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Distinguished & Desirable

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.


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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.

Boston's South End, Massachusetts

South End

Market Insights

  • The number of closings in the South End has decreased by over 55% quarter over quarter due to the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with the lack of new buildings delivering in 2020
  • Despite this dramatic decrease, closing are still up compared to Q1 2020, though this may be attributed to the seasonality of the Boston condo market
  • This quarter’s primary sales activity took place at 100 Shawmut (5 units under agreement in MLS). – Next highest # of sales in a single building: Sepia, two resales
  • The Factory (46 Wareham) is slated to deliver in 2020 but did not formally start selling in Q2 2020 on MLS.
  • Q2 2020 had 101 units go under agreement while Q2 2019 had 140 units go under agreement, down 28% year over year.
  • On June 30th 2019, there were 66 homes on the market in the South End. On June 30th 2020, there were 169 homes on the market, a 156% increase.
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