A View of Boston's Back Bay from Boston Commons

Back Bay

With its residential streets lined in stately Victorian row houses and brick sidewalks, the Back Bay is considered one of the best-preserved examples of 19th-century urban design in the United States.

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Streets and Alleys of Boston's Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill

Located just west of Downtown Boston, Beacon Hill is a neighborhood of Federal-style rowhouses and is known for its narrow, gas lit streets and brick sidewalks.

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Streets of Charlestown


Charlestown’s residential neighborhood is composed of brick and wood row houses, waterfront condominiums and apartments. Contemporary restaurants and shops thrive alongside the oldest tavern in Massachusetts.

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Boston Downtown Patio


Downtown Boston is best described as the center of Boston’s northeastern peninsula but also encompasses the Boston Common, the Public Garden, Downtown Crossing, Midtown, Theater District, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, Waterfront, Chinatown and the Leather District.

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Financial District from Above

Financial District

Located in the downtown area near Government Center and Chinatown, the Financial District of Boston contains many of the city’s highrise buildings.

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Boston North End Park

North End

Having the distinction of being Boston's oldest residential community, the North End is one of Boston's most historic neighborhoods with easy access to Boston's waterfront along Commercial Street.

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Boston Seaport District


Emerging as Boston's newest neighborhood and experiencing an enormous construction boom, the Seaport District is considered one of the hottest, fastest-growing real estate markets in the country.

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South End Boston in Spring

South End

Boston’s South End is located south of Back Bay. It is home to a thriving arts community, many small parks and some of Boston’s finest restaurants.

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Sailboat on Boston Waterfront


A subset of Boston’s downtown area, the Waterfront starts south-most at the Intercontinental Hotel and follows The Boston Harbor Walk north to Battery Wharf.

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