Springfield's oldest neighborhood is Downtown, where 130-year-old row houses, gracious early twentieth-century apartment buildings, converted factories and schools, and high-rise towers offer a variety of living styles. Historic Mattoon Street is one of the few streets in the region to be lined with restored brick Victorian row houses on both sides.
Condominiums can be found in the Kimball, a former grand hotel; the McIntosh, a former shoe factory, on Pearl Street in the newly-renovated Pearl Street Luxury Condos, on Mattoon Street and in Classical Condominiums, a former high school.
The Central Library, Springfield Museums, Symphony Hall, CityStage, many fine restaurants, night clubs, the MassMutual Center, three health clubs, and many other downtown amenities, including yoga, are just a short walk for residents of this vibrant neighborhood.
The Downtown neighborhood provides quick access to I-91, I-291, which both connect to I-90 (the Massachusetts Turnpike), making the commute to Hartford, Worcester, Boston, and Vermont quick and easy.
Want to learn more? Contact Downtown resident Erica Walch at (413) 747-3830 or email@example.com.