South Boston

Friendly and Hopping
South Boston is known for its strong Irish-American ties. Filled with taverns, pubs, diners, and pizzerias, there are plenty of places to enjoy food, family, and friends. South Boston played an important role in the American Revolutionary war. Dorchester Heights marks the signature war site and now offers beautiful downtown skyline views. The plentiful green spaces, with their walking and jogging trails, make South Boston a great place to live. Residents can also visit Fort Independence on Castle Island, which is quite the historic site. The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center also host various conventions and exhibitions throughout the year.

South Boston has great eateries and bars for a quick bite and a beer. Many of them are highly-rated and recommended by the locals of South Boston, which makes it easy for newcomers in town to enjoy. Restaurants in the area include Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant, Alfredo's Italian Kitchen, The Paramount, Cafe Polonia, and Fuji At Ink Block. Bars that are right outside of town that the locals like to visit include Bukowski Tavern, Champions, Corner Pub, and Battery Park Bar & Patio. South Boston is a friendly community, alive with history and plenty to do.
What South Boston Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.0
value
7.0
amenities
8.0
social
7.5
management
7.3
Median rents in South Boston
Studio
$
3,175
1 Bedroom
$
3,580
2 Bedroom
$
4,510

Living in
South Boston

Amazing Restaurants
Centrally Located
Historic
Taverns
Lively
Walkable
Up-and-Coming
South Boston — 8.6/10 Rating (based on 5 neighborhood reviews)
In South Boston, I feel that you get more space in apartments than you would find within a rental in the city. However, it is very up and coming, so rents have been on the rise! There are tons of new shops and restaurants coming to the area, and it is a great place to start a family.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
202 W Broadway
The Seaport District has developed into a 18 hour-a-day community with office, residential, retail, and restaurants. The inclusion of the new parcels being developed closer to the Financial District will only continue this trend.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Park Lane Seaport
Wish there was a grocery store! Close to the T. Quiet in the mornings -- lively at night. Great for listening to concerts. You grow accustomed to the fish smell.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Park Lane Seaport
Pros: close to the highways, airport, water. Cons: lots of construction in the area, lots of basics and bros walking the streets to the bars in the evening which are a bit irritating. I'm glad I have a car because there isn't a walkable grocery store or CVS in the area.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Waterside Place
Pros: Amazing restaurants within walking distance, convent location in between Seaport and Financial District. Close walk to work

Cons: No grocery store, casual restaurants
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
315 on A


Getting to Know
South Boston

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Southeast Expy to Dorchester Bay
North to South Boundaries: Boston Main Channel to Old Harbor
dining
Barking Crab
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant
Loco Taqueria and Oyster Bar
Strega Waterfront
Supreme House Of Pizza
grocery
Foodies Urban Market
Whole Foods
convenience
7-Eleven
CVS Pharmacy
Rite Aid
fitness
South Boston Yoga
parks
Fort Independence Park
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway
South Boston Bark Park
coffee
Barrington Coffee Roasting Company
Blue State Coffee
bus
11 (bus)
7 (bus)
9 (bus)
rail
South Station

Best Apartments
in South Boston


Studio $2,555
1 Bed $2,605
2 Beds $3,835

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1 Bed $3,549
2 Beds $4,107
3 Beds $4,724

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1 Bed $2,400
2 Beds $3,000

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2 Beds $3,973

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1 Bed $2,705
2 Beds $3,665

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1 Bed $2,000
2 Beds $2,450
3 Beds $3,250

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