With a WalkScore of 75, East Arlington is the most walkable neighborhood in town. Not only is living in a walkable town beneficial to your health, the environment, and finances – it gets you out into the community more. And what better community to walk and enjoy than East Arlington.
The Boston Globe recently said, “East Arlington is the Place to Be.” We couldn’t agree more. Capitol Square in East Arlington has its own culture and arts scene, with a whole host of shops and restaurants. The area also boasts a fantastic mix of people from all ages and backgrounds – from young professionals, families, people who are new to town and people who have lived here their whole lives.
Not to mention, East Arlington has a blend of housing that includes single family homes, condos, and multifamily homes that gives it that urban/suburban vibe.
And if anyone knows East Arlington, it is our very own Tracy Wallace. Read Tracy’s Q&A to understand what makes East Arlington special to her.
Close to the Red Line at Alewife, the Minuteman Bikeway, Davis Square, Harvard Square, Route 2 and Route 60, East Arlington is a great place to live.