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99 Problems and The Sudbury Walking Score Isn’t One

September 21, 2020 | The Sudbury
99 Problems and The Sudbury Walking Score Isn’t One

Boston is a special city with so much to offer, from its rich history and grand parks all the way to its great restaurants and skyscraper views. One thing in particular that makes The Sudbury so special is its booming walking score, a near perfect ranking of 99. With Boston voted as the 3rd most walkable large city in America, it’s no wonder you can find The Sudbury residents walking throughout the city to get where they’re going. 

In Bulfinch Crossing, the neighborhood where The Sudbury’s Downtown Boston apartments call home, Bostonians can get almost anywhere by foot. Whether you want to walk to work, go antiquing on Charles Street, or crave a cannoli from Hanover Street, by foot is by far the fastest, easiest way to get there.

Start your stopwatch; here are four great locations in Boston you can get to by foot from The Sudbury (without breaking a sweat!). 

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1. Boston Public Garden, 10 minutes:

See the seasons change at Boston Public Garden, one of the oldest and most historical parks in Boston. Enjoy the ever changing flowers and the picnic-perfect parks, ideal for an outdoor social distancing picnic. All this blossoming magic is a stone’s throw away from The Sudbury.

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2. The North End, 5 minutes:

Want to explore one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods and Boston’s own Little Italy? Take a 5-minute stroll to The North End and enjoy some of Boston’s favorite eating spots, from world famous cannolis at Mike’s Pastry all the way to 24/7 chicken parm croissants available at Bova’s Bakery.

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3. The Freedom Trail, 10 minutes:

Looking for a walk with a taste of history? Hit the Freedom Trail in Downtown Boston for a 2.5 mile path and see 16 critically acclaimed historical landmarks. Many locals have yet to walk this dynamic trail winding through the city. Follow the markers from Boston Common all the way to the Bunker Hill Monument and enjoy a trip down memory lane.

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4. Back Bay, Boston, 30 minutes:

If you’re feeling adventurous and want to turn a quick jaunt into an afternoon outing, visit Boston’s Back Bay area for great shopping and restaurants. Strap on your Fitbit and get ready to move with this 30-minute (or less) walk from The Sudbury’s doors.

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Not in the mood for walking? On top of its great walking score, Boston is home to America’s first subway system. The city’s connectivity is unmatched with a transit score of 100. City dwellers can hop on any of the four nearby MBTA subway lines and get anywhere in and around Boston, including access to the MBTA Commuter Rail. Hop on the Blue line and go to Orient Heights Beach in East Boston, or get a taste of The Ivy League and visit Harvard Square in Cambridge. 

If you want to get around on wheels, reaching your destination couldn’t be easier. Access major interstates 93 North & South with quick connections to the Massachusetts Turnpike and Storrow Drive, perfect for weekend getaways or Greater Boston day trips. You’ll be hitting the New Hampshire slopes or spreading out on a Cape Cod beach in no time! For trips that extend beyond Boston’s borders, Logan Airport is a 5-minute drive from The Sudbury’s doors.

Whether you travel by foot, train, or car, the best of Boston is only a quick walk or ride away. When we say “live here, go anywhere” we mean it! Experience living in the heart of the city and enjoy everything Boston has to offer; get in touch with our leasing team to schedule your tour today: https://bit.ly/2CXKUbw.