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Boston is the capital of the state of Massachusetts. It is the most populous city in the state with a population of about 695,000 according to information from  It is located in Suffolk County and it is the economic anchor of Greater Boston. The city is home to many universities and colleges making it a center for higher education both for the local and international population. Boston also has a concentration of highly rated medical facilities. The economic base of the city includes information technology, biotechnology, finance and business services.

Boston is a white-collar city according to data collected byAlmost 90% of the workforce is employed in white-collar jobs. The city has among the highest concentration of well-educated citizens in the U.S, as almost 50% of adults in the city have a Bachelor’s degree or an advanced degree. This is in contrast to the national average of 21%. As of 2010, the recorded per capita income in the city was around $39,700. The median household income at that time was around $62,000. This is considered wealthy when compared to the rest of America.

Due to the presence of a significant number of universities and colleges, Boston is one of the few big cities in the U.S that is a major college town. This makes it one of the county’s prominent intellectual centers.

As a college town, Boston has lively music, arts and nightclub scenes. The city’s economy benefits greatly from the intellectual contributions of students and professors of the higher institutions of learning in the city.

Parts of Boston touch the ocean and other bodies of water. This provides renters of Boston MA apartments the opportunity to enjoy great scenery and waterfront activities.

People who live in Boston MA apartments have to handle long commutes. They spend 31 minutes on the average commuting to work every day. But the city is pedestrian-friendly because the neighborhoods are dense and amenities located are close together. This makes it easy for people to get around. Local public transit is easily accessible to people who do not want to drive their personal cars.

The residents of Boston MA apartments have access to an extensive public transportation system which is widely used. Commuters often prefer using the subway, known locally as the “T”, to get to and from work instead of using their cars. In fact, you can live in Boston and move around easily without owning a car. This saves you the headache of driving in heavy traffic and you also reduce air pollution.

Boston Housing Market

There are more than 263,200 apartments in Boston and the median cost of homes is about $540,000 according to the data from This makes Boston’s real estate costs some of the highest in the country.

The common housing options are large Boston MA apartment complexes, which are mostly high-rise buildings. This type of housing accounts for about 44% of the city’s housing units. Other types of housing available in the city are multi-families, duplexes, classic Boston row houses, town houses, condos, single-family detached homes, and a smattering of other smaller Boston MA apartments, buildings and complexes. The housing mix is due to the city’s compact nature combined with its multiple historic areas and structures.

More than 60% of the city’s dwellings are rentals. Boston has many old housing units that were built as far back as the 1930s, or even earlier, but there are also many new homes. Most Boston MA apartments have modern facilities, including those built in the 21st century.

The Boston Real Estate Market

Boston has witnessed high home appreciation rates in recent years, with increases in property values reaching over 50%. This is one of the highest in the country. This figure puts the annual appreciation rate at somewhere around 4.7% considering a 10-year period. This puts the city among the top 10% in the country as far as real estate appreciation is concerned. Home buyers and real estate investors will get a good return on their investment if they invest in Boston MA apartments.

Housing Cost

The city’s housing costs are among the highest in the U.S with the average market rent being $2,335 per month.

Popular Boston MA Apartments

There are many Boston MA apartments that residents can rent. These apartments have modern facilities to guarantee comfort to renters. Let’s take a look at some popular Boston MA apartments.

The Andi

This residential building located on Columbia Point was built in 2018. It has 6 stories containing a total of 475 units. The Andi was built to make occupants feel at home. It is just a few minutes away from the Red Line at Andrew Square. There are grocery stores and restaurants nearby for residents to do their shopping and grab a bite when they want to. An AMC theater is located right outside the premises for movie lovers.

The Andi is located close to higher educational institutions: the University of Massachusetts is a several minute drive away, as are Northeastern University and Tufts University Boston Campus. The Boston Children’s Museum is also located nearby. The Andi features modern apartment units with numerous amenities that residents will enjoy.

There is assigned parking and the lease length is 12-13 months. The rent prices of the apartments in this building are listed below

  • Studios range from $2,255 – $2,610
  • 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartments go for between $2,590 – $3,005
  • 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments go for between $3,480 – $3,975
  • 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments cost between $5,105 – $5,270 per month

The apartments have the following unique features.

  • Balcony
  • Courtyard views
  • Co-working spaces
  • Indoor bike storage and repair
  • Indoor/outdoor lounge
  • Terrace stairs

Lantera at Boston Landing

This new residential building, constructed in 2018, is 17 stories tall and contains 295 units. Lantera is located in the new Boston Landing neighborhood, which has a size of 15 acres. The apartments have premium finishes, floor to ceiling windows, and stainless steel appliances. It is less than 5 miles from the heart of Boston. Residents can easily access the Boston Landing commuter rail stop, which is less than 5 minutes away. Retail shops, athletic facilities and restaurants surround the apartments, putting most conveniences and necessities right at your doorstep. Chestnut Hill Reservation is about 7 minutes away, providing residents quick access to this relaxing and historic park.

Lantera has assigned parking for residents. The lease length is 12 to 13 months. Rent prices of the apartments in this building are listed below.

