↑ We start in Dorchester’s Lower Mills area, at the 1,319-square-foot Unit B-107 at 1245 Adams Street. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms; and the rent covers a parking space.
There is also in-unit laundry and access to a gym and an indoor pool.
↑ Square in the South End is Unit 6 at 534 Massachusetts Avenue. It’s a 960-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom.
There’s in-unit laundry, a private roof deck, and central AC.
↑ Unit 3A at 45 Hancock Street in Beacon Hill runs to 700 square feet. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom.
The landlord is offering $3,200 a month rather than $3,500 if a tenant moves in sooner rather than later.
↑ A large private deck with a grill and furniture—never mind an high-definition projector and a retractable movie screen—is a part of the rent at Unit G at 83-85 Brookside Avenue in the Egleston Square area between Jamaica Plain and Roxbury.
The 1,900-square-foot spread includes two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms.
↑ Unit 403 at 15 Sleeper Street is also in a border area—this time between Fort Point and the Seaport District. The 1,150-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom comes with in-unit laundry and central AC.
A resident sticker is available for on-street parking.
Which apartment would you rent for $3,500?
This poll is closed
Unit B-107 at 1245 Adams Street in Lower Mills
Unit 6 at 534 Massachusetts Avenue in the South End
Unit 3A at 45 Hancock Street in Beacon Hill
Unit G at 83-85 Brookside Avenue in Egleston Square
Unit 403 at 15 Sleeper Street between Fort Point and the Seaport
- Boston apartment rents: Why they’re always so high [Curbed Boston]
All photos via listings.