During the late 18th and 19th centuries the West End became more popular as other portions of Boston were growing in population. When the area had been developed, many wealthy merchants and lawyers inhabited the neighborhood. Over time these residents migrated towards Beacon Hill where the next revival came in the 1950’s when residential high rises were erected as part of an urban renewal project.
Today, the West End still remains a smaller neighborhood yet offers many ideal residences. The great convenience to nearby Beacon Hill, Waterfront and Financial District create a prime location that benefits from a lot of what Boston has to offer.
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