The Fenway, perhaps best known as the home for the boys of summer, is more than just a ballpark. It is actually a dense urban neighborhood with a considerable amount of green space (the Fens). Although the Fenway consists of a large number of college students, it also contains a significant population of professionals, young and old. The famous (or infamous) Landsdowne Street, bordering the Massachusetts Turnpike on the north and Fenway Park on the south, is home to many of Boston’s most popular clubs and watering holes. If you travel the street, however, keep your eyes open for the occasional home-run ball that clears the Green Monster.
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