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Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA
Customer Rating:
September to October 2010
Criteria: convenient to mass transit and neighborhood amenities. Off-street parking included.
Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA
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January to May 2011
Criteria: Proximity to Harvard U
Restaurants Suggested: Leaegal Seafoods
Shopping Suggested: Galleria
Sightseeing Suggested: Cinema
Outdoor Activities: Icesaketing ring
Particular Liked Area: Proximity to T
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Boston, Massachusetts locations:
  • Allston
  • Andover
  • Back Bay
  • Bay Village
  • Beacon Hill
  • Bedford
  • Beverly
  • Boston Commons
  • Brighton
  • Brookline
  • Cambridge
  • Charlestown
  • Chelsea
  • Chinatown/Leather District
  • Dedham
  • Dorchester
  • Downtown
  • East Boston
  • Fall River
  • Fenway Park - Kenmore
  • Fitchburg
  • Gloucester
  • Hyde Park
  • Jamaica Plain
  • Lexington
  • Longwood Medical
  • Marblehead
  • Mattapan
  • Mission Hill
  • New Bedford
  • Newburyport
  • Newton
  • North End
  • North Shore
  • Norwood
  • Plymouth
  • Rockport
  • Roslindale
  • Roxbury
  • Salem
  • Sharon
  • South Boston
  • South End
  • South Shore
  • Waltham
  • Watertown
  • West End
  • Woburn
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From Boston, Massachusetts and points in between, Interim Housing Solutions will undoubtedly find you temporary housing locations you may not have encountered on your own. But please be sure to provide us with as specific a location where you need to be. This will help bring you precise options that best meet your temporary housing needs.

Please be sure to put at least the beginning rate on your housing info form to begin receiving options for Boston, Massachusetts and also be sure to check our amenities page to get an idea of what is typically included (note: this can vary with each company so be sure to get an itemized listing with each offer).

If you don't see a particular city in the drop down menu, don't panic! Please feel free to call us or select the closest city from the drop down menu. Even though we use the latest technology to bring you temporary housing locations in Boston, Massachusetts based on your specific request, the team at Interim Housing Solutions first reviews your information before we submit the request to our database of furnished rental companies. If we have a question, we'll contact you. If you provide us with additional information either in the comment section or under desired area, we'll make sure to convey your concerns directly to each company so you may begin to receive offers for corporate apartments from an array of temporary housing providers.

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Furnished Apartment in Boston

Our goal is to make your search for a furnished apartment in Boston as quick, easy and efficient as possible. View our testimonial section to see how many clients have been satisfied, recommend us to friends and family and come back to us again and again.

Your furnished apartment in Boston will offer you all the amenities with fully stocked kitchens (except the groceries), high speed internet, cable service, linens, etc. in a location that you have requested.

Our housing providers offer you market value. Their prices of furnished apartments in Boston are competitive because they know they are competing with all the companies to whom we have sent your request. Best of all, our service is free to you. Our fee is paid by the company only if you select their option.


Boston is surrounded by the "Greater Boston" region and bordered by the cities and towns of Winthrop, Revere, Chelsea, Everett, Somerville, Cambridge, Watertown, Newton, Brookline, Needham, Dedham, Canton, Milton and Quincy.

The downtown area and immediate surroundings consist mostly of low-rise brick or stone buildings, with many older buildings in the Federal style. Several of these buildings mix in with modern high-rises, notably in the Financial District, Government Center, the South Boston waterfront, and Back Bay, which includes many prominent landmarks such as the Boston Public Library, Christian Science Center, Copley Square, Newbury Street, and New England's two tallest buildings: the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Center.

The Charles River separates Boston proper from Cambridge, Watertown and the neighborhood of Charlestown. To the east lies Boston Harbor and the Boston Harbor National Recreation Area. The Neponset River forms the boundary between Boston's southern neighborhoods and the cities of Quincy and Milton. The Mystic River separates Charlestown from Chelsea and Everett, while Chelsea Creek and Boston separate East Boston from Boston proper.

