From Riverside Watertown, it won’t take long to get to class. Catch MTBA buses from Watertown Square to reach Harvard University in around 25 minutes. Drive to Boston University or Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 20 minutes, or make the 30-minute cycle ride along the White Bike Path to class. When you want to spend a day in the city you can catch the red line from Cambridge and get to Boston in 40 minutes. If you have your own car, there’s parking available on-site.
After a busy day, return to Watertown where you’ll have all the peace and quiet you need to concentrate on your studies. You can choose to live alone in a self-contained studio or a one-bedroom apartment, or you can share a two-bedroom apartment with a friend. Whatever you decide, you’ll have more than enough space to study and relax.
Freshen up with a hot shower, then spread out your books and make a start on your latest assignment, or curl up on your bed and catch up on your reading. Drop your dirty clothes at the on-site laundry, then head to the nearby Stop & Shop to stock up on ingredients for dinner. Back in your apartment kitchen, cook your favorite food for dinner, or meet friends at Wild Willy’s for grass-fed beef burgers and root beer on tap.
When you get back home to Riverside Watertown, you’ll sleep easy knowing that the maintenance team are available round-the-clock, and it’s easy to manage your money because heating and hot water are included in your rent.