  • Studio apartments go for between $2,408 – $2,692
  • 1 Bedroom and 1 Bathroom apartments go for $3,676 – $3,797
  • 2 Bedroom and 2 Bathroom apartments go for $4,794 – $4,804
  • 3 Bedroom and 2 Bathroom apartments go for $5,654 – $5,824

The amenities available at Lantera are:

  • Elevator
  • Clubhouse
  • A pool and fitness center
  • Grill and barbecue area in the outdoor space
  • Zen garden
  • A Lounge and roof deck on the 18th floor
  • 24 Hour Maintenance
  • Courtyards for relaxation
  • Storage spaces
  • Under-cabinet lighting
  • Wheelchair-accessible rooms

West Square Apartments

This residential apartment building, built in 2013, houses 255 units within its 4 stories. This full-service residential community provides the convenience of neighborhood living for its residents. Boston’s Seaport District and Logan International Airport are just a few minutes away. There is easy access to the MBTA Red Line and that connects to downtown and Cambridge. The apartments are designed with modern living in mind. They feature contemporary living units with lots of amenities for residents to enjoy. Additionally, it is located in an area with a wide array of shopping, restaurants, and recreational choices. The famous New England Aquarium is only 5 minutes away.

West Square Apartments have on-site management. The outdoor spaces feature gated entry, a courtyard and balcony. Rent prices for the apartments in this building are listed below.

  • Studio apartments go for $2,700 – $3,100
  • 2 Bedroom with 2 Bathroom apartments go for $3,825 – $4,515

Other unique features include:

  • Proximity to MBTA Red Line
  • Air conditioning
  • Private courtyard with barbeque
  • Wheelchair access

The Towers at Longfellow

The Towers at Longfellow are located in the West End of Boston. Built in 1976, this is a pair of 34-story buildings that include 710 apartments. It is in a location residents will love. It is just minutes from Charles Street, where residents have access to great restaurants, shopping and pubs. Residents can also enjoy concerts at the “Garden”. Residents of these Boston apartments can enjoy great views of the Charles River, Boston Harbor and Back Bay form their private balconies.

The Towers have the largest outdoor heated pool out of all the buildings in Boston. Amenities include 40 acres of green space, grilling areas and dog park. These are pet-friendly, smoke-free buildings with a 24-hours fitness center, underground parking garage, electric vehicle charging stations, and concierge package service. The lease length is flexible and there is on-site management.

The rent prices of the apartments in this building are listed below.

  • Studio apartments go for $2,515 – $2,610
  • 1 Bedroom apartments range from $2,985 – $3,040
  • 2 Bedroom apartments go for $3,900 – $4,045
  • 3 Bedroom apartments rent for $5,665 – $6,485 per month

Hub25

Hub 25 is located at Columbia Point. This modern building, built in 2016, has 5 stories containing 278 Units. It is a luxury apartment community built for value and convenience. Hub25 offers residents the best when it comes to accommodation. The Red Line JFK Station is nearby and residents can enjoy shopping at Star market, which is also within a short distance. Residents of this Boston MA apartment can walk across the street to Carson Beach or the Boston waterfront. The community area, which is about 3000 square feet, is secure and there is garage parking. There are also state of the art facilities for recreation and fitness.

The lease length is 10-15 months and rent prices of the apartments in this building are listed below.

  • Studio apartments go for $1,992 – $2,527
  • 1 Bedroom apartments go for $2,437 – $2,522
  • 2 Bedroom apartments go for $3,357 – $4,292

The unique features of this property include:

  • Green Certified
  • Beach and waterfront access
  • A courtyard
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Indoor bicycle storage

Notable Parks in Boston

People who live in Boston MA apartments can visit many parks for leisure.

Boston Common

Boston Common is the oldest park in the country. Created in 1634, it is located adjacent to the Boston Public Garden. Both are part of the Emerald Necklace, a 1,100-acre chain of green spaces that stretch the length of Boston. There are structures and plaques in the park with inscriptions dating back to the 1600s. The Massachusetts State House is located at the edge of the park.

Charles River Esplanade

This state-owned park is located on the Charles River basin to the south, in the Back Bay area of the city. It is a great place for relaxing as well as physical activity such as jogging or bicycling. The Boston Pops holds its summer concerts at the Hatch Shell in this park every year, as well as the annual Independence Day fireworks celebration.

Fun Things to Do in Boston

Boston is a city of endless activities. There is always something fun to do or an interesting place to explore. Renters of Boston MA apartments don’t have to look far to find something to do. Regardless of your interests, there are many great places to visit – Boston has something for everyone. Let’s look at some of these places.

Boston’s Public Library

This library is open to all adult residents of the city and all have access to borrowing and research privileges. The library was established in 1852 and is funded by the state of Massachusetts. It contains about 24 million volumes making it the third largest library in the country. Its research collections contain millions of rare books and manuscripts.

Arnold Arboretum

Residents of Boston MA apartments who love flowers and plants have easy access to the Arnold Arboretum. It is Harvard’s tree Sanctuary and it is a great place to visit, have a picnic or engage in other outdoor activities. The park hosts Lilac Sunday every year to showcase the city’s unique learning landscape in bloom.

Cambridge Center Roof Garden

This unique garden is located at the top of a multi-story parking garage. It’s unlike anything you’ve seen. This secret garden sits at Kendall Square and is made of tulips and trees. There are also rose bushes and different types of flowers. It’s a great place to eat a midday lunch.

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