Quincy is the eighth largest city in Massachusetts with an estimated population of 92,271. Located south of Boston in Norfolk County, Quincy is about 42 miles north of Providence. Quincy is accessible via I-93, Route 3A, Route 1, as well as four stops on the MBTA Red Line. Surrounding towns include Milton, Weymouth, Randolph, Braintree, and Hull.
Quincy has earned the nickname, City of Presidents, due to the fact that it was home to U.S. presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams (whom the city was named after). Much of Quincy’s early history can be found throughout the city.
Modern day Quincy is home to a mix of families, young professionals, and students. Quincy’s close proximity to Boston and Cape Cod make it a desirable place to live for many.
Many regional and national businesses have their headquarters in Quincy, including Stop & Shop, Arbella Insurance, and The Patriot Ledger, a newspaper serving the South Shore of Massachusetts. Quincy is also home to two higher education institutions, Quincy College and Eastern Nazarene College.
Major points of interest in Quincy include Wollaston Beach, Blue Hills Reservation, the birth houses of John Quincy Adams and John Adams, and the Adams National Historical Park.
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