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Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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If you’re in some of Boston’s other neighborhoods, like Back Bay, Kenmore, or Downtown, for example, you will see at least three or four T (subway) stops in these areas. However, the South End really only has one T stop, Broadway, unless you want to argue that a couple stops are on the border of the community. There just aren’t as many T stops here as many residents want there to be. But there are a lot of bus stops run by the MBTA, including the Silver Line. And, depending on where you live in the South End, you could be within walking distance from areas like the Financial District, Downtown, or the Innovation District in the Waterfront area, which are popular places to work.

Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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A revitalized part of the South End’s Waterfront area is home to the Innovation District, which has been a hotbed for startup businesses. Numerous entrepreneurs in the city -- including many young college graduates -- are taking advantage of the resources and opportunities in this area to run their business and inject life into the South End’s economy. Because of this district, as well as revitalization of many other neighborhoods, the South End has become a desirable place to live, and the housing market here is becoming one of the busiest in the city. In the future I imagine this area will continue to expand and house new businesses, comparable to areas of Cambridge near Kendall Square and MIT.


We Have 2,713 South End Apartment Listings

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thumbnail 2 Bed $2,950 239 Shawmut Avenue, Boston, MA December 1st
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,900 35 Fay Street, Boston, MA December 1st
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,000 32 Traveler Street, Boston, MA December 1st
thumbnail 2 Bed $10,000 505 Tremont, Boston, MA December 1st
thumbnail 3 Bed $9,900 303 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA December 1st
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,911 - $3,554 55 Traveler Street, Boston, MA December 1st
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $2,385 - $3,830 45 East Newton Street, Boston, MA December 1st
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,300 South End November 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,200 40 Lawrence Street, Boston, MA November 28th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,040 300 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA November 28th
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Apartment Complexes

Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Three $2,300 - $4,400
Two $3,500
One $2,400
One - Four $2,200 - $4,200
One - Three $2,000 - $3,250
One - Three $1,850 - $3,100
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