Whether walking, biking or driving, Devonshire enjoys close proximity to Boston’s most popular cultural, shopping, dining, recreational and entertainment venues, including the Seaport, Boston Common, Quincy Market, the Public Garden, Chinatown and more.
Central to Everywhere
5 minute walk to Boston Common
10 minute "T" ride to Newbury Street
9 minute walk to South Station
15 minute drive to Logan International Airport
12 minute walk to Seaport District
12 minute walk to The North End
12 minute bike ride to Kendall Square/MIT
Access to Transportation
For commuting within the city, or traveling throughout the region and beyond, Devonshire is just a few blocks from multiple lines on the "T," and only a few minutes from South Station, North Station and Logan International Airport.
Landmarks and Destinations
Surrounded by historic landmarks dating to the earliest days of the Republic, stepping outside Devonshire means stepping into history. Nearby parks, including Boston Common and the Public Garden, provide residents with the luxury of effortless access to nature and outdoor recreation.
Dating to 1634, Boston Common is the oldest public park in the United States.
Old South Meeting House
Old City Hall
Shopping and Dining
Among Boston’s most dynamic and popular destinations, Faneuil Hall, Downtown Crossing and Newbury Street offer a vast array of shops and restaurants, including fashion boutiques, artisanal grocers, specialty retailers, street vendors, international and local cuisines, hotels and farmer’s markets.
An historic meeting place turned modern market-place, Faneuil Hall offers everything from fine dining to tours of the Freedom Trail.
A walkable neighborhood of brownstones, with everything from pop-ups to fine dining.
A stroll along Newbury Street runs through the center of Back Bay’s prime shopping and dining district.
Art and Entertainment
From the modern landmark Institute of Contemporary Art, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, to the storied sports arenas of the beloved Bruins, Celtics and Red Sox, world class art and entertainment venues are a nearby option for Devonshire residents.
A statue of Sox great Ted Williams placing his hat on the head of a young boy with cancer celebrates the Hall of Famer’s decade of work with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Home to the Bruins and Celtics, TD Garden also hosts concerts, comedy shows, boxing and conventions.
The downtown Theater District offers Broadway hits, comedy acts, classical concerts, popular music and modern dance from a variety of venues, including Emerson College’s ornate Cutler Majestic Theatre and the historic Boston Opera House.
Points of Interest