eet its entire length,—will stimulate improvements in the business accommodations of this locality.
In no part of the city has more ample and excellent provision for existing needs of the mercantile interests been made than in North Cambridge above Porter's Station, where the Henderson, Odd Fellows, and other fine blocks have lately been built.
On Cambridge Street considerable improvement has taken place in the store properties within the past few years, and the large purchases of Middlesex County for a new Registry of Deeds building, together with the improvement of Binney fields for park purposes, render the street much more attractive, and increase the value of property on it.
The extensive area filled by the East Cambridge Land Company, which is made more accessible by the extension of First Street, has tempted many large manufactories to that region, and there is still abundant room for many more.
This territory is scarcely a mile from the northern depots of Boston, and