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Boston Beacon Hill Apartment Market is Bouncing Back

The Boston Beacon Hill apartment rental market is regaining strength.

Boston Beacon Hill Apartment Market is Bouncing Back

How do we know that the Boston Beacon Hill apartment market is bouncing back? Net effective median rent for a Boston Beacon Hill apartment has actually increase on a year-over-year basis.

By across price points are recovering at different speeds, the data shows, as higher-end buildings have seen their rents increasing faster than the lower end of the market.

Boston Beacon Hill apartments are still cheaper to live in than San Francisco and in some cases Los Angeles. So there’s no ripple effect here on what we’re seeing in New York,” he said.

Boston Beacon Hill apartment rents is not back to normal in terms of its high and population density and that it may never be as downtown Boston office towers are not nearly as full.

All Beacon Hill apartments ranked Newest to Oldest Listings for Fall 2023

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Updated: Boston Real Estate 2023


How many Boston Beacon Hill apartments rented in the last 3 months of 2021?

In the last 3 months of 2021, 71 Boston Beacon Hill apartment were rented in 2021

What is the average size of Boston Beacon Hill apartment?

The average size of a Boston Beacon Hill apartments in 2021 was 565 square feet.

What is the average asking price for a Boston Beacon Hill apartment in 2021?

The average asking price is $2,500.00 per month

After September 1st the number of Beacon Hill listings drop dramatically, The average number is 25 listings or below.


Boston Beacon Hill Apartment Market is Bouncing Back

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