The South End is one of Boston’s most eclectic and vibrant neighborhoods. It continues to be a diverse and up and coming area filled with tree-lined streets, rows of brick and brownstone buildings, contemporary lofts and Atélier, one of the premier luxury buildings in Boston. This neighborhood is known for its broad array of dining and drinking establishments—including some of Boston’s finest—on Tremont Street (“Restaurant Row”) and Columbus Avenue, its many parks, art galleries in the SoWa district and the South End Open Market. Live theatre adds to the area’s artsy character. South End is well situated within minutes to Back Bay, the financial and theatre districts, downtown neighborhoods and hospitals. This neighborhood offers a broadly appealing lifestyle and, as such, the South End has increasingly become one of Boston’s most popular neighborhoods.