CHA serves some of the most historically significant communities in Massachusetts. With locations in Cambridge, Everett, Malden, Revere and Somerville you will enjoy the benefits of quintessential New England living.

The region is a mix of historical significance that boasts student hang-outs, alternative art and culture venues, vintage clothing shops, bookstores, ethnic restaurants and cafes and upscale shopping boutiques. The surrounding areas also offer a vibrant professional community consisting of educators, biosciences, high tech and healthcare leaders. These captivating cities have so much to offer and are worth exploring time and again!

  • Cambridge MA
    Cambridge, MA is a mix of historical significance, student hang-outs, alternative art and culture venues, vintage clothing shops, bookstores and ethnic restaurants. The city is, well, really cool.
  • The surrounding area of Boston is a hub of activity that includes trendy stores, outdoor cafes and colorful local characters.
  • Boasting such landmarks as the Mount Auburn Cemetery, Tory Row and the Longfellow National Historic Site, Cambridge also offers a vibrant professional community consisting of educators, biosciences, high tech and healthcare leaders.
  • Located just across the Charles River from Boston, Cambridge has a distinct vibe that is noticeable immediately.

There are countless ways to keep yourself entertained in Boston, whether you enjoy shopping, theatre-going and eating at world class restaurants, or attending sporting events, comedy shows, or special events like First Night or the 4th of July with the Boston Pops. Nearby, you’ll find beautiful Cape Cod beaches, historic Salem, MA, hiking, swimming and more.

Boston is also home to a number of museums (art, science, natural history) that cover a variety of styles and eras. At the Museum of Fine Arts, you’ll see cultural treasures and historic icons from around the world and across the ages including ancient Egyptian, classical and Asian art, as well as world-renowned collections of paintings, sculptures and decorative arts. You’ll be richly rewarded for visiting the Museum of Science, the New England Aquarium, the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum, or the Harvard Museum of Natural History, all easily accessible via public transportation.

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Name Location Control Classification Enrollment Founded Accredited
Andover Newton Theological School Newton Private Special-focus 350 1807 1978
Bay State College Boston For-profit Associate’s 1,150 1946 2008
Benjamin Franklin Institute
of Technology
Boston Private Special-focus 513 1908 2006
Bentley University Waltham Private Master’s 5,662 1917 1966
Berklee College of Music Boston Private Special-focus 4,054 1945 1973
Boston Architectural College Boston Private Special-focus 1,338 1889 1991
Boston Baptist College Milton Private Special-focus 153 1976
Newton Private Research 14,621 1863 1935
Boston Conservatory Boston Private Special-focus 613 1867 1968
Boston Graduate School of
Brookline Private Special-focus 178 1973 1996
Boston University Boston Private Research 31,766 1839 1929
Brandeis University Waltham Private Research 5,327 1948 1953
Bunker Hill Community College Boston Public Associate’s 8,806 1973 1976
Cambridge College Cambridge Private Master’s 5,355 1971 1981
Milton Private Baccalaureate 3,097 1879 1970
Eastern Nazarene College Quincy Private Baccalaureate 1,050 1900 1943
Boston Private Master’s 4,536 1880 1950
Emmanuel College Boston Private Master’s 2,467 1919 1933
Episcopal Divinity School Cambridge Private Special-focus 108 1975
Boston Private Associate’s 1,225 1903 1970
Gordon-Conwell Theological
Roxbury Private Special-focus 2,137 1888 1985
Harvard University Cambridge Private Research 25,690 1636 1929
Newton Private Special-focus 201 1921 1955
College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology
Brookline Private Special-focus 222 1937 1974
Hult International Business School Cambridge Private Special-focus 1,000 1964 1976
Labouré College Milton Private Associate’s 548 1892 1975
Newton Private Baccalaureate 1,469 1851 1932
Lesley University Cambridge Private Master’s 7,003 1909 1952
Longy School of Music Cambridge Private Special-focus 235 1915 1995
Massachusetts College of Art
and Design
Boston Public Special-focus 2,349 1873 1954
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Boston Private Special-focus 3,909 1823 1974
Massachusetts Institute of
Cambridge Private Research 10,229 1861 1929
MGH Institute of Health
Boston Private Special-focus 1329 1977 1985
Mount Ida College Newton Private Baccalaureate 1,460 1899 1970
New England College of
Business and Finance
Boston Private Master’s 711 1909 2008
New England College of Optometry Boston Private Special-focus 464 1894 1976
New England Conservatory Boston Private Special-focus 714 1867 1951
New England Institute of Art Brookline For-profit Special-focus 1,975 1952 2004
New England School of Law Boston Private Special-focus 1,103 1938
New England School of Photography Boston For-profit Special-focus 119 1968
Newbury College Brookline Private Baccalaureate 1,088 1962 2000
North Bennet Street School Boston Private Special-focus 166 1881 1985
Northeastern University Boston Private Research 24,434 1898 1940
Pine Manor College Brookline Private Baccalaureate 452 1911 1939
Quincy Public Associate’s 3,932 1958 1980
Roxbury Community College Boston Public Associate’s 2,398 1973 1981
Saint John’s Seminary Boston Private Special-focus 118 1884 1969
School of the Museum of
Fine Arts
Boston Private Special-focus 797 1876
Simmons College Boston Private Master’s 4,933 1899 1929
Suffolk University Boston Private Master’s 12,000 1906 1952
Medford Private Research 10,252 1852 1929
University of Massachusetts Boston Boston Public Research 14,117 1964 1972
Urban College of Boston Boston Private Associate’s 673 1993 2001
Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston Private Special-focus 3,816 1904 1967
Boston Private Master’s 1,109 1939 1950
William James College Boston Private Special-focus 304 1974 1984

Once at the heart of the American Revolution, Massachusetts is home to many historical sites, many of which are free to the public. Boston and its surrounding suburbs were sites of the Boston Tea Party, the Boston Massacre, Paul Revere’s famous ride, and the Battle of Bunker Hill, to name a few.

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Some of our preferred real estate contacts:

Lembu Real Estate
22 Pearl St
Cambridge, MA 02139
Phone: (617) 939-0613

The Rasner Group
955 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02139
Phone: 617-823-9780

Ed Greable and Company
Keller Williams – Cambridge
955 Massachusetts Ave, Suite 100
Cambridge, MA 02139
Phone: 617-905-9128

Boston City Properties
581 Boylston Street
Boston, MA
Phone: 617-247-1933

Compass Realty
Charles Herney
1073 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: 617-733-8937


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