Before South Boston became the "It" place to live by the water, there was "the" Waterfront and its close neighbor, the North End. These neighborhoods are steeped in history and are more established and esteemed than practically any other neighborhood in the city. The Rose Kennedy Greenway stitches the Waterfront back into the fabric of Boston, making it more accessible and enjoyable to live and play in. Whether you prefer a penthouse with views of the Harbor or a brick and beam with historical charm, Boston' Waterfront has you covered. Here's your chance to be right in the midst of it all, steps from the ocean, parks and the finest Italian cuisine outside of Italy.
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