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Allston - Brighton
Allston is a popular neighborhood for college students from Boston University and Harvard College and young professionals looking for more affordable homes than downtown offers, without sacrificing the downtown feel. This neighborhood has been popular since the 1800s and it continues to evolve with each new generation that moves here.
Brookline was voted by Niche in 2021 as the best neighborhood in Massachusetts to live...for the second time. This neighborhood has excellent schools that are well-known around Boston and many people have been drawn to this neighborhood because of its easy commute to downtown Boston as well as its safe, stable environment for families with children.
Back Bay - Fenway
When you think of Boston you think of Fenway. It has always been referred to as the heart of Boston and now people come from all over the world to explore its attractions. With Fenway Park at one end of the neighborhood and Kenmore Square at the other, it's easy to see why so many people love this neighborhood!
Cambridge, MA is one of the most well-known neighborhoods in the Boston. It is home to Harvard University and MIT students and borders the Charles River. The neighborhood has a great feel with people always walking around and enjoying the city life.
The North End is a small, residential neighborhood with a tight-knit community. It has a lot of history that you can explore by walking around and seeing all the old buildings from when it was one of Boston's busiest ports. It's known for its Italian culture and style of food, and is often referred to as Boston's "Little Italy".
Someville is a great place to live, located right outside of the city of Boston. It's home to tons of Tufts University students. There are so many great places to visit that it might be hard to decide where to go first. It's a neighborhood filled with lots of things to do, from catching live music at Johnny D's to grabbing a bite at Clover for lunch.
Discover 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments near Northeastern University. Students at Northeastern University tend to live in Back Bay, Fenway, Kenmore, Downtown, South End, Mission Hill, and Roxbury.
Discover 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments near Harvard College. Students at Harvard College tend to live in Allston-Brighton, Back Bay, Central Square, Davis Square, Harvard Square, Inman Square, and Harvard Square.