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What Renters Like and Dislike About Massachusetts College of Art and Design

I like living close to a park, a library, and a fire station. Near us is a street that has banks, fast food restaurants, a Home Depot and a grocery store.

This is a good school district from k to 12, quiet neighborhood and typical safe to raise family. Parks are nearby and easy access.

I like to live near a big shopping mall because it is very convenient for shopping. If there is also a cinema, it will be even better

I love that the naborerhood has alot of flowers around.you always see kids playing at the park. You Always feel safe because there is always alot of people around.

I like to go to the nearby bar with my friends, where the laughter can make me forget my troubles. I also like to go to the nearby supermarket with my girlfriend, where the things are good and cheap

I like that my neighborhood is largely post-graduate aged people like me. I also like our local hang out spots, like Tiki Bar and The Ranch.

Who Lives Here

Massachusetts College of Art and Design Demographics

Education

High School

55%

Associate's

34%

Bachelor's

3%

Master's

8%

Doctorate

0%

Family Size

2 people

60%

3 people

18%

4 people

18%

5 people

3%

6+ people

2%

Household Income

0-50k

44%

50-100k

40%

100-150k

15%

150-200k

1%

200k+

0%

Age

0-10

11%

10-20

11%

20-45

30%

45-65

26%

65+

21%

Getting Around Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Massachusetts College of Art and Design Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

22%

15-30 Mins

9%

30-40 Mins

12%

40-60 Mins

32%

60+ Mins

24%

Massachusetts College of Art and Design Education

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Living in Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MA

Boston-area business and community leaders appealed to the Massachusetts State Legislature during the 1860s to create a number of institutions dedicated to stimulating interest and learning in the fields of technology and fine art. In addition to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Museum of Fine Arts, this movement also led to the development of the Massachusetts Normal Art School in 1873. Founders Walter Smith and Charles Callahan Perkins wanted a blend of arts and business learning. Today, the school has evolved into the Massachusetts College of Art and Design - commonly known as MassArt.

According to its mission statement, MassArt is designed to "prepare students to participate in the creative economy as fine artists, designers and art educators, and to engage in the well being of their society. As a national leader in visual art and design education, the college influences contemporary culture through the accomplishments of its alumni and the creative activities of its faculty and staff."

Those living in student housing or an off campus apartment at MassArt have access to the school's distinguished academic programs and fields of study. Students may pursue degrees in concentrations such as Animation, Liberal Arts, Film/Video, Art Education, Architectural Design, Photography, Illustration, Industrial Design, Fashion Design, Studio Foundation and more.

Student living and university living at MassArt revolve around a variety of traditional campus student organizations and activities. Students may also enjoy Boston landmarks such as Fenway Park, Boston Common, the John Hancock Building, TD Garden and Back Bay.

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