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Emerson College Apartments Emerson College is right on Boston Common, so sometimes off-campus housing can be tough to find. Many students tend to live in Fenway apartments or in the Back bay, and some chose to commute from farther locations located on the MBTA train or bus lines. MA College of Pharmacy Apartments The MA College of Pharmacy's Boston campus is accessible via the MBTA bus lines and is closest to the Longwood train stop on the Green Line. The best apartments for MCPHS students are located in Brookline, Fenway, Longwood, and Mission Hill areas. MassArt Apartments MassArt is right next to the Museum of Fine Arts, and Northeastern University on Huntington Avenue. MassArt is accessible via the MBTA bus lines and is closest to the Longwood train stop on the Green Line. 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Students also venture a bit further to Back Bay, Simmons College Apartments The five-building academic campus is located in Back Bay, and is easily accessible via the MBTA Green Line ‘Longwood Medical Area’ stop on the ‘E’ Line. Fenway apartments are among the most popular for Simmons students, but Simmons students should also consider Longwood and Coolidge Corner. Suffolk University Apartments A Beacon Hill apartment or condo for rent may seem like the obvious choice for Suffolk students, but Beacon Hill is one of the most expensive locations to live in Boston! Students may want to consider renting in Back Bay, Chinatown, or even East Boston. Accessing the central campus location is easy via the Red, Green, Blue, or Orange Lines of the MBTA train system. http://www.bostonbestrealtyonline.com/ The Biomedical Sciences, Dental Medicine, Friedman School of Nutrition, and Schools of Medicine are all in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood, adjacent to Tufts Medical Center. 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