Clearly when you decide to take a furnished apartment in Boston you need to specify an area that is most convenient for you. Interim Housing Solutions provides a housing request on our website which allows you to select the neighborhood best suited to your needs. You can provide a zip code or address to which you want proximity and once you have submitted your request to us, we will forward it to our multiple housing provider companies in the area. These companies are both regional and nationwide. Their inventory allows them to focus on the area you request and to provide you with options within that area.

Online you will receive options for furnished apartments in Boston from many companies who have received your request from us. They will send you floor plans, pictures and descriptions of available units. They offer furnished studio apartments as well as one, two and three bedroom units in high rises, townhouses and garden apartments. Contact us today to get the best options in furnished apartments in Boston.

So what are you waiting for? Give us a call or fill out our online housing request form and let us help you find the perfect executive housing in Boston. We want your experience in your Boston corporate housing to be a positive one. That way you will tell your friends, co-workers and family about Interim Housing Solutions - The Corporate Housing Locators

Executive Apartments in Boston

Find executive apartments in Boston and begin down the path of history to a time when colonists sparked a revolution and the nation fought for independence. But Boston is also a trendy urban enclave, home to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and other top-rated museums and universities (which you must check out with college-bound teens in between strolling the Boston Common and trendy Newbury Street), as well as the World Series champs, the Red Sox..

For 2.5 miles, starting at the Boston Common, the Freedom Trail winds through the city, directing walkers to 16 historic sites and structures. With most kids, a little history goes a long way. For some of the most interesting stops, begin at Faneuil Hall and follow the path to Paul Revere's house and the Old North Church. The park service offers 90 minute guided tours.

Once you move into one of the executive apartments in Boston, visit Faneuil Hall, the 18th century meeting site for young revolutionaries. It is located adjacent to Faneuil Hall Marketplace, a great place to grab cheap snacks from the more than 35 Colannade eateries. Find a bench outside and enjoy the jugglers, guitarists, and other street performers. The Boston Tea Party ship and museum has been expanded and offers a new version of the Brig Beaver, replicas of tall ships the Dartmouth and the Eleanor are moored dockside.

Boston's top rated museums also intrigue kids with more modern, animated distractions. At the New England Aquarium, barracudas, eels, sharks, and hundreds of rainbow-colored fish swim in the 200,000 gallon Caribbean coral reef tank.

The fun starts outdoors at the Museum of Science where kids jump, swing and spin to learn Newton's laws of physics. Inside is the Theater of Electricity where a generator produces bolts of lightening.

Some executive apartments in Boston are close to the waterfront facility of the Institute of Contemporary Art with cantilevered galleries over the harbor and many thought provoking pieces inside.

Across the Charles River in Cambridge, there is the MIT Museum, a showcase for the latest inventions by MIT grads. Then stroll through Harvard Square and MIT's Kendall Square where in spring and summer there are impromptu jazz, classical and rock music ensembles to enjoy.

Visit our website, fill out the housing request, and in very short order, you will be receiving online many options for executive apartments in Boston.

Once you have submitted your housing request, we forward it to the regional and national companies that provide executive apartments in Boston. They will contact you and send you pictures, floor plans and descriptions of the executive apartments that are available during the time period you have indicated for your visit. Of course, you can also call us on our toll-free number (866-279-4471) and we will fill out the housing request form with you and get the process started immediately.

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Fast Facts - Boston

Learn a little bit more about Boston with these fast facts below. With some background information, you'll be able to have a good idea of what your corporate housing in Boston will offer.

Population: 589,141 (metro area 5.8 million)
Average Temperatures:January - 39 degrees; July - 82 degrees
Average Travel Time to Work: 28.8 minutes
Major Industries:Education, biotechnology, computer hardware and software, financial services
Boston City Government: (includes resident, business and visitor information)
Major Newspapers:Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Boston Business Journal

Read on for more information about Boston attractions, dining and everyday living! You'll find almost everything you need to know to settle in to your Boston corporate housing. Interim Housing Solutions can point you in the right direction to finding your place in Boston.

