This cultural neighborhood is hip and historic. The hip stems from its early roots in the arts. It was a jazz mecca in the mid 20th century. Today, jazz is alive and well in its popular night spots and jazz brunches. The art scene also draws crowds to its SOWA district, featuring open artists’ studios in converted warehouses the first Friday night of each month. The South End is home to The Boston Ballet, for classical and hip new styles of dance. The south end’s history stems from it being listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, having the largest Urban Victorian neighborhood in America. About 500-acres of this large community, which stretches south from the Back Bay to Harrison Avenue and from Berkely Street to Massachusetts Avenue is lined with rows of red brick and brownstone town homes built on english stye park squares. When famous Boston architect Charles Bulfinch laid out the plan for the South End, he used this London Inspired urban design pattern.
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