Highly accessible and ever practical, Boston’s Worcester Square area flanks Boston University’s Medical Campus. Populated by a host of restaurants, fitness boutiques, and tree-lined streets, Worcester Square offers easy access to numerous green spaces, and represents an attractive option for those seeking practical elegance.
Worcester Square’s borders are marked by Massachusetts Avenue, plus Albany, Washington, and East Canton Streets. The Silver Line (S4, S5) runs up and down Washington Street throughout the day/night connecting Worcester Square residents to Downtown Crossing and Dudley Square.
The Worcester Square area averages approximately 15 sales over $1M per year. Generally, one can expect listings to be on the market for 30 days. Worcester Square’s price per square foot averages slightly below the South End average at $879.
Home to just over two thousand residents, the median age in Worcester Square is 33. This young population enjoys views of the South End Burying Ground, a rare arboretum perspective for the neighborhood’s residents and passersby. Worcester Square itself features a delightful, grassy and gated park that plays host throughout the year to a variety of events and concerts for neighborhood residents, including the popular tree-lighting and visit from Santa in December. And there’s no shortage of dining options: Worcester Square’s inhabitants enjoy tapas at Toro, enchiladas at El Centro, Venezuelan cuisine at Orinoco or Italian at Stella – to name just a few.