Boston Neighborhoods

In Boston, Interim Housing Solutions works with companies that provide furnished apartments in Boston and its surrounding areas. Whether you are looking for a furnished apartment in the Boston or in one of the many surrounding towns, Interim Housing Solutions can help you to find exactly what you are looking for.

Boston furnished apartments are available in most of the city's neighborhoods. From condos in Downtown Boston to stadium-view apartments in Fenway Park, Interim Housing Solutions can find the perfect housing for year for you! Towns and neighborhoods in the Boston area include:

  • Allston: This Boston neighborhood is home to many young adults and new families. It's well known for its discount stores and unique shops. Furnished apartment residents in this Boston neighborhood will be right in the thick of things during your stay in Allston.

  • Brighton: A largely residential neighborhood, this community is quieter than Allston, located just next door. Here you'll find local businesses, as well as all the neighborhood essentials (bank, pharmacy, etc).

  • Brookline: Located in Norfolk County, Brookline features a mix of urban and suburban living and is home to many academic and scientific professionals. Furnished apartments residents in the Boston suburb can enjoy upscale shops and recreational parks.

  • Chelsea: This Suffolk County city lies directly across from Boston separated by the Mystic River. Located only two miles from Boston, furnished apartments here provide easy access to the city.

  • Dedham: Located on Boston's border 12 miles to the south, Dedham has a diverse population, top-quality schools and several recreational facilities.

  • Downtown: The heart of the city, furnished apartments in Downtown Boston put you in the center of everything. Here you'll find major corporations, plenty of shopping and delicious restaurants.

  • Fenway Park: This area is densely populated with Bostonians, but also makes room for plenty of green space. In this neighborhood, there are many bars and clubs and of course, Fenway Park and the Green Monster!

  • Kenmore: This neighborhood is close to Fenway Park and has much of the same active nightlife as Fenway. Boston furnished apartments here put you in a nicely mixed community of college students, and professionals both young and old.

  • Lexington: An affluent community north of Boston, furnished apartments in Lexington put you in a very cultural and nature-friendly environment. The city is rich in history and welcomes residents to take an active role in the community.

  • Newton: In Middlesex County, Newton is home to Boston College and is often considered a bedroom community for those who commute to Boston. The city is also known for its excellent public services and public schools.

  • North Shore: Located along Massachusetts Bay, North Shore is home to many historic communities, such as Beverly, Danvers, Peabody and Salem. With sandy beaches and several fishing ports, this area attracts many tourists.

  • South End: This upscale neighborhood boasts Victorian row homes, distinct art galleries and contemporary restaurants. Furnished apartments in this Boston neighborhood are in a very diverse community with families, young professionals and thriving artists.

  • Waltham: A western suburb of Boston, furnished apartments in Waltham offer you plenty of opportunities for living, education, work and play.

There are many other neighborhoods within Boston and in its surrounding suburbs that may be of interest to you while in your corporate housing. Be sure to grab a map of the area so that you will be able to get around from place to place in Boston and its suburbs.

Getting Around

Boston is a great city - so head out and enjoy it! Temporary housing residents in Boston have many options when it comes to transportation. They can use the city's public transportation system, drive or even fly to get around while in their Boston temporary housing.

Public Transportation

The city of Boston has a very well established mass transit system and has served the area for over 100 years! Generally known as the "T," the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority operates a rapid transit system reaching well into the north, south and west suburbs of Boston. The system comprises both rail lines and buses, making it easy for Boston temporary housing residents to get around. The "T" website contains useful information for temporary housing residents, such as maps, schedules, fares and helpful riding tips.

Other options in mass transit include Amtrak trains, which run out of North, South, Back Bay and Route 128 Stations. These trains continue west to Chicago and south towards Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Greyhound buses also run from several Boston locations to destinations across the country.


