The Longwood Medical and Academic Area

The LMA is a workforce powerhouse for the city and state.

57,000 workers

29,000 students

2.3 million patients annually

$184 million in state payroll tax revenues annually

HAPPENINGS

  • Nov

    2019

    Bright Horizons Open House

    Bright Horizons at Landmark Center welcomes families to their autumn open houses Monday, November 18 and Thursday, November 21 from 9:00am – 5:00pm. Visit to learn about educational programs for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and how Bright Horizons caters to busy families.

    Follow the provided link to learn more about Bright Horizons.

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  • Nov 21

    2019

    Dr. Cornel West to speak at MassArt on November 21

    Dr. Cornel West is this year's guest lecturer at MassArt's annual Tyrone Maurice Adderley lecture. Dr. West is a philosophy professor at Harvard, political activist, and author of Race Matters, a book of essays examining black issues in America, among many other books.

    MassArt's Adderley lecture brings speakers from underrepresented groups to broaden the intellectual and artistic vision of the MassArt community. This event is free and open to the public. Reserve tickets at the provided link.

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  • Nov

    2019

    Longwood Medical Area Child Care Center celebrates Thanksgiving

    The Longwood Medical Area Child Care Center (LMACCC) Annual Thanksgiving Lunch was held on Friday, November 8, 2019. Families came to enjoy a delicious spread of turkey, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, squash, corn, peas, cornbread, apple pie and white cake. Everyone had an opportunity to enjoy one another’s company, share stories and eat too much!

    The LMACCC serves families with children from infancy to preschool. Click the link below to learn more about the program and facilities.

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  • Nov

    2019

    Efficiency Updates to 375 Longwood Ave. Garage

    MASCO is updating the parking garage at 375 Longwood Ave. A new Parking Access and Revenue Control (PARC) System will replace the dated equipment while keeping current credentials for facility access constant. MASCO will also replace all garage lighting with energy-efficient LED products, maximizing brightness while diminishing electrical consumption. Motion sensors will adjust light brightness to ensure that occupied and unoccupied spaces are properly illuminated.

Happenings