This historic and diverse South End looks much like the Back Bay with its brick rowhouses and brownstones found throughout. The South End is regarded for having a more neighborhood-like setting with shorter, quiet, tree lined streets, parks and squares. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and continuously preserved by the South End Historical Society and Landmarks Commission, the neighborhood maintains its historic character.
Today the South End has become an extremely popular place to live. From young professionals and couples up to empty nesters it has been a growing neighborhood since the late 1900’s. Home to many artists in the SoWa District as well as a culinary enclave of restaurants, the South End has become one of the hottest neighborhoods to both visit as well as settle down. In more recent years the SoWa District has seen increased popularity with many restaurants, services as well as residential buildings being built.
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