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Mission Hill is a ¾ square mile [2] neighborhood of Boston . The population was estimated at 15,883 in 2011. [3] About 3,000 short-term residents are undergraduates from neighboring colleges (approximately 16%) and maybe another 1500 are short-term visiting scholars, students, researchers, and degree candidates (or about 8%) working in the adjacent Longwood Medical Area for Harvard Medical School , Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health , and/or the Harvard teaching hospitals . [ citation needed ]

The Mission Hill Triangle is an architectural conservation district with a combination of freestanding houses built by early wealthy landowners, blocks of traditional brick rowhouses, and many triple-deckers . [4] Many are now condominiums , but there are also several two-family and some single-family homes.

The neighborhood was named in March 2008 as one of 25 "Best ZIP Codes in Massachusetts" by The Boston Globe , citing increased value in single-family homes, plentiful restaurants and shopping, a marked racial diversity, and the behavioral fact that 65% of residents walk, bike, or take public transit to their work. [5]

Once filled with farms, breweries, and orchards, Mission Hill has grown into a largely residential neighborhood connecting more central neighborhoods of Boston to Jamaica Plain  and Roxbury .

Mission Hill’s streets wind up and down the steep hill the neighborhood is named for, and spectacular views of Boston’s skyline can be had from the new Kevin W. Fitzgerald Park . Mission Hill is a very popular area for students at the nearby Northeastern University, which explains why it has one of the highest concentrations of residents enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs.

Feel free to explore the nearby neighborhoods of Fenway/Kenmore , Longwood Medical Area  and Coolidge Corner , as well!

It has also been popular outside of the United States and Canada, receiving broadcasts in Australia, Eastern Europe , Latin America , Spain and New Zealand . Stylistically, the series is recognizable for its bright, neon color palette, and features a peculiar mixture of modern animation and traditional "cartoonish" drawings (dashed lines coming from eyes to indicate line of vision, red bolts of lightning around a spot in pain).

The show was created by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein , former executive producers of The Simpsons , and the artistic designer was Lauren MacMullan . It features the voices of Wallace Langham , Scott Menville , Brian Posehn , Vicki Lewis , Nick Jameson , Tom Kenny , Herbert Siguenza , Jane Wiedlin , Tress MacNeille and Lisa Kushell . The theme song is a faster, instrumental version of "Italian Leather Sofa" by Cake .

Thirteen episodes of the show were produced while five more were written, but never completed. Animatics for some of these episodes were in production at the time of the show's cancellation. It was planned to put these animatics on the DVD for the series, but this never came to fruition. However, several of the animatics—including a completed video animatic and synchronized audio read-through of the episode "Pretty in Pink (Crap Gets in Your Eyes)"—have been released through various internet outlets.

Mission Hill is a ¾ square mile [2] neighborhood of Boston . The population was estimated at 15,883 in 2011. [3] About 3,000 short-term residents are undergraduates from neighboring colleges (approximately 16%) and maybe another 1500 are short-term visiting scholars, students, researchers, and degree candidates (or about 8%) working in the adjacent Longwood Medical Area for Harvard Medical School , Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health , and/or the Harvard teaching hospitals . [ citation needed ]

The Mission Hill Triangle is an architectural conservation district with a combination of freestanding houses built by early wealthy landowners, blocks of traditional brick rowhouses, and many triple-deckers . [4] Many are now condominiums , but there are also several two-family and some single-family homes.

The neighborhood was named in March 2008 as one of 25 "Best ZIP Codes in Massachusetts" by The Boston Globe , citing increased value in single-family homes, plentiful restaurants and shopping, a marked racial diversity, and the behavioral fact that 65% of residents walk, bike, or take public transit to their work. [5]

Once filled with farms, breweries, and orchards, Mission Hill has grown into a largely residential neighborhood connecting more central neighborhoods of Boston to Jamaica Plain  and Roxbury .

Mission Hill’s streets wind up and down the steep hill the neighborhood is named for, and spectacular views of Boston’s skyline can be had from the new Kevin W. Fitzgerald Park . Mission Hill is a very popular area for students at the nearby Northeastern University, which explains why it has one of the highest concentrations of residents enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs.

Feel free to explore the nearby neighborhoods of Fenway/Kenmore , Longwood Medical Area  and Coolidge Corner , as well!

Mission Hill is a ¾ square mile [2] neighborhood of Boston . The population was estimated at 15,883 in 2011. [3] About 3,000 short-term residents are undergraduates from neighboring colleges (approximately 16%) and maybe another 1500 are short-term visiting scholars, students, researchers, and degree candidates (or about 8%) working in the adjacent Longwood Medical Area for Harvard Medical School , Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health , and/or the Harvard teaching hospitals . [ citation needed ]

The Mission Hill Triangle is an architectural conservation district with a combination of freestanding houses built by early wealthy landowners, blocks of traditional brick rowhouses, and many triple-deckers . [4] Many are now condominiums , but there are also several two-family and some single-family homes.

The neighborhood was named in March 2008 as one of 25 "Best ZIP Codes in Massachusetts" by The Boston Globe , citing increased value in single-family homes, plentiful restaurants and shopping, a marked racial diversity, and the behavioral fact that 65% of residents walk, bike, or take public transit to their work. [5]




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