Bustling urban district with convenient luxury apartments
Midtown is a bustling urban district in the heart of Boston. Homes in this vibrant area are just steps away from the Financial District, Government Center, and Downtown Crossing. Midtown offers incredible convenience close to Boston’s most popular shopping, dining, and nightlife. Housing options mostly consist of luxury apartments in high-rise full-service buildings. Some of the landmark contemporary buildings in this area include 45 Province, the Millennium Tower, Parkside, The Grandview, and The Residences at the Ritz Towers. The leafy and historic 50-acre Boston Commons serves as the neighborhood’s backyard. Midtown’s luxury apartments enjoying incredible views over the Commons and across the city.
Bustling urban district
Close to the Financial and Theater Districts
Midtown is at the center of daily life in Boston, with around 250,000 people passing through the district every day. Transportation links to other areas couldn’t be better. There are multiple MBTA stations connected to Boston’s Green, Red, and Orange lines, and if you’re working in the Financial District, you can commute on foot. Midtown residents can also walk to the Theater District and some of the city’s best shopping, dining, and nightlife areas.
Midtown is a major shopping, dining, and nightlife hub with large department stores and many revered restaurants. Legal Crossing at Millennium Place is an upscale seafood eatery with gourmet takes on classic New England cuisine. The Ritz Carlton’s Blu restaurant serves sophisticated seasonal American dishes in a dining space with spectacular city views. Artisan Bistro at the Ritz-Carlton offers an elevated take on classic American dishes. Menu highlights include lobster crepes at brunch and Georges Bank scallops at dinner. Sip Wine Bar & Kitchen pairs refined small plates with an impressive selection of wines available in quantities ranging from half a glass to a bottle.
Downtown Crossing is a pedestrian shopping district with an abundance of great places to shop and eat. Recommended restaurants here include authentic Neapolitan eatery Mast, romantic French spot Marliave, family-run specialty sandwich shop Sam LaGrassa’s, and classic American bar and grill Silvertone. More restaurants and retailers are easily accessible in the neighboring communities of Beacon Hill and Back Bay.
Midtown is right next to Boston’s Theater District where you can see Broadway shows and other cultural performances at historic venues such as The Opera House, Emerson Colonial Theatre, and Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre.
Boston Common was established in 1634, making it the oldest public park in the United States. This beautiful public park has been the site of many historic events: it served as a British army camp during the Revolutionary War, the Boston Bread Riots of 1713 centered on Boston Common, and it saw large gatherings of anti-slavery demonstrators in the run up to the American Civil War and anti-war protests during the Vietnam War. Martin Luther King Jr., Pope John Paul II, and President George W. Bush have all given speeches to large audiences at Boston Common. In addition, this sprawling park features a large grassy area used for events, baseball diamonds, and a frog pond with a winter ice skating rink. Boston Public Garden to Boston Common’s immediate west features 24 acres of botanical gardens and swan ponds.
Midtown belongs to the Boston Public School District. Highlights include:
Boston Latin, Public, 7-12 (ranked the best public school in Boston)
Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers, Public (Charter), 9-12