The West End is a small but valued neighborhood of Boston. Significantly impacted by the Urban Renewal of the 1950’s and 1960’s, the West End remains a historically ethnic and vibrant community. The neighborhood of Boston is home to one of the leading hospitals in the world, Massachusetts General Hospital, TD Garden, and is increasingly characterized by a growing business presence.
This neighborhood is well known for its student population due to its close proximity to a variety of local colleges and universities. Students, young professionals, immigrants, and longtime residents all cohabit this vibrant neighborhood, making it one of the most energetic and diverse populations in Boston.
Located in the northwest corner of Boston along the Charles River, Brighton is a dynamic community comprised of families, young professionals and a number of graduate students. Brighton is also home to many small businesses, as well as St. Elizabeth’s Hospital and Franciscan Children’s Hospital.
Located along the Boston Harbor and the Mystic River, Charlestown has historic roots dating back to the American Revolution. Home to the U.S.S. Constitution, the Bunker Hill Monument, and the Navy Yard, Charlestown has transformed into a thriving and modern neighborhood that has allured a new generation of young professionals and immigrants to join this proud community.