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South Boston

Home to Dorchester Heights and other hills where George Washington's army set up cannon to force the British out of Boston in 1776, this urban neighborhood has a strong sense of history and tradition. Affectionately nicknamed "Southie," this neighborhood has recently seen an influx of young professionals and families over the years along with new housing stock.

Amidst this housing boom, Southie has retained much of its charm and character with quaint, rowhouse lined streets that are only minutes by walk from the waterfront. 

Southie also has excellent access to major highways, the airport, and the ocean which makes it a unique and convenient location. Among the tried and true classic restaurants and bars, you'll find some newcomers sprinkled into the mix giving Southie a refreshed, yet classic feel. There truly is something for everyone in this neighborhood. 

St. Patrick's Day Pride 

Southie is home to one of the largest St. Patrick's Dy parades in the country which has been running since 1901. The parade runs from West Broadway to East Broadway and finishes at Farragut Road. Each year, it draws in tens of thousands of participants to join in on celebrating Boston's rich Irish-American history. 

Beach Town Feel

Between Pleasure Bay and M Street Beach, you have plenty of access to the salty sea air and sand. Between Pleasure Bay and M Street Beach you'll find a plethora of Yacht clubs, including the South Boston, Columbia and Boston Harbor Yacht clubs. Pleasure Bay is also home to Castle Island and Murphy Memorial Skating Rink. 

If you keep going south from M Street Beach, you'll hit Joe Moakley Park which borders Carson Beach. This park is perched right on the water and features baseball & soccer fields as well as a jogging track. 

Culture Trip 

Check out the Institute of Contemporary Art, a striking contemporary art & performance space with glass-filled walls that overlooks the harbor. After that, head on over to the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum which sits floating on the water with live reenactments, multimedia exhibits and a tearoom.