Apartments in Boston, MA
165 apartments and houses for rent in Boston, MA
1220 Adams St., Dorchester, 2124, MA
1 Bed $1,945
2 Bed $2,345
2001 Falls Boulevard, Quincy, 2169, MA
1 Bed $1,580 - $1,790
2 Bed $1,925
780 Boylston Street, Boston, 02199, MA
1 Bed $2,825
2 Bed $4,465
3 Bed Call to Confirm
790 Boylston Street, Boston, 02199, MA
Studio Call to Confirm
1 Bed $2,535
2 Bed $3,775
3 Bed $7,745
150 Quarry Street, Quincy, 02169, MA
1 Bed $1,615 - $1,740
2 Bed $1,920
445 Artisan Way, Somerville, 02145, MA
1 Bed $2,110
2 Bed $2,525
220 Grand Union Blvd, Somerville, 02145, MA
1 Bed $2,415
2 Bed $2,630
9 Bronsdon St, Brighton, 02135, MA
2 Bed $2,222
3 Bed $2,469 - $2,965
33 Rogers Street, Cambridge, 02142, MA
1 Bed $2,878 - $3,189
2 Bed $3,658 - $3,999
Boston is also one of the United States highest ranked cities in the Global City index as most economically powerful cities, placing at number thirty overall. Obviously, education plays a large part in Boston’s economy, yet Boston is also a hub for biotechnology and government jobs make up a large part of Boston’s workforce.
One of Boston’s nicknames is “America’s Walking City” due to Boston’s excellent public transportation and walkability. Reviewed as having the fifth highest rate of residents that use public transportation to get to work, living in Boston means that you are going to want to get used to walking. This is for the best because it’s a running joke that the streets were designed to move cattle. To make commuting even easier, apartment finders will want to look for their next place near a subway or commuter rail station of Boston’s major public transit MBTA that locals call the T.
Many move to Boston for academic purposes due to some of the most highly rated and prestigious colleges and universities in the country. Two of these, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are located in Cambridge, one of the most popular and expensive areas in Boston. With many historical and cultural sites due to the universities coupled with gorgeous, tree-lined neighborhoods, Cambridge has a very unique charm. Sometimes referred to as “Square City,” Cambridge is split into many squares such as Kendall Square, Central Square and Harvard Square (where you find a heavy concentration of Harvard students). Cambridge is one of the most upscale and expensive areas in Boston due to the intense economic environment and the historic atmosphere of the neighborhoods. Also, with new developments and the refurnishing of old apartment buildings, Cambridge is full of luxury apartments for rent.
Living close to the Charles River that runs alongside central Boston offers residents many outdoor activities. With walking and bicycling trails and the waterways to canoe and boat, the Charles River is one of Boston’s unique city amenities and great for those looking for pet-friendly avenues for their companions. In fact, the Charles Regatta takes place every year in October and attracts around 30,000 spectators to watch some of the world’s best rowers compete.
Boston has many unique areas located within its central metropolis. The North End, for example, is known to some as “Boston’s Little Italy” and is a prime location for urbanites wanting to be the midst of Italian culture. During the summers, there are Italian Festivals every weekend such as Saint Anthony’s Feast which has taken place the last Sunday of August since 1919. North End is one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods, dating back to the 1630s and has several historical sites such as Paul Revere’s House and the Moses Pierce-Hitchborn House. Compared to other areas within central Boston, The North End is less expensive, so finding cheap apartments in this area is more doable.
While North End is one of the more affordable communities within central Boston, East Boston and Charleston are also good alternatives for those apartment searching for areas with easy commutes to Boston’s city and inexpensive homes for rent. East Boston is known for its wide variety of Latin American restaurants and many parks located on the peninsula such as Pier Park and East Boston Memorial Park. Meanwhile, some notable characteristics of Charleston include its historically strong Irish-American population, the Boston National Historical Park and its beautiful waterfront.
Those looking for a younger atmosphere should check out Allston and Brighton and the area that lays between them. Being right between Boston University and Boston College with easy access to the T, these neighborhoods attract a lot of students. Also, tons of living options are available in Allston from studio apartments with all utilities included, houses for rent, townhomes, and more.
Boston experiences all four seasons, though the springs can be on the shorter side. The winters can be very cold while the summertime can get hot and muggy. So, make sure to apartment search for a place with all bills paid to cut down on the heating/cooling bills. Also, using an apartment guide will be a good way to weed out the poor and unreliable listings that can be found on Craigslist.
Are you looking for low income apartments / section 8 apartments in Boston? Check out this page for low income apartments in Boston
For other apartment types such as townhouses / townhomes, go to townhomes for rent in Boston
Average Apartment Rental Prices in Boston, Massachusetts
Average rent on Craigslist Boston, Massachusetts: $2,420
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