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Studio to 3 bedrooms $2030 to $5015

The Towers at Longfellow Apartments
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The Towers at Longfellow Apartments

72 Staniford St Boston, MA 02114
(866) 872-0169 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2030 to $4937

Hub25 Apartments
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Hub25 Apartments

25 Morrissey Blvd Boston, MA 02125
(844) 697-9721 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2165 to $4530

Emerson Place Apartments
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Emerson Place Apartments

72 Staniford St Boston, MA 02114
(857) 254-1389 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2315 to $2975

James Court / Harrison Court Apartments
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James Court / Harrison Court Apartments

45 E Newton St Boston, MA 02118
(617) 514-9916 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2315 to $4520

AVA Theater District Apartments
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AVA Theater District Apartments

45 Stuart St Boston, MA 02116
(844) 899-0160 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2345 to $11800

Avalon North Station Apartments
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Avalon North Station Apartments

1 Nashua St Boston, MA 02114
(844) 203-8986 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $2400 to $3365

The Longwood Apartments
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The Longwood Apartments

1575 Tremont St Boston, MA 02120
(844) 409-7435 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2425 to $3899

West Square Apartments
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West Square Apartments

320-326 D St Boston, MA 02127
(617) 606-3407 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2479 to $19829

One Canal Apartment Homes
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One Canal Apartment Homes

1 Canal St Boston, MA 02114
(844) 428-1438 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $2486 to $8477

1330 Boylston Apartments
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1330 Boylston Apartments

1330 Boylston St Boston, MA 02215
(866) 720-2685 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2504 to $6294

Van Ness Apartments
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Van Ness Apartments

1325 Boylston St Boston, MA 02215
(617) 674-0811 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2575 to $4595

The Victor by Windsor Apartments
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The Victor by Windsor Apartments

110 Beverly St Boston, MA 02114
(844) 261-1452 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2765 to $4805

Avalon at Prudential Center Apartments
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Avalon at Prudential Center Apartments

780 Boylston St Boston, MA 02199
(844) 885-8754 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2781 to $9831

Fenway Triangle Apartments
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Fenway Triangle Apartments

180 Brookline Ave Boston, MA 02215
(866) 678-1343 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $2975 to $7120

Girard Apartments
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Girard Apartments

600 Harrison Ave Boston, MA 02118
(844) 840-5995 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms call for rates

Residences at 50 West Broadway Apartments
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Residences at 50 West Broadway Apartments

50 W West B... Boston, MA 02127
(888) 427-1335 check availability

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The Tremont Apartments
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The Tremont Apartments

1480-1486 Tremont St Boston, MA 02120
(339) 499-1792 check availability

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Fenway Diamond at 9 Miner Street Apartments
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Fenway Diamond at 9 Miner Street Apartments

9 Miner St Boston, MA 02215
(855) 507-4509 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1700 to $3495

Harbor Point on the Bay Apartments
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Harbor Point on the Bay Apartments

1 Harbor Point Blvd Boston, MA 02125
(877) 646-2406 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1805 to $3679

Burbank Apartments
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Burbank Apartments

18 Haviland St Boston, MA 02115
(617) 830-1074 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2186 to $3736

Flats on D Apartments
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Flats on D Apartments

411 D St Boston, MA 02210
(844) 684-6229 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2203 to $5460

TROY Boston Apartments
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TROY Boston Apartments

55 Traveler St Boston, MA 02118
(888) 376-6717 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2295 to $3905

The West End Apartments
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The West End Apartments

4 Emerson Pl Boston, MA 02114
(844) 779-3887 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2326 to $7660

Watermark Seaport Apartments
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Watermark Seaport Apartments

85 Seaport Blvd Boston, MA 02210
(844) 671-1976 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $2600 to $5500

The Greenhouse Apartments
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The Greenhouse Apartments

150 Huntington Ave Boston, MA 02115
(866) 678-8443 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2655 to $4480

315 on A Apartments
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315 on A Apartments

315 A St Boston, MA 02210
(844) 869-3215 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $2691 to $9983

Waterside Place Apartments
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Waterside Place Apartments

