Nashua is the only city in the country voted the “Best Place to Live in America” twice by Money magazine. Located just north of the Massachusetts border, Nashua is nicknamed the “Gate City” for its close proximity to Boston, the White Mountains and the seacoast.
Downtown Nashua The cost of living in New Hampshire is one of the lowest in New England, with no state income tax or sales tax. Location desirability and economic expansion has transformed this once-small mill town into New Hampshire’s second-largest city after Manchester, with a diverse population of more than 175,000 people.
Nashua and the Greater Nashua region offers a wide array of ethnic foods and entertainment, as well as other attractions such as the historic downtown area, the Nashua Pride professional baseball team, the Spartan’s Drum and Bugle Corps, the Nashua Symphony and the Northern Ballet. Nashua and surrounding areas offer a selection of excellent public, private and parochial schools.