Thatch on Broadway

In the heart of South Boston, Thatch on Broadway is the perfect spot for up to four people looking to explore all that the city has to offer. Its central location, just across the street from the train, offers easy access to all neighborhoods with fantastic restaurants and bars, including Fox & Knife right downstairs. Recently updated, each one-bedroom Apartel features a sleeper sofa, fully stocked kitchen and sun-drenched living space. If you’re looking for the amenities of a full apartment in a central location, this is the spot for you!

Recently updated, Thatch on Broadway (same building as Quarters on Broadway) is the perfect one-bed apartment in the heart of South Boston. Comfortably sleeping 4, each Apartel is equipped with a queen bedroom, queen sleeper sofa in the living room and a well-equipped kitchen with pots, pans and utensils. With hardwood floors, central heat/AC and plenty of natural light, this unit offers a comfortable stay. Conveniently located on West Broadway Street, train access is just across the street, the convention center is a short walk or Uber and all of Boston / Cambridge is easy to access from this location!

  • One-bedroom apartments with sleeper sofas
  • Smart TVs for streaming.
  • Well-equipped kitchens with breakfast bars
  • Individual heating and cooling control
  • Keyless Entry
  • Off-property Gym access included
  • Stairs only (no elevator)
  • Local coffee provided in-unit
  • T access directly across the street

The building that houses Thatch on Broadway is most famous for being a former hang-out of the infamous Whitey Bulger. Fortunately, those days are behind us, but Whitey hung out in what is now the Fox & Knife restaurant on the ground floor. Upstairs, there isn’t much history to speak of, but this building is where the Thatch Quarters concept was born. In collaboration with a local developer, Thatch re-designed the upper floors to house 15 Quarters rooms and 3 apartment hotel units. The apartment hotel units were thoughtfully located in the front of the building so that each room would have views and natural light pouring in.