Driving around the city can be a bit confusing for Boston's temporary housing residents, so take note of the following information to help you get around town! Boston's roads do not follow a street grid system and there are many rotaries/circles throughout city, so it may take a while to learn the in's and the out's of Boston.

When you are driving in the greater Boston area, there are a few major highways that you will most likely travel on. These include:

  • I-90: Known as Mass. Pike, this road begins in Boston and runs westward.
  • I-93: The Southeast Expressway begins in New Hampshire and travels south towards Boston where it meets with US 1.
  • I-95/Rt.128: This highway forms a beltway around Boston and continues on both north and south of the city as I-95.
  • US 1: This north/south connector runs through Boston, at times joining with I-93.
  • Central Artery: A portion of highway where US 1 and I-93 connect in downtown Boston, usually burdened with heavy traffic.

If you plan on renting a car during your stay in temporary housing, Boston has many options for you. Rental car agencies carry everything from sedans to SUVs, so whatever your preference, you can drive around town in your choice of vehicle.


During your stay in Boston, you may need to call on a taxicab at one point or another. Whether you need to get to a business lunch or just need a quick lift back to your Boston temporary housing, there are many taxicabs to serve you. The six taxicab associations located in Boston include:

  • Boston Cab - 536-5010
  • Checker Cab - 536-7000
  • City Cab - 536-5100
  • IOTA - 825-4000
  • Metro Cab - 782-5500
  • Town Taxi - 536-500


Looking to ride around Boston in style? Perhaps you need to impress an important client or simply want to take your spouse on a romantic tour of Boston. If you need a limousine during your stay in temporary housing in Boston, there are several places you can turn to, such as Adams Coach, Easton Limousines and Limousine Eighteen, among others. From limo vans to classic cars, you can find exactly what you need.


Boston has several airports in its vicinity - key for temporary housing residents in Boston who may travel for business or for those who are expecting guests while in their temporary housing. Logan International Airport, located in East Boston, is the main airport used by Boston residents. It transports over 25 million passengers each year and operates 39 airlines.

Boston's temporary housing residents can also opt to fly out of other regional airports, such as Hanscom Field Airport, Worchester Airport, Manchester Airport or T.F. Green Airport. These airports typically serve as secondary airports to those living in Boston.

Fun in The City

At Interim Housing Solutions, we want to help you find not only a serviced apartment in Boston, but a serviced apartment that fits your lifestyle. Whether you prefer to catch a game at Fenway Park or catch the Boston Pops, you'll have plenty to do during your stay in our Boston serviced apartments. With so many things to do in Boston, serviced apartment residents will never have a dull moment!

Outdoor Activities

When you first arrive in your Boston serviced apartment, you may want to learn a little bit about the city's history and brush up on your knowledge of the American Revolution. Several historic sites and parks are still maintained in Boston, including the Boston National Historic Park, the Freedom Trail and the Boston Harbor. Each of these sites played an important part in America's history, in particular during the American Revolution. Known as the "Walking City," you'll definitely get your fair share of walking in while you're exploring the city.

Since Boston is located on a harbor, water-related activities are popular among city residents. Boston serviced apartment residents can go deep sea fishing, whale watching or simply cruise around the Harbor. The Harbor is one of the most popular places in Boston, with trails, islands and rocky shores. While the beaches aren't the best for swimming, you can certainly take a stroll along the gorgeous Boston coastline, such as Revere Beach or Nantasket Beach.

For land-lovers, there are plenty of other outdoor activities to pursue during your stay in Boston's serviced apartments. Golfers can check out several public golf courses, such as the George Wright Golf Course and Trull Brook Golf Course, where you can play a round or two. And if you prefer hiking or biking, Boston also has many trails and routes to take you in and around the city. The Boston Department of Conservation and Recreation also oversees many parks and outdoor areas in the city.

The Arts

Boston is full of cultural events, sure to keep you busy during your stay in Boston's serviced apartments. Throughout history, Boston has proved itself as a city with great music and acting, and the tradition continues today. So if you appreciate the arts, you've picked your corporate housing in the right place.

