The live-and-work Midtown region sits in the core of Boston, bordered by the Financial District to the North, Boston Common to the West, and Bay Village and Chinatown to the South. The district enjoys all-hour popularity, as well as luxury concierge living directly on Boston Common’s corner. 

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One of Boston's newest neighborhoods, Midtown refers to a combination of all the city's core districts: The Financial District, Government Center, and Downtown Crossing. The area's highly desirable location made it an ideal investment opportunity for Bostonians working nearby. The emerging neighborhood is still evolving, taking shape around the towering high-rises at its heart.

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Real Estate

What was once a semi-wasteland for Downtown Crossing shoppers has transformed into Boston’s trendiest place to be. Boston's Midtown is home to a relatively new, small cluster of doorman buildings. The most notable full-service buildings include The Residences at the Ritz Towers, the 45 Province, and Parkside. Almost all come with picturesque views of the Common, Public Garden, Charles River, Financial District, and Boston Harbor.

Whether you join residents at Boston’s newest and tallest residential structure, the Millennium Tower (a 442-unit high-rise completed in 2016), or the recently completed Grandview Condominiums overlooking the Boston Common, you’ll love this region of Boston and everything it has to offer.

2018 Statistics*

  • Median Sale Price: $985,000

  • Average Sale Price: $1,290,443

  • Average Price Per Square Foot: $945

  • Single-Family Homes Sold: N/A

  • Highest Single-Family Home Sale Price: $N/A

  • Condominiums Sold: 223

  • Highest Condominium Sale Price: $10,200,000

*For the most up-to-date real estate market analysis of the neighborhood, contact us directly.




Midtown Lifestyle

You don’t have to go far to find entertainment and amenities: prime retailers, performing arts, and excellent restaurants are all at your fingertips, with fantastic workout facilities, a twenty-screen Loews cinemaplex, and all four MBTA lines only a walk away.