Founded in 1630, the college town of Cambridge has long been one of the country’s intellectual hubs. Political protests, bike lanes or science-driven cuisine and mixology are in full supply.

Anchored to the Charles River by Harvard and MIT and across from the city of Boston. From the quiet residential streets in its western edge to the hip squares and bustling courtyards along its many college campuses, this innovative intellectual hub is ever-evolving, continuing to attract thinkers, dreamers, families, and professionals alike.


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Agassiz

Agassiz is a small neighborhood between Harvard Square and Porter Square.

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Cambridge Highlands

Cambridge Highlands is a largely commercial-industrial area that includes Alewife train station and Fresh Pond Mall.

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East Cambridge

Major changes have transformed the once industrial East Cambridge into a vibrant hub for business and education.

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Mid-Cambridge

Mid-Cambridge is large, high density residential neighborhood bordered by Central Square, Harvard Square, and Inman Square.

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MIT

The area around the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a walkable neighborhood where many grad and undergrad students from...

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North Cambridge

North Cambridge includes a range of single and multi-family homes that blends NPR culture with town-center appeal.

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Riverside

Riverside is a residential neighborhood along the Charles River. It includes some of the oldest settled parts of Cambridge.

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Strawberry Hill

Hidden in the Mount Auburn neighborhood of Cambridge, Strawberry Hill is a mix of families, quiet streets, and the city's only golf course.

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The Port

Formerly known as Area 4, after nearly a decade of discussion, the City Council decided to change the name to The Port. The neighborhood is a densely...

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West Cambridge

West Cambridge, also known as Neighborhood Ten, is a small residential neighborhood with many historic homes lining the streets.