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Boston, Massachusetts, 02118
1 BedroomUp to $2,900
2 BedroomsUp to $3,000
3 BedroomsUp to $4,200
Brighton, Massachusetts, 02135
2 Bedrooms$1,839 - $3,364
3 Bedrooms$2,159 - $4,780
Burlington, Massachusetts, 01803
1 Bedroom$1,600 - $2,000
2 Bedrooms$2,100 - $2,600
3 Bedrooms$2,600 - $2,950
Burlington, Massachusetts, 01803
Studio/1 Bedroom$985 - $1,200
2 Bedrooms$1,355 - $1,385
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Colonial New England
A Rich History- Settled in 1641, the town of Burlington wasn't officially incorporated until February 28, 1799. An agricultural town for most of its history, Burlington's industry was centered around the mills along Vine Brook from colonial times through the late 19th century. The majority of local merchants sold hops and rye to Boston, produced milk, cured hams, cultivated fruits and vegetables, or operated small shoe making shops.
The post-war economic boom and construction of Route 128 sparked a population increase in town, and from 1955-1965 Burlington was the fastest growing town in the state of Massachusetts. The population tripled and residential and commercial development flourished. Today, Burlington is a thriving suburban industrial town with a population of 23,000.
Job Opportunities in Burlington
Local Commerce- With the expansion of the Burlington Mall and Wayside Commons center and the array of new technological companies that have launched in Burlington, the town has seen an economic boom over the last 15 years. The town is well positioned in the state, at the intersection of major highways I-95 and US 3, and only 20 minutes from Boston, 30 minutes from New Hampshire, and one hour from the state of Rhode Island. The surplus of new commercial buildings along Cambridge Street has ushered in many new companies.
Some of Burlington's major employers include Rounder Records, Oracle Corporation, TD Bank, and many other large-name companies. Burlington's Lahey Clinic Medical Center also provides the community with ample employment opportunities.
Average Apartment Rent in Burlington, Massachusetts
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Burlington Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Burlington have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In December the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Burlington apartment cost $1,766. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Burlington apartment was $2,028 in December. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Burlington rentals listed below.
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What kinds of outdoor activities are either in or around Burlington?
Located in Eastern Burlington, Mill Pond Conservation Area is a sprawling 140 acres of rolling terrain where local residents can take advantage of the marked and unmarked hiking and biking trails. Mill Pond also features a rope swing on the island and fishing is available by permit. Another great hiking spot, the Burlington Landlocked Forest, is an expansive 270 acres of forest with 12 miles of trails, sprawling meadows, historic stonewalls, and abundant natural wildlife. Parks and recreational facilities abound in Burlington, with an array of sports arenas including basketball courts, tennis courts, baseball fields, soccer fields, and more.
Does Burlington have a downtown area where a lot of people walk around?
Wayside Commons in downtown Burlington is a shopping outlet center featuring an assortment of shops, bars, restaurants, spas, salons, and more. Shops include furniture stores, toy stores, gift shops, jewelry stores and clothing boutiques. Wayside Commons also features its own events including large sales and wine tastings. Visit Capital Grille, located within Wayside Commons, for their perfectly dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood, award-winning wine list, and tasty dessert selection. Or head to Coldstone Creamery for your own made-to-order custom ice cream concoction.
What do people do for fun in Burlington?
Located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Burlington is about 18 miles west of Boston. Home to the Burlington Mall and the Burlington Coat Factory, Burlington is very well known as a shopping destination. Walden Pond, a popular place for swimming in the summer as well as the site of Henry David Thoreau's cabin, is just down the road off 95. For skiing in winter, Wachusett Mountain is about an hour away.
What does everyone in Burlington do for fun in their spare time and on weekends?
With ample park and forest land in the vicinity, including Middlesex Turnpike Wellfields, Mary Cummings Park, Horn Pond Recreation Area, and Middlesex Fells Reservation, much of what is fun to do in Burlington involves hiking and biking. Also located close to the water, other outdoor activities in Burlington include swimming, boating, and fishing, and there are several golf courses in the area. For nighttime entertainment, Burlington is home to a few restaurants and bars, as well as a cineplex. For more options, Boston is only 20 minutes southeast of Burlington.
What do people in Burlington do as far as outdoor recreation?
While Burlington is a decent-sized city, there are many parks and forest in the area. In town, for example, residents can hike or stroll through Middlesex Turnpike Wellfields, Burlington Landlocked Forest, and Mary Cummings Park. Outside the city limits are many more options, the largest of which are Breakheart Reservation and Middlesex Fells Reservation. The latter is a popular place for mountain biking. Many of the trails in these parks also allow for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during the winter months. For downhill skiing, Wachusett Mountain is about an hour away from Burlington.