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Suffolk is located in the heart of downtown Boston, and the city’s most desirable neighborhoods are within close walking distance. More specifically, if you’re looking for a good restaurant to go to, your options are limitless. Faneuil Hall and the Quincy Market are just a 10-15 minute walk, and you’ll be able to find dozens of diverse places to eat there. But when you become a student you will realize it’s overpriced and touristy. If you keep walking a few minutes past that area you’ll find the North End, which is Boston’s best dining neighborhood (if you like Italian food). There are restaurants everywhere you look in the North End, and the best part is all of them are incredible. The South End is also a short walk from Suffolk, and has a very underrated culinary scene. Lastly, the Back Bay (specifically Boylston and Newbury Street) is a 15 minute walk from Suffolk and features some of Boston’s most acclaimed restaurants.

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Because of Suffolk’s location, it’s tough to find affordable housing that’s near campus. Most students begin their search in two of Boston’s most expensive neighborhoods, Beacon Hill and the North End. It’s very disconcerting to start looking for your first apartment and only see monthly rents in the thousands. The same goes for students who look in the expensive neighboring Back Bay area. To find cheap housing, Cambridge and Somerville may be your best bet. They are nice areas with great access to the red line, which takes you right to Park Street (the T stop near campus). Popular student neighborhoods like Allston and Mission Hill are also an option.


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thumbnail 0 - 1 Bed $1,450 - $1,800 130 Bowdoin Street, Boston, MA July 25th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,550 43 Bowdoin Street, Boston, MA July 29th
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,800 21 Beacon Street, Boston, MA July 29th
thumbnail 3 Bed $6,500 22 Beacon Street, Boston, MA July 28th
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,800 29 Bowdoin Street, Boston, MA July 27th
thumbnail 0 Bed $2,600 - $3,600 Temple St, Boston, MA July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,500 Worcester St/Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,750 9 Temple, Boston, MA July 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,675 63 Hancock, Boston, MA July 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,200 36 Hancock Street, Boston, MA July 29th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio $1,400
Studio - One $1,900 - $2,300
One - Two $2,800 - $3,700
Studio - Three $2,090 - $5,015
Studio - Three $2,010 - $4,585
Studio $3,900
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