Airbnb Reveals the Top 17 Most Popular New Neighborhoods
1. Milneburg in New Orleans
Booking growth: 1500 percent
Cozy homes at a comfortable distance from the city’s frenetic French Quarter make Milneburg an emerging hub for travelers to New Orleans.
2. Kampung Bayu in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Booking growth: 976 percent
An oasis within Malaysia’s bustling capital city, Kampung Baru is an old-fashioned area nestled in a modern metropolis.
3. Fitzroy in Melbourne, Australia
Booking growth: 770 percent
The first suburb of Melbourne, Fitzroy is growing as a destination for vintage shopping, funky cafes, and alternative arts.
4. Konohana-ku in Osaka, Japan
Booking growth: 609 percent
Set at the mouth of the Yodo River, Konohana-ku is steps away from Universal Studios Japan and has endless waterfront views.
5. Chutes-Lavie in Marseille, France
Booking growth: 604 percent
Gaining appeal for its multiculturalism and rich history, Chutes-Lavie lies at the epicenter of Marseille’s evolution from port city to travel hotspot.
6. Rockcliffe Smythe in Toronto, Canada
Booking growth: 497 percent
Once home to gravel pits and a meat packing plant, the Rockcliffe Smythe neighborhood now boasts beautiful green spaces, nearby shopping and countless dining options.
7. Midtown in Miami, Florida
Booking growth: 430 percent
Central yet wholly distinctive, Midtown Miami is a walk-able haven bursting with splashy murals and fine, fresh dining.
8. Narvarte in Mexico City
Booking growth: 264 percent
A tranquil outpost along the southern part of Mexico City, Narvarte offers nostalgic charm throughout its locals-only shops and restaurants.
9. West Seattle in Seattle
Booking growth: 230 percent
West Seattle is gaining notice for its mountain tableaus and family-friendly amenities.
10. Usera in Madrid, Spain
Booking growth: 228 percent
Easy transportation and a vibrant cafe scene make Usera an increasingly popular home base for those exploring Madrid.