If theater is your preference, you will also find many venues near our Boston serviced apartments. Local and national groups perform throughout Boston with everything from one-man acts to off-Broadway musicals. The theater district includes playhouses such as the Colonial Theatre, the Opera House, the Wang Center and the Wilbur Theatre. Other theater companies to check out include the local Huntington Theatre Company and the American Repertory Theatre.

For more musical folk, Boston serviced apartments put you close to several world-renowned groups, such as the Boston Pops, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Lyric Opera Company and the Handel and Haydn Society. You can also catch music from around the world through World Music, a non-profit group which presents concerts throughout the Boston area.

Boston also played a big role in the popularity of another type of music - punk rock. Multiple punk rock groups got their start in Boston, including The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, the Allstonians and the Dropkick Murphys. The city also welcomes punk rock groups, as well as other genres of music to its stages to perform throughout the year. Popular venues include the Paradise Rock Club, Avalon-MA, Agganis Arena and TD Banknorth Garden. Check out the upcoming concerts and have some fun during your stay in your Boston serviced apartment.

Sports Teams

Sports fans get ready! Boston is home to several professional sports teams, all strongly supported throughout the Boston area. In your Boston serviced apartment, you can catch a baseball, basketball, football or hockey game. The city's teams consist of the following:

  • Boston Red Sox: This baseball dynasty plays in Fenway Park, home of the Green Monster. With a long history and a fierce competition with the New York Yankees, this team always puts on a great game.
  • Boston Celtics: For over five decades, the Celtics have been Boston's basketball team and today plays in the TD Banknorth Garden.
  • New England Patriots: This Super Bowl Championship team is the home team of all New England. The team plays 45 minutes south of Boston in Gillette Stadium.
  • Boston Bruins: Since 1924 Boston's hockey team has entertained fans in the city. Now the team plays in the TD Banknorth Garden.
  • New England Revolution: Since 1995, this Major League Soccer team has kicked the ball around in Gillette Stadium.

Boston serviced apartment residents can also take in other sports action while in the city. Boston usually welcomes the PGA Tour for a tournament during the year; the LPGA tour also typically makes a stop in the city. Additionally, Boston hosts the Boston Marathon and the Head of the Charles Regatta. And to take a walk through Boston sports history, Boston serviced apartment residents can visit the Sports Museum of New England.

Boston Activities

You'll most likely want to explore the area surrounding your Boston short term housing to find your best bets in dining, shopping and other activities. Read on to learn more about what the short term housing in Boston has to offer!


When you think Boston you probably think seafood - and rightly so! The city is known for its great fish - everything from lobsters, oysters, clams, shrimp and more! During your time in your Boston short term housing, be sure to have one meal (or more) of the area's seafood. You'll surely enjoy the rich taste from the Boston Harbor. Although you'll find seafood on almost every restaurant menu, some local favorites include Legal Sea Foods, Ye Old Oyster House and East Coast Grill and Raw Bar.

But seafood isn't Boston's only specialty. Top chefs have flocked to the city and have opened restaurants to satisfy the tastes of Boston residents. The city has everything from Mediterranean to French to South American. Boston short term housing residents can enjoy a meal on the Harbor or in downtown Boston - the choices are endless. Top picks include L'Espalier, Dali and Mamma Maria.


If you're looking for a good time, you won't be let down by Boston's nightlife. Boston short term housing residents can enjoy everything from bars to bowling alleys, where you're sure to find a great time.

Boston's bars may not be exact Cheers' replicas, but many have a similar feel. These watering holes tend to be loud places where locals gather. Shop around a few of these bars to find the one that feels most like home to you. Then grab a drink and get ready to mingle with the locals! Favorites include Boston Beer Works, Green Street Grill and Grendel's Den.

