Relocating to Boston
Relocating to Boston puts you in the heart of New England, with rich ties to American history and some of the world’s most prestigious universities and hospitals. Within a stone’s throw of Beacon Hill and Boston Common, you’ll find 52 colleges and universities, such as MIT, Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, Tufts, and Emerson. Boston also features some of the best hospitals in the nation, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Beth Israel, and Tufts Medical Center. These institutions attract many of the finest doctors, nurses, and medical professionals from around the country.
While Boston’s universities, law firms, and medical centers reflect some of the primary reasons young professionals are moving to Massachusetts, it’s the quality of life that makes people stay. Boston is more than just “America’s Walking City;” it’s also bike-friendly and commuter-accessible, thanks to an extensive network of bike paths and public transit. Foodies can enjoy countless five-star restaurants and trendy bars, while sports fans will feel right at home in “Bean Town.” Be sure to catch a game at Fenway Park, the TD Garden, or Gillette Stadium.
Resources for Your Move to Boston
Moving to Massachusetts shouldn’t be intimidating. There are many local resources that will make relocating to Boston easier. Olympia’s 100,000 square feet of secure storage space in Boston can be helpful as you search for a permanent residence. We are also experts when it comes to navigating the city’s narrow streets, alleys and no-truck routes.
If you are house hunting in Boston, look for a certified REALTOR® or read reviews about Boston real estate. Top-rated contractors can also help with a new addition, and recommended interior designers can help to bring out the character in your new home.
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