Finding a place to live that is close to your work, and nearby to some entertainment doesn’t have to be difficult.  Even if you know you’re not going to be in the city indefinitely, you still deserve to be comfortable and have a space of your own. Regardless of your criteria, there is undoubtedly a studio apartment in Boston that will suit you. Blueground offers fully-furnished, equipped and serviced apartments in some of the world's most sought after cities.

Advantages of a studio apartment in Boston

  • Location, location, location
    One of the biggest advantages of renting a studio apartment is that they are often located near the things you find interesting or the amenities you desire. From restaurants and cultural venues to bars and clubs, you are often within walking distance from everything you need.
  • Energy-efficient
    Since Boston studio apartments are smaller in size, they are often incredibly energy efficient. This means that you don’t have to pay an exorbitant amount to heat and cool the space. This is incredibly beneficial and helps you save money. If utilities are something you don’t want to have to deal with, consider renting with Blueground. Finding your ideal fully-furnished, completely equipped apartment has never been easier. Everything is hooked up upon arrival and Blueground handles the bill payments.
  • Forces you to prioritize
    Having limited space means you have to narrow down what is most important to you. Pick only the items that will make you happy and will help make your life easier. Eliminating useless junk is a good thing. It helps you focus and makes your life less cluttered and complicated.
  • Allows you to multitask
    With everything conveniently arranged in one room, you have the ability to multitask with many different projects. You can pay your bills, watch TV, and cook dinner at the same time. All because you don’t have to travel between rooms to accomplish these tasks.

 

Studio apartment in North End

Furnished short-term rental on Beverly Street

In this Blueground studio apartment in Boston there is a grey sofa in front of bed against green accent wall with standing mirror leaning against the corner.

If you’re looking to mingle with young professionals and be close to downtown, then this is the apartment for you. You’ll be minutes away from a bustling hub of activity. Take advantage of the ability to meet and make connections. If you’re a foodie, this is where you want to be.

Apartment specs:

  • WiFi
  • Google Home
  • Marble countertops
  • The building has a roof deck, basketball court, and gym

When living in this neighborhood, you will be close to “Little Italy”. Meaning, you have tons of restaurants, cafes, and bakeries to choose from. You’ll also have access to Christopher Columbus Park, where you can get some fresh air while walking or jogging.

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Studio apartment in Fort Point

Furnished short-term rental on A Street

a studio apartment Boston with a concrete ceiling and a black and white marble table in the center of the living room in front of a grey couch. On the side of the couch there is a small kitchen with brown cupboards.

This apartment is centrally located between many of the city’s largest employment areas. Staying here means you will have access to Seaport, the Financial District, and South Boston. It is a small neighborhood with a lot of historic significance. It’s also the epicenter of the Boston Art scene.

Apartment specs:

  • Widescreen TV 
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • The building has a doorman, gym, roof deck, and garden

When living here, you’ll have the opportunity to check out numerous art galleries and dine at some upcoming, hip restaurants. This area is also home to many emerging technology companies. Residents get to experience the future of both art and technology.

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Studio apartment in Kendall Square

Furnished short-term rental on Ames Street

A studio apartment in Boston with a grey sofa and a wooden coffee table in front. Behind the grey couch is a wooden bed and a dark grey accent wall.

The Kendall Square neighborhood is a cutting-edge technology community. This apartment location will get you up close and personal with some of the brightest minds in tech. Here you’ll be at the intersection of Main Street and Broadway, with walking access to public transportation.

Apartment specs:

  • WiFi
  • Google Chromecast
  • Google Home Mini
  • The building has a gym and bike storage

There is an array of restaurants and coffee shops to choose from. Discover fresh, farm-to-table foods before checking out the shopping scene. Kendall Square may be the most important tech and biotech centers in the world, making it an ideal choice for young professionals.

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Studio apartment in Theater District/Chinatown

Furnished short-term rental on Washington Street

A studio apartment in Boston with floor to ceiling windows and a dark blue accent wall. In front of the accent wall is a large wooden bed. In the photo the bed is slightly hidden behind the grey couch. Near the couch is a dark green velvet armchair.

Located in a unique, cultural hub, this apartment will give you access to both Chinatown and the Theater District. You’ll have the ability to enjoy many different stage productions, as well as indulge in amazing food. Some theaters in the area include the Boston Opera House, the Charles Playhouse, and the Citi Performing Arts Center.

Apartment specs:

  • WiFi
  • Google Chromecast
  • Google Home Mini
  • The building has a doorman, private indoor pool, and gym

There is a lot to explore in this area, including various food markets and herbal shops. During certain times of the year, there are parades and sights. For instance, the August Moon Festival and of course, Chinese New Year.  This area is a draw for locals and visitors alike.

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Studio apartment in Back Bay

Furnished short-term rental on Commonwealth Avenue

A studio apartment in Boston with a black and white marble coffee table on top of a circular white and blue rug. On one side of the table is a large grey couch and on the other side of the table is a dark blue accent wall and a a TV sitting on a TV stand made of dark wood.

This neighborhood is the heart of Boston and renting an apartment here offers a variety of amenities. You’ll easily be able to commute to work, as well as enjoy the various shops and restaurants. Generally, professionals and graduates frequent the area, so you’ll be able to mingle and make new connections while living here.

Apartment specs:

  • WiFi
  • Premium wireless speakers
  • Widescreen TV
  • Fully equipped kitchen

This is an ideal place to live if you are active and love the outdoors. From here you are only minutes away from the Esplanade, an amazing green space where you can walk, jog, or bike.

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