Newbury Street is lined with historic 19th-century brownstones that contain hundreds of elegant shops at all levels, museum quality art, specialty boutiques, and restaurants with outdoor cafes.
Some of the high end stores include Ralph Lauren, Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Donna Karan, Burberry, Cartier, Kate Spade as well as many more.
Newbury Street is a very popular destination for tourists and locals.
Boylston Street: Many prestigious shops, including the Prudential Center's indoor/outdoor shopping mall and the 500 Boylston Street complex.
Copley Place: Copley Place is connected to the Prudential Center by a glass-enclosed pedestrian bridge.
The area known as Back Bay consists of a large area including the Boston Public Garden to Massachusetts Avenue. A rather diverse group live in this neighborhood lending itself to be known as an intriguing location. This melting post is one of the most enjoyable places to live in the country.
Most famous perhaps is Newbury Street, home of numerous chic boutiques, galleries, sidewalk cafes & restaurants - a must see for any newcomer!
Although a residential neighborhood. most of the older apartments have converted to condominiums. The market for real estate here is quite competitive, as is most any location close to downtown.
Back to the City