Inhabitants of Equity’s downtown Boston apartments enjoy the vibrant neighborhoods that the city is known for. Each neighborhood has their own special touches that set them apart.
The North End is known as Boston’s Little Italy and is surrounded by restaurants that specialize in regional Italian cooking. Here, foodies will find a never-ending smorgasbord of fine dining with restaurants that serve distinct flavors from all over Italy, including Puglia in the heel, Sicily, Napoli, the northern regions of Piedmont and Lombardy, and the Adriatic coast. In fact, there are more than 87 restaurants in North End. Residents of Equity’s downtown Boston apartments are within walking distance of many of these restaurants.
West End is known for its signs that read, “If You Lived Here…You’d Be Home Now.” This community is truly homey. It features a small, cozy community and cultural details that many cities lack. The West End Museum features the history of the area before the Urban Renewal of the 1950s and 1960s. The West End Community Center provides a place for residents to enjoy sports, recreation, and activities with their neighbors.
Beacon Hill is a vibrant community that likes to have events for its residents. In the winter there is the Winter Carnival and Annual Winter Dance sponsored by the Beacon Hill Civic Association. There are also free skating nights at the Common and chili and clam chowder dinners at the Hampshire House. Attractions include the Boston Public Gardens, the Headquarters of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, the Massachusetts State House, and many museums.
Boston’s Chinatown is the third largest Chinatown in the United States. Those who live in the downtown Boston apartments of Chinatown enjoy a quick walk to the financial district and the shopping areas of downtown. They also live among traditional Chinese culture, including Chinese community events such as New Year’s celebrations. The shops in this area include traditional Chinese food, clothing, and souvenirs.
Living downtown also puts inhabitants nearby the Red Socks’ stadium, Fenway Park. This is ideal for diehard baseball fans. A short drive from downtown, residents can attend a New England Patriots football game in Foxborough as well.
For those looking at moving into a downtown Boston apartment, the city provides residents with many unique neighborhoods to call home. Each one goes beyond the typical urban scene and offers a rich history, great food and culture that can only be found in this world class New England city. Equity’s downtown Boston apartments are located in each of these neighborhoods, conveniently located near the things that make Boston special.