Little bodegas and big ideas characterize this tiny Boston suburb. Chelsea’s active seaport and merchant industry contribute to the city’s gritty reputation, but many have high hopes for Chelsea as its old buildings are transformed into sustainable loft complexes. Boutiques and cafes are slowly moving in, but the city’s corner markets remain its most popular gathering posts. The commuter rail and several bus lines connect Chelsea to Cambridge and Boston.See 5 places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Linda is a freelance photographer who focuses on editorial, event and portrait work. She loves Boston and she loves her camera. Working on the Airbnb project allowed her to get to know her city and its people even better. They did not disappoint.