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A studio apartment could be your introduction to everything that Boston has to offer. A condo or apartment in a great location is your key to the city. Studios appeal to all kinds of people, and they're the most affordable option for anyone who wants to move to the big city. At Boston City Properties, our real estate brokers and rental specialists excel at matching clients with properties that fit their needs. If you need to move quickly or would like a lease that fits your future plans, we'll work with you to find a fully equipped apartment in the suburbs or the heart of the city.

Living in Boston

Boston is booming, and you can be part of the action. The city is experiencing an unprecedented level of growth that's powered by technology, pharmaceuticals, medical research, finance and education. Bostonians enjoy a wealth of sports, culture and history. Boston is one of the most exciting cities in the United States. People come here to live, to work and to study. A studio apartment in any Boston neighborhood will give you access to world-class restaurants, phenomenal cultural attractions and festivals that are unique to our city.

Demand for studio apartments is constant, and the Boston rental market can be competitive due to the constant influx of new residents. However, that doesn't mean that you can't find a place that fits your needs. Whether you want the basics and nothing more or a luxury apartment with all of the amenities, our brokers will work tirelessly to find you the perfect place in one of Boston's 21 unique neighborhoods.

Suburban Neighborhoods

Quiet streets and traditional condos dominate the suburbs of Charlestown, Cambridge and Brookline. Apartments and condos in the inner suburbs of Fenway, Longwood and Mission Hill are plentiful, affordable and very appealing. In these areas, condos start in the mid-$200,000s, and rentals are generally less than $2,000 per month. Most studio apartments are between 275 and 600 square feet depending on the building and neighborhood.

Downtown Boston

If you love history, you'll be right at home in a brownstone or brick row house in the Back Bay or Beacon Hill. History buffs on a tighter budget will find more affordable options in the North End or Bay Village. Trendy lofts and modern apartments with luxury amenities are easy to find in the South End, the West End, the Seaport District, the Leather District and along the harbor. In most areas, rentals start around $1,600 and go well above $2,000 in luxury buildings. Condo buyers will find many excellent studios in the $400,000s.

To learn more or to start your apartment search, view our individual neighborhood pages where you'll discover each area's history and attractions, what type of apartments are available and how much you should expect to pay. Each neighborhood has its own distinct feel, features and price range. Whether you want to be closer to work, school or family, we can recommend the ideal neighborhood. Our brokers are familiar with every apartment building and address in Boston, so you don't have to be. You're welcome to call our office at 617-247-1933 to speak to an experienced apartment broker.

Boston City Properties has listings for studio apartments & condos in literally every neighborhood in the Downtown Boston area, including:

  • Back Bay
  • Bay Village
  • Beacon Hill
  • Brookline
  • Cambridge
  • Charlestown
  • Downtown Boston
  • Fenway
  • Leather District
  • Longwood Medical area
  • Seaport District
  • South End
  • MGH area
  • Midtown
  • North End
  • Waterfront
  • West End
  • Studio apartments in these neighborhoods usually start around $1000/mo. The square footage usually starts around 250 square feet and can go as high as 650+ square feet.

    A studio apartment is the perfect way to live in a great location and not pay a big premium to do so. If you dont need a ton of space and a separate bedroom, then a studio apartment might make a great option for you.

    We also have listings in literally every single luxury apartment building in Boston. Studios in these buildings usually start a little higher, around $1500/mo., as opposed to 1 bedroom units that usually start around $2000/mo.

    Click the "Search Rentals" or "Search Sales" buttons below to view up-to-the-minute studio apartments for rent & condos for sale. This site is linked to a database where literally all of the largest real estate brokerages in the Boston area post listings to, and all listings should be up-to-the-minute.

    E-mail us or call 617-247-1933 with any questions & to set up to view the apartments, and we look forward to meeting you soon!

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