If you prefer the club scene, there are several clubs with live music and hopping beats, mostly located on Lansdowne Street or Boylston Place. Many dance clubs have dress codes, so it may be best to call ahead to make sure you are dressed appropriately. Popular choices include Axis, Aria or the Lizard Lounge, so check them out while in your Boston short term housing.

An alternative Boston nighttime activity is bowling! Boston short term housing residents can bowl it up at several alleys around town, such as Kings, Sacco's Bowl Haven and Lucky Strike Lanes. Many bowling alleys have a sophisticated atmosphere, perfect for a fun night on the town.

To check out what's going on every week, check out the Boston Herald's "Edge" section or the Boston Globe's "Calendar" section. You can also pick up a few of the city's weekly papers, like the Boston Phoenix, Stuff@Night and Improper Bostonian while in your Boston short term housing.


Looking to do some shopping while in your Boston short term housing? Whether you're looking for rare antiques or the latest fashions, you'll find a great mix of shops in Boston and the surrounding areas. The city has several shopping districts, listed below:

  • Back Bay: This area has a wide array of boutiques, galleries, as well as other trendy shops. Check out Copley Place, the Shops at the Prudential Center and the shops on Newbury Street for some of the best finds.
  • Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Located downtown, this shopping district has over 100 stores. Shops range from national chains to one-of-a-kind New England crafts.
  • Charles Street: In Beacon Hill, this area has quaint antique and craft shops. From porcelain to paintings and books, you can find it all on Charles Street.
  • Downtown Crossing: Near Boston Common, Downtown Crossing is largely a pedestrian mall. This district has big name departments stores (Macy's, Filene's Basement) as well as open air stores.
  • Harvard Square: Located in neighboring Cambridge, this area is known for its book shops and record stores. Stop by to check out the Square's over 400 stores.

Our short term housing in Boston will put you close to shops galore, so get ready to experience Boston shopping while in your furnished rental - you're going to love it!

Corporate Apartments Boston

Before you move into your Boston corporate apartment, it's a good idea to learn a little bit of general information about the area in which you'll live. From hospitals to schools to local places of worship, you'll want to know what is close to your corporate apartment in Boston. And luckily our Boston corporate apartments put you close to it all!


If an emergency were to occur, necessitating a hospital visit, you would be in good hands during your stay your Boston corporate apartment. Our corporate apartments in Boston put you close to several of the nation's top hospitals and emergency centers. Some of these hospitals include:

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Boston Medical Center
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital
  • Brockton Hospital
  • Children' Hospital of Boston
  • Faulkner Hospital
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • New England Medical Center
  • St. Elizabeth's Medical Center of Boston

Other medical and urgent care facilities are spread throughout the city and may be more convenient to your corporate apartment in Boston. It's best to check with your provider of your furnished rental for the most convenient medical center.


If children are accompanying you to your Boston corporate apartment, they will most likely be anxious to know where they'll be headed to school! Boston Public Schools is the oldest school system in the United States and continues to offer high standards in education. The school system educates nearly 60,000 students in 145 schools. If you are in the suburbs of Boston, your children might attend other schools, such as Chelsea Public Schools, Newton Public Schools or Waltham Public Schools.

There are also many private, parochial and charter schools located nearby our Boston corporate apartments. Some of these schools include Beaver Country Day School, Buckingham Browne and Nichols School, Lawrence Academy, Middlesex School, The Waldorf School and many more. By doing some research, you'll be able to find which school is best for your child.

Boston is sometimes referred to as the "Athens of America" for its great number of schools and emphasis on research. If you or your children would like to enroll in a college or university, there are plenty to choose from while in your Boston corporate apartment. Some of the colleges include:

  • Boston College
  • Boston University
  • Brandeis University
  • Emerson College
  • Harvard University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Northeastern University
  • Tufts University
  • Wentworth Institute of Technology
  • Wellesley College

There are plenty of other colleges as well, so if you want to get an education while in our corporate apartments in Boston, look into your options for area universities.

