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Welcome to Upham's Corner, Boston.
This neighborhood is a vibrant retail district filled with historic features and innovative opportunities. Residents here enjoy an active lifestyle in a creative atmosphere, and have the perk of a very walkable urban neighborhood. The bustling village of Upham's Corner features a new top-of-the-line fitness center and a multitude of dining places. Whether you're in the mood for a laid-back brunch or a fancy five-star dinner, Upham's Corner has you covered. The neighborhood also features a landmark performing arts venue, a supermarket, several banks and other service amenities. Upham's Corner is brimming with creative energy as the neighborhood is home to plenty of artists and artist's studios, as well as galleries. You'll find specialty stores, clothing boutiques and interior design shops all over - it's pretty safe to say you can find anything you need here. Upham's Corner is a culturally diverse neighborhood, featuring a vivacious and colorful blend of people. Everyone is welcome in this urban village, and the commercial district caters to over 14,000 people from both the neighborhood and outside commuters. The neighborhood is thankfully situated only 2.5 miles from downtown Boston, and residents can enjoy easy access to the hustle and bustle of the city through the MBTA Red Line stations. Those who would rather use eco-friendly means can hop on a bike and be in South End in only 15 minutes! Two of the more famous residential areas in Upham's Corner are Jones Hill and Virginia-Monadnock. These two communities feature beautiful historic Victorian homes, while other enclaves in the area boasts 19th century architecture that is easy on the eyes. Being an old neighborhood, Upham's Corner offers plenty of sights, like the Strand Theatre from 1918, and the Blake House from 1661.
"The Blake House " by Bill Ilott as licensed under CC BY 2.0
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