Brookline is a great place to be a senior! This vibrant Boston suburb blends the culture, history and diversity of the city with a distinctly inviting neighborhood feel.
Brookline is also one of the most senior-friendly communities in the country, recently accepted by the World Health Organization into its Global Network of Age-friendly Cities and Communities. As a member, Brookline is part of a growing global movement of communities that are striving to better meet the needs of older residents.
Shops and recreation parks, cafes and walking trails, entertainment and cultural venues—Brookline has so much to offer, and Center Communities of Brookline is located in the heart of it all.
In close proximity to the many programs and services of Brookline's active Senior Center, The Marilyn and André Danesh Family Residences at 100 Centre Street and The Julian and Carol Feinberg Cohen Residences at 112 Centre Street are located in bustling Coolidge Corner, and The Diane and Mark Goldman Family Residences at 1550 Beacon Street are steps from Washington Square. Both neighborhoods combine a warm, friendly atmosphere with access to public transportation, professional services, the Brookline Senior Center and more, all within easy walking distance.