Mission Hill

With the addition of mixed-income housing, the renovation of One Brigham Circle and a strong business district along Tremont Street and Huntington Avenue, Mission Hill is alive with renewed energy while still retaining its original character. The community consists of a large African American and Hispanic population, a healthy collection of students from nearby colleges and young families who work in the Longwood Medical Area, making it one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Boston. New condominiums now join the traditional brick row houses and many three-decker homes that mark this architectural landmark district. Located just one mile from downtown Boston, Mission Hill also houses the historic Mission Church.


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    New Roxbury Neighborhood Police Station

    The new station incorporates energy-efficient building systems as well as brand new site utility systems and achieves Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver Certification, a globally recognized green building certification program.

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  • Game of the Week: BNBL Lee School vs. Boston All Stars
    Game of the Week: BNBL Lee School vs. Boston All StarsWatch Video »
  • About Health #278 "Alzheimer's: Supporting Patients and Caregivers"
    On this edition of About Health Jeanne Blake interviews representatives of the City of Boston and the Alzheimer’s Association to discuss Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s recently launched initiative to expand services to people living with Alzheimer’s – and to their families.Watch Video »