Easy access, exciting neighborhood, right on Boston Harbor
Twenty Two Liberty’s extraordinary location is the ultimate amenity: city living without the urban environment. No other location is at once so surprisingly accessible… and so delightfully surprising. From Twenty Two Liberty you can immediately access (within blocks) major highways that can take you north to ski country, south to Cape Cod or west to the Berkshires. It’s easy to get to world-renowned hospitals and universities like Mass General and MIT, cultural icons like the Citi Performing Arts Center, Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Boston Children’s Museum, Boston Symphony, Boston Ballet and the Opera House. And, for sports fans, it’s just a short ride away to iconic Fenway Park and a great summer night’s game.
But you don’t need a car to explore much of the city. Step outside and see the stunning new offices now home to some of Boston’s and the country’s most prestigious firms. Take a six-minute walk over the Old Northern Avenue Bridge to the Financial District and downtown Boston. Or stay right in the neighborhood; it’s Boston’s hottest dining destination, with restaurants like Del Frisco’s, Morton’s, and Legal Harborside, not to mention the local restaurants of celebrity chefs like Jody Adams, Barbara Lynch, Ming Tsai and Mario Batali.
You’ll also be surprised when you discover how easy and fun it is to catch a water taxi right from Fan Pier Marina… or go for a stroll on the HarborWalk as it winds around Fan Pier, right past your front door, putting nearly 40 miles of pathways for walking, running or bicycling directly outside your front door.