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What is the average monthly rent for studio apartments in North End, MA?

The average rent for a studio apartment in North End is $1,964.

What is the average rent price for one-bedroom apartments in North End, MA?

The average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in North End is $2,160.

What is the average rent price for two-bedroom apartments in North End, MA?

The average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in North End is $2,823.

What is the average rent price for three-bedroom apartments in North End, MA?

The average rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in North End is $3,767.

What is the average rent price for four-bedroom apartments in North End, MA?

The average rent for a 4-bedroom apartment in North End is $5,333.

Can I find cheap apartments for rent in North End, MA?

Cheap apartments can be difficult to come by in Boston's North End, but you can find them occasionally with the help of a knowledgeable real estate professional. This is a hugely popular area, known for amazing food, rich history, and beautiful ocean views. Cheap apartments rent almost immediately, so you must start looking at least 9 months before you plan to move.

View apartment listings in North End, Boston from the area’s largest real-time rental database. Use our search tool to refine your results and find the perfect place to live. When you find an apartment you like, contacting one of our helpful agents is only a click away. In addition to property details, each listing provides the agent information and a contact form. Boston Pads makes it easy for you to find your next North End apartment!

About Boston’s North End Neighborhood

About Apartments for Rent in North End, Boston, MA

The North End is the oldest residential community in Boston. People have been living here since the 1630s. The neighborhood may be small, but it has almost one hundred business establishments and many tourist attractions. It is known for its Italian restaurants, so residents of apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA who enjoy this cuisine have only to walk out their doors.

This is a wonderful location for strolling through the history of Boston, MA and the United States of America. The Freedom Trail winds through Boston’s North End and passes the Old North Church. The Paul Revere House is the oldest building in this part of Boston and still attracts visitors. Hanover St., one of the oldest streets in Boston, was originally a Native American path that led to the shore. North St. in the North End runs past Faneuil Hall and other historic sites. When you live in apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA you are sharing history.

Getting Around in North End, Boston, MA

The streets of the North End are narrow and dense, with many one-way streets and lots of pedestrian traffic due to all of the shops and restaurants. The West End and Downtown Boston are adjacent to Boston’s North End. Unlike some of the other Boston, MA neighborhoods, there are no major thoroughfares in North End, Boston. However, one can pick up I-93/RT-1 nearby.

The closest subway stop is Haymarket on the Orange Line and the Green Line. Aquarium Station on the Blue Line is also just to the south of the neighborhood. North Station is west of the North End. This Boston transportation hub connects you to the Green Line C and E trains, the Orange Line, four commuter rail lines, Amtrak, and buses. It also has direct access to the TD Garden Arena, Beacon Hill, and Fenway. Renters in apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA will have no trouble with their commute or any other trips around Boston. There is no shortage of public transportation.

There are free and unlimited parking passes for residents in apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA. Visitor parking spaces have a two-hour limit. There is paid parking space at Sargents Wharf, Lewis Wharf, and the Cooper Street lot. The public parking garages in or near North End are Government Center, Dock Square, Lewis Wharf, and the Boston Harbor Garage. Some restaurants offer valet parking at night.

Notable Apartments for Rent in North End, Boston, MA

Mercantile Wharf Apartments

Located at the intersection of Commercial St. and Atlantic Ave., Mercantile Wharf Apartments is a mixed-use community of one bedroom apartments for rent, two bedroom apartments for rent, and three bedroom apartments for rent. It is surrounded by breathtaking views of the Boston Harbor waterfront and the Boston, MA skyline.

These apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA have an open atrium at the center of the apartment building that provides the structure with abundant natural light. Commercial space occupies the first floor while the upper floors contain the residences.

Community amenities abound in these North End, MA apartment rentals. To help tenants socialize and make sure these are friendly apartments, they provide a community gathering space. They have a liberal pet policy and they are definitely pet friendly. There are two laundry suites so nobody will have to lug laundry far from their apartments. There is elevator access and should you need any assistance, there is on-site property management.

