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What $2,000 a Month Rents in East Boston Right Now

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God help you if you want parking to come with your $2,000-a-month apartment in East Boston. Like in South Boston, that magic number basically lands a tenant a straightforward apartment of perhaps two bedrooms and with a dishwasher. Sometimes it nets a washer-dryer situation and private outdoor space. But, mostly, $2K pays for basic-level entry into one of the faster-changing areas of Greater Boston (a potential Curbed Cup contender, perhaps?). These seven options at or near $2,000 monthly will show you what we mean.


· What $2,000/Month Rents Around South Boston Right Now [Curbed Boston]
· It's Curbed Cup Time! Name 2015's Best Hub Neighborhood [Curbed Boston]
· Mapping the New Development in Busy, Busy East Boston [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Maps archive [Curbed Boston]
· Our Curbed Comparisons archive [Curbed Boston]

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158 Lexington Street, #1

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This 2-BR, 1-BA runs to 1,000 square feet and comes with a W/D as well as central air. The apartment wants $2,000 even.

60 Bayswater Street, #2

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Another 2-BR, 1-BA with a W/D, this apartment is approximately 1,000 square feet and wants $2K on the nose.

189 Webster Street, #101

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This 1-BR, 2-BA has been gut-renovated; and comes with a W/D, central air and an approximately 325-square-foot private patio. It wants $1,995.

27 Falcon Street, #3

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This is a snug 4-BR, 2-BA (just under 1,000 square feet). It's asking $1,995.

80 Marion Street, #2

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This 3-BR, 1-BA is 1,000 square feet; doesn't really come with any bells or whistles such as a W/D; and wants $1,950.

Porter 156, #137

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A lofty 1-BR, 1-BA condo running to nearly 700 square feet, it includes a private patio and one deeded parking space. It's asking $1,895.

102 Barnes Avenue, #1

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This 2-BR, 1-BA, 1,000-square-footer wants $1,850. No bells and whistles here, either.

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158 Lexington Street, #1

This 2-BR, 1-BA runs to 1,000 square feet and comes with a W/D as well as central air. The apartment wants $2,000 even.

60 Bayswater Street, #2

Another 2-BR, 1-BA with a W/D, this apartment is approximately 1,000 square feet and wants $2K on the nose.

189 Webster Street, #101

This 1-BR, 2-BA has been gut-renovated; and comes with a W/D, central air and an approximately 325-square-foot private patio. It wants $1,995.

27 Falcon Street, #3

This is a snug 4-BR, 2-BA (just under 1,000 square feet). It's asking $1,995.

80 Marion Street, #2

This 3-BR, 1-BA is 1,000 square feet; doesn't really come with any bells or whistles such as a W/D; and wants $1,950.

Porter 156, #137

A lofty 1-BR, 1-BA condo running to nearly 700 square feet, it includes a private patio and one deeded parking space. It's asking $1,895.

102 Barnes Avenue, #1

This 2-BR, 1-BA, 1,000-square-footer wants $1,850. No bells and whistles here, either.