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Last updated: 5/15/19

Mission Hill

One of Boston’s most convenient and diverse neighborhoods.

Even neighborhood homes are diverse in Mission Hill. New condos, brick row houses, and triple-decker homes make the neighborhood an architectural landmark. You can also find Mission Church in Mission Hill.

Mission Hill
Boston, MA 02120, 02115
United States

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Jun 20

Demolition Delay application: 95 Alphonsus St., Mission Hill

Landmarks Commission
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Jun 20

Free ParkARTS Children’s workshops in July and August

Parks and Recreation
Members of the BBR Reuse Center with Commissioner Carl Spector and Mayor Walsh
Jun 12

2019 Greenovate Award winners

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Jun 11

2019 City of Boston scholarship fund awardees announced

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Jul 18

Summer tennis and reading program (ages 6 - 10)

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Jul 18

Summer tennis and reading program (ages 11 - 18)

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Jul 18

Boston Neighborhood Basketball League

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Jul 19

Summer tennis and reading program (ages 6 - 10)

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Neighborhood features

Mission Hill is just one mile from downtown Boston. Recent updates have renewed the neighborhood, while keeping its original character. Improvements include:

  • the addition of mixed-income housing
  • the renovation of One Brigham Circle, and
  • the growth of businesses on Tremont Street and Huntington Avenue.

The community is home to a large African American and Hispanic population. Students at nearby colleges love the convenience of living here. Many young families who work in the Longwood Medical Area also call Mission Hill home.