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North End Apartments

One Month Free at One Canal Street

One Canal Street is the epitome of luxury living in the heart of Boston's historic district. 

If you're looking for a new home in the North End, this development has it all. From a luxury rooftop complete with a pool, grilling area and communal space to the yoga, spin and fitness studios, there is something for everyone. 

If you move into select apartments before June 23rd you also get one month of rent free! Contact our brokers today to tour the building and make One Canal your new home: leasing@advisorsliving.com

One Canal Street

This pet friendly building has a prime location with breathtaking views and floor-to-ceiling windows that provide plenty of natural light. 

This new development is conveniently located within walking distance of the Financial District, North Station, Haymarket Station, the Charles River bike path, dining options, entertainment and shopping. 

One Canal Street Roof

Select apartments have balconies and the interiors are complete with luxury finishes such as, stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets and open floor plans. 

The North End is one of Boston's most unique neighborhoods and this new development offers the perfect opportunity to rent your new home!


Boston's Most Popular Rental Neighborhoods

May is a popular month for apartment hunting, especially those looking to move in on September 1st.

Data that has been compiled from popular search inquiries shows the top 10 most popular neighborhoods where people are looking to rent from this May, according to Boston Magazine

The neighborhoods that top the list are typically very popular with students and pricier areas such as the North End are towards the bottom. 

The full list is:

1. Fenway, Kenmore, Audubon Circle, Longwood

2. Mission Hill

3. Allston, Brighton

4. Back Bay

5. Roxbury

6. East Boston

7. Cambridge

8. D Street, West Broadway

9. South End

10. North End

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Unsurprisingly, one bedroom apartments are most popular with renters, while two bedroom units aren't too far behind. The median price from a one bedroom is around $2,000. 

If you're still looking don't worry, contact us today to find your new home, leasing@advisorsliving.com!

Boston Faneuil Hall goes NYC

So with the makeover of Faneuil Hall in the works, who’s better to hire than Daniel A. Biederman, whose New York consulting firm revitalized Bryant Park in Manhattan. Mister Biederman’s role in Bryant Park’s success story mainly pertains to the attention of detail he paid to the sector of public realm within the project. So we can rest assure the same attention will be made to Faneuil Hall, which will make it a visitor controlled area that ironically lends a free spirited synergy throughout the marketplace.

From Curbed:

“One problem now is that the outdoor seating is ‘a little bit uncomfortable and is not ideal to retain families or even pairs of people,’ Mr. Biederman said. In contrast, Bryant Park offers 5,800 movable chairs, giving visitors control over where they sit.”

Apartments Remaining for Lease at The Victor Boston

The Victor is a luxury building in the North End that offers a huge range of amenities, from an indoor basketball court to an entertaining lounge.  After about 6 months on the market, almost 80% of it’s 286 units have been leased.  So if you’re looking in the North End, take a peak at the Victor before the remaining apartments are gone!

The breakdown, according to Curbed Boston, are the following:

“As of Thursday, there were 65 units still up for grabs. These break down thus:?· Nine studios renting for between $2,640 and $3,390.?· Thirty-eight 1-BRs renting for between $3,125 and $4,325.?· Eighteen 2-BRs renting for between $3,740 and $5,285.”