Known as “the jewel” of Boston’s residential neighborhoods, Back Bay is conveniently situated near many of Boston’s acclaimed offerings, including Fenway Park, Boston Common and the Public Gardens, Prudential Center and Copley Place and the Boston Public Library. You can spend your afternoons browsing couture on Newbury Street or taking a scenic bike ride along the Charles River’s Esplanade. Back Bay is another walker’s haven, but commuters will find the Green Line, Orange Line and commuter rail options originating at Back Bay Station and car access along Storrow Drive.
Real Estate in Back Bay
Back Bay offers contemporary city living in an historic setting. Tree-lined streets flank some of the City’s best-preserved examples of late 19th century urban architecture, most notably its rows of grand Victorian brownstones. Additionally, a wealth of high-rise luxury living units have been erected with more underway.
Activities and Points of Interest:
Exploring History: Back Bay
Boston Public Garden
Boston Public Library