The South End’s Southwest Corridor Annex enjoys all the perks of city life – with the added bonus of easy access to one of Boston’s largest parks. The Southwest Corridor Park is a haven for naturists, families, and dog lovers—and close at hand are some of Boston’s tastiest eateries, plus some of the best nightlife the city has to offer.
The Southwest Corridor Annex includes Yarmouth, West Canton, Holyoke, and Braddock Park. A unique micro-corridor, this narrow neighborhood is tucked alongside the Southwest Corridor Park. The Prudential Center lies within walking distance of this attractive, accessible corner of Boston while the center of the South End commercial universe, Tremont Street, is only a few short blocks the other direction.
The Southwest Corridor Annex sees around eight sales per year with pricing over $1M. The average residence waits on the market for just over two weeks before an initial offer is made, and most units sell for around $1,130 per square foot.
For healthcare workers in need of easy access to some of Boston’s best respected hospitals, the Southwest Corridor Annex makes a great deal of sense with MBTA Green Line (or walking/biking) ease. Even more convenient is Back Bay Station, connecting the annexed neighborhood to the Financial District and on to Somerville or Roxbury via the Orange Line. Amtrak also services Back Bay Station which makes frequent train travel to NYC a breeze from this sub-neighborhood.. The quiet charm of the South End is magnified in this quaint area with minimal commercial enterprises while its proximity to the more vibrant Back Bay gives it added appeal to many.