As Boston’s largest neighborhood, Dorchester is also one of its most diverse, attracting a wide variety of ethnic populations and a large number of up-and-coming professionals. Its central business district, Uphams Corner, has restaurants for all tastes, a supermarket, three major banks, pharmacies, a large health center, theatrical and musical performances at the historic Strand Theatre, and numerous shoe, clothing and all other kinds of stores. Ashmont Hill, a neighborly community of long-term residents and newcomers where people are friendly and look out for each other, is a historic district of fine Victorian homes, diverse businesses and farmer’s markets clustered around an old-fashioned village square, readily accessible by subway and multiple bus routes.
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