Cambridge Gay Neighborhoods
Cambridge, Massachusetts, is known for being the home of both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University. As a part of the Boston metro area, it’s also a great historical city with plenty to see and do. The city was founded in 1631, so there are many interesting sites here.
As you would expect from a city that’s a part of the very diverse Boston, Cambridge is fairly welcoming to the LGBT community. Paradise, one of the most popular gay bars in the area, is located in Cambridge and draws a good crowd. The fact that the two universities in Cambridge tend to bring a large number of younger, more accepting people to the city also helps make the area a good choice for LGBT singles and couples.
What’s it going to cost to live in Cambridge? If you’re looking for a condo, expect to pay anywhere from $350,000 to $2.3 million. Single family homes, likewise, start at around $350,000 and top out at around $4.2 million.