One of the many appealing characteristics of downtown Boston living, aside from its abundant history, is its accessibility to public transportation. Mason Place, an eight story community located in the heart of Boston, is within a quarter mile of the T bus and train lines.
The building itself is formerly the home of the Boston Herald Traveler, formed in 1967 as a merger of 1825's Boston Traveler and The Herald of 1912. Take a visit to Mason Place's lobby and you will see the original gold Boston Herald Traveler newspaper elevator doors!
Physically located next door to the new Ritz-Carlton Hotel and condominiums, it is within walking distance, MBTA or short taxi ride to many of Boston's most appealing locations, including Boston Common (known as one of the oldest parks in the country), Chinatown (estabalished in 1890), Downtown Crossing (for plenty of shopping and restaurant locations), and the Theatre District.