Stunningly renovated Victorian brick row homes, fashionable cafes and trendy restaurants make this neighborhood one of the most popular places to live in Boston. Filled with chic art galleries and picturesque grocery shops, Boston’s South End is a vibrant and exciting neighborhood.Built between 1800 and 1850, the South End was Boston’s first planned community. Residents still take pride in the neighborhood’s renowned Victorian brownstones and quaint, tree-lined streets. Locals enjoy a vibrant, urban lifestyle with a cozy neighborhood feel. There is always plenty to do in the South End. Take an afternoon off and visit some of the unique art galleries, hidden shops and trendy cafés crowded along Tremont Street and Massachusetts Avenue. As the sun begins to set, meet some friends for an enjoyable evening at one of the famous local jazz bars.