This historic Boston neighborhood sits next to the popular Back Bay neighborhood and is a shining attraction for businesses, residents and visitors. When you walk down the area's brick sidewalks you see a variety of beautiful commercial and residential buildings with interesting design features, hidden gardens, gas streetlamps and rows of flowering pear trees. This creates a warm environment for businesses interested in setting up office outside of the busy Financial District and Back Bay.

Charles Street is considered the center of the neighborhood and is the home of many small businesses. Cambridge Street features a variety of restaurants as well as the neighborhood's gas stations and supermarket. Office buildings are found throughout these areas and mostly offer class-B and C spaces suitable for medium and small businesses.

Beacon Hill is separated into three main parts: South Slope, North Slope and Flat of the Hill. Entrances to the Boston Public Garden are located on Beacon Street and Charles Street. Charles Street also offers access to Boston Common.