Five ThreeBedroom Apartments for 2600 or Less per Month

first_img By Madeline Bilis· 000 Sign up for Boston Daily. News. Commentary. Every day.* Photo courtesy of ZumperApartment hunting in Boston is overwhelming for a whole slew of reasons—heavy competition, pricing, and spiraling out of control on Craigslist are just a few of them. So, for your convenience, we’re highlighting a few Zumper listings with one unique characteristic. This round, it’s places asking $2,600 or less per month—because who has more than $3,000 to drop on a rental, anyway?Below, peruse five three-bedroom apartments for rent in Boston for $2,600 or less per month.1. 3 Bartlett Street #2, CharlestownBedrooms: 3Baths: 1Rent: $2,600 per monthSteps from Charlestown’s Monument Square, this charming unit in a brick townhouse is almost too good to be true. It has original wood floors throughout, plenty of closet space, and a fenced-in patio area.2. Beacon St #G3, BrooklineBedrooms: 3Baths: 1Rent: $2,300 per monthThis Brookline apartment across from the St. Mary’s stop has a renovated kitchen and bathroom, plus spacious bedrooms with an abundance of windows.3. Hammond Street #2, CambridgeBedrooms: 3Baths: 1Rent: $2,400 per monthThis adorable apartment near Inman Square has in-unit laundry, not to mention two off-street parking spaces included in rent. One indoor cat is accepted, to boot.4. 111 Hyde Park Ave #108-1, Jamaica PlainBedrooms: 3Baths: 1Rent: $2,475 per monthSunny and freshly painted, this three-decker unit near Forest Hills Station boasts a beautifully renovated kitchen. There’s a back porch and bay windows, too.5. Beacon Street, BrooklineBedrooms: 3Baths: 1Rent: $2,600 per monthThe kitchen in this Beacon Street apartment comes with a good-sized pantry and a ventilation hood. One of its three bedrooms is a master bedroom, meaning one lucky roommate can enjoy tons of closet space.The Boston Home team has curated a list of the best home design and home remodeling professionals in Boston, including home accent décor, lighting experts, and more. Get the help you need with FindIt/Boston’s guide to home renovation pros. 9/27/2017, 10:48 a.m. center_img Print For Sale/Rent Five Three-Bedroom Apartments for $2,600 or Less per Month Including a unit in a brick townhouse in Charlestown. Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! last_img read more

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These New England Chefs Are 2019 James Beard Award Finalists

first_img 3/27/2019, 11:46 a.m. Chefs These New England Chefs Are 2019 James Beard Award Finalists Boston, Providence, and Portland are home to new nominees for the prestigious culinary awards. Devoted foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. Sign-up now for our twice weekly newsletter. Print 1322134center_img By Jacqueline Cain· Sign up for The Feed. The latest on the city’s restaurants scene.* Rob Tod photo provided by Allagash Brewing Company / Tiffani Faison photo by Ken Richardson for “Tiffani Faison Has Nothing to Apologize For” / Christopher Kimball photo by Adam DeTour for “Bow Ties, Recipes, and Lawsuits“The Tiger Mama herself, the creator of Allagash White, and Boston’s best-known, bow-tied cooking show host are all among this year’s most high-profile culinary award nominees. Over breakfast in Houston this morning, the James Beard Foundation live-tweeted the names of the 2019 finalists for its chef, restaurant, and food media awards. Among the New England locals are Best Chef: Northeast finalists from Boston, Somerville, and Rhode Island; nominees for outstanding restauranteur, baker, and beer producer; and cookbook producers.Tiffani Faison of Tiger Mama, Sweet Cheeks, and Fool’s Errand; Cassie Piuma of Sarma; and Tony Messina of Uni join Rhode Island chefs James Mark (North) and Benjamin Sukle (Oberlin) as Best Chef: Northeast contenders.The year that Allagash Brewing Co. blessed the world with cans of its flagship Belgian-style White beer, founder Rob Tod is up for the award for Outstanding Beer Producer.The second cookbook published by Christopher Kimball’s downtown Boston kitchen, Milk Street: Tuesday Nights, is up for general excellence among this year’s book awards. In the category for books on Health and Special Diets, Kimball’s alma mater, Seaport-based America’s Test Kitchen, is up for an award for The Complete Diabetes Cookbook.Another writer with local ties could win for Best Baking and Desserts book: Jarrelle Guy’s first book, Black Girl Baking: Wholesome Recipes Inspired by a Soulful Upbringing, is nominated. A Florida native, Guy graduated from RISD and the gastronomy masters program at Boston University; Salem’s Page Street Press published her award-nominated book.Though 2019 isn’t Outstanding Chef semifinalist Ana Sortun’s year to win, the Oleana, Sarma, and Sofra chef-owner is proud of Piuma, and her colleague, Maura Kilpatrick, for again earning an Outstanding Baker nomination this year.Ken Oringer of Boston’s Toro, Uni, and Coppa; Cambridge’s Little Donkey; and more spots around the world is up for Outstanding Restaurateur. Despite some exciting semifinalist contenders, New England ultimately has no nominees for Best New Restaurant nor Outstanding Restaurant this year. Another disappointment: Not hearing Irene Li’s name announced as a Rising Star Chef. The Mei Mei cofounder has been a semifinalist in that category since 2015, but has never won.The Media Awards take place Friday, April 26, in New York City. The annual James Beard Foundation Awards Gala honoring chefs and restaurants is Monday, May 6, at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. Check out the full list of nominees online.last_img read more

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