Back Bay

Back Bay

Boston’s Back Bay has always been one of the city’s most extravagant neighborhoods. Whether it’s restaurants, museums, office buildings, churches, spas or shops, Back Bay strives to offer Boston’s best, and nothing less will do. Similarly, the Back Bay condo market draws the same lines. For a long time, most residences consisted of two or three level brick stones. In recent years, however, supporting Boston’s condo boom, many luxurious condo buildings have risen up or been carved out of old buildings. Condo buildings such as 360 Newbury, The Belvedere and Mandarin Oriental, compete with and surpass what any city has to offer when it comes to uniqueness, level of amenities, and luxuriousness.

Since Bostonians created the Back Bay neighborhood with the land reclamation project that began back in 1820, it has always been one of the grandest areas to live in the city. The newest Back Bay condos only add to this perception. Back Bay landmarks include Newbury Street, Boylston Street, The Boston Public Library, Trinity Church, Prudential Buildings, and the Hancock Buildings.