PORT45 is close to many interesting and culture-filled neighborhoods, including the South End, South Boston, Fort Point and Seaport. You have access to history, plays, museums and green space only a few minutes from your Boston condo.
South End is a neighborhood known for being lined with picturesque brick townhomes and relaxing pocket parks. This neighborhood is an excellent place to view iconic architecture including the Flemish Revival style, which mimics architectural styles in Belgium, and Second Empire style. The area's larger homes replicate the grand architecture of Paris. South End is also home to the Boston Center for the Arts, which contains three theater companies as well as an art gallery and studio space. In September, the neighborhood is a popular destination for art lovers as local artists host the event to showcase their work.
When summer comes along, you can walk from PORT45 to the multitude of parks and historical sites in this neighborhood. Enjoy outdoor events at the Lawn on D or explore Fort Independence on Castle Island. Dorchester Heights is a wonderful place to view fireworks and learn about battles against the British in the American Revolution.
The Seaport and Fort Point neighborhoods are home to the Harborwalk, where you can stroll by the water, as well as a multitude of museums, including the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Society of Arts and Crafts and the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. Explore history close to PORT45 by walking the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail, which passes 16 important sites throughout Boston, visiting the Bunker Hill Monument or enjoying the Public Garden. When summer comes, check out shows at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion. Once summer comes our way, there are a number of events to enjoy by the water, including Boston Harborfest.
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