Where are the Top neighborhoods for students in Boston? Where do the students live?
It’s well known, a large proportion of the people looking for rentals in Boston are students. For them and for the non-students willing to join the party (or avoid it) we found the following ranking of the top neighborhoods for students in Boston. It includes both undergrads and graduate students as well as renters and those living in dorms.
According to the following list, it seems that no matter where you live in Boston you will always be surrounded by a least a couple hundred students.
No. 1, Allston-Brighton: 7,561 students
No. 2, Fenway/Kenmore: 5,334 students
No. 3, Jamaica Plain/Mission Hill: 4000 students
No. 4, Dorchester: 2,765 students
No. 5, South End: 2,067 students
No. 6, Back Bay/Beacon Hill: 1,849 students
No. 7, Central/Downtown Boston: 1,614 students
No. 8, Roxbury: 1,208 students
No. 9, South Boston: 748 students
No. 10, Roslindale: 741 students
No. 11, East Boston: 669 students
No. 12, Hyde Park: 558 students
No. 13, Mattapan: 519 students
No. 14, West Roxbury: 475 students
No. 15: Charlestown: 234 students