Allston/Brighton, Boston is populated heavily by students from nearby universities, as well as recent graduates.
Back Bay, Boston, west of the Public Garden, is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the United States. Home to national and local politicians, famous authors, and top business leaders and professionals.
Bay Village, Boston is the smallest and arguably least known neighborhood in Boston. Most residents live in small brick rowhouses.
Beacon Hill, Boston, another wealthy neighborhood, is the site of the Massachusetts State House. . Home to national and local politicians, famous authors, and top business leaders and professionals.
Charlestown, Boston, once a predominantly Irish enclave and site of the Bunker Hill Monument, now is a haven for young professionals.
Chinatown/Leather District, Boston
Dorchester, Boston is Boston's largest neighborhood and predominantly a working class community considered to be Boston's most diverse.
Downtown/Financial District, Boston
East Boston, Boston has a growing Hispanic and Brazilian population with a remnant of older Italians.
Fenway/Kenmore, Boston borders the campus of Boston University and houses many college students and young professionals and is the location of Fenway Park.
Hyde Park, Boston has a distinct suburban feel, with large areas of wooded parks and a predominantly white population.
Jamaica Plain, Boston is a community of white professionals and Latinos, and includes the larger side of the Arnold Arboretum.
Mattapan, Boston is a mix of public housing, small apartment buildings, single-family houses, and two- and three-family houses
Mission Hill, Boston is adjacent to the Longwood Medical district, full of world-class medical institutions.
North End, Boston retains an Italian flavor with its many Italian restaurants, though many of its Italian families have moved out, while young professionals have moved in.
Roslindale, Boston is known for its small business district and includes the smaller side of the Arnold Arboretum.
Roxbury, Boston is populated largely by African Americans, Caribbean Americans, and Latinos and is historically the center of Boston's black community.
South Boston, Boston is a predominantly Irish-American neighborhood, which hosts the city's annual St. Patrick's Day parade.
South End, Boston. The center of the city's LGBT population and also populated by artists and young professionals
West End, Boston
is an up and coming, thriving neighborhood, comprising mixed-use commercial and residential area.
West Roxbury, Boston
has a distinct suburban feel, with large areas of wooded parks and a predominantly white population.