Search by Neighborhoods and Schools Search by Town / Neighborhood Berklee Apartments Cambridge Apartments Fenway Apartments Kenmore Apartments Mission Hill Apartments Newton Apartments Somerville Apartments Student Apartments Boston Berklee College Apartments Emerson College Apartments Harvard University Apartments Lesley University Apartments MA College of Pharmacy Apartments MassArt Apartments MIT Apartments New England Conservatory Apartments Northeastern University Apartments Simmons College Apartments Suffolk University Apartments Tufts University Apartments UMASS Apartments Wentworth Institute Apartments If you have started the search for your next Boston apartment, the search can be daunting. Each neighborhood has its own characteristics that make them unique and Warren Rentals can help offer some insight. Understanding your options and looking into a location’s background will make it easier for both you and your Warren Rentals agent in finding your new home. On the left is a list of neighborhoods that contain more specific information.You can see current active listings in each neighborhood to see where you think you will fit in best, whether it be in an apartment rental, or in a Boston luxury building. If you are a student looking for a new apartment for next year, or are a freshman who is new to Boston, check out the following Student Guide for some popular Boston universities and corresponding recommended neighborhoods to live in! Berklee College Apartments Berklee College is located right in the heart of Boston, just off the Green Line MBTA Stop, "Hynes Convention Center". The school's location is right off of Boston's lively Boylston Street, with tons of shopping, bars and restaurants. Many Berklee students live in the Fenway area, or commute from other stops on the Green Line. Boston College Apartments Most BC students elect to live on campus, but many seniors choose off-campus living for their final year. If you are looking for housing, consider Allston apartments or Brookline apartments Boston University Apartments Most BU students live in Allston MA apartments and Brighton. It’s very accessible to the MBTA’s Green Line, and a safe area to live in. You also may consider Brookline, as it is within walking distance of campus. Emerson College Apartments Emerson College is right on Boston Common, so sometimes off-campus housing can be tough to find. Many students tend to live in Fenway apartments or in the Back bay, and some chose to commute from farther locations located on the MBTA train or bus lines. Harvard University Apartments Depending on the location of your University, you have several options. Harvard's main campus is in central Cambridge. Harvard Business School are a short walk across the Charles River in Allston, and the medical, dental, and public health schools are all located in the Longwood area. The campus is easily accessible by MBTA as well. MA College of Pharmacy Apartments The MA College of Pharmacy's Boston campus is accessible via the MBTA bus lines and is closest to the Longwood train stop on the Green Line. The best apartments for MCPHS students are located in Brookline, Fenway, Longwood, and Mission Hill areas. MassArt Apartments MassArt is right next to the Museum of Fine Arts, and Northeastern University on Huntington Avenue. MassArt is accessible via the MBTA bus lines and is closest to the Longwood train stop on the Green Line. Warren Rentals recommends Fenway apartments, 3-beds in closeby Mission Hill, or renting out Brookline homes with some roommates. MIT Apartments MIT is near Kendall Square, which is in Cambridge. MIT students also look one stop away on the red line at Central Square, which has more residential apartments but has plenty of bars and restaurants available on Mass Ave. New England Conservatory Apartments The school is accessible via the Massachusetts Avenue stop on the MBTA Orange Line train and the Symphony stop on the Green Line. NE Conservatory students often seek a Fenway apartment. Allston apartments or Brighton rentals are also a good housing options for NEC students, and those neighborhoods often have more parking spaces and are a bit further from campus. Simmons College Apartments The five-building academic campus is located in Back Bay, and is easily accessible via the MBTA Green Line ‘Longwood Medical Area’ stop on the ‘E’ Line. Fenway apartments are among the most popular for Simmons students, but Simmons students should also consider Longwood and Coolidge Corner. Suffolk University Apartments A Beacon Hill apartment or condo for rent may seem like the obvious choice for Suffolk students, but Beacon Hill is one of the most expensive locations to live in Boston! Students may want to consider renting in Back Bay, Chinatown, or even East Boston. Accessing the central campus location is easy via the Red, Green, Blue, or Orange Lines of the MBTA train system. Tufts University Apartments Tufts' main campus is in Medford, just 5 miles outside of Boston, with parts of the lower campus in Somerville. Davis Square or Porter Square, both accessible via the MBTA Red Line, are both popular choices for Tufts students in their apartment search. The Biomedical Sciences, Dental Medicine, Friedman School of Nutrition, and Schools of Medicine are all in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood, adjacent to Tufts Medical Center. Students can easily access these buildings via the MBTA Orange Line ‘Tufts Medical Center’ stop. Apartments around Sullivan Square, Chinatown, or Back Bay are convenient for Tufts School of Medicine students.