Less than four miles outside of Downtown Boston
sits Dudley-Brunswick King.
Full of non-profit organizations committed to advancing the community, Dudley-Brunswick King is home to the Food Project, CommonWealth Kitchen, Project Hope, and the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative.
Dudley-Brunswick King residents enjoy access to cultural and educational venues such as the Boston Public Library and Oodua African Movie Center. There are a number of parks and green spaces in Dudley-Brunswick King including Clifford Playground, Mary Hannon Park, Ceylon Park, Brunswick-King Play Area, Dacia/Woodcliff Streets Garden, and multiple community gardens sponsored by the Food Project. Boston’s biggest park, Franklin Park, is also nearby and contains numerous amenities.
Convenient to the MBTA Commuter Rail, bus routes, and major highways as well as Boston Logan International
Airport, Dudley-Brunswick King allows for easy commutes and travels.