Downtown Crossing is one of the country’s oldest neighborhoods with its roots dating back to the 17th century. It wasn’t until we entered the 19th century that the area had been regarded as a retail center with the opening of the flagship store of Filene’s. The Beaux Arts structure had stood at the current site of what is now home to the popular Millennium Tower. Most Bostonians would associate the Downtown Crossing neighborhood with being a busy area with shopping, business and industry during the day, and a drastic contrast with quiet and desolate streets at night. Today, however, the Downtown and Midtown neighborhoods are not only drenched with business, but are becoming residential areas with many buildings being built or are in the planning stages. Close to Back Bay’s shopping, The Boston Common, Beacon Hill, Financial District and a handful of blocks to the water make for a great location to live.
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