With apartment prices on the rise and a rapidly changing real estate market, let’s take a look at what $2,000 a month in rent can get you in different areas of Boston.

South Boston

516 East Broadway

Bedroms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Living Space: 700 square feet

Price: $2,000

This one bedroom one bathroom is 700 square feet. It’s located on East Broadway and features hardwood floors, multiple closets, and a large front living room with a working fireplace. The unit also includes a private spacious back deck with city views, a washer/dryer in the basement and a private storage unit. Centrally located, it’s a quick walk to public transportation and local restaurants, shops and bars.

Back Bay

103 Beacon Street

Bedrooms: Loft

Bathrooms: 1

Living Space: 448 square feet

Price: $2,000

This loft style open-concept apartment is located on the corner of Beacon Street and Arlitonton Street. The trendy 448 square foot. unit features high ceilings, a lofted mezzanine, a decorative fireplace, hardwood floors, a wall of bookshelves and a clean kitchen with a modern bath. The located is spectacular, basically within 5 minutes of anywhere in the city.

East Boston

1 Prescott Street

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Living Space: 1040 square feet

Price: $1,800

This spacious two bedroom is in one of East Boston’s best-managed buildings. Mesuring a generous 1040 square feet the building was constructed in 1900. Close to shopping restaurants and public transportation, the unit also comes with a parking spot.


8 Chiswick Road

Bedrooms: 2

Bathroom: 1

Living Space: 840 square feet

Price: $2,000

This modern two bedroom is in the he art of Clevland Circle. The building includes an elevator and roof deck.  The unit includes a large lviign room and bedrooms, a kitchen with dishwasher, lots of cabinet space, a modern bathoroom and hardwood floors throughout. With walkability to the B,C and D lines this is a perfect apartment in a great location.

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