Your ideal Boston neighborhood finder tool
By Ha Ta
There are more than 20 neighborhoods in Boston and each boasts its own distinct features and personalities. However, as someone who is new to the city looking for a place to live, this long list of neighborhoods can be quite frightening.
Among things to consider about a neighborhood are its cost of living, safety, proximity to public transport (for those of us who can’t drive or can’t afford to drive in Boston), available grocery stores, neighborhood diversity and so on.
Understanding this dilemma, we created this tool that will hopefully offer you a fun experience that would yield result of an ideal destination based on your choice of three priorities you have for a place to live. Click below to choose your ideal neighborhood now!
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