Coolidge Corner

Coolidge Corner is a neighborhood of Brookline, Massachusetts, centered around the intersection of Beacon Street and Harvard Street. The neighborhood takes its name from the Coolidge brothers' general store that opened in 1857 at that intersection at the site of today's S.S. Pierce building and that was for many years the only commercial business in north Brookline.

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Coolidge Corner - Transit
... Coolidge Corner is served by the Coolidge Corner station of the MBTA's Green Line "C" Branch, which runs along Beacon Street ... The 66 MBTA bus route runs through Coolidge Corner along Harvard Street on its way from Dudley to Harvard Square ...
Coolidge Corner (MBTA Station)
... Coolidge Corner station is a stop on the "C" branch of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Green Line, located in the Coolidge Corner ... is convenient to the many stores and restaurants in Coolidge Corner, as well as the Coolidge Corner Theatre, a nationally recognized non-profit arthouse movie theater ...

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