To the east of Harvard, Central Square has the honor of being named the official Cultural District in 2012 by the Mass Cultural Council and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s actually most notable for the wide variety of startups ranging from technology to internet to pharmaceutical enterprises. The City of Cambridge offers financial incentives causing multitudes of young professionals and attendees of Harvard or MIT flock to the area. The vibrant neighborhood is easy to navigate with plenty of live music and theaters featuring spots like The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub which attracts national acts in an intimate setting as well as the Central Square Theater. Residents and visitors also enjoy an exceptional selection of ethnic restaurants. Public transportation is served by the MBTA red line and a number of bus routes running through the area.
Real Estate in Central Square
Here in Central Square, there are several multi story brownstones providing more affordable housing options along side of some newer buildings, most notably the University Park collection around the Sydney St. area. Tenants tend to love the community and therefore typically stay in the community for years, which also helps to bolster the micro economy.