Symphony, named for Symphony Hall, sits between Back Bay and the South End near Northeastern University. This neighborhood is extremely popular amongst Northeastern University students and students from other nearby institutions such as Simmons and Boston Architectural College. Symphony is a scenic neighborhood featuring a number of parks and a beautiful fountain at the First Church of Christ next to the Prudential Center. The Boston Public Library is within walking distance as well as the Mary Baker Eddy Library. There is a Whole Foods Market, plenty of restaurants, and shopping at the Prudential Center on Huntington Ave. Symphony is conveniently located near the green line train at Symphony Station as well as the orange line train and the silver line bus at Massachusetts Ave. Station.