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About Back Bay
The Back Bay is historically and architecturally unique and one of Boston’s premier neighborhoods. The area was formed from 1857 to 1880 by filling tidal waters of the Charles River with quarry stone from the western suburbs, adding 450 acres to the city. Newbury Street is one of America’s 10 most famous shopping addresses, and provides fine cuisine and outside dining to catch up with neighbors or do some people-watching. Commonwealth Avenue is a grand boulevard and provides a wide central pedestrian parkway filled with mature trees, grass walkways and statues. It is overlooked by exquisite Brownstone buildings and Social Clubs, and completes the first section of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace, beginning with the Public Garden and Boston Common. Marlborough Street is a quiet tree-lined refuge appreciated by many residents and newcomers alike. Beacon Street overlooks the Charles River with its ever-changing views of sailboats and sunsets.
We may be biased because for Century 21 Cityside, there is no place like the Back Bay. It’s where our heart is, and where our office has been located for 40+ years. Every block is unique and inspiring, with well known areas like the Boston Public Library, Boston Public Gardens and Newbury Street shopping. We want to mention the “hidden gems” of the Back Bay but there are too many possibilities and our suggestions will depend on what you enjoy about life. We look forward to sharing the history and lifestyle of this great neighborhood with you.
Back Bay Real Estate Pricing – 2021 Sold Condos
Average Sold Price: $2,346,382
Average Price / SF: $1,396
Average Days to Offer: 102
Property data provided by MLSPIN.