Marked by the Citgo sign and Fenway Park, America’s oldest ballpark, Fenway is one of Boston’s most beloved neighborhoods. Located to the west of Back Bay and north of the South End, Boston’s Fenway neighborhood is so much more than just a ballpark. The Fenway area is home to multiple universities, retail stores, cultural attractions and new apartment developments.
Medical professionals lay claim to many condominiums in Fenway, a great option for those who work in the nearby Longwood Medical Area. Students and graduate students from Northeastern University, Wentworth, Simmons, MCPHS, Wheelock, MassArt, and Emmanual College call this area home.
Huntington Avenue, which forms the neighborhood’s border, is known as Boston’s “Avenue of the Arts.” Here you’ll find the Museum of Fine Arts, Symphony Hall, The Huntington Theatre, and more.
Of course, one couldn’t talk about Fenway without mentioning Fenway Park, home of the world champions, the Boston Red Sox. Catch a game and then hit the many local bars surrounding the area. While Fenway’s nightlife from live music to game watches characterize this area, residents know the hidden parks and tree-lined paths for running and recreation.
Fenway has been composed of charming, historic architecture. However, recently new developments have been breathing fresh life into the neighborhood. Filling in the neighborhood around local restaurants have been new high-rises and luxury condominiums.
Residents are attracted to Fenway due to its green space, walkability, and proximity to downtown Boston. Fenway is accessible via multiple stops on the Green Line, as well as the Orange Line at Ruggles. Become a part of Boston’s most beloved neighborhood. Start your Fenway apartment or condo search by looking through our listings, or contact an Advisors Living Residential Specialist today!