Mission Hill Neighborhood

Mission Hill has been a cornerstone in Boston's long history and takes its name from the Mission Church complex. Originally a section of the independent town of Roxbury, Mission Hill became part of Boston when Roxbury was annexed in 1868. Once filled with farms, breweries, and orchards, Mission Hill has grown into a largely residential neighborhood connecting more central neighborhoods of Boston to Jamaica Plain and Roxbury.  Today it is one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Boston.

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