The deluxe apartment interiors are just as impressive. The architectural designs that include exposed brick and beams lend a touch of elegance to each upscale apartment. When you rent an apartment here, all the utilities are included. Kitchens come with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, and disposal. There are hardwood floors throughout and neutral carpeting in bedrooms. It has expansive windows with city-vista views and high ceilings with energy efficient lighting. There is central heating and air conditioning. You owe it to yourself to view one of the 3d tours or take a virtual tour of these apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA.

It is easy to access the highway from these North End, Boston apartments, and Logan Airport and bus transportation are close by. It is also just a short distance to the Financial District.

One Canal Apartment Homes

These luxury apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA must be seen to be appreciated; they should definitely be part of your apartment search. The community amenities provide all of the comforts one would expect in homes for rent in North End, Boston, MA. Their clubhouse is called the Canal Club and is great for relaxing or playing a game of pool. Their fitness center covers 2,000 square feet and rivals any commercial gym. The expertly landscaped courtyard provides relaxing outdoor time. Their rooftop swimming-pool lets you float away tension while looking at the magnificent Boston, MA skyline. A virtual tour is available.

One Canal Apartment Homes for rent are pet-friendly and smoke-free. For your convenience, there is a 24-hour concierge. Lease terms can be for 24 months and longer if needed.

The unfurnished living areas in these apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA have wood flooring, stainless steel appliances, modern cabinetry, full-size washer and dryer, 8-foot ceilings, and quartz countertops. It has smart home technology that includes smart thermostats and locks. A variety of floorplans are available and as of this writing, a three bedroom apartment was available.

Christopher Columbus Plaza

These apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA are located in a prime spot offering you the old world charm of Italy and amazing waterfront views of Christopher Columbus Park and Boston Harbor. If you have a canine companion, he will be happy to know that you are not far from the Ruff Dog Park.

Christopher Columbus Plaza has a few floorplan options. You can get a one bedroom apartment for rent or a two-bedroom apartment for rent. The gourmet kitchens have granite countertops or counters with Corian finishes. There is wood laminate plank flooring throughout. Walk in closets provide plenty of storage space. Private balconies are available in some apartments. There is always a magnificent view from these apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA.

The following utilities are included in the monthly rent: central heat and air conditioning, hot water, and gas. Patios are great for outdoor picnics and their gated patio has a grilling station. There are other amenities included such as on-site management and maintenance, a 1st-floor community room, 24/7 laundry room, 24/7 fitness center, a landscaped private courtyard, and a solarium room with access all year round. Garage parking is available at an additional cost.

At the time of this writing, there were some leasing specials available. Take one of the 3d tours of their available apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA.

Lincoln Wharf

Built in 1901, this historic building is a beautiful addition to your search. If you are looking for condos for rent in North End, Boston, MA you might just find your ideal place to live at Lincoln Wharf. There are fewer apartments on the Boston waterfront than there are people looking for apartments on the water. You definitely want to check out these apartment listings when there are apartments available. If boats and water views fit your lifestyle, these might just be the best apartments in North End, Boston, MA for you.

There are several floor plans available for rent, such as duplexes, one-bedroom/1 bath and two-bedrooms/2 baths. The open floor plan facilitates your creative decorating ideas and provides more space if you have a roommate. You might even find a condominium with a private balcony!

The shared amenities are also terrific. The common areas have been renovated and include a gorgeous atrium, a roof deck, and a fitness center. A unique amenity that is very helpful to people living in condos for rent in North End, Boston, MA is one room set aside as a fax and copy room. These apartments near the water also have parking for cars and boats.

44 Prince Street

There are condos for rent in this pet friendly, North End, Boston, MA condominium building. This luxury building is located in a thriving business center encompassing stores, restaurants, and cafes.

If you want to find an apartment in North End, Boston, MA that has a fireplace, you are in luck; these condos for rent have gas fireplaces. Units also have private decks and terraces to provide spaces for outdoor relaxation. The bathrooms contain shower/tub combinations. The open layouts with spacious rooms and hardwood floors provide plenty of room to both work and relax.

