Brighton

Vibrant and Youthful Community
In the northwestern area of Boston, Brighton is considered by many as the definitive college neighborhood. Brighton is filled with students of Boston College, sitting right on the edge of the community. It is also a short drive away from Harvard University, along with M.I.T. With a growing community of young professionals and families, Brighton is very diverse in its demographics. On Commonwealth Avenue much of the action starts, hosting a lively business scene, along with Washington Street. The Green Line rail system offers convenient transportation. At the center of town is Rogers Park, which offers plenty of green space for outdoor activity, as well as baseball, tennis, and basketball recreational areas. For grocery shopping convenience, residents find the local Whole Food Market and the Star Market, which lies right outside of town, perfect for when a fast dash is needed to stock the kitchen. The area alongside Chestnut Hill Reservoir is a perfect place for a peaceful stroll.

There are many fun places to eat, drink, and socialize. Restaurants include Greek Village Gyros And Grill, Twelve Hours, El Pelón Taqueria, Dash Cafe, and Devlin's. Bars that are worth a visit for experiencing a bit of Brighton nightlife include Last Drop, Corrib Pub, Porter Belly's Pub, and Deep Ellum. Brighton is a thriving community, full of youthful energy and the collegiate spirit - perfect for people who want to be near the heart of Boston’s collegiate and business attractions.
What Brighton Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Brighton
Studio
$
1,542
1 Bedroom
$
1,847
2 Bedroom
$
2,171

Getting to Know
Brighton

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