Suffolk University
Suffolk University’s main campus is located in Beacon Hill in the heart of Downtown Boston. Neighborhoods surrounding the university include Beacon Hill, the North End, and Back Bay. Other great options for students who don’t mind a short commute to school include East Boston, Allston/Brighton, Brookline, and Cambridge.
Back Bay
Located between the Charles River is to the north and the Public Garden is to the south, Back Bay is one of Boston’s oldest and most attractive neighborhoods. The Back Bay is about a ten minute train ride to campus. The Back Bay is convenient to both the green and orange line trains.
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Beacon Hill
Most of Suffolk’s campus is located within Beacon Hill. Beacon Hill is convenient to the green line, red line, and blue line trains. Beacon Hill is charming and historic and features high end boutiques and restaurants.
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North End
Walking distance from campus, the North End offers a variety of housing with a lot of charm. Known primarily as Boston’s Little Italy, the North End features a plethora of Italian restaurants and gelaterias. The green and orange line trains and bus lines are accessible at Haymarket Station.
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East Boston
If you’re looking for a great deal on an apartment, East Boston may be the right fit. East Boston is transforming itself into a safe, inexpensive alternative to the pricey neighborhoods in the heart of downtown. Located on the blue line train and the silver line bus, East Boston is only a twenty minute commute to Suffolk.
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Allston/Brighton
Located on the green line train, much of Allston and Brighton are about a forty minute commute to Suffolk University on the green line. Both neighborhoods are great for students on a budget. Allston is a vibrant, walkable neighborhood featuring vintage stores, groceries, bars, and live music venues.
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Brookline
Brookline features such hot spots as Coolidge Corner and Washington Square. Brookline is a mix of students, families, and professionals. Coolidge Corner and Washington Square are both about a thirty minute commute from Suffolk on the green line. Coolidge Corner features a great independent movie theater, cafes, restaurants and shops.
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Cambridge
Cambridge and Somerville on the red line train are both within about a half hour commute of Suffolk’s campus. Neighborhoods like Central Square and Davis Square are hip, student friendly areas, close to public transportation and feature coffee shops, second hand stores, bars, and restaurants.
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