Hub 50 House on Causeway

These new apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA are no-fee. Their distinctive amenities include a woof deck with pet spa, a business center, fire pits, lawn areas, and a skypool.

Schools near Apartments for Rent in North End, Boston, MA

  • John Eliot Elementary School, located at 16 Charter Street in North End, Boston, MA, serves kindergarten through 8th grade. It is the oldest public school in continuous operation in Boston, MA.
  • St. Johns School is located at 9 Moon Street in North Square. It is a private school in North End, Boston, MA run by the Roman Catholic Church.
  • North Bennet Street School is located at 150 North Street in North End, Boston, MA. This school was opened in 1885 and it focuses on teaching adults trades and craftsmanship.

Restaurants near Apartments for Rent in North End, Boston, MA

People who live in North End apartments for rent are fortunate to have so many amazing food options available at their doorsteps. Known for its outstanding Italian food, there is a variety of meal options in this vibrant neighborhood.

Al Dente

This is a simple Italian-American restaurant located at 109 Salem St., in North End, Boston, MA. Here you will find delicious and reasonably priced pasta classics and affordable wines.

Antico Forno

Antico Forno is located at 93 Salem Street in North End, Boston, MA. The name means ancient oven in English and, true to its name, almost everything on the menu goes into the oven. This place is popular because of its wood-fired pizza, which you can top with house made sausage.

Artu

This restaurant, located at 6 Prince Street in North End, Boston, MA, has been around since 1992. The menu is mostly focused on roasted meats. The place has a full liquor license that allows it to stay open until 2am. If you live in one of the apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA you never have to worry about what to eat late at night.

Carmelina’s

This restaurant, located at 307 Hanover Street in North End, Boston, MA, combines Sicilian cooking traditions with modern cuisines producing affordably priced dishes.

The Daily Catch

This restaurant, located at 323 Hanover Street in North End, Boston, MA, has been serving the North End with delicious Sicilian-style seafood dishes with pasta since the 1970s. Fish lovers living in apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA will always be able to get the catch of the day.

Ernesto’s Pizza

This pizzeria, known for the generous size of its slices, is located at 69 Salem Street, Boston, MA. If you are a pizza lover considering apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA, Ernesto’s Pizza is another great reason to choose this neighborhood.

La Famiglia Giorgio’s

This restaurant is located at 112 Salem St. in North End, Boston, MA. You will get giant portions of Italian-American dishes that are extremely flavorful.

Mamma Maria

This restaurant is located at 3 N. Square in North End, Boston, MA. The seasonal menu includes local ingredients and the menu is constantly changing. When you live in one of the apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA and want something unusual, Mamma Maria has you covered.

Taranta

This is a small brick-walled restaurant found at 210 Hanover Street in North End, Boston, MA. It combines Peruvian cooking and Southern Italian cooking to produce delicious dishes such as salmon in Pisco-Sicilian blood sauce and cassava root gnocchi with lamb.

Parks near Apartments for Rent in North End, Boston, MA

There are some beautiful parks near North End apartments for rent. They are a great place to go to find a little green in the midst of this bustling city.

Christopher Columbus Park

This park is small, but it is a focal point in North End, Boston, MA. If you want to rent an apartment near a playground, this is a good location. It is part of the Harbor Walk linking the North End to the Seaport. It annually hosts several North End festivals.

Harbor Walk

This is a must-see site in Boston, especially for anyone who lives in North End apartments for rent. The promenade along the harbor is great for relaxing and watching the sailboats.

The North End Parks

This is a series of parks in the North End, Boston, MA neighborhood. The parks make up the northern parts of the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Their design includes plazas with pergolas, green landscapes, and water features. There are delightful, perennial gardens and a variety and abundance of trees. Even if you live in one of the apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA, nature is never far away.

