J Malden Center may be a new face in the neighborhood, but Malden itself goes back a ways. If you’d been here in 1766, you could raise a pint with John Adams when he stopped for refreshment at Hill’s Tavern. In 1853, you could snip the opening ribbon on the Boston Rubber Shoe Company, founded by Elisha Converse.
Malden Center is a unique transit-oriented mixed-use development that includes 320 residential apartments, 45,000 square feet of office space that will become the new Malden City Hall, and more than 22,500 square feet of street retail.
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