Curbed Comparisons is our map of similarly priced apartments around the region. This go-round it's 10 apartments renting for $2,500 on the nose. These joints range from a short-term rental in the South End with serious pottery-storage potential to a North End 1-BR with a private terrace to an East Watertown abode with three bedrooms and two parking spaces.Read More
What $2,500/Month Rents You Around Greater Boston
40 Howard Street, #9
This 1-BR, 1-BA unfolds over 604 square feet, and has lots of exposed beams and natural light (maybe 'cause of the skylight).
111 Woodstock Street, #A
This 1-BR, 1.5-BA condo for rent near Tufts has 855 square feet and extra storage
2 Earhart Street, #301
A 1-BR, 1-BA condo spread over 800 square feet, it's got a W/D in-unit and a 24-hour concierge at your disposal.
15 Howard Street, #2
This 985-square-foot, floor-through condo has two bedrooms and one full bath, and, hey, the "owner might be installing a new heating system." Plus: in-unit W/D.
448 Shawmut Avenue, #4
The lease for this 621-square-foot, 1-BR, 1-BA would only be four months, but just look at the amount of pottery storage you get in the kitchen!
112 Prince Street, #4
The private roof deck surely makes up for this snugness of this 446-square-foot 1-BR, 1-BA.
19 East Concord Street, #2
This 600-square-foot 1-BR, 1-BA unfolds on the second floor of a townhouse with central-freakin'-AC.
917 Bennington Street, #1
More than four bedrooms and two bathrooms (exactly) unfold over this 2,500-square-foot apartment in Orient Heights.
11 Adams Street, #2
This 1,271-square-foot 3-BR, 2-BA comes with that most coveted of Greater Boston amenities times two: a pair of off-street parking spaces.
21 Eustis Street, #1
This 3-BR, 1.5-BA, first-floor spread is a rent-to-own situation. The 1,250-square-foot apartment also comes with access to an in-ground, heated pool.