Serving as Boston’s hub since the 1700s, Downtown offers a seamless combination of the historic and the modern, with numerous Revolutionary-era buildings nestled beside ultra-sleek skyscrapers. Renters have their choice of new condos and lofts in renovated buildings, many of which are situated within easy walking distance of world-class cultural amenities, dining options, boutique shopping, and over five miles of waterfront in Downtown Boston.
While Downtown Boston is often bustling with activity, plenty of parks and green space provide a scenic respite from city life, including the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Dewey Square, and Boston Common—the nation’s oldest public park. Some of the city’s most revered attractions are located in Downtown as well, such as the historic Freedom Trail, Haymarket, and Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Exceptional access to public transportation, major highways, and ferries in addition to a walkable design makes getting around from Downtown Boston easy.