Livability Quincy, MA
Meet Quincy. This charming, historic city is a stone’s throw from Boston, but has a unique identity of its own. In this beautiful Massachusetts city, you’ll find a pleasing quality of life where big-city amenities blend with a relaxing, small-town vibe.
Quincy, nicknamed the “City of Presidents” for being the birthplace of John Adams and John Quincy Adams, is rich in history and also rich in economic resources. Its diverse and thriving economy is powered by sectors such as manufacturing, technology and health care and is also part of the new Life Sciences Corridor. When you’re ready for the weekend, be sure to enjoy plentiful outdoor activities and lively entertainment, along with a vibrant nightlife scene boasting great pubs.
Quincy is also well connected to Boston via four subway rail stations and great interstate access. Also, Logan International Airport is just 10 miles to the north.
If you’re thinking about moving to Quincy, MA, be sure to check out the new Livability Quincy, Massachusetts, magazine for everything you need to know about living and working here.
Livability Quincy, Massachusetts is sponsored by the Quincy Chamber of Commerce.