Welcome to North End
The North End is Boston's oldest residential neighborhood, and its most vital. Nestled in between the waterfront and the new Rose Kennedy Greenway and just steps away from Faneuil Hall and the commerce, culture, and shopping of Boston, the North End is just about perfectly located.
This bustling peninsula, first settled by the Puritans, was and is perhaps best known historically for resident Paul Revere's Horseback ride in 1775. The "Old North Church" and the Paul Revere House, now a museum, are two of the many sites to be enjoyed today along the Freedom Trail.
The North End is a joyful and diverse neighborhood ranging from Haymarket Square, Hanover Street's coffee and pastry shops, Salem Street's butcher shops and bakeries, to the wonderful restaurants almost everywhere you look, and the businesses and high-rises of Commercial Street and Atlantic Avenue.
Everything is close in the North End, including the multi-family homes which often abut one another. Living options run the gamut from cozy apartments to luxurious condominiums. All are complete with North End's unique character and charm.