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South Boston Waterfront, situated directly southeast across Ft. Point Channel from Downtown, includes the Fort Point neighborhood upon the western corner; Seaport World Trade Center, Marine Industrial Park to the east; and Fan Pier. All these...

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The South End is a Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood, bordered by Roxbury, Chinatown and the Back Bay. It easily is accessible by taking either the Silver, Green or Orange lines which are going to leave you in close proximity of the neighborhood.

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At one time a predominantly Irish Catholic neighborhood, in recent years this part of Boston has now become more and more desirable amongst families and young professionals attracted to the area's solid sense of community and easy access to public...

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At one time a barren waterfront that was packed with parking lots, a couple of businesses and a couple of old school restaurants, The Seaport District now is the hottest part of the city! This seaside segment of "Southie" finally has been enhanced...

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The North End, which is home to American patriot Paul Revere, is amongst the state of Boston's most historic communities. Traditionally an original stop for immigrants that arrived in Boston, this neighborhood is best known as an enclave for Italian...

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The Ladder District/Midtown region sits in the core of Boston and is bordered by Financial District to the North, Boston Common to the West, and Bay Village and Chinatown to the South. What was at one time a semi-wasteland for Downtown Crossing...

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The Leather District includes a small community east of Chinatown that is nestled between Kneeland Street and Dewey Square. The 9 distinct blocks are best known for their 19th century brick warehouse buildings. The leather market and associated...

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It's a community of 11 km2 (4.4 sq. miles) inside Boston, Massachusetts, United Sates. Founded by the Boston Puritans who sought farm land toward the south, Jamaica Plain originally was a portion of Roxbury. It seceded from the town of Roxbury as a...

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Fenway is named after the main thoroughfare, the Fenway, laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted.

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Eastie, or East Boston, is a Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood with around 40,000 residents. The community was created by linking multiple islands utilizing landfill. In 1836, East Boston was annexed by Boston. It's bordered by Winthrop, the...