Roslindale, Massachusetts is a neighborhood of Boston bordered by Jamaica Plain, Hyde Park, West Roxbury and Mattapan. It is served by an MBTA Commuter Rail line, MBTA bus lines and the nearby MBTA Orange Line.
Located just six miles south-southwest of downtown Boston, Roslindale is experiencing a renaissance with new residents, new businesses and a thriving business district with outdoor cafes, upscale restaurants and boutiques.
In the 1920s, Roslindale Village assumed the configuration it has today, with tree-lined Adams Park at its center. Roslindale is situated between several other Boston neighborhoods like Jamaica Plain and West Roxbury. Roslindale's tree lined streets are lined with one and two family residences. In recent years, many multi family homes have been turned in to condominiums.