Five Boston Apartments for Rent with Concierge Services
With options in the West End, Charlestown, Beacon Hill, and beyond.
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 in buildings with concierge services—make sure you never miss a delivery or have a question go unanswered again.
Below, peruse five apartments for rent in Boston for or less per month.
791 Tremont St. #509, South End
Rent: $3,700 per month
Unfettered access to an indoor pool and fitness center are just a couple of the perks of living in this elevator building, right on Tremont. The cat-friendly unit itself is trendy and chic, with exposed brick walls and a metal ladder that leads up to a bedroom loft. Nearly all utilities are included in rent: heat, hot water, electricity, and gas.
8 Whittier Place #14J, West End
Rent: $2,495 per month
Living a five-minute walk away from North Station has always been convenient, and now, with the newly buzzing Hub on Causeway, it puts you 0.2 miles away from a blitz of dining and entertainment options, not to mention a huge new grocery store. The one-bedroom’s beautiful Brazilian cherry floors and walk-in-closet with a hanger, shelf, or drawer for every item are surely benefits, but the expansive views of the skyline and river are the pièce de résistance.
42 8th St. #2320, Charlestown
Rent: $2,800 per month
Available April 1, this one-bedroom duplex is stationed in Charlestown’s Navy Yard. In addition to the ease of living in a building with 24-hour concierge service, whoever rents this place will also score a valet parking spot. The unit itself has plenty of neat features, too. Take the kitchen as an example, where lacquer cabinets and quartz countertops mingle with Thermador and Sub-Zero appliances—including an under-cabinet freezer.
20 Chapel St. #304, Brookline
Rent: $3,495 per month
Right next to the Riverway and the Longwood T stop, this Brookline apartment is sweetly situated in between the Fenway and Coolidge Corner stations. The digs are decked out with big bay windows, wall-to-wall carpeting in the bedroom, and central air and heat to keep the temperature comfortable.
130 Bowdoin St. #1408, Beacon Hill
Rent: $2,600 per month
Just across from the northeastern corner of Boston Common, this sunny unit looks out at the gold dome of the State House from its living room window. But if you want a really good view, take to the common roof deck, a massive hangout on top of the nine-story brick building. Inside, hardwood floors, a cute kitchen nook, and a spacious bedroom with good closet space add to the list of reasons to rent here.
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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