Our City - Boston, MA
Founded in 1630, Boston is one of America’s oldest cities. As the capital of Massachusetts, Boston hosts the seat of government for the state, and is the largest city in New England. The city is often referred to as the “Cradle of Liberty” for its role in instigating the American Revolution in the late 18th Century.
Boston has remained a world-class city by its ability to grow and evolve with the times, and very often, its propensity for staying ahead of the times. With the plentiful supply of college students and graduates, Boston has become a hotbed of research and innovation in industry. The crop of local college graduates has also attracted many businesses in the thriving high technology, biomedical, and healthcare industries, which keep Boston at the center of discovery.
Getting around Boston is very easy. Known as a “walking city,” Boston is also home to America’s first subway system, which is part of an intricate network of public transportation in the Greater Boston area.