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Nicknamed the Heart of the Commonwealth, Worcester is situated right in the center of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Home to nine colleges and universities, Worcester is teeming with cultural and artistic amenities such as Worcester Art Museum, the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, the Palladium, and Mechanics Hall.

Worcester also offers much to delight any history buff, including the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester Historical Museum, Bancroft Tower, the Korean War Memorial, and the Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Nature lovers rejoice in the plentiful space for outdoor recreation at Elm Park, Green Hill Park, and Lake Quinsigamond State Park in addition to the interactive, ecological exhibits at EcoTarium. Shoppers savor the unique merchandise at Crompton Collective and That’s Entertainment in addition to the many strip malls strewn throughout Worcester.

Boston, Providence, and Hartford are all within a one-hour drive from Worcester, allowing for a variety weekend destinations. Convenient to the MBTA commuter rail and the Massachusetts Turnpike as well as Interstates 190, 290, and 395, Worcester affords residents easy commutes and travels.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Worcester, MA is $966 for a studio, $1,113 for one bedroom, $1,341 for two bedrooms, and $1,499 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Worcester has increased by 2.9% in the past year.

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Avg Sq Ft
Avg Rent
Studio
437
$966
1 BR
685
$1,113
2 BR
899
$1,341
3 BR
1,071
$1,499
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Avg Rent

Ratings

72 Walk Score® Very Walkable
42 Transit Score® Some Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Transportation

Worcester lies right off of I-90, the Massachusetts Turnpike, a toll road that connects the Berkshires with Boston. Route 9, a two-lane highway, also passes through Worcester and connects with downtown Boston. Many smaller routes connect Worcester with neighboring towns, making it easy to commute to work or go shopping in nearby cities. The Worcester Regional Transit Authority provides public transportation around Worcester and 36 other central Massachusetts communities using buses. The WRTA has a real-time app that allows riders to check schedules, service delays, and routes from their smartphones. Downtown Worcester's Union Station provides both local commuter rail transportation into Boston on the MBTA Worcester Line and interstate Amtrak train transit. Union Station is also a hub for buses and taxi service within Worcester.

Restaurants

There are many different ethnic dining options in Worcester. Shrewsbury Street is the city's restaurant row, where you'll find Japanese, Chinese, Italian, American, and Mediterranean eateries side by side. Families will enjoy easy access to kid-friendly chain restaurants, which line both sides of Route 9 through Worcester. Top picks include Bocado Tapas Wine Bar, Pomir Grill, an Afghan restaurant, Sole Proprietor Seafood & Spirits, which serves sushi and seafood, the American Shaker’s Cafe & Restaurant, Nuovo Italian restaurant, the steakhouse One Eleven Chop House, and the Mediterranean Le Mirage.

Worcester offers many cultural attractions of its own. The Mechanics Hall and the DCU Center bring many popular music acts through town. The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts and the theater departments of local colleges offer plays and musicals. The Worcester Art Museum and a growing collection of local art galleries offer exciting visual arts displays in the area.

Shopping

Worcester offers a blend of independent retailers and chain stores. The latter are found along Route 9 and in the Greendale Mall, and hold just about anything you would need. The Shoppes at Blackstone Valley, in neighboring Millbury, provide access to additional retail stores. Downtown, shopping is concentrated along Main Street, Green Street, and Park Avenue. You'll find a range of consignment and vintage shops, specialty shops, clothing stores, and entertainment shops.

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Low Income Housing Apartments for Rent in Worcester, MA

Many things in life are expensive, but finding a good place to live shouldn’t be one of them. Renting a subsidized or section 8 apartment is the best way to find affordable housing in Worcester. Searching for low income housing and no credit check apartments in Worcester, MA at Apartments.com is the first step toward finding a new home that you both love and can afford. Check out photos and find out information about neighborhoods, schools, nearby public transit, and more by clicking on any of these 6 Worcester income restricted apartments. Once you’ve found your next income based rental with the help of Apartments.com, the next step is to move in and make it your own.

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