The St. Botolph Neighborhood
The St. Botolph District was developed in the 1850's as a residential neighborhood and is a historical site protected by the
St. Botolph Historic District Commission. It consists of 8 blocks east
to west, and its boundaries are Huntington Avenue, Copley Place, the
Southwest Corridor Park and Massachusetts Avenue. Because of its Back
Bay/Prudential location closely bordering the South End (via the Southwest
Corridor Park), its residents enjoy the benefits of easy access to many
thriving commercial areas while enjoying the quiet ambiance of a comfortable
The Saint Botolph Neighborhood Association
We are a volunteer community organization open to all residents.
We strive to:
• Foster civic spirit, goodwill and friendship between and among all residents.
• Promote the general welfare of the neighborhood and protect and upgrade its residential and historical character.
• Help ensure a clean, safe and well maintained neighborhood, as well as its continued improvement and beautification.
• Identify and represent the best interests of the neighborhood while serving as a vital communication link with businesses, the City of Boston, and other government agencies on issues affecting the neighborhood and our residents.