Boulevard is Liberty City's northernmost neighborhood, getting its name from Grand Boulevard; a major thoroughfare.
Boulevard can best be classified as a residential neighborhood; however, despite its vast size, living spaces exist only along the southern border on Grand Boulevard, real life's Grand Concourse. This can be attributed to the fact that more than half of its total area is taken up by a large lake surrounded by greenspace and recreational areas (dubbed Welham Park) in the heart of the neighborhood, as well as the long-stretching northern Bohan coastline, separated from the rest of the borough by a high ridge. Boulevard is likely to be based on a combination of northern neighborhoods in Bronx such as Morris Park, Wakefield, City Island, Van Cortlandt, Pelham Parkway and Pelham Bay Park.
The neighborhood may have been a port in former years, as suggested by the existence of several abandoned piers along the northern coast.
The Liberty City Subway does not serve Boulevard; however, a station is located in neighboring Fortside, not too far from the Boulevard-Fortside border. Boulevard is also the easternmost terminating point of the Northwood Heights Bridge that connects Bohan to Northwood, Algonquin. The bridge is linked to Grand Boulevard.