Cambridge Gay Realtors
When people think of Harvard University and MIT, they think of incredibly smart people who are changing the world. Most people believe these two universities are in Boston, but they’re actually located in Cambridge, one of Boston’s neighbors. The city itself was named after the famous University of Cambridge, one of the most prestigious universities in the UK. It’s no wonder, then, that the city has become known for academic excellence.
Today, the steady population of Cambridge is around 105,000 people. Of course, that number increases during the academic year when students return. In addition to being a set of learning, Cambridge is also home to many startups and innovative companies. Kendall Square is home to many of these new businesses and has been named the most innovative square mile on Earth.
Cambridge is very open and welcoming to the LGBT community. There’s not a gay neighborhood per se, but there are many great homes and condos throughout the area. Condos range from $400,000 to around $1.8 million for larger options in the downtown area. Single-family homes start at $815,000 and can cost as much as $2.5 million.