A unique blend between Boston’s urban culture and its historic architecture can be found here in what many call the heart of the city. Stretching from Massachusetts Avenue to the Boston Public Garden, the tree-lined streets filled with brownstone homes introduce a new type of city living to many first-timers in Boston. The collection of boutiques, galleries, department stores, and restaurants found within the Prudential Center, Copley Place and on Newbury Street provide a shopping experience like no other found in New England. When one combines these qualities with the natural attributes of the Boston Common and the Esplanade on the Charles River, all topped by the additional architectural attractions found in the Trinity Church and Boston Public Library, the Back Bay quickly becomes a top choice for prospective renters and buyers. Apartments and condominiums vary from charming brownstones to New York style high-rises with concierge services.
About the Community
Commonwealth Avenue is lined with vintage brownstones and picturesque trees. You’ll find many many high-end and trendy shops along Newbury Street, with the Prudential center and skyscrapers down Boylston. The unique shops, trendy restaurants and beautiful vintage homes give this neighborhood it’s character – an extremely fashionable destination for Boston residents and visitors.It’s not an uncommon occurrence to spot celebrities wandering up and down these picture-perfect streets.
Travel is made easy via the city’s convenient and efficient Green Line T transportation. Commuters venturing beyond the city limits can catch a train to New York, Providence Rhode Island, or other east coast destinations at Back Bay Station.