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Boston is the capital and the largest city in Massachusetts. It is the unofficial capital of the New England region and is one of the oldest and wealthiest cities in the United States. Boston's economy is primarily based on education due to the overabundance of colleges and universities in the area, which include Boston College, Harvard University, and Tufts University. Due to Boston's rich cultural history, there are many historical landmarks and attractions such as Boston Harbor and the 18th Century Old State House. Boston is the home of the bar in the popular T.V. show Cheers. It holds many annual events including Boston's major New Years Eve Festival, First Night, and the popular St. Patrick's Day Parade. The city is also home to many sports teams including the 2004 World Champions Boston Red Sox who can be seen at the infamous Fenway Park. Boston has an incredible public transportation system providing the population with bus lines, commuter rail, subways, and water shuttles. Boston is served by the Logan International Airport which is located in East Boston. The residential areas of Boston offer a great diversity to appeal to different needs and values. The suburban towns range from prestigious communities to affordable neighborhoods. Currently the average price for a single family home is $485, 000. The average price for condominiums is $680,000. The overall price range for housing in Boston is dramatic as the cheapest home is $60,000 while the most expensive estate is priced at $13 million.


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2010 Census Data Boston Suffolk County Massachusetts United States
Population 617,594 722,023 6,547,629 308,745,538
Land area in square miles 48 58 7,800 3,531,907
People per sq. mi. 12,866 12,448 839 87
Median Age 31 32 39 38
2010 Real Estate Market Data Boston Suffolk County Massachusetts United States
Total Housing Units 272,481 315,522 2,808,254 131,704,730
Owner Occupied 31% 33% 57% 58%
Rental Units 61% 60% 34% 31%
Vacant Units 8% 7% 9% 11%
 
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Boston Neighborhoods

Abington, Allston, Allston-Brighton, Allstone Village, Amesbury, Andover, Arlington, Attleboro, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Beverly, Billerica, Braintree, Bridgewater, Brighton, Brockton, Brookline, Burlington, Cambridge, Canton, Central Square, Charlestown, Chelmsford, Chelsea, Chestnut Hill, Chinatown, Dartmouth, Dorchester, Downtown Boston, Dracut, East Boston, Everett, Fall River, Faneuil Hall, Fenway, Framingham, Harbor Islands-Long Island, Haverhill, Hull, Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Kendall Square, Kenmore, Lawrence, Lexington, Lowell, Lynn, Malden, Marlborough, Mattapan, Medford, Methuen, Metro West, Middleton, Mission Hill, New Bedford, Newton, North Allston, North Andover, North Dorchester, North End, North Shore, Norwood, OakSquare, Orient Heights, Peabody, Plainville, Plymouth, Porter Square, Quincy, Randolph, Readville, Revere, Roslindale, Roxbury, Salem, Saugus, Somerville, South Boston, South Dorchester, South End, South Shore, Stoughton, Swampscott, Tewksbury, Theatre District, Waltham, Waterfront, Watertown, West End, West Roxbury, Weymouth, Wilmington, Winthrop, Woburn


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Boston is known as "The Walking City" because of its compact size and large student population. It has the highest percentage of commuters walking to work of the major American cities.

Did You Know? Boston Common, Boston's Central Park located near the Financial District and Beacon Hill, is the oldest city public park in the United States, dating from 1634. Boston was also home to the first subway system in the United States.



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