Higher Learning and the Boston Luxury Real Estate NearbyMay 14, 2011
Boston has the most universities per capita than any other city in the country and attracts students and professionals from around the world. There are 30+ colleges/universities in a 50-mile radius of Boston, so it’s no surprise that it’s a vibrant town full of young professionals and brimming with educational possibilities. A choice selection of Boston luxury real estate is found within walking distance of most universities.
In the heart of Boston at 165 Tremont St, you have spectacular Park views and you’re located steps away from internationally recognized Emerson College - a premier institution specializing in communication and the arts.
A condo in the South End would put you close to the Boston Conservatory and would facilitate your patronage of the theatre. The Boston University School of Medicine, Northeastern University, Simmons College and MIT, across the bridge in Cambridge, are also housed near this upscale neighborhood.
I can’t talk about higher learning institutions without mentioning the oldest established university in the nation – Harvard. While Harvard University is located in Cambridge, Harvard Medical School is situated in Boston/Brookline line. Brookline is a fantastic suburb right outside of metro Boston and features beautifully appointed homes in the Cottage Farm area.
No matter what neighborhood in Boston best suits you, chances are you’ll be close to one of its outstanding colleges/universities. These exceptional knowledge centers help support property values throughout the city and provide many wonderful learning opportunities at almost every corner.