Chinatown may have been built on a landfill, but you’d never know it while walking around this neighborhood. What identifies this area of the city is the truly mixed uses of land. Residential properties co-exist with family-owned and -operated businesses, local institutions, and, of course, some of the best Chinese restaurants in the country. With four community murals and old ads still adorning the sides of brick buildings, a walk through Chinatown is also unique. The neighborhood is accessible via several nearby MBTA stations and major roadways.
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