In the 1840s, Louisburg Square was built as a template for townhome buildings, but due to space constraints, it was not reproduced. Currently, the neighborhood is one of Boston's most affluent residences. The residents, not the city, own the plaza and oval parks. On the north and south ends, there are statues of Columbus and Aristides, donated by a Greek merchant in 1850.
Currently, Beacon Hill is still an affluent area as when it was founded, as evidenced by its property listings. But though mostly a residential district, it still offers a bit of pleasure and entertainment. The Massachusetts Statehouse serves for Visual tours, the Cheers Bar inspired by the 1969 hit comedy series "The Cheers." the Amendment Pubs for drinks, sandwiches, soups, and pizza, the popular French restaurant "Ma Maison," and the new Cobblestone restaurants serving Beacon's locals and visitors the taste of the area. For fresh air, locals spend time outdoors at the Public Garden and Boston Commons, two green spaces nestled in between the Bay Village neighborhood
and Beacon Hill.