The large quantity of tables and benches allow you to enjoy a book, a meal, or just some restful nature time. There are quotes from prominent residents of the neighborhood and a timeline of historic events on the leaning rails of the park. Living in apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA means never having to travel to find luxurious green spaces.

Langone Park

The famous landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted designed this park for the city of Boston, MA. It has three bocce courts, a Little League baseball diamond, and a playground. Langone Park forms a long expanse of harbor side green spaces.

Arts in the North End

North End, Boston, MA is a neighborhood with an abundance of art attractions. Among them, you will find the North End Music and Performing Arts Center and the Improv Asylum on Hanover Street.

Six of Boston’s publicly accessible artworks are located in the North End. All the public artworks in the city are under the care and custody of The Boston Art Commission and available to residents of apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA.

Some of the prominent works of art in the neighborhood:

  • North End Library Mosaics at 25 Parmenter Street
  • Paul Revere sculpture at the Paul Revere Mall
  • Merchant Marine Memorial on Commercial Street
  • Christopher Columbus sculpture near Atlantic Avenue

Popular Sites near Apartments in North End, Boston, MA

North End, Boston, MA is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the country and has many historic sites. It will be easy to visit these places when you decide to live in any of the North End, Boston apartments for rent.

Copp’s Hill Burying Ground

This cemetery has existed since the late 1650s. It is the second-oldest cemetery in Boston. Many well-known historical figures have been buried in North End, Boston, MA including Robert Newman, the Old North Church sexton, and Increase and Cotton Mather, ministers influential in the Salem witch trials.

Old North Church

Located at 193 Salem Street in North End, Boston, MA, the building was erected in the early 1720s and is the city’s oldest church. The major reason it attracts tourists is its 191-foot steeple from which Paul Revere saw that the British were coming not by land, but by sea. Robert Newman, the church’s sexton, provided the two-lantern signal.

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy’s Birthplace

The matriarch of the Kennedy clan was born in North End, Boston, MA. on 4 Garden Court St. The original structure was demolished in 1890. However, the bow-front Greek revival located at 6 Garden Court is very similar to the former building.

The Paul Revere House

This house, where the revolutionary silversmith lived, is Boston’s oldest house. Paul Revere is famous for his midnight ride through the countryside in 1775. This timber house was built around 100 years before Revere and his family moved in. It now has a museum attached to it and attracts many tourists to North End, Boston, MA.

Mariner’s House

Built in 1847, The Mariner’s House is on North Square in North End, Boston, MA. This historic hotel was a boarding house for sailors. To this day, it is a hotel exclusively for members of the merchant marines.

The Greek Revival-style hotel has 22 guest rooms that still have the same 19th-century charm. It features a parlor, library, common areas, galley, chapel/meeting hall and more. In 1999, the hotel was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

The Freedom Trail

The North End neighborhood is where the heart of the Freedom Trail is located. Residents of apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA and over 3 million visitors every year follow the trail and learn about its history. The Freedom Trail opened in 1951. It involved the linking of sixteen sites to better portray Boston’s story of the American Revolution.

Living in the North End

When thinking about apartments for rent in North End, Boston, MA, it seems as if you could never deplete the choices of restaurants and fun things to do. Your move in date can’t come soon enough. However, there are so many choices of homes for rent! In addition, the real estate in North End, Boston, MA moves quickly. You need a real estate expert – someone who has the qualification necessary to assist you in this sought-after neighborhood.

The professionals at Boston Pads can help you find townhomes for rent, condos for rent, fully furnished apartments for rent, and studio apartments for rent. They can even help you locate difficult to find homes for rent such as lofts, cheap apartments, a brownstone, or a sublet. They can also help you with questions concerning landlords. North End, Boston, MA is a great place to live, so join the excitement now.

North End Real-Time Average Rent Prices

  • Studio$1,849
  • 1 Bedroom$2,160
  • 2 Bedroom$2,812
  • 3 Bedroom$3,780
  • 4 Bedroom$5,322
North End Real-Time Vacancy Rate

1.44%

North End Real-Time Availability Rate

2.32%

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