While many cities are defined by their skylines, Boston is distinguished
by its proud and diverse neighborhoods.
Back Bay is one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods and is on the National Register of Historic Places as a best-preserved example of 19th-century urban architecture.
Beacon Hill is about one square mile in size, and has iconic residential homes and condos. It also offers antique stores, grocers, boutiques, and local restaurants.
harlestown, the second oldest neighborhood in Boston, is home to the world’s oldest commissioned naval ship, U.S.S. Constitution, as well as historical landmarks Bunker Hill Monument and Charlestown Navy Yard.
Located just across the Boston Harbor, homes in East Boston are minutes from the North End and Midtown.
Midtown offers an easy walk to downtown, the Theater District, Boston Common, and shops on Charles Street and Newbury Street.
The Seaport District, also known as the “Innovation District,” is one of the only neighborhoods in Boston with direct water access.
South Boston, or “Southie” as residents say, is one of the oldest and most historic neighborhoods in the country.
The South End is home to eleven residential parks, sixteen community gardens, restaurants, art galleries, and specialty boutiques
Waterfront / North End
The Boston Waterfront & North End neighborhoods are northeast of the Financial District and the West End.