The Boston-Edison Historic District is an instantly recognizable address in the heart of Detroit, containing over 900 homes. Most homes were constructed between 1905 and 1925 and range in size from modest two-story vernaculars to impressive mansions. Early residents of Boston-Edison included Henry Ford, James Couzens, Horace Rackham, Sebastian Kresge, and Joe Louis. .
Today Boston-Edison is a multi-racial, multi-ethnic neighborhood with people from diverse occupations and professions who share a common appreciation and love of historic homes. It boasts the Historic Boston-Edison Association, the oldest continuous neighborhood association in the City, founded in 1921!
Calling All Residents
We strongly encourage all residents to report any emergency or suspicious activity to 911 and then we ask you to report it to our new Public Safety Link below. This link will help us to gather and track information allowing us to become more proactive in meeting the safety concerns of our neighborhood.
In the meantime, please be safe and continue to provide a watchful eye for yourselves and your neighbors.
HBEA Public Safety & Zoning Committee
Want to join HBEA? It's easy! Dues are $60 per household per year, and go toward numerous neighborhood activities.
Help us preserve what makes Boston-Edison a great place to live and a historic treasure to maintain.
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RESIDENTSAre you a resident of Boston-Edison? We've constructed this website to give you as much information as we can about the neighborhood, the city, and the Historic Boston-Edison Association.
HOME BUYERSAre you considering purchasing a home in the historic Boston-Edison neighborhood? If you are, then we want you to have as much information as possible about the neighborhood.
VISITORSAre you just visiting Boston-Edison? We love to host visitors in the neighborhood. Whether you're coming for a formal event, just dropping by, or only visiting via the web, we've got information here for you.