Commonly and fondly referred to as ‘Eastie’, East Boston is located directly across Boston Harbor from the North End and Financial District. Formerly a gritty dockland landscape, East Boston has emerged as Boston’s next hot neighborhood spurring an onslaught of development projects including Portside at East Pier, 282 Marginal Street, 151 Liverpool, Clippership Wharf and 6 New Street. Money Magazine recently ranked the Jeffries Point section of East Boston as the 4th ‘Best Places to Live.’
The neighborhood offers easy access to Downtown Boston with numerous transportation options including the Blue Line MBTA at Maverick Square Station and Airport Station, seven (7) MBTA Bus Stops and highways I-90, I-93 and Route 1. Additionally, the Boston Logan International Airport is just a few minutes drive.
East Boston is its own peninsula with waterfront property along the neighborhood’s edges. Removed from the commotion of the bustling city, East Boston’s tranquil neighborhood, welcomes young professionals and families. Luxury residences are tucked between surrounding parks and recreational spaces and are just a short distance to Boston’s Logan International Airport for travel to and from the city. Grocery stores and shops are interwoven in the neighborhood. Paths along the waterfront give residents scenic walks and runs peering out to the Boston Downtown skyline, making East Boston its own peaceful neighborhood just outside the city.