The Roxbury Crossing neighborhood in southwest Boston
features apartments that are a short ride away from many of the city's attractions.
Those who want to quickly get from their Roxbury Crossing apartments to downtown Boston can hop on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Orange Line, which will lead them to points within the heart of the city.
Along the way, Orange Line riders may notice Northeastern University's main campus. As a result, students attending the school may consider Roxbury Crossing apartments because of their proximity to the college.
Roxbury Community College is also located near Roxbury Crossing apartments, as are a number of other schools and cultural centers.
History buffs who have apartments in Roxbury Crossing will have easy access to the Roxbury Heritage State Park. According to the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, the area features the Dillaway-Thomas House, which was constructed in 1750.
The home acted as the headquarters for the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, and provided shelter for General John Thomas during the 1775 siege of Boston. The MDCR notes the restored house features a look at how Roxbury has changed over the years, along with a view of the city.
Going further down toward the end of the Orange Line offers those who rent apartments in Roxbury Crossing access to the Bunker Hill Monument, another important marker from the Revolutionary War.
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