Located in the heart of the city, Boston’s Waterfront neighborhood is one of the most desired places to live in the entire city. One of the main advantages of living in the Waterfront neighborhood is that it allows for easy access to all of Boston.
Waterfront residents can quickly access the Financial District and other neighborhoods simply by walking across the newly constructed Rose Kennedy Greenway. The area is also very well served by public transport, with the Aquarium (Blue Line) T stop and also South Station just minutes away.
The area is home to a handful of excellent parks, public artworks and some excellent food trucks - and, of course, amazing views of Boston Harbor.
The Harbor has always played an important role in Boston’s development, historically and culturally. Today, Boston’s Waterfront is continuing an active role in the fabric of Boston’s contemporary cultural scene, which gives the area a real positive vibe - particularly during the warm summer months.