Average Rent Prices in North End

North End Pads, utilizing the massive Boston Pads database, has put together an infographic for average rent prices, population, and real-time vacancy rate data in the North End.  This information was compiled from the Boston Pads database, which contains over 156,000 Greater Boston apartments, 500,000+ property images, and 8,000+ apartment video tours.

The averages were sourced from more than 474 local North End apartments that either were rented in the past 12 months or are currently available. The site calculated the real time vacancy rate by adding the total amount of apartments currently available as well as units that will become available over the next few months, then dividing by the total number of apartments in the database for the North End.  Current population and average income data was pulled directly from the U.S. Census Bureau

Rent prices are quite similar to the nearby neighborhoods of Beacon Hill and Charlestown.  For studio apartments, renters are paying over $200 less in the North End than they are in Charlestown.  However, they pay a few hundred dollars more per month for 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom apartments in the North End compared to Charlestown average rent prices.  

Beacon Hill average rent prices come in a few hundred dollars more per month when compared to the North End for smaller apartments like studios and 1-bedrooms, but very close, on average, for 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartments.  

BEDROOMS

NORTH END

BEACON HILL

CHARLESTOWN

Studio

$1,570.50

$1,801.57

$1,798.50

1 Bedroom

$2,247.45

$2,433.63

$1,921.59

2 Bedrooms

$2,934.42

$2,841.87

$2,524.79

3 Bedrooms

$3,905.67

$4,085.84

$3,783.33

When it comes to rental costs, the North End is one of the more expensive neighborhoods in Boston.  Out of the 22 areas calculated, the North End ranks 7th highest for 1-bedroom apartments and 5th for 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartments. 

 

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To see more average rent prices for towns in the Greater Boston Area, check out the latest Boston Pads infographic on average rent prices in Boston by town.