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South Boston Waterfront, situated directly southeast across Ft. Point Channel from Downtown, includes the Fort Point neighborhood upon the western...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...