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The Fenway neighborhood came to be in the 1870s. In the latter half of the 1800s tidal swamps and mud flats were a sanitary concern for all of Boston, so a park system was created for the city, now known as the Emerald Necklace. Now, the Fens (as it was called then) is known as Fenway park, where in nice weather you will find joggers, tons of people walking, and geese swimming leisurely in the Muddy River. Fenway park came to the neighborhood in 1912, and has since been the home of the Red Sox, and five of their World Series wins. More recently, the Fenway area has seen an increase in residential units being used for both on-campus and off-campus housing for nearby universities, and has maintained a large residential population in East Fenway for quite some time.
A cosmopolitan city neighborhood filled with colleges, museums, and green spaces, the Symphony area is a wonderful showcase of what Boston has to offer. The Symphony area is named aptly so for housing Symphony Hall- one of the top concert halls in the world and home to the award winning Boston Symphony Orchestra. Beautiful brownstones and lush tree lined streets characterize this neighbourhood’s residential streets, while larger apartment buildings and a wide variety of restaurants, bars, and coffee shops can be found on the larger streets like Huntington Ave and Massachusetts Ave. The Green Line E Line (Multiple stops) and the Orange Line (Massachusetts Ave Station) are in close proximity.
Ipswich St @ Boylston St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (5 min away)
Ipswich St @ Charlesgate E Bus Stop 0.3 mi (6 min away)
Massachusetts Ave @ Clearway St Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Massachusetts Ave opp Christian Science Ctr Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Albert Alphin Library