Check out what’s making the neighborhood about more than just the oldest MLB ballpark.


1. Wahlburgers 132 Brookline Ave., wahlburgersrestaurant.com

In late September, the brothers bring sweet potato tots and adult frappes to their first Boston location, which will include an expansive patio.

2. Regal Fenway Stadium 201 Brookline Ave., regmovies.com

The 13-screen movie theater’s installing king-sized recliners, and it reeled in a limited liquor license in July, allowing it to soon serve beer and wine.

3. Hatch Fenway 401 Park Drive, hatchfenway.com

Entrepreneur Steve Papa’s restaurant management venture, Toast, is the first to move into the Landmark Center’s startup-focused eighth floor, a space with perks like an indoor swing set.

4. CityTarget 1341 Boylston St., target.com

The retailer opened its first East Coast city version last month, featuring 160,000 square feet stocked with tightly packaged products. Good news: You’ll also find booze.

5. Van Ness 1335 Boylston St., thevanness.com

The newly opened 172-residential-unit building is green beyond its pending LEED certification, with 2,738 plants in the lobby, two outdoor gardens and a planned rooftop running track.

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