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West End Village

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With a location that can't be beat, tiny West End Village is emerging as a destination with places like the James Gallery and Artifacts and as a haven for investors who are buying, building and remaking the impressive Main St. district. It's not too late to get in on the ground floor in this emerging neighborhood within view of downtown and the North Shore. Read more about it in our Insider Guide.

Residents can catch numerous Port Authority bus routes along Steuben or Main streets, including the 26 Chartiers, 27 Fairywood, 29 Robinson and 31 Bridgeville.


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