Roxbury is one of 21 neighborhoods that make up the City of Boston. It was originally founded in 1630 and annexed in 1868. Roxbury was initially made up of what is now Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, West Roxbury, the South End, and Back Bay.
In the Colonial Era, Roxbury was known as a farming community, where many early leaders of Massachusetts resided. In the 21st century, Roxbury experienced a transformation into the urban community it is today.
Like many of Boston’s neighborhoods, Roxbury has a very diverse population. Roxbury’s population is compiled of working professionals, students of nearby Northeastern University and Wentworth Institute of Technology, most of whom reside in the Fort Hill section. Roxbury has recently experienced a commercial and residential redevelopment.
Notable points of interest in Roxbury include a branch of the Boston Public Library, the Fort Hill Tower, the Munroe House, and Dudley Square, which is known as “the heart and soul” of Roxbury.
At Allied Recycling we are a local scrap yard located in nearby Walpole, servicing businesses and individuals in the Roxbury area with scrap metal recycling and junk car removal.
Whether you are a resident in need of scrapping your car, or you are a business owner or contractor with any amount of waste metal, contact us at (508) 668-8669 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get paid for your metal scrap or junk car.
It doesn’t matter if your car is drive-able. Get that eye sore off your property for free with our free pick up and removal for clunkers and junk cars, trucks, tractors or vehicles in Roslindale. We accept cars in any make or model, in any condition.
Looking to buy scrap metal? We also buy and sell scrap including copper, aluminum, steel, iron, and used auto parts at our scrap yard located at 1901 Main St, Walpole, MA for more information on what types of metal we accept, call our main office. To shop for cheap, used car parts in Roslindale, search online here.