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Newton Centre, Massachusetts

Union Street, Newton Centre

Newton Centre is a village of Newton, Massachusetts. The main commercial center of Newton Centre is a triangular area surrounding the intersections of Beacon Street, Centre Street, and Langley Road. It is the largest downtown area among all the villages of Newton, and serves as a large upscale shopping destination for the western suburbs of Boston. Newton City Hall is located at 1000 Commonwealth Avenue in Newton Centre.


  • Colleges and universities 1
  • Historic pictorial map 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Colleges and universities

  • The Boston College Law School campus, which also includes undergraduate housing, is located on Centre Street at the Newton Centre-Newton Corner line.
  • Andover Newton Theological School is located on Herrick Road in Newton Centre.
  • Hebrew College is also located on Herrick Road in Newton Centre.
  • Mount Ida College is located on Dedham Street, which is approximately 5 miles from Newton Centre. Mount Ida is set on a lovely New England campus yet a very easy, convenient commute to Newton Centre and Boston. Mount Ida also includes undergraduate housing and is widely known for is Veterinary Technologist Program with a state-of-the-art facility.

Historic pictorial map

1897 Newton Centre bird's eye view

See also


External links

  • Andover Newton Theological School website
  • City of Newton website

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