Close to everything

…at the heart of Downtown Boston

Forecaster 121 residents enjoy easy access to the neighborhood, the city, and the world—all from our front door.

Our neighborhood, known as the Bulfinch Triangle Historic District, is steadily emerging as one of Boston’s premier residential areas, where yesterday’s charm and character blend with today’s cosmopolitan flair. Ever since the completion of the “Big Dig,” the Bulfinch Triangle has been recognized as an incredibly convenient pedestrian and transit-oriented location and today boasts a lively community of residences, businesses, shops, restaurants, cafés, and nightlife.

We’re also at the intersection of Downtown Boston’s most iconic areas. Within just a few short blocks are the North End, West End, TD Garden, Harborwalk, and Market District. Only slightly farther—but still an easy stroll away—are Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Downtown Crossing, the Financial District, and the Waterfront.  (By the way, many of the surrounding areas have plans for exciting improvements, which makes now a smart time for investing in downtown real estate.)

And if the day’s journey is more than a walk, then residents have plenty of options. For personal transportation, our building offers on-site garage parking, plus nearby Zip Car and Hubway Bike stations. The North Station and Haymarket MBTA, Commuter & Amtrak train stations are all right here in the neighborhood. Plus, our location provides fast and convenient access to Interstate 93, Route 1, the Massachusetts Turnpike, Storrow Drive, and Logan International Airport

North End

.2 Miles

Just two blocks down New Chardon Street, on the other side of Haymarket Square, you’ll enter the North End—Boston’s oldest residential community. Often referred to as “Little Italy,” this waterfront community is known for its narrow streets, historic landmarks and architecture, artisan shops, fine dining, specialty food stores, festivals, and colorful personalities.

Boston Public Market

.2 Miles

Also just two blocks away, down Merrimac Street, is the vibrant Boston Public Market. This permanent, indoor marketplace features more than 40 New England farmers, fishers, artisans and food entrepreneurs — all providing regionally-sourced, fresh, and seasonal products. Throughout the year, the Boston Public Market also hosts festivals, workshops, cooking classes, and tours.

Boston Waterfront

.4 Miles

The Harborwalk along Boston’s Downtown and North End are animated by a vibrant mix of cultural, recreational, residential and business uses. The boardwalk trail circles parks and open spaces including the Steriti Skating Rink, Puopolo Park’s baseball diamonds and basketball courts, Langone Park’s playground, softball diamond, and three regulation bocce courts, and The Mirabella Public Swimming Pool overlooking picturesque Boston Harbor and the historic Charlestown Navy Yard.

TD Garden

.2 Miles

TD Garden is considered one of America’s top sports arenas and entertainment venues and is located right down the street from Forecaster 121. “The Garden” is home to the Celtics and Bruins and is also the stage for the area’s biggest concerts, shows, and family entertainment events throughout the year. Be sure to visit the Sports Museum, on the 5th and 6th floors, which celebrates Boston sports with an eclectic memorabilia collection.

Rose Kennedy Greenway

.2 Miles

The Rose Kennedy Greenway is a ribbon of contemporary urban parks that meanders through the heart of downtown Boston. A whimsical carousel, gorgeous gardens, a huge splash fountain, interesting sculptural displays, and a variety of green spaces adorn the 15-acre Greenway.

Beacon Hill

.3 Miles

Just a short walk from Forecaster 121 will bring you to the picturesque streets of historic Beacon Hill with its stately black-shuttered brownstones and old-world cobblestone streets. This quaint neighborhood offers Mass General Hospital, the Massachusetts State House, and Suffolk University, in addition to shops, restaurants and a Whole Foods grocery store.

Faneuil Hall

.4 Miles

Faneuil Hall Marketplace is one of the nation’s premier urban marketplaces and is one of Boston’s most popular attractions. Just steps away from Forecaster 121, this popular venue combines locally loved boutiques with nationally recognized retailers and a wide variety of dining options at the world-famous Quincy Market Colonnade. Be sure to check out the unique entertainment offered by Faneuil Hall’s world-renowned street performers.

Boston Common

.5 Miles

The starting point of the Freedom Trail, Boston Common is the oldest park in the country. Almost 50 acres in size, Boston Common is particularly notable for its pristine green spaces, Frog Pond splash pool, outdoor winter ice skating, children’s carousel, and fun and exciting activities such as outdoor performances by Shakespeare in the Park acting troupe.