Location: Cambridge St., Boston (Allston)
Rent: $1775 / Month
Broker Fee: One Month
Available Date: 09/01/2017
Baths: 1 Features: 24 Hour Maintenance, Bright/ Natural Light, Dishwasher, Hardwood Floors, Laundry in Building, Near MBTA, Near Parks, Professional Management, Shopping Accessible, Wired for Cable, Wired for Internet, cats ok Experience modern splendor within a traditional Bostonian community in the newly renovated residences at Hamilton Union. Convenience begins with the location in the heart of Allston’s Union Square, surrounded by many shops, restaurants, and all the amenities of city living. MBTA Bus Routes 57, 64, 66 and 501 are all located within one block and the MBTA Green Line (B) is just five minutes away. Residents also enjoy quick and easy access to the Mass Pike, Storrow Drive, and Commonwealth Avenue as well as major area institutions including Boston University, Harvard Business School, Boston College, St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, and the New Balance World Headquarters. Please call, text or email me anytime. Happy to answer any questions! I offer free consultations & showings, and leverage and negotiate on your behalf. Let's take the hassle and stress out of securing an apartment, so you can LIVE PROPER! Visit & Like facebook.com/holmesforyourhomes - "Proper Holmes" for exclusive discounts & info! Chris Holmes
Proper Realty Group - Keller Williams Realty
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