Boston’s Downtown or Midtown neighborhood can be considered the heart of the city. It contains numerous luxury condominium buildings, high rises, office buildings and trendy restaurants. Bordered by the affluent Back Bay, Beacon Hill, North End and Waterfront neighborhoods residents enjoy extremely access to all corners of the city.
Midtown comes alive each weekday around noontime as thousands of professionals and other downtown employees break for lunch or run errands. It is home to Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, two of Boston’s most famous tourist attractions full of upscale restaurants, bars and stores. The Rose Kennedy Greenway also offers a lovely eastern edge of the Downtown area, providing beautiful green space for residents to enjoy warm summer days.
The Downtown-Midtown area has a great deal to offer anyone from a variety of price points. Whether it be a small place to commute to work from, a larger townhouse or a vacation apartment retreat, this neighborhood is an excellent option for those who enjoy a modern, lively environment.
Midtown Real Estate
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