The town of Roxbury is a Boston neighborhood that was founded in the early 1600s. Part of The Massachusetts Bay Colony, Roxbury was known as a hub of trade and travel. In addition to the abundant land, the community had desirable resources such as wood and stone. Roxbury also had some famous faces who played a part in the Revolutionary War, and became an even more popular place to live after the war ended. One of the reasons the population increased so much is because commodities and trade were showing no signs of slowing down. Roxbury’s downtown area really took shape in the 1900s, and continues to thrive today.
1990 Columbus Ave Bus Stop 0.2 mi (4 min away)
Columbus Ave @ Walnut Ave Bus Stop 0.1 mi (2 min away)
Columbus Ave @ Weld Ave Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Washington St @ W Walnut Pk Bus Stop 0.2 mi (5 min away)
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