A monthly rent of $2,500 commands at least one bedroom in Boston at the start of 2018, per our latest Curbed Comparisons. What else does it get you? Come along.
↑ Unit 4 at 681 Massachusetts Avenue in the South End—the region’s No. 1 neighborhood in 2017, per Curbed Boston readers—runs to 622 square feet.
It has one bedroom and one bathroom as well as central air and in-unit laundry.
↑ In Charlestown’s Navy Yard area, the 766-square-foot Unit 229 at 106 13th Street includes one bedroom and the potential for one more through conversion of a study. There is one bathroom.
The rent also covers one garaged parking space for a compact car.
↑ Unit 2 at 199 East Cottage Street in Dorchester’s Uphams Corner is a whopping 1,707 square feet.
The duplex has three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. There’s also central air and a private front porch.
↑ Unit 301 at 300 Commercial Street on the North End waterfront is a 600-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom with central air and in-unit W/D.
The rent also covers access to a shared roof deck.
↑ We end in Back Bay, with the smallest of the selection: A 548-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom at 351 Beacon Street.
Renting Unit 2 here would put a tenant in the thick of the tony neighborhood, though.
Which one would you rent?
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Unit 4 at 681 Massachusetts Avenue in the South End
Unit 229 at 106 13th Street in Charlestown
Unit 2 at 199 East Cottage Street in Dorchester
Unit 301 at 300 Commercial Street in the North End
Unit 2 at 351 Beacon Street in Back Bay