Boston is a unique mix of old-world charm and cutting-edge culture. Quiet streets lined with brick townhouses and gas lanterns, acres of centuries-old public gardens, and a church on almost every corner blend casually with skyscrapers, a newly-developed highway system (yes, the Big Dig is over), and contemporary shops, entertainment complexes and restaurants. In keeping with this mix, Boston is home to a multitude of colleges and universities, many of which are our country’s oldest and finest academic institutions (and several of which are firm clients).
If you’re looking for something to do, Boston will not disappoint.
In the summer, take in a game at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Football fans can cheer on the New England Patriots at nearby Gillette Stadium, and the TD Garden hosts Boston Bruins hockey and Boston Celtics basketball. The “Gah-den” also hosts concerts and other popular events, and Symphony Hall and the Theatre District offer the world-famous Boston Pops and many touring Broadway shows. If shopping is your favorite pastime, Newbury Street offers a mix of one-of-a-kind shops and top-tier boutiques. And outstanding dining options will keep any foodie busy for a very long time.
In addition to the other wonderful neighborhoods in Boston we all know and love, all eyes in recent years have been on the Seaport District. Foley Hoag was one of the first major tenants in this up-and-coming area in South Boston, and today our Boston office sits among fantastic new restaurants, the Institute of Contemporary Art (another long-time client of the firm), and the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, to name a few of our neighbors.To get you started, here are some of our favorite Boston links: