Hyde Park

Friendly Suburban Lifestyle
Boston’s southernmost neighborhood is Hyde Park, a mostly suburban setting with a diverse community. The town’s motto is “A Small Town in the City”, and the friendly residents take great pride in this. The town was established in the 1660’s and became a huge manufacturing hub. Hyde Park also played a big part in America’s military history - it was home to the first-ever African-American army unit, the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment. With its release in 1989, the popular American war film “Glory” made the regiment famous. The Neponset River runs through the neighborhood’s center. The Stony Brook Reservation is a popular spot in town to visit. It features wildlife-viewings, ponds, and walking trails.

There is also a great restaurant and bar scene throughout the community’s main streets. Restaurants include ZAZ Restaurant, The Fairmount Grille, D Coal Pot, and Cappy's Pizzeria. Bars in the area include Victory Grille, Corrib Pub & Restaurant, and Napper Tandy's Rozzie. Hyde Park is perfect for those looking to live in a more suburban setting while being close to nearby Boston attractions.
What Hyde Park Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Hyde Park
Studio
$
1,810
1 Bedroom
$
2,105
2 Bedroom
$
2,360

Getting to Know
Hyde Park

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Enneking Pkwy to Brush Hill Rd
North to South Boundaries: Canterbury St to Neponset River