When you walk out the door of 89 Beacon Street, you are steps away from some of Boston’s most prominent landmarks and attractions.

Landmarks
  • African Meeting House
  • Boston Athenaeum
  • Boston Common
  • Boston Public Garden
  • Charles Street
  • Copley Square
  • Cutler Majestic Theatre
  • Esplanade
  • Freedom Trail
  • Hatch Shell
  • Louisburg Square
  • Mass General Hospital
  • Massachusetts
  • Museum of Science
  • Newbury Street
  • Opera House
  • Shubert Theatre
  • State House
  • Tufts Medical Center
  • Wang Center
  • Wilbur Theatre
Markets
  • DeLuca’s Market
  • Roche Brothers
  • Savenors Gourmet Market
  • Whole Foods Market
Restaurants
  • 75 Chesnut
  • Beacon Hill Bistro
  • Bistro du Midi
  • Clink
  • Davios
  • Figs
  • Grotto
  • Hampshire House
  • Hungry I
  • Legal Crossing
  • Mooo
  • No. 9 Park
  • Ostra
  • Ruth's Cris Steak House
  • Scampo
  • Smith and Wollensky
  • Strip by Strega
  • Taverna Doretta
  • The Bristol Restaurant & Bar
  • Toscano
  • Yvonne's
Hotels
  • Copley Plaza Hotel
  • Four Seasons Hotel
  • Liberty Hotel
  • Ritz Carlton Hotel
  • Taj Hotel
  • XV Beacon
Sports & Spas
  • Boston Sports Club
  • Charles River Community Boating
  • Charles River Sailing
  • Equinox Sports Club
  • Exhale Spa
  • Soul Cycle
Shopping
  • Armani
  • Burberry
  • Cartier
  • Chanel
  • Christolfe
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Hermes
  • Serenella
  • Shreve Crump & Low
  • Skinner Auctioneers
  • Tiffany
  • Valentino

The iconic Boston Public Garden

Few Bostonians can claim a national historic landmark as their front yard. The residents of 89 Beacon Street, however, look directly across to one of America's most noted and venerated public landscapes. The Boston Public Garden is perhaps the capstone of Frederick Law Olmstead's "Emerald Necklace," offering Bostonians a stunning English landscape garden in the very center of the city. Its flowerbeds and paths, specimen trees and statues create a lush environment that has become a quintessential symbol of the city.

For the residents of 89 Beacon, the year-round views it offers define the seasons, welcoming spring, providing a respite in summer, a burst of autumnal brilliance or the twinkling lights and icy lace of trees in winter. The Public Garden is much more, however. It is synonymous with swan boats on the lagoon, children astride bronze ducklings, and lazy Sunday afternoons on a park bench. Thousands have seen the countless photographs and paintings the Public Garden has inspired, but only a few—such as the residents of 89 Beacon—can see Daniel Chester French's newly restored Angel of the Waters fountain or witness the garden's changing beauty day by day from their front windows.