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Jeffries Point, Boston

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Jeffries Point, Boston

Jeffries Point is a neighborhood along the waterfront in East Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in East Boston due to its proximity to the harbor, marinas, Piers Park, and the skyline views. Jeffries Point has become home to many young professionals and families, looking for quality living close to the city center. Boston Harbor Shipyard and Marina is home to Harbor Arts and the neighborhood includes many different types of restaurants in the vicinity.


The 101st Intelligence Squadron once built its own air base on land-filled tidal flats at the Point.[1]


  1. ^ "Team Otis Online, The 102d Intelligence Wing". US Air Force. Retrieved 2008-07-10. 
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