It’s Hard to be a Boston Sports Fan

October 23, 2019

In the past 20 years, Bostonians have witnessed 12 championships across our four major sports teams – a feat other cities can only dream of. While cheering Title Town on to victory and celebrating with parades are fun, this long tradition of winning is hard work for the City of Champions. And Hub50House residents should get ready to experience that first hand. 


Boston sports fans have an average of 20 more postseason games a year than fans of mediocre teams. That’s 20 more nights staying up late to see the end of the game, 20 more nail biting finishes, and 20 more reasons to hit the town to celebrate. Boston should always be prepared for an insane sports season. Being a Boston sports fan is hard work, but living in the middle of The Hub makes it easier to endure those final seconds before the buzzer. 


Just steps away from TD Garden, Hub50House is the place to be if you live for buzzer beaters and shootouts. While living at The Hub, you’ll be able to make it to every game, pregame and postgame by foot without the hassle of traffic. And if you don’t have tickets to the action, Boston’s best sports bar is right outside the door. With 60 featured beers on tap and over 30 screens, Banners Kitchen & Tap is the ultimate sports fan’s dream. Sometimes though you crave the energy of the Garden and lucky for you, Hub50House residents have access to purchase tickets in TD Garden’s exclusive Rafters club. After cheering on Boston through every game you’ll be ready to celebrate big as they bring home the championship. Here at Hub50House that’s exactly what we do!


It may be hard to be a Boston sports fan, but living in Hub50House – so close to it all – makes it just a little easier and a lot more fun. 

If you’re ready to live in the heart of Boston sports and entertainment, book an appointment today.