Whether you’re a resident, frequent visitor, or just someone who catches the occasional Red Sox home game, the Fenway neighborhood has some truly excellent coffee shops and cafes. From international chains to local gems, there’s something for every palette here.
As we close out 2019, we’re taking a look back at the apartment rental market in Fenway. This iconic neighborhood is one of the most famous in Boston, and demand for apartments in Fenway is always high for several reasons. The neighborhood is full of great restaurants, shopping and points of interest. It’s located 10 minutes from downtown, and it’s surrounded by some of the areas largest and most prestigious universities.
Whether you live in Greater Boston, or you’re moving to the area for the first time, chances are you know about Fenway. The Fenway/Kenmore neighborhood lends its name to Fenway Park, but this community is more than just where the Red Sox play: it’s an energized community in the heart of Boston.
Fenway Pads has just published an average rent price infographic together with Boston Pads, making it easier for both renters and landlords to access rental information for one of Boston’s most exciting neighborhoods. The average rent prices were calculated using data from the Boston Pads database, which contains over 156,000 Boston apartments, 500,000+ apartment images, and 8,000+ videos.