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The Neighborhood

Say hello to the
middle of everything

With grocery stores, restaurants, shopping, bike paths, and two T stops just steps away, getting to where you need (and want) to go is easy.

Say hello
to convenience

The T is steps away at either Sullivan Square or Community College stations. Then, it’s just a few stops to Downtown Boston, Cambridge, and Assembly Row, all easily accessible from The Harvey.

  • Walk to two orange line MBTA stations in under 10 minutes

  • Enjoy sports and entertainment at TD Garden, just one stop away

  • Climb at Brooklyn Boulders in close-by Union Square

Say hello
to to-do’s done

Need provisions for the week? Whole Foods is steps away. Need a new outfit for date night? The shops at Assembly Row are one T stop away. The Harvey is the perfect location for getting your errands done.

  • Finish your errands with Whole Foods close by

  • Food and fun at Assembly Row, just one stop away

  • Find a variety of shopping and dining at CambridgeSide Galleria

Say hello
to local flavor

From Boston’s best neighborhood restaurant, Monument Tavern, to bars and coffee shops, there are plenty of spots to explore and enjoy. It won’t be hard to find your favorite local hangout near The Harvey.

  • Experience a neighborhood favorite, Monument Tavern

  • Enjoy Charlestown’s classic Warren Tavern

  • Sample the brews and live bands at Aeronaut Brewery

Who’s Harvey?

Harvey Perley Hood founded H.P. Hood dairy in Charlestown over a hundred years ago. And while his business and Charlestown have grown over the years, his pioneering spirit still remains.

Today, the site of the former Hood plant is Boston’s newest neighborhood. So it’s only fitting that the first residential building to be established here, The Harvey, is named after Mr. Hood.