Mission Park combines handsome town houses and soaring towers within a carefully planned thirteen
and a half acre site. The landscaped grounds offer a comfortable setting with benches, planters,
and a wide variety of recreational and community
facilities. Mission Park is an unusually dynamic community that provides housing for working and professional people, for the
elderly, for the disabled, and for families as well as office space for
Brigham & Women's Hospital support functions. In many ways Mission Park is a neighborhood within
a neighborhood. The community overlooks Olmsted Park, a link in the "Emerald Necklace"
parks system that extends through the Fenway, connecting the downtown with the area's hospitals,
colleges, universities, and sports and cultural facilities that have all contributed so much to Boston's
reputation as a great American city. Mission Park's convenience to the greater metropolitan area and to
the center of the city, along with its exceptional design and facilities, make it one of the most exciting
places to live in Boston.