Newly popular and skirting the eastern edge of the Boston Common is a revitalized, mixed-use urban neighborhood known as Midtown. Popular with its nightlife offerings and Theater District as one end, this compact, walkable neighborhood boasts the chic W Hotel and residences anchoring one end of the district and the elegant Ritz-Carlton hotel and residences at its opposite end.
Midtown residential is comprised almost entirely of contemporary condominiums with a few renovated lofts repurposed from late 19th-century office and manufacturing buildings. Midtown's theaters, restaurants, boutique hotels and chic condominium developments, including The Ritz-Carlton Residences, 45 Province Street, Millennium Place, and Millennium Tower, make it an increasingly popular destination.
Served by the MBTA's red, orange and green lines, Midtown is just steps from the 50 acres of green that comprise the center stone in this city's famed Emerald Necklace of parklands, the historic Boston Common. In recent years, Midtown has become a choice neighborhood for Boston's young professionals.