Kenmore Square / Fenway

Kenmore Square and Fenway is a dense urban neighborhood set against a backdrop of appealing open, green spaces, including the Fens and the Fenway Victory Gardens, celebrated as the oldest in the nation. The area is beloved by sports fans as home to iconic Fenway Park, the oldest Ballpark in America, housing the Major League Baseball team, World Champion Boston Red Sox. Many of Boston’s finest cultural institutions beckon the arts minded with the Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Massachusetts Historical Society all within walking distance of one another. The Fenway also boasts several universities, art schools, and world-renowned medical facilities. Kenmore Square serves as the community’s commercial hub drawing visitors and locals to its vast array of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.  Public Transportation is served by all 3 branches of the Green Line and commuter options include easy access to Storrow and Memorial Drives and the Riverway connecting to Routes 9 and 128 to the west.

Real Estate in Kenmore Square/Fenway

Bostonians are astounded by the transformation underway in the Fenway. Numerous mixed use and housing developments are underway, most recently the Harlow Apartments and Pierce Boston being touted as inarguably the most exciting new housing in the City.

Activities and Points of Interest

Fenway Cultural District
https://www.boston.gov/departments/arts-and-culture/cultural-districts/fenway-cultural-district
The Fens
https://www.boston.gov/parks/back-bay-fens
Museum of Fine Arts
http://www.mfa.org/
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
http://www.gardnermuseum.org/
Massachusetts Historical Society
http://masshist.org/
Fenway Cultural District
http://www.fenwayculture.org/MainSite/
Fenway Park
http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/bos/ballpark/index.jsp
Victory Garden
http://www.fenwayvictorygardens.com/history.html

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