Boylston Street in Boston, Massachusetts, has been name the seventh most expensive street in the nation, according to the results to a new study.
The biennial study from Jones Lang LaSalle ranks the street in Boston's Back Bay among nine others across the country.
What makes a street expensive? A key factor the report said that Boylston Street brings is competition, bringing "A-game" amenities.
A segment of the report read:
"...Boylston boasts high-profile properties and a highly anticipated development, 888 Boylston, which has already secured record high leases. In addition, Boylston's tenant roster consists primarily of hedge funds, private equity firms and law firms. But streets cannot rest on their laurels, or a few big-name tenants: in order to attract and retain, amenities can make a major difference."