As you begin to understand Mission Hill neighborhood, the statement “we are everywhere” becomes more clear.
This community is part of the life story for many incredible people who were fortunate in being born, raised here or who lived here in Mission Hill at a point in their life. The epic stories of Kevin Fitzgerald live on and inspire many to do their best to make him proud. This neighborhood is a tight-knit, urban, thriving community where one can engage, learn, grow and participate in a rich cultural setting.
Though many have left, they stay connected. You never know who you will run into when wearing your “Mission Hill Main Streets” tee shirt swag or connecting on social media but it is guaranteed that the conversation and memories will flow as "we are everywhere."
Starting at Tremont Street, from Roxbury Crossing to Brigham Circle and Huntington Avenue, from Longwood Avenue to South Huntington and Heath Street.
Mission Hill Main Streets is a non-profit organization that works with local businesses, residents and community organizations to revitalize our local business district and strengthen our community.
With the City of Boston and the National Main Street Center, we are part of a citywide and nationwide movement to revitalize local businesses, shopping districts and community.