The North End is Boston's oldest neighborhood and the center of Italian culture. This neighborhood has retained its old warm charm, with streets still lined with narrow brick apartment buildings and traditional restaurants. Even though younger people are moving in and North End apartments are relatively easy to find, there are still many families who have lived there for generations. Considered by many to be the safest area of the city, the North End is filled with both historic sites and great dining. So, what’s good in the North End? Basically everything. The North End’s incredible Italian restaurants, cafes, and espresso bars make it among the city's most popular areas for visitors and Bostonians alike. If you want something on the go, try a fresh pizza from the original Pizzeria Regina, or get in line for a taste of the famous Mike’s Pastry. For younger crowds looking for some nightlife, a strip of popular Irish pubs lay just on the outskirts of the North End towards Government Center. Enjoy live music at one of these pubs or check out Improv Asylum for a comedy night. Recently, efforts have been made to bring the life and vitality of the North End to its waterfront. Several restaurants have begun offering seaside dining, and many old warehouses have been converted to luxury loft rentals. North End luxury apartments are available at the newly-constructed Michelle, 55 North, Archstone Avenir, to name a few. Units in North End luxury condo buildings also come on the market as rentals, view the listings below or contact us to learn more.
The North End is a great place to take in the sights and sounds of the city. When renting an apartment in Boston, consider the North End as your new place to call home.
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