Somerville is a city just north of Boston and bordered by Cambridge, Arlington, Medford, Everett, and Charlestown. Somerville has a number of squares that are centers for business and entertainment, as well as a number of other neighborhoods. Somerville MA real estate has been consistently growing over the years. The city has approximately 83 places on the National Register of Historic Places. These places include various houses, libraries, parkways, churches, among other places, and have been declared landmarks within the city.
The city is served by a number of news sources including The Boston Globe, Somerville Beat, and The Somerville Journal. Buses connect Somerville residents to the Orange, Red, and Green Line stations. Due to Somerville’s close proximity to various institutions of higher education the city has a constant influx of college students and young professionals, who reside in sections near Cambridge where Harvard University, Lesley University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are located.
Somerville consists of closely built two families and triple-deckers that fill the city to house its dense and diversified people. Today, Somerville is a mix of blue-collar families, and young professionals. It is known for its large number of city squares which help mark neighborhood boundaries.