Known as a vibrant and trendy community with a rich history, South End Boston offers abundant culture as well as dining and shopping. Close to Beacon Hill and downtown, South End Boston contains one of the largest urban Victorian architecture neighborhoods in the country. Home to the Boston Center for the Arts, it hosts the SoWa district on Harrison Avenue. With the neighborhood being close to I-90 and I-93, convenience is also a part of living here.
Studio apartments in South End Boston might rent for a bit under $1000 per month and be located in a renovated high rise. You’ll also find historic industrial-conversion lofts for $2300 for a one bedroom size or a two bedroom loft for approximately $3000. Another community offers a one bedroom flat for approximately $1800 and a two bedroom duplex for $2250. A three bedroom duplex is in the $3100 range.
Tremont Street in South End Boston hosts an array of restaurants, plus the streets of Washington and Harrison add even more to the mix. Enjoy BoMa Restaurant and Bar, located on Washington, for tapas and more. Across from the Medical Center, grab a bite at Harrison Deli or take family or friends to the Sarkis Antreassian Restaurant nearby. Within the immediate vicinity, you will be able to have Caribbean fare, Korean, Middle Eastern, Indian, French, Mexican and a whole lot more. Diversity is the name of the game here, and the restaurants provide a wonderful array of tasty dishes.
There are quite a few South End Boston apartments that allow cats and dogs. With Ramsey Park and Blackstone Square nearby, you and your dog will have much to explore. Get Rover ready for his walk at Bark Place, where do it yourself and professional grooming are the call. Boutique care and walking will have him spoiled and wanting more. And don't forget Kitty, with Boston Felines and Fidos on Columbus.
Bus service as well as the Metro Orange line are convenient to South End Boston, with a station found on Massachusetts Avenue or Back Bay. Along Washington Street, you will have access to the Silver line and abundant stations as well. I-90 is nearby, and if you go to Tufts University or The New England Medical Center, they may be within walking or biking distance. Amtrak is also accessed at the Back Bay Station.
Some of the schools that serve the neighborhood include Blackstone Elementary, Josiah Quincy Elementary, William Mckinley School, and others. Public schools are part of the Boston Public School District. Private and parochial schools, such as Cathedral Grammar School and Cathedral High School are in the area. With so many colleges and universities located in Boston, you will be close to all, especially Northeastern University, which is several blocks from South End.