlton Residences provides residents with some of the most luxurious flats and stunning views Boston has to offer. The Leather District area of Downtown is well known for its chic lofts and restaurants.
Hugging Boston’s Financial District, the North End and the Boston Harbor, the Boston Waterfront neighborhood features easy accessibility to some of Boston’s largest employers and boutique shopping. The Boston Waterfront offers high-end residences both in the renovated, “finger” wharfs along the Boston waterfront and the new full-service, luxury buildings. Many condos and townhomes in the historic wharfs feature loft style details such as exposed brick walls and wood beams.
Beacon Hill’s narrow cobblestone streets and quaintly tucked-away brick town homes make this neighborhood one of the most understated in Boston. It is one of Boston’s smallest and most historic neighborhoods, as well as one of its most prestigious. The tightly knit community provides a welcome atmosphere for young families, while Boston Common and The Boston Public Garden make for beautiful playgrounds.
Boston’s newly residential Seaport District is one of the most trendy up-and-coming markets in the city. Once a niche for only artists and creative types, the Seaport District has attracted a wide crowd of young professionals and families searching for spacious, modern condos and lofts a stone’s throw from Boston’s Financial District. New luxury developments and stylish loft buildings feature open layouts and spectacular views.
South Boston, Southie to the locals, has seen a recent revival. With its miles of beaches and close vicinity to Downtown, it is no wonder locals are rediscovering South Boston as an up-and-coming community. Known for its triple-decker row houses and single family homes, South Boston boasts dozens of Irish pubs and taverns. It is also the sight of many new luxury condominiums and loft developments.
Known for its plethora of delicious restaurants, outdoor fruit stands and family owned butcher shops, the North End is one of Boston’s most vibrant and festive neighborhoods. Best traveled by foot or bicycle, the narrow, winding streets and tightly stacked apartments charm even native Bostonians. The neighborhood remains deeply rooted in Old World culture, and residents still hold annual festivals to honor patron saints of Italian villages.
The Fenway / Kenmore area, though best know as home of the Red Sox, is famous for more than just great baseball. Bordering Boston University, Northeastern University, Simons College and Emmanuel College, this area has always been popular with students. Recently, however, expansive green space and new luxury apartments are making this area more desirable to young professionals, specifically those who work at Longwood Medical Center and Beth Israel Hospital.
Charlestown is one of the most charming neighborhoods of Boston. Renovated town homes and condos surround the historic Bunker Hill Monuments and gourmet eateries dot the Historic District. New, luxury condo buildings along the Charlestown Waterfront offer sweeping water and Boston skyline views. Charlestown offers a small town feel with all the lifestyle amenities expected in the city.