Boston's Fenway neighborhood has been a destination ever since the iconic Red Sox ballpark opened in 1912. But it's only recently that the foot traffic has stuck around beyond baseball season and extended beyond diehard sports fans. New mixed-use residential buildings coupled with vibrant college residents have attracted a dynamic mix of creative start-ups, innovative businesses, and ambitious restaurateurs like Jody Adams and Tiffanni Faison. In just a few blocks you get traditional brownstone Boston charm alongside a buzzy downtown feel. And now, Fenway Park hosts not only the Red Sox, but big name acts like Billy Joel and James Taylor. The Fenway is no longer just a one-note neighborhood.
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