Located in northeast Massachusetts, Lowell has been deemed as one of the safest cities of its size in America. With over 105,000 residents, it is the fourth largest city in Massachusetts, following Boston, Worcester, and Springfield. Located where the Merrimack and the Concord Rivers meet in northeastern Massachusetts, Lowell has a total area of 13.8 square miles and is comprised of eight neighborhoods that include Acre, Back Central, Belvidere, Centralville, Downtown, Highlands, Pawtucketville, and South Lowell. The most heavily populated neighborhood is the Highlands neighborhood, with almost a quarter of the city's total population living in this area. This neighborhood is further divided into Upper Highlands and Lower Highlands sections. The Downtown and Back Central neighborhoods are mostly urban areas, whereas the Belvidere neighborhood is mainly residential. Belvidere Hill is the historic section of Belvidere and is located along Fairmount Street. These neighborhoods are located in the southeastern portion of the city. In the northwestern area of the city, you'll find the neighborhoods of Pawtucketville (home of the UMass Lowell campus) and the Acre neighborhood. As of April, 2020 the average home value in Lowell is $317300.
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