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Apartments for rent in Harvard University, MA

20 Middlesex Circle, Waltham, Massachusetts 02452
From $2015
Studio$2015–$2420 2 units available now
3 BedsFrom$2825 3 units available now
Updated 23 hours ago
(781) 268-3043

95 W. Squantum St., Quincy, Massachusetts 02171
Pet Friendly
From $1565
Studio$1565–$1860
1 BedFrom$1805
2 BedsFrom$2481
Updated 2 hours ago
Fresh
(617) 500-9531

One Langdon Steet, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
From $1950
StudioFrom$1970 5 units available now
3 BedsPlease Call
Updated 13 hours ago
Fresh
(508) 318-5002

808 Memorial, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
From $2050
Updated 1 day ago
(617) 500-9550

219 Western Ave, Allston, Massachusetts 02134
From $2395
Updated 17 hours ago
FreshFeatured
(617) 299-8717

91 Sidney Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
From $2556
StudioFrom$2556 2 units available now
1 BedPlease Call
2 BedsFrom$3547 2 units available now
3 BedsPlease Call
Updated 23 hours ago
(617) 934-0155

91 Sidney Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
From $3315
1 BedFrom$3315 1 unit available now
2 BedsPlease Call
Updated 3 days ago
Top Rated
(617) 418-4873

91 Sidney Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
From $3238
Updated 15 hours ago
Fresh
(617) 390-7409

91 Sidney Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
From $3107
2 BedsFrom$4202 1 unit available now
Updated 1 day ago
(617) 934-0455

40 Malvern St, Allston, Massachusetts 02134
$1246–$3050
1 Bed$1246–$2100
2 Beds$2500–$3050
Updated 1 week ago
(844) 266-2963

1079 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, Massachusetts 02215
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Updated 1 week ago
(844) 641-1630

75 Braintree St, Allston, Massachusetts 02134
$1955–$4495
Studio$1955–$2460 1 unit available now
1 Bed$1965–$3050 6 units available now
2 Beds$3190–$4385 9 units available now
3 Beds$4395–$4495 1 unit available now
Updated 1 day ago
(339) 499-7970

120 Rindge Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
From $4299
2 BedsPlease Call
(617) 440-3347

9 Medford Street, Somerville, Massachusetts 02143
$2700–$4536
Studio$2731–$3100
1 Bed$2700–$4536
2 Beds$3271–$4351
(844) 871-3620

9 Bronsdon St, Brighton, Massachusetts 02135
$2499–$10203
2 Beds$2499–$7272 3 units available now
3 Beds$3004–$10203 3 units available now
Updated 23 hours ago
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(617) 500-9509

157 6th St, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
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Updated 1 week ago
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(844) 857-0962

175 Freeman Street, Ste 104, Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
$2250–$4500
1 Bed$2250–$2700
2 Beds$2850–$3500
3 Beds$4000–$4500
(844) 247-1347

100 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
$2045–$4025
Studio$2045–$2270
1 Bed$2560–$2835 5 units available now
2 Beds$2890–$3570 4 units available now
3 Beds$3685–$4025
Updated 23 hours ago
(617) 500-9275

700 Huron Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
$2060–$4321
1 Bed$2060–$3084 7 units available now
2 Beds$2558–$3570 7 units available now
3 Beds$3117–$4321 3 units available now
Updated 9 hours ago
Fresh
(617) 500-9546

285 Third Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
From $3054
StudioFrom$3054
1 BedFrom$3098
2 BedsFrom$3746
3 BedsFrom$5678
Updated 15 hours ago
Fresh
(617) 500-9482
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Harvard University, MA

As perhaps the most well-known college in America, Harvard University's reputation speaks for itself. Established in 1636, it is also the oldest university and corporation in the country and boasts roughly 22,000 students studying various programs including law, medicine and business. Those looking to rent apartments in the Harvard University area are sure to be pleased by the many entertainment options the region has to offer.

Apartment renters in the Harvard University area don't have to go far to find something fun to do. In fact, Harvard is located right in famous Harvard Square (strange isn't it?). The shopping and restaurant options in the region are almost endless and cater to nearly every whim and style. Whether you enjoy a good burger, a big bowl of udon soup or vegetarian fare, you'll find dining options that range from the thrifty to the extravagant.

If you're thinking of renting a local apartment and want to check out the rest of the Harvard area, just hop on the Red Line (one branch of Boston's "T" subway system) at Harvard Station and pick a direction. Head to Alewife and visit the Porter and Davis Square area, a hip neighborhood replete with music, food and culture. Go the other way toward Braintree and head straight over the Charles River into Boston's downtown. No matter which choice they make, apartment renters in the Harvard area are sure to find something enjoyable to pass the time.

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