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Data-oriented thinking about where and how people live.

Visualizing population density: Boston

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If you’re interested, you can check out the first post in this series (the San Francisco Bay Area) for a few words about I’m doing this, as well as the methodology I used. With that said, on to the pictures!

3 people per acre (Canton, MA)

3, Canton

 

9 (Brookline, MA)

9, Brookline

 

12 (Norwood)

 

12, Norwood

 

15 (West Roxbury)

15, West Roxbury

 

23 (Quincy)

23, Quincy

30 (West Roxbury)

30, West Roxbury

35 (Dorchester)

35, Dorchester

50 (Boston)

50, Boston

52 (Brookline)

52, Brookline

55 (Boston)

55, Boston

55 (Cambridge)

55, Cambridge

75 (Boston)

75, Boston

82 (Charlestown)

82, Charlestown

120 (Boston)

120, Boston

 

This block and the next are at substantially higher densities than comparable San Francisco townhouse neighborhoods. The width of the street accounts for a substantial part of this.

135 (Boston)

135, Boston

175 (Boston)

175, Boston

190 (Boston)

190, Boston

Again, narrow streets contribute substantially to higher densities than San Francisco.

 

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