Five Apartments for Rent in and around Boston with Assigned Parking
Put away your space savers: These dedicated spots will still be yours when you get home.
Apartment hunting in Boston is overwhelming for a whole slew of reasons—heavy competition, pricing, and spiraling out of control on Craigslist are just a few of them. So, for your convenience, we’re highlighting a few Zumper listings with one unique characteristic. This round, it’s places for rent around the city with assigned parking—because who has time to drive in circles searching for a spot every day?
Below, peruse five apartments for rent in and around Boston with assigned parking spaces.
209 Broadway #5, Cambridge
Rent: $5,950 per month
Ditch your snow shovels at the door—this modern three-bedroom comes with the ever-elusive garage parking. Nestled behind Kendall Square, the apartment is close to hot spots like Oleana and Little Donkey, and for a little shopping, it’s right next to the Garment District. Inside, curved walls and bow windows, recessed lighting, and a spacious deck make the home feel bright and breezy.
134 Sutherland Road #1, Brighton
Rent: $2,300 per month
Want to live in a sun-soaked brownstone steps from the Chestnut Hill Reservoir? Here’s your chance. For $1,150 per month when split between two roommates, you can revel in this pristine pad, complete with granite counters, hardwood floors, and beautiful, sunny rooms with ceilings fans and nice closet space. Available now, there is also the option to rent a parking spot.
7 Cameron Ave. #210, Cambridge
Rent: $4,000 per month
Located less than a half mile from Davis Square, you can hop on your bike and breeze along the lovely Somerville Community Path easily. Beyond the up-to-date and pet-friendly unit itself, the apartment building boasts a common roof deck, gym, and patio with grills to cook out during the warmer months. And if you’ve got a car in the city, surface or garage parking is available for $135-$185 per month.
40 Malvern St. #405, Allston
Rent: $3,450 per month
Ready to rent for the first of the new year, this two-bedroom home is not only polished and well-equipped (see: high ceilings, new appliances, a walk-in closet, and a balcony), but it’s in an incredibly convenient spot. The Green Line at Packard’s Corner is a block away, Star Market and the Super 88 supermarket are even closer, and you can park your car on-site.
266 East Berkeley St. #1005, South End
Rent: $3,500 per month
For one bedroom, $3,500 might sound crazy to many—but if you can splurge for it, you’ll be rewarded with tenth-floor views of the South End and a building with an outdoor pool, fitness center, restaurant, and of course, on-site parking. Available December 17, the unit comes with central heat and air, a walk-in closet, and those coveted vistas.
Note: Although Zumper’s apartment inventory is updated in real time, these listings are not guaranteed to be available. Check in with a listing’s leasing office to confirm availability and to schedule tours.
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