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Observatory Hill

Cambridge, MA

The Neighborhood

The building architecture complements the unique Observatory Hill location with beautiful landscaped public spaces to preserve and enhance the look of the neighborhood.

The Observatory Hill neighborhood has a robust variety local retailers and restaurants and residents can enjoy the local attractions on Concord Avenue that stretches from Fresh Pond to Harvard Square.

Observatory Hill Neighborhood Resource

Located across the street from Paddy’s Lunch, the oldest family owned pub in Cambridge since 1934, the Apartments at Masse Corner will offer residents a centralized urban lifestyle mixed with the rich history of local businesses clustered along Concord Avenue and Huron Avenue.

Local Retailers, Porter Square Mall and Fresh Pond Mall

Close to Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Star Market and Sarah’s Market

Paddy's Lunch local bar & restaurants like Trattoria Pulcinella and Forage

Residents have access to all that the Observatory Hill area of Cambridge has to offer, including outstanding public transportation options. Masse Corner Apartments is a short distance from the Porter Square Train Station, which provides direct access to the MBTA Red Line and Commuter Rail and close to the Harvard Square area and Harvard University campus. It is also situated near Fresh Pond Parkway and Massachusetts Ave, providing an easy commute throughout the Cambridge area and to Downtown Boston, which is home to many corporate headquarters.

Porter Square and Harvard Square Stations

Fresh Pond Parkway

Local Bike Trails

While in close proximity to major roads, the residences are surrounded by public dog-friendly parks like Daheny Park, providing ample outdoor space for dog walks and outdoor activities, the natural wooded environment that abuts Fresh Pond with the south parkway that connects to the famous Charles River.

St. Peters Field

Danehy Dog Park

Corcoran and Callanan Playground