Inman Square is considered one of Bostons hidden gems. Although its considered up and coming, Inman Square has some of the most multicolored storefronts and many of Bostons most prized restaurants in East Cambridge. At the junction of Cambridge and Hampshire streets, is tucked among, and often overshadowed by, Harvard, Central, and Kendall Squares. It has the “downtown feel” without all the hustle and bustle of living in the more popular Harvard Square and Kendall Square. Inman Square real estate has been growing in popularity over the years.
Conveniently situated a short walk east of Harvard Square, north of Central Square, south of Union Square, and west of Lechmere (also known as East Cambridge), Inman Square is a fairly centralized neighborhood within the Mid-Cambridge/Somerville area. Inman Square real estate includes apartments and homes located just minutes away from Boston.
Inman Square is a culturally diverse neighborhood, home to professionals, working people, and students and professors from neighboring MIT and Harvard. Inman Square also has strong Brazilian and Portuguese influences, which can clearly be seen in the storefronts lining Cambridge Street, especially to the east of Prospect Street. The neighborhood of Inman Square flaunts a vibrant flair that is infectious among its community.