Places of Worship

Boston has strong roots when it comes to religion. While the city is known for its strong contingent of Catholics there are many other religions that are practiced in Boston. Whether you practice Judaism, Unitarianism, Episcopalian or just about any other faith, you can find others that practice your faith nearby your Boston corporate apartment. Ask your furnished rental provider for recommendations of places of worship near your housing.

Once you have the basics down, its time to have fun and explore the city. Our Boston corporate apartments put you close to many museums, concerts and outdoor activities, so take some time and get to know your new home and all it has to offer.

Relocation Information

Getting ready to move in to your Boston furnished rental? Moving can be a hectic time, but with a little planning, the process can be much easier. Read on for helpful information in planning your move to any of the furnished rentals in Boston. You'll find moving to be a great deal easier with the help of Interim Housing Solutions.

Movers and Storage

While our furnished rentals in Boston provide you with all the amenities you'll need during your stay, it is sometimes nice to bring some items from home to your temporary housing. If you do decide to bring some of your belongings, you might need the help of a moving company. Check out the following companies to help you in your move:

  • Atlas
  • Allied Van Lines
  • Bekins
  • North American Van Lines
  • United Van Lines

And if your furnished rental in Boston is just a temporary stop on your way to a new home in Boston, you may need to store items from your old house while in our Boston furnished rentals. Local storage companies can provide you with enough space to store items from spaces of any size - from a studio apartment to a five-bedroom singled family home. You can start checking out storage companies from the list below:

  • Extra Space Storage
  • New England Mobile Storage
  • Public Storage
  • Safeguard Self Storage
  • Storage Plus

Before you start packing, start planning so you can make your move to your furnished rental in Boston as seamless as possible. Then when you arrive, there will be no stress and you'll be ready to have fun and explore Boston!

Traveling with the Spot, Fluffy or Tweety?

Can't fathom moving without your beloved dog, cat or bird? We understand. Pets are part of the family and it's difficult to be away from them over long periods of time. But during your stay in your furnished rental in Boston, you don't have to be away from your pets! Interim Housing Solutions has a number of companies in our network of Boston furnished rentals that welcome your pets. Just let us know - we can help you find a serviced apartment near a park or trail, so that you and your pet can enjoy the outdoors. Many furnished rental companies in Boston can also refer local pet-sitting services.

Real Estate Agencies

Maybe you are moving to be close to family or perhaps you got a great job offer in Boston. If you plan on searching for a permanent home while in our Boston furnished rentals, you will have no problem getting the help you need to find the home of your dreams.

Whether you prefer a condo in Fenway close to the fun and excitement or a neighborhood with a more family feel, like Brighton, local real estate agents can help you in your search. There are many agencies around the city and plenty of agents who can find houses that fit your needs.


Once you move in to your new home, you'll need to get it up and running with electricity, water, gas, etc. Electricity in Boston is run by Cambridge Electric Light Company, while gas is provided by Keyspan. And to get your water running, call the Boston Water Department. For more information, you can visit the city website for Boston.

Case Studies for Boston,Massachusetts
Customer Requirement:

Furnished Apartment Required: Studio or one bedroom corporate apartment
Preferred Location: Within walking or commuting distance to the University of Southern California.
City, State: Los Angeles, CA
Dates: 11/23/08 for three to five months


A professor from Melbourne is going to teach a course at the University of Southern California and wants to be close to the campus in a furnished apartment for three to five months. IHS submitted his request to our database of companies and within 24 hours he had six temporary housing options.

The professor moved in to a furnished one bedroom apartment within walking distance to the campus and stayed five months.

Customer Requirement:

Furnished Apartment Required: One Bedroom, one bath
Preferred Location: Downtown LA
City, State: Los Angeles
Dates: 2/13/10, month to month


The office manager of a major law firm was looking to place one of it’s attorney’s in downtown LA for a few months while they were on assignment. They had used Interim Housing Solutions successfully in the past and reached out to us once again. Our search yielded several offers and a location was chosen that met their needs downtown.

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