Cambridge is one of the most walkable cities in the U.S., with vibrant campus communities of Harvard and MIT, and a cutting edge tech community. It sits on the Charles River, one of the cleanest urban rivers in the nation, making it an ideal place for outdoor activities like sailing and biking along Memorial Drive.
Somerville is a vibrant, close-knit town with easy access to Boston and Cambridge. With a historic culture of creativity, from jazz to strong local art, this area maintains promising growth and continued accessibility. With a dominant reputation for great restaurants, education, Somerville continues to grow and provide with up-and-coming Union Square hub, boasting transit access, tech and innovation space, restaurants and more.
Brighton, a historically residential neighborhood, has grown into a bright and strong community player. Boston Landing development brought New Balance HQ, WGBH, and the western MA commuter rail stop, to St. Elizabeths hospital and Harvard Business School transplants. The area borders interstate 90, connecting you to NYC and Logan Airport. Only minutes to Fenway and Boston University, this location makes life convenient while remaining largely residential.
Allston known for its proximity to universities alike, including Harvard Business School, Boston University and close to Boston College, maintains a diverse base of transplants and cuisine from all over the world. This area benefits also from developing neighborhoods by proximity and consistent transit options to maintain commuter demand.
Brookline is just west of Boston's city limits and offers a welcoming community presence. It boasts beautiful parks and nature preserves, and serves as home to Northeastern University and some of the top medical institutions, including Longwood Medical Center. A neighborhood with rich history, it is conveniently connected to all of Boston by the green MBTA line and Commonwealth Avenue.