Bordering the Back Bay and located just opposite of the Prudential Center and Copley Place stirs this recently rejuvenated neighborhood. Within the South End’s borders, one can find a variety of housing opportunities, from the gated greens lined with charming bow front redbrick buildings to the modern loft-style units known for their spacious and open floor plans.
About the Community
Known for its artistic and diverse residents, top-notch restaurants, and inviting dive bars, the South End has established itself as a viable alternative to those seeking a home in the Back Bay. Helping to mold the area’s eclectic atmosphere is the Boston Center for the Arts and the Boston Ballet, each providing upper-tier talent.
Boston’s newest addition to the public transportation service can be found on Washington Street in the form of an express bus labeled the Silver Line, providing convenient access to destinations like Logan Airport, South Station, the World Trade Center, the New England Medical Center and all other T lines.