Walk Score: 98 Transit Score: 100 Bike Score: 71
Comprised of just six square blocks, Bay Village is Boston’s smallest neighborhood. However, what this historic neighborhood lacks in size it makes up for in charm. Nestled between the Back Bay and the South End, Bay Village is known for its red brick townhouses, tree-lined streets, charming residential atmosphere and central proximity to luxury dining and entertainment options. Bay Village is also centrally located to some of Boston’s top employment hubs including the Financial District, the Prudential Center and the John Hancock tower.
Bay Village is convenient to multiple public transportation options including direct access along the MBTA Orange Line (Tufts Medical Center), MBTA Green Line (Arlington), Commuter Rail (Back Bay Station), multiple bus stops as well as excellent access to major thoroughfares I-90 and I-93.
The red brick townhouses in Bay Village mirror those in its sister neighborhood of Back Bay, but in a smaller, serene setting tucked behind Stuart Street. Near several restaurants, the recently developed Revere Hotel and the Theatre District, Bay Village provides all of the conveniences of luxury city-dwelling with a peaceful atmosphere from the hustle and bustle of the city center.