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A town in Middlesex County with the Assabet River running through it, Hudson has a population of about 19,063. Originally known as a "shoe town" because there were 17 shoe factories within its' limits, Hudson's last shoe factory burnt down in 1968. It is a multicultural town because its inhabitants are either of Portuguese or Irish descent with a small percentage being French, Italian, English or Scots-Irish. Originally home to the "Praying Indians", the first European settlement occurred in 1699 when a gristmill was built on the river. Coworking venues have opened up in this town that has been known by numerous names such as Indian Plantation, Cow Commons, The Mills and Feltonville to name a few.
Hudson may not be a huge tech hub, but it does have its own innovative locals meandering around its' streets. Since the 1990s it has been home to high-tech companies mainly in the semiconductor fabrication factory built by Digital Equipment Corporation that is now owned by Intel. Massachusetts is where nearly $3 billion was funded across 113 deals exceeding California and has the world's greatest concentration of entrepreneurs, emerging and leading tech companies, top-tier academic institutions pushing out tech savvy students, incubators and an ecosystem of supporting providers.
Bordered by 5 other towns: Bolton, Stow, Marlborough, Sudbury and Berlin, Hudson is a great spot to hang out in if you are into kayaking or playing in canoes. There are numerous spots where you can launch your floating vessel from calm river water to huge expanses along the edge of the dam. Hudson's coworking scene is supporting its fledgling startups or avid entrepreneurs in providing a place to connect and collaborate without the need to venture into the real big smoke.
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