Why is this neighborhood on the radar?
Consider a few reasons Fenway is on the map.
It’s the Healthiest Place to Live in Boston:
Fenway topped the list of best neighborhoods in Boston for living well, according to Trulia. With almost immediate access to some of the best hospitals in the nation, Fenway’s streets ranked high in safety as far as walking, running, and biking. Taking into account Boston’s effort to enforce the lower speed limit on all its city streets, this can help you breathe a little easier as you rush for your morning commute or take your jog around the block.
Yes, the Red Sox. You may think noisy, but remember its 2002 purchase to John Henry, who, along with the Boston Redevelopment Authority, strategically planned for Fenway’s future, which we are now seeing the abundant results. A revamping of the neighborhood has ushered in a new generation whose lifestyle reflects Boston’s changing personality. Gone are lifeless commercial lots, replaced by essentials for daily living, (think Wegman’s at Landmark). With buzzing restaurants and boutique hotels springing up, the neighborhood is thriving, and residents want to make Fenway home. Not just home to the famous ball club, but where an investment in real estate is a smart move. Almost half of the condos in The Pierce have already been preleased.
Education and Culture Abound:
Whether you are a student or educator at Northeastern, Berklee, perhaps a member of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, you are just a short walk or T stop away from your landing place. Young professionals have been settling in Fenway, while empty-nesters have closed a chapter to their suburban story and opened a new one here, taking advantage of the conveniences Fenway offers.
Yes, Fenway has changed, it has grown. However, Fenway remains unique. The real estate opportunities may not remain, though, and now is the time to make your move.
Where do you start your search? New residential communities such as The Pierce, Olmstead Place, and Fenway Triangle define Boston luxury living. Availability starts at studios for lease to condos to own. Hard to find condos ideally located on Park Street, Stoneham, and Belvidere are amazingly available, accessing the endless amenities Fenway has to offer. Call me for reliable, trustworthy, and up to date real estate information. For investors, these opportunities will not wait.
— Lisa Sheehan, contact me at (978) 821-4023.