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Living In Allston

If you’re looking for a fun neighborhood with young people, music and lots of international food, Allston apartments are for you. Allston apartments are a popular spot for students going to Boston University, Boston College and Harvard University, Allston has a rich cultural history. The center of Boston’s music scene from the 60s to 80s. Allston was a mecca for local and international music, ...

Living in Back Bay

It can be hard to imagine while walking along chic streets with designer stores and patio cafes, that Boston’s Back Bay was once a literal bay. In the 1800s, overcrowding in Boston forced the city to fill in the bay and create a new neighborhood—Back Bay. At its center is Copley Square, where you can find concerts and farmers markets during the summer. Along ...

Living in Beacon Hill

Surrounded by charm, Beacon Hill apartments make you feel like you’ve taken a trip to Europe. If you’re looking for elegance and charm within walking distance to the subway and some of Boston’s major institutions, Beacon Hill is for you. It is not hard to believe why. In fact, Thrillist ranked it the #1 most beautiful neighborhood in America. Tree-lined, cobblestoned streets with gas lamps ...

Living in Brighton

Part of the Allston-Brighton neighborhood, Brighton is the much quieter residential half that mixes longtime locals with students. Located right near Boston University and Boston College, Brighton was once a part of Cambridge. Known as “Little Cambridge,” it was a prosperous rural area. A major market for cattle in 1775, it was a supplier of food to the Continental Army, but legislation post war ...

Living in Brookline

If you’re looking for a quiet area with lots of space and close to Boston, Brookline apartments are a perfect fit. Brookline is a neighborhood in Boston with easy access to Brighton, Allston, Fenway-Kenmore, Mission Hill and more. Settled in 1638, Brookline is rich in history. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, lived here. It was also home to Frederick ...

Living In Charlestown

Charlestown A historic city neighborhood with small-town sensibility. As Boston’s oldest neighborhood—established in the 1600s—a sense of colonial charm permeates the streets and parks of Charlestown. Geographically, the neighborhood is set apart from the rest of the city, occupying a small peninsula north of downtown Boston. Still, Charlestown is right next door to the North End food scene, and within driving distance of Back …

Living in Fenway

Whether you’re new to Boston or have been here for a bit, it’s easy to think that the only thing in Fenway is America’s oldest baseball park. While this is true, Fenway is so much more. A burst of development has turned this land of sports bars into a bustling center of music, art, food and shopping. Hungry? A stroll down the street will ...

Living In Mission Hill

Explore Living In Mission Hill Located near the Longwood Medical Area, Mission Hill is close to several major hospitals, including Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women and Beth Israel Deaconess. Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Joslin Diabetes Center are nearby.  New England Baptist is at the very top of “The Hill.” It’s also within walking distance Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Northeastern ...

Living in the North End

Winding, cobblestoned alleys. Charming street signs and delicious smells of Italian cooking. No, you’re not in Europe. You’re in Boston’s North End. Though only .36 square miles, this tiny neighborhood is a mecca of food and charm, bringing thousands of people to it daily. Settled in the 1630s, it is Boston’s oldest residential community and has welcomed people from all walks of life. During ...

Living in the South End

Victorian homes, brick sidewalks and tiny parks make walking in the South End sheer pleasure. Home to the largest intact Victorian row house district in the country, the South End has seen its share of transformation. Like Back Bay, the area was mostly wetlands until the city began to fill it in the 1840s. In the 1850s, architect Charles Bulfinch created a vision for ...

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