Underground at Ink Block
Underground at Ink Block is the successful transformation of an 8-acre underpass located between Boston’s South End and South Boston neighborhoods into an active urban park, cultural attraction and parking amenity. Landscaped pedestrian boardwalks and bicycle paths along the Fort Point Channel create new connections between communities previously separated by highway infrastructure. Visitors enjoy amenities such as world-class street art, a dog park, curated retail, fitness, food and beverage experiences as well as a bike storage facility, 24-hour security, 175 commercial parking spots & more. Underground at Ink Block is centrally located steps away from Boston’s Downtown and easily accessible via public transit, just steps away from the Broadway T stop.
Underground at Ink Block opens after five years of planning, permitting, design, construction and leasing led by MassDOT in cooperation with the community, City of Boston, Boston Planning & Development Agency and the Federal Highway Administration. Through a public bid process, National Development, developer of Ink Block, was selected and has entered in to a long-term lease as operator of the park. This new park adds to the transformation of this area known as Ink Block, a seven building mixed-use community that has revitalized the New York Streets section of the South End.
Underground at Ink Block, Boston’s new urban playground, is located under the highway between the city’s South End and South Boston neighborhoods. This urban park, cultural attraction and mixed-use parking facility is a space unlike anything seen before in this region.
Spend the day with us. Join us for a fitness class. Ride your bike to work on our paths. Bring your dog for an evening with the neighborhoods furriest of friends. Watch history made as some of the world’s most talented street artists transform a once underutilized piece of highway infrastructure into a Ink Underground is fully wheel chair accessible.
Directions and Map
90 Traveler Street, Boston, MA 02118
Underground at Ink Block located under the highway and can be easily accessible using public transportation and by pedestrian pathways from both the South End and South Boston.
Broadway Station (Red Line)
Herald Street (Ink Block Stop/Silver Line)
Ink Block Station, 300 Harrison Avenue