"Take me out to the ball game take me out to
the crowd", you would guess that Fenway gets is name because it is home of
the "Green Monster" or Fenway park. Where in the summers you can find the
Boston Red Sox. Beyond the baseball park, Fenway is lively area of Boston filled with
hustle and bustle and true New England pride. Fenway is close to Boston University and most resident
Fenway is located between Cambridge and Roxbury providing an easy commute.
Fenway Residents & Cultures
Fenway neighborhood's population is mainly dominated by African-American,
Latino, and Asian descent. Recently, immigrants from Dominican Republic, Jamaica,
Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Ecuador, Panama, and Trinidad are settling in the
area. Fenway consists of a large number of college students. It also
contains a significant population of professionals, young and old.
Fenway City Residences &
Fenway rent ranges from $1000 to $3000 based on the size of
the apartment. Fenway has two-story apartments, basement apartments, and
Transportation & Commuting
Fenway is accessible by
various MBTA Subway Stations. Subway stations are at Yawkey station,
Fenway, Kenmore, Longwood, Brigham Circle, Hynes Convention, Symphony,
Ruggles, and Massachusetts Ave. Buses are regular and convenient and
make a suitable substitute.