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Introducing Boston, Massachusetts
Boston boasts 558 local neighborhoods. Apartment shoppers in this town have many reasons to play, live, and work here. People here pick Boston, MA for many motivations, amongst which are cost of living, location, schools, parks, and the lifestyle they can have in this area. Our team has researched all these factors for choosing Boston, Massachusetts. Filter and search through 38,955 multifamily communities ready for move-in in this area.
ApartmentHomeLiving brings you comprehensive Lifestyle Ratings of neighborhoods, cities, and rental properties across Massachusetts, including Boston. Our Lifestyle Ratings help you zero-in on the perfect place to call home. This takes in many factors including our Star Ratings to compare for outdoor amenities like tennis courts, luxury amenities, kid and pet-friendly communities, availability of transit options, and how walkable or bikeable each community and area is. Use Lifestyle Search in the site filter options on this page - and find your Perfect place!
Getting Around Boston
Get out your sandals or hiking shoes! WalkScore(R) considers this area to be a 'walker's paradise'. For keeping active by walking frequently, cities and towns among the best metropolitan areas in the United States. It is a place in which with roads and sidewalks layed out as they are, urban density and walk-friendly infrastructure creates a situation where residents can be completely self-sufficient on foot, without having to use their car for most errands.
Schools in Boston, MA
For families with school-age children, education can be an important factor in choosing your rental home. Making smart rental home or apartment choices can help place students in really good education opportunities. Ask the leasing staff or owner at your home and apartment about attendence zoning.
Take notice of Boston Latin Academy, the highest-rated high school in this town. Boston Latin Academy has a GreatSchools Rating of 8/10. Take a look at Hernandez K-8 School, the highest-rated middle school in this municipal area. Make sure you consider Trotter Elementary School, the highest-rated elementary school in this city. Wentworth Institute of Technology is in this area.
Boston Points of Interest
Boston Support Center is found nearby. Arnold Arboretum is nearby. ZIP code 02135 can be found in this town.
Pet Friendly Apartments
Pet Friendly apartment communities are available nearby.
Boston Rental Pricing
A rental apartment in Boston is as an average $4,194. The average home rent in this area is $5,435. An apartment unit in this city costs you from $599 to $10,000. On the average rent for a studio apartment in Boston is $2,343, and has a range from $809 to $10,000. A 1 bedroom apartment on average costs renters $2,804 and ranges from $600 to $10,000. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $3,371 and ranges from $730 to $10,000. On the average rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in this town will cost you $3,827, and has a range from $599 to $10,000. Four bedroom (and larger) apartments average $4,545 and range from $725 to $10,000.
Low Income / Section 8 in Boston
Low income multifamily communities are open and ready. 'Low income' apartment communities are funded by local government, and have particular income restrictions to qualify.
'Affordable' price-range apartments are available nearby. These are apartments that do not have income restrictions, but are driven by natural market conditions and can be found at low cost.
Frequently Asked Questions about Boston
How much are Studio apartments in Boston?
The pricing for 2407 Studio Apartments in Boston currently ranges from $809 to $10,000 with an average price of $2,335.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom Boston Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Boston ranges from $600 to $10,000 with an average monthly rent of $2,793.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Boston cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Boston range from $730 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $3,360.
How expensive are Boston Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 9588 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Boston on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $599 to $10,000 - averaging $3,825 for the location.