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Boston Common is the central public park in downtown Boston. Opened in 1634, it is the oldest city park in the country. Spanning nearly 50 acres, Boston Common contains more than just open green space. The Massachusetts State House stands on the northern edge of the Common and the campus of Emerson College occupies the southern corner. The Boston Public Garden is a favorite among resident and visitors, featuring gorgeous landscaping, a wide variety of tree species and bronze statues of several notable historical figures.
Boston Common serves as the anchor for the Emerald Necklace, a term used for the system of connected parks that flows through several neighborhoods in Boston. The Common is also a popular venue for community events and celebrations that include everything from Shakespeare performances to fireworks. Searching for a new home near Boston Common? Explore Equity’s collection of available Boston Common apartments today.
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