The City of Newton is located 7 miles from downtown Boston. Newton is looked at as the first suburban area outside of Boston’s Brighton neighborhood to the west and stretches out to its western bordering town of Wellesley. Newton’s northern border is the town of Watertown and its southern border is the town of Needham. Newton sits in Middlesex country and is a patchwork of 13 villages all unified by the same city council, board of alderman, and mayor. Each village has its own identity and small business centers. Between these villages, Newton has a population of roughly 85,000 people. Newton is known for its historic homes, accelerated public school system and higher education, and a great place for a “live, work, play” lifestyle. Public transportation in and out of Newton is convenient and frequent. Money Magazine repeatedly names Newton a top 10 small cities to live in America. The N2 corridor and Massachusetts innovation district sits within Newton and contributes to the cities viability. Newton is home to large corporations such as Trip advisor, Tech-target, and Promise as well as local and small family business.

Newton Office Space Figures
There are 158 office/commercial buildings in the City of Newton’s submarket,  creating 4,276,229 square footage in total.

Newton is comprised of 13 villages/neighborhoods:
•    Auburndale
•    Chestnut Hill
•    Newton Centre
•    Newton Conner
•    Newton Highlands
•    Newton Lower Falls
•    Newton Upper Falls
•    Newton Ville
•    Nonantum
•    Oak Hill
•    Thompsonville
•    Waban
•    West Newton
•    Oak Hill Park

Newton is located 7 miles from down town Boston. Due to the cities proximity to Boston and good public school systems, student population, and unique innovation centers Newton is a desirable place to live and work. Newton supports three forms of quality transportation: MBTA, light rail (Green Line), commuter rail (Worcester line), and frequent bus services. The Massachusetts Pike run through Newton east to west and is the major traveling route for commuters into Newton from Worcester and Boston. Route 128 services most of the western region of the city commuters.

Street parking is available for those with permit parking decals issued by the city. Metered parking is also available for those without decals. There are several parking lots/ garages in Newton most of which provide parking  service the MBTA users .

The following are MBTA parking:
•    MBTA Chestnut Hill Station, Hammond St, Newton, MA 02467
•    MBTA Eliot Station, Lincoln St, Newton, MA 02461
•    MBTA Newtonville Station, 770 Washington St, Newton, MA 02460
•    MBTA Woodland Station, 1940 Washington St, Newton, MA 02466

Boston College is located in the City of Newton. Being the largest employer of the city the college is spread out between several different villages within, while Boston Law School is distinctly located in Newton Center.

Other colleges in Newton, MA include:
•    Andover Newton Theological School in Newton Centre
•    Boston College in Chestnut Hill
•    Boston College Law School in Newton Centre
•    Hebrew College in Newton Centre
•    Mount Ida College in Oak Hill
•    Lasell College in Auburndale

•    Crystal Lake
•    Jackson Homestead
•    Heartbreak Hill
•    Echo Bridge
•    Norumbega Park
•    Chestnut Hill Reservoir
•    Bulloughs Pond
•    WHDH-TV Tower
•    Woodland Country Club
•    Charles River Country Club
•    Brae Burn Country Club

•    Crowne Plaza Hotel- Newton
•    Hotel Indigo-Newton
•    Marriott Hotel- Newton
•    Sheraton Hotel- Needham
•    Double Tree Hotel- Brighton
•    Beacon Inn- Brookline