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Road Trip! Five Fall Activities Worth a Drive

Living in a city can sometimes be overwhelming. As the leaves start changing and the air becomes crispy, jumping in the car for a day trip could be just what you need. Our neighborhood has so much going on, so it is easy to forget the fun to be had in the surrounding areas. Grab a friend, venture out, and enjoy the good ol’ New England lifestyle at these October events:

Live in The Fenway: Your Way

From 1330 Boylston Street to the new Van Ness building, we want you to live in The Fenway - on your terms. Each of our buildings are designed with different aesthetics so you can find a lifestyle you love. Check out all of our properties below to see where you can fit in!

Seven Best Lunch Places in The Fenway

You forgot pack lunch for work today and you don’t want to drain your bank account. Ok, maybe you planned on grabbing lunch so you could slip out of the office for a while. Be it a quick burger, some afternoon noodles, or even a mid-day snack, here are some of the go-to spots to frequent in the Fenway:

The Fenway Offers Convenient, Green Access to Boston

One of the advantages to living in a neighborhood like the Fenway is the easy access to the city. Surrounding neighborhoods like Back Bay, South End, Cambridge and Jamaica Plain are a stones-throw away.

What's Going On Up There? Van Ness

If you’ve walked down Boylston or Van Ness Streets lately, you’ve seen it. Van Ness is happening…but what exactly is going up there? And what does Gumby have to do with it?*

Space and the New Start-Up

Space is like the omnipresent silent character in start-up mythology. Dorm rooms, garages, unoccupied classrooms at odd hours of the night…these are the storied incubators of some of tech’s tallest giants. But what happens when it’s time for a start-up to grow up? Does space really matter if you have a great vision and brilliant programmers? If you’re looking for a first space, or a new space, how can you make the best choice for your team?

Basho Japanese Brasserie

Basho is the first modern Japanese brasserie to hit Boston, serving the freshest and most high-quality ingredients and sushi (flown in daily from around the world).

Citizen Public House & Oyster Bar

The Citizen Pub is a modern neighborhood tavern located behind Fenway Park. Chef Brian Reyelt’s menu is a fresh twist on Tavern Cuisine. The bar features craft cocktails, world-class wines, a selection of over 200 whiskeys, and local and national micro-brews.

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Tasty Burger

Born behind Fenway Park in Boston, Tasty Burger instantly became one of Boston’s favorite neighborhood Burger joints. Tasty Burger represents the fruition of our goal to create a Modern Fast Food Burger restaurant with the old school sensibilities of the great early places that created the genre.

Yard House

When the craft beer revolution began nearly 20 years ago, Yard House was there pioneering the way. Taking its vast experience with brews and breweries and coupling it with a kitchen that prepares over 100 items made from scratch daily, Yard House has become a modern public house where food and beer lovers unite.

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