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About Boston

Boston is a neighborhood in the Boston Metro Area and in the Suffolk County. It has a population of 689,326 and a population density of 14,056, which is 99% above the national average. It has a median age of 32, which is 7 years below the Boston Metro median age and 6 years below the national average.


Boston has a median home value of $803,300, which is 18% above the Metro average.The average rent of $2,950 is 5% above the metro average rent and 64% above the national average rent. The average household income in Boston is $76,298 , which is 18% below the Metro average household income and 15% above the national average of household income.


The average school rating in Boston is 3. Boston also has a crime index 108 that is above the Metro average and above the National average.


The average commute time to Boston University Washington Ctr is 10 mins, making it one of the best places to live near University in Boston It is located 12 mins to the nearest airport (Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), 1 Harborside Dr, Boston, Massachusetts 02128, United States), making it one of the best places to live near the airport in Boston

$758,200Median Home Value
$678,854 Boston Metro Area
$2,950Median Rent
$2,806 Boston Metro Area
1 /10 - 9 /10
School Rating
108
Crime Index
100
National Crime Index
less than 5 mins To Boston Metro Area
29 mins Average Travel Time To Work

Boston Zip Code

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