Boston is one of the few cities in America where $3,500 a month isn’t that much in rent.
What does the sum get you as winter (finally!) fades to spring? Our latest Curbed Comparisons takes a look.
↑ In Dorchester’s Lower Mills, a 1,319-square-foot condo at 1245 Adams Street is up for lease for $3,500.
Unit B-107 comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, in-unit laundry, and access to amenities such as a fitness center and an indoor pool.
↑ In Jamaica Plain, $3,500 a month nabs an entire house. In this case, 25 Sunnyside Street, a 1,809-square-foot affair with the potential for four bedrooms.
The spread also comes with a W/D and one and a half bathrooms.
↑ Unit 5E at 386 Commercial Street along the North End waterfront is a condo for rent. It’s 970 square feet, and has two bedrooms and one bathroom.
The condo comes furnished.
↑ Unit 1 at 723 East Fifth Street in South Boston is a condo running to 1,445 square feet. It includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
There’s an in-unit W/D and a back deck.
↑ Unit 6 at 33 Worcester Square in the South End features a private roof deck and in-unit laundry. It’s 937 square feet, and includes two bedrooms and one bathroom.
There’s in-unit laundry, too.
Which one would you rent?
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Unit B-107 at 1245 Adams Street in Dorchester
25 Sunnyside Street in Jamaica Plain
Unit 5E at 386 Commercial Street in the North End
Unit 1 at 723 East Fifth Street in South Boston
Unit 6 at 33 Worcester Square in the South End