Dorchester (colloquially referred to as Dot) is a neighborhood in the City of Boston, Massachusetts.
An area with rich history, and originally a separate town, Dorchester was annexed to Boston in 1870 and is now Boston's largest neighborhood.
Dorchester is a cultural melting pot. It’s filled with diverse and thriving families, active community organizations and some really great restaurants. Local residents have a fierce love for their neighborhood and take great pride in its upkeep.
Downtown Boston is just a 5.5 mile drive, and is also accessible via the Red “T” Line, making it a great place to live for those who commute for work.