505 Congress St Boston, MA 02210
(877) 783-5352 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2781 to $6006

The Kensington Apartments
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The Kensington Apartments

665 Washington St Boston, MA 02111
(877) 699-7793 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $2800 to $15000

Devonshire Apartments
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Devonshire Apartments

1 Devonshire Pl Boston, MA 02109
(877) 232-2365 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2803 to $5336

Park Lane Seaport Apartments
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Park Lane Seaport Apartments

225 Northern Ave Boston, MA 02210
(844) 369-0412 check availability
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The Towers at Longfellow Apartments
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The Towers at Longfellow Apartments

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Your Guide to Apartments in Boston

The largest city and the capital of the great state of Massachusetts, Boston and the Greater Boston area is home to over 4 million people and growing with options in available Boston apartments growing to match. Boasting a rich history, a diverse culture, great educational opportunities and plenty to see and do year round, Boston is a fantastic city to call home.


The Greater Boston area is filled with neighborhoods and areas that provide a wide variety of options in excellent apartments in Boston. Whether you are looking for Cambridge apartments fit for the scholarly minded individuals at MIT and Harvard, or you're a party animal looking to move to the fun, young area of Fenway, or maybe perhaps you want to take your family to Dorchester to hang with the Wahlburg's, our Apartment Living Guide for Boston can help match you with the perfect place and help you get the most out of it once you live there.


As your Boston apartment search experts, it's our goal to help you find the best Boston apartments with the photos, slideshow tours, floor plan layouts, updated pricing and community features to help make your apartment search experience simple. No matter what part of Boston you'd like to find an apartment, you can find it here at ApartmentHomeLiving.com


Once you've moved into your perfect, it's time to get out and enjoy all that Boston has to offer. The city is blessed with top notch education facilities like the (aforementioned MIT and Harvard), exceptional museums and art centers as well as shopping, incredible dining and a very exciting night life. Whether its dancing and dinner, comedy and the pub, or watching a Sox game at Fenway and grabbing a beer only Boston can provide (like Sam Adams straight from the brewery!), it's a cinch to find an impeccably good night out of your apartment in Boston.


Not only do sports fans in Boston have the Red Sox, but football fans can take the short trip out Foxborough to catch New England Patriots game, while the basketball and hockey fans can head over to the West End to catch Celtics and Bruins games at the garden too. There really is no end to the fun that local sports fans can get out of their apartments in Boston to enjoy.


So is your mind made up yet? Don't let a killer new apartment deal pass you by. Ease your search with our listings and find yourself living the dream in one of the many fantastic Boston apartments for rent today!

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Boston Overview

When people think Massachusetts they instantly think Boston. Home of the Red Sox, Dropkick Murphys and that oh-so-famous tea party, Boston is a New England destination that far surpasses most visitor's expectations with ease. Covering almost fifty square miles and boasting an extended population of almost five million people (all of them Sox fans!), Boston is one of the nation's premier east coast cities and finding your new home in one of the many options in Boston apartments is the best.

Boston History

Boston lays claim to being one of the nation's oldest cities, and has the historical resume to back it up. From the previously mentioned Boston Tea Party to the Battle of Bunker Hill, this east coast landmark played numerous roles during the American Revolution. Home to not only the U.S.'s first subway system but also some of its first public parks, Boston has been a leader city for the better part of several centuries. 1872 saw the Great Boston Fire take hold, an unfortunate event that brought new structures and architectural flourish about. The city continued to expand well into the 1970's, eventually largely dividing into a number of townships. Boasting an epic view of the Atlantic coastline, Boston has evolved into not only the lone state capitol to reside near a coast but also a top-notch center for educational studies in the fields of science and medicine.

Boston Weather

Like much of its New England counterparts, the greater Boston area is defined by four distinct seasons. Winters can be harsh, with snow commonplace, although many say the spectacular fall and spring weather is well worth the shoveling. Summers can be hot, but with an ocean breeze never far away the city of Boston manages to keep its cool. Autumn is crisp and comfortable, with baseball hats and hooded sweatshirts in high demand, while the spring thaw acts as a high motivator for area fishermen and spring season enthusiasts. Mind the fog!

