Coolidge Corner is a neighborhood of Brookline, Massachusetts centered around the intersection of Beacon Street and Harvard Street. The title is said to reference the corner of Coolidge St. and Harvard St.
Coolidge Corner developed as a transit-oriented streetcar suburb, and retains a pedestrian-friendly, walkable feel. Many popular coffee shops, pharmacies, small independent boutiques, and ethnic restaurants are located there, as well as a few retail chain stores.
The neighborhood has a significant Jewish population, and there are large synagogues located on both Beacon and Harvard Streets. The northern portion of Harvard Street, near the border with the Boston neighborhood of Allston, is characterized by a cluster of Jewish-oriented shops and various other stores and eateries.
A family-friendly neighborhood, Coolidge Corner is also home to an elementary school, Devotion.