Travel Tuesday | Boston, Massachusetts


Travel Tuesday | Boston, Massachusetts

It’s Travel Tuesday once again and we are heading to Boston, Massachusetts!

Check out this listing from our good friends over at Chinatti Realty!

Welcome to 45 Hancock Street in Boston's historic Beacon Hill neighborhood. This beautiful multifamily offers 5 units and has a total of 10 beds and 5 baths. Each unit is a full floor, in this historic stone brick building. Plus, there is an unfinished basement and laundry in the building. Original features such as high ceilings, decorative fireplaces, and built-ins are combined with modern amenities like stainless steel appliances and modern light fixtures, to create comfortable and stylish living spaces. Top floor unit has beautiful skylights and the exterior features an improved patio on the ground floor, amazing for entertaining space. This is a great opportunity to own a multi-family property in one of Boston's most desirable neighborhoods. The location is ideal, as it is close to public transportation, Whole Foods, the Charles River, Boston Commons, Downtown Crossing, Newbury Street, and the North End. 10 beds and 5 baths, this property has the potential to generate great income!

Contact Jason Posnick for more details, or click here!

More about Boston:

Boston constructed the first public park, Boston Common in 1634; the first public school, Boston Latin, in 1635; and the first subway system in the nation, known as the Tremont Street Subway, in 1897. Then there’s the first inoculation, telephone, and industrial arts school (not to brag). Newer firsts include the Big Dig, which set a precedent for smart urban planning around the globe, and of course there’s the first social media network (Facebook) too.

With all those firsts, it’s easy to understand that Boston ranked fifth in the world for innovation in 2017. Some of the “innovation friendly” factors include cultural assets, education centers, transportation, and biking or walking accessibility. Of course, the city’s world-renowned research institutions like MIT, Harvard, and Tufts add to this cutting-edge clout, as do the thousands of digital startups and entrepreneurs that have set up operations here.

As the above innovation index notes, “Boston is a place where you can have serendipitous connections, unlike U.S. cities where you can’t get out of your car.” It’s true—with its small scale, extensive public transit, network of bike paths, and abundant park space, Boston is a city built for meeting new people, sharing ideas, and collaboration.

In the 19th century, acclaimed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted laid out his plan for a sprawling Emerald Necklace surrounding the city. From original green space like the Esplanade on the Charles River, the Back Bay Fens, and Boston Common to newer iterations like the 15-acre Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, all Boston neighborhoods offer outdoor opportunities for fresh air and exercise without having to leave the city limits.

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