The town of Brookline is comprised of many neighborhoods, each with its own distinctive culture, architecture and available resources.
Located in the heart of Brookline where Harvard and Beacon Streets meet, Coolidge Corner is home to many fine boutiques, specialty stores, cafés and restaurants. Of particular note is the Coolidge Corner Theater, a restored art deco movie theater premiering art house and independent films. Find out more about Coolidge Corner happenings here.
Washington Square is the intersection of Beacon and Washington Streets. Noted for its long relationship with fabulous eateries, the square has expanded to include many of the area’s finest restaurants.
Harvard Street in Brookline Village has been described by the Boston Globe as having “some of the best shopping in the Greater Boston area.” Its unique character is defined by an eclectic collection of restaurants and retail stores.
Known for its beautiful homes and green space, “SoBro” offers the quiet of the suburbs only a short distance from Brookline’s active community. Close to Chestnut Hill, bordering Route 9 and the Jamaicaway, South Brookline is a little of the country right here in the city.