Boston is the 24th most-populated city in the United States and the largest city in New England. Boston is also the capital of the state of Massachusetts. Boston is most often called Beantown, but has also been known as the Cradle of Liberty and The Hub. Whether renting an apartment in Boston or a single family home in the Boston area, there are many great opportunities to live in Boston.
Though renting an apartment in Boston tends to come with a higher cost of living, many renters in Boston are willing to pay the relatively more expensive rents to live there. From Roxbury, to Hyde Park and Fenway, there are numerous neighborhoods in Boston that have their own unique culture and feeling.
Boston is famous for its rich historical significance from its beginnings in the early 1600s as a Puritan colony and from its role in the American Revolution. From Paul Revere to the Boston Massacre, Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Boston Tea Party, there are no shortages of historical landmarks and attractions to take advantage of while renting in Boston, MA.
Major League Baseball-- Boston Red Sox/ Fenway Park
Major League Soccer-- New England Revolution/ Gillette Stadium
National Basketball Association-- Boston Celtics/ TD Banknorth Garden
National Football League-- New England Patriots/ Gillette Stadium
National Hockey League-- Boston Bruins/ TD Banknorth Garden
The Boston University Bridge is the only place in the world where a boat can sail under a train that is driving under a car that is driving under an airplane.