Located on Boston's south edge (but considered the geographic center of Boston), Roxbury is a developing neighborhood running along the city's trolley car tracks and sprinkled with community gardens and parks. Brownstones line the residential side streets while bright murals liven up downtown's storefronts and columns. Public Transit's Orange Line and bus lines run directly through Roxbury, depositing you quickly and directly in Boston's downtown. As the heart of Black culture in Boston, Roxbury is in the midst of a renaissance, with new businesses and housing initiatives reviving and renewing Dudley Square, Crosstown, and Grove Hall. After being a street full of vacant lots, Blue Hill is now a thriving business district. The current Roxbury Real Estate market offers single-family homes for $440,000 - $900,000 and condos for anywhere between $320,000 - $800,000. Residents and visitors enjoy the parks, museums, cultural centers, and historic landmarks (think: Shirley-Eustis House) littered throughout this neighborhood.
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