At Fenway House, there are lots of singles, a few doubles,
and occasionally a triple or quad. Each room is unlike any
other, with its own unique murals, lofts, and history.
Between our kitchen, breakfast room, music room, living
room, library, and ping pong room, Fenbeings have lots of
public space to spread out and enjoy life in the whole house.
Fenway House, unlike most off-campus living places, has a
significantly lower rent than dorms, and rent includes food!
With early 1900’s architecture, Bohemian decorations, a grand
spiraling staircase, colorful murals, custom-built lofts, and
diverse residents, Fenway House may be the place for you!
We have all kinds of people living here, from all over the
country and all over the world (not to mention all over the
MIT campus, both east and west). Most majors are represented
and residents have a variety of interests. Current Fenbeings
are majoring in civil engineering, mechanical engineering,
material science, architecture, chemistry, computer science,
electrical engineering, biology, physics, neuroscience,
geology, economics, aerospace engineering, and math, and
minoring in theatre and literature. We have many hobbies,
and are involved in such extracurricular student groups as
Dramashop, GaMIT, Gilbert and Sullivan Players, LGBT, LGC,
Medlinks, MITOC, Musical Theatre Guild, and the MIT Shakespeare
Fenway House is located in the heart of the Back Bay.
A five to ten minute walk gets you from our house to
Boston Symphony, to Fenway Park, to the Museum of
Fine Arts, to the Prudential and Copley, and
everything in-between. The Back Bay is teeming with
restaurants, bars, cafés and clubs. Across the street
from our house is the Back Bay Fens, a large park with
extensive lawns, athletic fields, a river, and a beautiful
rose garden. Just across the Fens stands Fenway Park, and
we can hear the cheers during games from our windows
(it's pretty cool).