Boston Media

The Boston Globe' is a world-famous news outlet, as is its counterpart 'The Herald'. Unsurprisingly a large number of sport-centric talk radio stations call Boston home, including WEII and CBS WBZ. Boston remains a hot spot for film locations, recently hosting such huge Hollywood productions as 'The Town' and 'The Departed'.

Boston Landmarks

Known to many scholars as the 'intellectual capitol of the world', Boston has played home to many celebrated wordsmiths throughout the years, including Thoreau, Emerson and Hawthorne. The Boston Public Library was the first of its kind in the entire country and dates all the way back to 1852, and the city's proud lineage of learning extends to a university that truly needs little introduction - Harvard. Boston Common is literally the oldest public park in the entire country, while scenic destinations such as the calm waters of Jamaica Pond and the botany-heavy delights of the Boston Public Garden are hugely popular with residents.

Things to do in Boston

Residents will have little trouble finding a bevy of exciting things to do in Boston. Considered one of the top 5 ensembles in the nation, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is a favorite of classical music lovers, while clubs such as House of Blues and The Middle East cater more to the hard rock end of the spectrum. Opera and stage theater can also be found across the city, with culture-highlighting art gallery tours and more omnipresent throughout Boston. Home to four major sports leagues, Boston fans are truly a league of their own. Fenway Park is a simple 'must-visit', with basketball, hockey and more also strongly represented by the city. A word of advice - don't mention you like the Yankees, even if it happens to be true. Outdoor activity is a great way to explore Boston, and the city's huge array of public parks makes it a breeze. Spend an afternoon with the kids getting up-close-and-personal with a variety of animals at the Franklin Park Zoo, or take in a live performance at the truly unique Hatch Shell concert venue, placed within eyeshot of the scenic Charles River.

Boston Festivals

Boston Vacation spots

Boston is a fantastic place to spend time, but its proximity to a number of getaways makes it even that much more desireable. From the scenic beach shores of Cape Cod to the lobster-filled lands of Maine, Boston acts as a perfect jumpin-off point for a number of driveable vacation getaways. The bright lights of Broadway and New York City are a reasonable commute, while New Hampshire offers a large number of camping options for those eager to get back to nature. Of course, Massachusetts itself holds much to explore, including the funky boutiques of Northampton and the spooky history of Salem.

Getting Around Boston

They say the construction never stops in Boston, so while owning a car may lend itself to a keen sense of independence it may not help you get somewhere in a hurry. Fortunately for Boston residents, a large number of public transportation options abound. Most people travel via 'The T', a long-revered subway system spanning almost seventy miles underground. Buses are also an option, although they tend to encounter those construction traffic issues as well, there's a reason that Boston is often referred to as 'the walking city'.

Commuting in Boston

The two major highways for commuters in Boston are 93 which runs north-south and 90 that runs east-wast. Rather than driving though, many Boston residents opt for some of the fantastic public communiting options rather than sitting through traffic.

Why Here

From the one-of-a-kind people to the contagious hometown pride that pours from every inch of the city, Boston is truly a destination like no other. Irish-American heritage is omnipresent throughout the Boston area, and its St. Paddy's Day celebrations are truly the stuff of legend.

Where to move in Boston

With a huge assortment of neighborhoods to its credit, Boston seems tailor made for a variety of lifestyles. Cambridge is a perfect setting for students yearning to be close to universities and libraries, while south Boston plays home to most of the nightlife and cultural excitement, including the Orpheum Theater and the Citi Performing Arts Center. Somerville and Quincy are great areas for families to call home, while the harbor district to the east is comprised of a number of small islands. From townhomes to apartment buildings to sky-high terrace lofts, Boston has no shortage of living options that cater to each and every lifestyle and budget. Regardless of where you end up, one thing is for certain - there's no place like Boston in the entire United States! Go Sox and kindly pass the chowda.

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