The region’s prime rental season is almost here, so we thought we’d look at what certain rent points command in certain heavily shopped areas.
Cambridge for $2,500 was first. Now up? Boston for the same amount.
Big takeaway: It looks like $2,500 or thereabouts commands a studio or a 1-BR in Boston, but in newer, more modern buildings.
↑ There are three 1-BRs available at Dorchester’s 106 Burtonwood Street for $2,500 a month. Small dogs allowed.
↑ Staying in Dorchester, but moving closer to Southie, we find a 1,080-square-foot 2-BR, 1-BA at 45 Rogers Street asking $2,500. In-unit laundry included as is central air. No pets, though.
↑ Up in Charlestown, two studios at 45 First Avenue—each 500 square feet—are asking $2,450. Central air included, and cats and small dogs permitted.
↑ The Metromark complex at 3611 Washington Street in Jamaica Plain has a 568-square-foot studio asking $2,470. Cats and dogs permitted; W/D and central air included; and garaged parking is available for $175 extra a month.
↑ At the South End’s newish Troy Boston at 55 Traveler Street, there are several 1-BRs asking around $2,500. They range in size from 575 square feet to 690. Central air and W/D included.
- Cambridge rent comparison: What $2,500 a month gets now [Curbed Boston]