See How Boston Rents Compare By T Stop

Symphony T Stop Boston

RentHop, an apartment hunting site that uses a combination of algorithms to sort apartment listings, released today a study on the average rent for one-bedroom apartments by each of the subway T stops across Boston.

Here are the T stops that saw the biggest rent increases for one bedroom apartments:

Blue Line – Maverick – (+10.5%) $2,105
Green/Orange Line – Haymarket – (+10.1%) $2,588
Red Line – Butler – (+9.4%) $1,915
Orange Line – Back Bay – (+9.1%) $3,377.50
Green Line – Brookline Hills – (+9.0%) $2,125

And here are the T stops that saw the biggest year-over-year rent drops on one bedroom apartments:

Green Line – Blandford St – (-8.5%) $2,525
Orange Line – Assembly – (-8.3%) $2,210
Green Line – Saint Paul St – (-7.5%) $1,850
Red Line – Porter – (-7%) $2,000
(TIE) Orange Line – Sullivan Square – (-6.5%) $2,150
(TIE) Green/Orange Line – North Station – (-6.5%) $3,030

You can find more from RentHop's report here.

Feature Image credits: Scott Teresi, Flickr, under a CC BY-SA 2.0 license.

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