Why Burlington, Massachusetts

The Cornerstone of Commerce, Industry, and Comfortable Living

Centrally located within the state of Massachusetts, right off of Route 128, the town of Burlington, MA, represents the cornerstone of New England living. With convenient commuter access to career and educational hubs such as Boston and Cambridge alongside the copious recreational parks, restaurants, and commerce, Burlington has become a desired location for a growing populace of educated professionals seeking a comfortable, friendly environment for themselves and their loved ones.

The heart of Burlington, Massachusetts, lies within its talented pool of working professionals, living, engaging, and collaborating within various innovative industries and their communities. Our wonderful town brings professional trailblazers together, forming an enriched community of world-changing life scientists, dedicated manufacturers, tech innovators, and life-saving medical professionals.


Settled in 1641, originally as part of Woburn, MA, Burlington was officially incorporated as its own town in 1799. In 1954, the completion of Route 128 acted as the catalyst for rapid industrial expansion. Since then, the town has expanded and grown from its well-respected agricultural roots into a professional hub for business, education, science, technology, and manufacturing innovators and their families.

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Northeastern Innovation Campus

The Northeastern University Innovation Campus is a 14-acre hub dedicated to innovative research and entrepreneurship. Here, university students work hands-on alongside experienced and well-educated faculty members and professionals within various industries, government agencies, and academia.

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Live Here

With six outstanding public schools and additional learning centers, abundant recreational spaces, and plenty of local restaurants, coffee shops, and shopping centers, Burlington, MA, is ideal for professionals of all ages and their families to call home. Nestled right off of Route 128, the neighboring business and education hubs of Cambridge, Boston, Lowell, Nashua, NH, and their respective industries are easily accessible, making for smooth commutes and recreational travel.

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Travel Here

Seeking a friendly and convenient place to stay in Massachusetts during your travels? Whether visiting for business or pleasure, Burlington, MA, is an ideal access point within Massachusetts due to the regions’ major business, educational, cultural, and commercial locations such as Cambridge, MA, Boston, MA, and its freeway connections to Logan Airport and Hanscom Air Force Base, as well as the historical cities of Lexington and Concord, MA. While you stay, be sure to visit our many local restaurants, shopping, and some of the best coffee shops and cafes in the state.

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Ways & Means DPW/REC Subcommittee

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Select Board Subcommittee Meeting - Alcohol - Rescheduled from 9/20/21

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Ways & Means Subcommittee Meeting

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Reapportionment Committee

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