Boston neighborhoods good for startups?


Which areas in Boston are best for startups? I'm looking to move there with my co-founder next month.

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asked Mar 13 '14 at 04:35
Jacob Buckelew
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Anywhere close to a Red Line stop is good. Two of the densest areas are Kendall Square in Cambridge and the Downtown / South Station / Chinatown area. If you're close to either of those, you'll have easy access to events, coworking spaces, and other startups.

Personally, I love Somerville, around the Davis Square area. It's quick to get anywhere along the red line still, but the rent is cheaper and there's an arts / maker scene in the area that gives it a ton of culture. There are some standout startups around here too, including Better Lesson, The Echo Nest, and Pill Pack.

Please ask in additional questions you have as a comment to this, and I'll edit to improve my answer. I run Boston Startups Guide and have been here for around 8 years now.

answered Mar 13 '14 at 21:13
Jay Neely
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