Corporate Housing in Boston, MA, metro | 16 total

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Boston comprises 23 unique neighborhoods. Together, they make the city and metro area a great place for a short-term stay in corporate housing. Here’s a quick look at major neighborhoods.

Downtown Boston is dominated by business and tourism, with an abundance of shopping, dining, and historic landmarks. If you’re staying downtown, you’ll have easy access to public transportation, the Downtown Crossing shopping district, Boston Common, and some of the best food in the city.

Allston is one of the neighborhoods closest to Boston’s colleges and universities, providing the community with a youthful vibe that infuses local restaurants, shops, bars, and clubs. The neighborhood is also home to some of the best ethnic food in the city.

Back Bay is one of Boston's trendiest neighborhoods, thanks to its quaint shop-lined streets and locally owned restaurants. This is where many of Boston's most notable figures live. This fashionable neighborhood is also home to the Boston Conservatory, Copley Square, and the Boston Public Library.

Chinatown is known for its Asian restaurants and shops. Next to Chinatown is the Leather District. These two neighborhoods are often combined as one community. Like Chinatown, the Leather District enjoys fantastic restaurants, shops, and cafes, and is popular with single professionals and students.

The South End is the largest intact Victorian row house district in the country, covering 300 acres. It’s also generally recognized as Boston’s gay and lesbian neighborhood.

Dorchester stands out for its wide array of recreational opportunities. It is home to Franklin Park, which offers walking paths, an 18-hole golf course, and even a zoo.

Hyde Park is Boston's southernmost neighborhood and is home to the George Wright Golf Course.

Learn more about Boston’s neighborhoods here.

Heading to Boston for a business trip or long vacation? Learn more about top restaurants, attractions, nightlife, and sports in the city in our guide to Things to Do in Boston on an Extended Stay.

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