The Green Line is a massive route with four forks of lines through the Emerald Necklace area of Boston. Initiating in East Cambridge, the route travels through Cambridge and subsequent stops' brownstones, high rise waterfront dwellings, industrial loft conversions and upscale apartments and condos with luxury amenities and fashionable flair. The line passes through Government Center, Financial District and Bay Village, all home to lofts, high rises and boutique dwellings with many amenity offerings and stylish addresses.
As the Green Line reaches Fenway/Kenmore area, buildings – for the most part – begin to become shorter in stature and more suburban in flavor in environments mixed with single family homes and historic commercial areas. Through to the terminus of the Green Line at the end of its four pitchfork prongs of routes, some large high rise communities and loft complexes do exist. They are primarily scattered along the Green Line route, with lower-rise and mid-level developments being typical. It is also very common to see Victorian homes here, which were once majestically sprawling single family dwellings, converted into four or more apartments managed by independent companies or individuals.