Towns – Brookline

Brookline, Massachusetts 02445

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The community of Brookline touches both Newton and Boston, Massachusetts. Because of its proximity to the capital city, Brookline truly seems like an extension of Boston. Not only are these two Massachusetts communities neighbors they also share many things. Boston University and Boston College both have a portion of their campuses in Brookline.

When visiting Brookline, the amenities of Boston are mere minutes or a subway ride away. The Kennedy Historic Site, Longyear Museum – which features works from Mary Baker Eddy, Olmsted Historic Site, and the Transportation Museum are just a few educational places to visit in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Brookline also offers a large number of parks to visit as well.

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Settled: 1638
Incorporated: 1705
County: Norfolk

Brookline, MA Population:
2008: 54,896
2000: 57,107
1990: 54,718

Brookline, Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce
1330 Beacon Street, Suite 347
Brookline, MA 02446
Ph: 617-739-1330
Fax: 617-739-1200

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