Over the past decade, this neighborhood has earned its recognition with Back Bay and Beacon Hill as one of Boston’s most desirable places to live. The South End has many quiet, tree lined streets and distinct neighborhood feel. The housing landscape is largely comprised of Victorian brick row houses, boutique luxury buildings and lofts.
Several larger new construction developments, including 100 Shawmut & 88 Wareham, add to the diverse housing stock of this highly sought-after neighborhood. Numerous boutiques, a thriving culinary scene, and art galleries offer endless cultural entertainment options.
Close proximity to the Back Bay, Bay Village and downtown Boston make the South End a highly desirable area to live and work.