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- Available: 08-15-2020
Once an actual bay, the Back Bay was built on top of wasteland created by a dam that no longer allowed for trash and waste to be taken further out to sea. Now, this picturesque area is a shopping and restaurant hub, with assorted green spaces and twinkling lights. The architecture is largely Parisian inspired, featuring the wide, parallel avenues lined with brownstones and tall trees influenced by the then recent Renovation of Paris. The Back Bay is a protected historic district with strict rules and regulations that govern its manicured aesthetic to preserve it as best as possible and is home to prominent Boston markers, including: Copley Square, The Prudential Center, the Boston Public Library, and many more.
The Fenway neighborhood is one of the iconic neighborhoods of Boston. Easily accessible from the orange and green MBTA lines, it is characterized by brownstone townhomes, brick walk-ups, and plenty of small businesses. In Fenway you will find plenty of fine stores and great schools such as: Northeastern University, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Berklee College of Music, Mass College of Art and design and Harvard Medical School. Fenway is also home to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, two world renowned museums with iconic collections. Other points of interest in the Fenway area are the iconic Citgo sign in Kenmore square, plenty of sports bars, and of course, Fenway park, home of the Boston Red Sox.
Boylston St @ Jersey St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (4 min away)
Ipswich St @ Boylston St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Jersey St @ Boylston Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Queensberry St @ Jersey St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (2 min away)
Blackjack Pasta Bar
The Baseball Tavern