Nestled between Chinatown and Downtown Crossing, Midtown has been experiencing a renaissance over the past five years and evolving into a new and exciting residential neighborhood. With industrial buildings being converted into contemporary condominiums and lofts and the construction of boutique hotels and residences, the neighborhood offers every possible luxury. Midtown’s proximity to the Theater District and the restored Boston Opera House makes indulging in an evening of the arts effortless. Dining hot spots, nightclubs, and lounges make it a popular destination for enjoying the Boston nightlife. Residents can enjoy strolling through the new 15-acre Rose Kennedy Greenway or historic Boston Common and Public Gardens. Yet, when Monday rolls around, it’s just a quick commute to the professional hub in the Financial District and Government Center.
Activities and Points of Interest:
Boston’s Historic Theater District
Boston Opera House
Rose Kennedy Greenway
Boston Common and Public Garden
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