RentHop has shared their annual Boston T Rent Map, which focuses on MBTA subway stations. They have created an interactive version of this map that lets you select individual T stops to show median rents for 1 bedrooms nearby.
Obviously, the downtown neighborhoods are most expensive with most stops in downtown featuring rents in the $3,000 range for a one-bedroom unit, but as you move out of the city center rents drop. Below are some examples noted for each line as uncovered by RentHop.
- $1,247 btwn Aquarium ($3,397) and Maverick ($2,150) – Blue Line
- $1,100 btwn Back Bay ($3,600) and Mass Ave ($2,500) – Orange Line
- $900 btwn Broadway ($3,300) and Andrew ($2,400) – Orange Line
- $649 btwn Kendall/MIT ($3,149) and Central ($2,500) – Red Line
- $600 btwn Copley ($3,100) and Hynes ($2,500) – Green Line