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Just 1.8 square miles, Chelsea lies next to the scenic Boston Harbor on the Mystic and Chelsea Rivers. A glorious view of Boston's nearby skyline can be enjoyed from the waterfront and from numerous hills and high points throughout the City. Settled in 1624, Chelsea is an old city with a rich and proud history. The Industrial Revolution transformed the once pastoral suburb into a bustling manufacturing center. Chelsea flourished and its ambitious, ethnically diverse population boomed. Undaunted by a massive fire in 1908 and again in 1973, the citizens and business people of Chelsea rebuilt their City each time with a remarkable zeal and determination. Growth resumed; prosperity returned. Hundreds of thriving businesses were proud to call Chelsea their home. Although noticeable industrial, Chelsea has many other important assets - tree-lined streets with affordable, well-kept homes, ballparks, playgrounds, excellent schools and a bustling, friendly downtown, plus three National Register Districts. Major highways and active rail lines traverse the City; commuter bus and train services are readily available, too. Logan International Airport, the eighth busiest airport in the world, is just five minutes away. Area import/export operations are facilitated by a well-marked network of commercial roads that services the airport. Chelsea's location has always been excellent, its neighbors friendly and its workforce exceptional. It is Chelsea's new pride, new spirit of cooperation and new leadership that are making the difference.
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