Back Bay


The Prudential area is defined by its namesake commercial complex, the Prudential Center. This largely commercial neighborhood features a mix of old and new developments, and a variety of attractions that make for a quintessentially cosmopolitan lifestyle. 


Nestled in between the Upper Back Bay, Copley, and St. Botolph sub-neighborhoods, Prudential’s northern boundary runs along Boylston Street between Massachusetts Avenue and Exeter, which bound it on the west and east. Huntington Avenue, also from Massachusetts to Exeter, comprises its southern boundary.

One Dalton, Four Seasons Boston


The high spine was a heavy hitter for Back Bay this year producing 81 deals and $512,646,196 in volume (which made up 53% of all of Back Bay’s sale volume.) This sub-market now has six luxurious residential offerings which bolster  this area to lead the city in pricing: the Mandarin Oriental, the Clarendon, the Belvedere, Trinity Place, One Dalton (Four Seasons), and, most recently, The Raffles, which opened its doors in mid 2023.

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For more Lower Back Bay sales data and details on it’s sub-neighborhoods check out our Boston Luxury Real Estate Review >