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About Boston, MA.

Boston, MA

As Massachusetts’ capital, Boston lays claim to a rich history and dynamic urban culture. Since its incorporation in 1630, Boston has long been established as a center for business, culture, and education. Over 640,000 residents call Boston home.

The Boston Latin School was the birthplace of the U.S.’s first public school in 1635. Since then, Boston has earned its reputation for education. In terms of education, Boston’s public school system contains 143 schools with over 50,000 students. Well known colleges and universities within the city include Boston College, Boston University, University of Massachusetts Boston and more. Famous institutions closer to the city include Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mount Holyoke College, and more.  

Boston is a vibrant economic center, with a 62.7% employment rate. Boston businesses include Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Samuel Adams Brewing Company, Bank of America, Liberty Mutual Insurance, New Balance and many more. Although Boston is a large city, transportation is easy with the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MTBA). The MTBA provides transportation via commuter railways, subways, and buses. In addition, Boston is known for its pedestrian friendly layout making walking a viable option.

As a major site of American history, Boston remains the site of major events such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, and the midnight ride of Paul Revere, and home to President John F. Kennedy. Pieces of Boston’s history are viewable at institutions such as: The Commonwealth Museum, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, and the Paul Revere House.

Like the city itself, the Boston real estate market is filled with properties that are diverse and full of history.  From first-time buyers to property veterans, Boston offers luxury real estate and affordable living options.
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