Moving to Boston, MA

When moving to Boston, Massachusetts, hire a mover who understands parking in the various districts and neighborhoods around the city. The Boston area contains many diverse neighborhoods and a variety of styles of houses, many with historical style architecture. Some of the neighborhoods include: Jamaica Plains, Copley Square, Beacon Hill, Charlestown, Hyde Park, Mission Hill, Roxbury, China Town, Fenway, Dorchester and others dotted around the city limits.

Considered the unofficial cultural and economic center of the New England region, Boston is the largest city in Massachusetts and all of the New England area, as well. It is the capital of the state of Massachusetts.

The city is rich in history with the American Revolution, including the Boston Tea Party and historical tours of the city along the Freedom Trail. You don’t have to dump tea in the harbor or run in the famous Boston Marathon to enjoy this city.

The city is also home to college students, professionals, families and other eclectic groups. Boston values education, partially because the nation’s first public school was opened in Boston.

From Faneuil Hall to the outskirts of the Greater Boston area, the expanse of Boston includes more than 7 million residents. Locals are known for a distinct accent, mainly in the way the “Ar” sound is pronounced.

From Logan International Airport, to the Boston Harbor, and around the Charles River, Boston is a hub of transportation. Boston is home to the first subway system, now known at the “T”.

If you’re moving into a dormitory on campus at a popular Boston university, find a mover who understands and has experience moving on a time constraint of move-in/move-out policies, waiting on an elevator, parking on a street while loading and unloading or stair carries.

Commuters to Boston come from the outlying locations, still considered the Greater Boston area, such as Cambridge, Framingham, Nashua, Newton, Peabody, Quincy and Waltham. If you decided to live in Peabody, check the local pronunciation before announcing your move.

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