Boston Financial District, Boston
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The Boston Financial District is located in Boston, Massachusetts, in the Untied States. The area is bordered by Atlantic Avenue, State Street, and Devonshire Street. This is the area in Boston where you will find most of the banks, brokerage firms, and law offices. There are few tourist attractions in this district and most things close down after business hours. The Financial District of Boston is situated in the downtown area, close to Chinatown and the Government Center.
Boston’s economic health is largely based on research, manufacturing, finance, and biotechnology. The Financial District offers the headquarters of companies such as Fidelity Investments, Putnam Investments, and DWS Scudder Investments. This is also home to State Street Bank, Eastern Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, RSM McGladrey, and The Debt Exchange. There is also a local headquarters for the Bank of America, Sovereign Bank, and Merrill Lynch. There are many locations for serviced office space in the Boston Financial District.
Entertainment And Dining Out
One of the nearby things to do in this area is the New England Aquarium. This facility houses one of the largest fish tank’s in the world and it offers Whale Watching Tours. Dining options in the Boston Financial District include Union Oyster House, No. 9 Park, Radius, Mooo, Scollay Square, and Locke-Ober.
The nearest major airport to the Boston Financial District is Logan International Airport. This airport has international and domestic flights and is 4 miles from the center of Boston. Another major airport is Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, which has domestic flights from Manchester, New Hampshire and is 53 miles from the Financial District. Other airports in the area include the New Bedford Regional Airport has domestic flights from New Bedford, Massachusetts and is 55 miles from Boston. T. F. Green Airport has international and domestic flights from Providence, Rhode Island and is 60 miles from the city center. Boston public transportation consists of commuter rail, train, bus, and water shuttles. The rapid-transit system serves the core city and many of the suburbs.