Corporate Housing in Boston: The Best Companies

by Paul Joseph  |  Published July 11, 2023

If you require corporate housing in Boston, there are several companies on hand to help you find the right short-term property for you and your needs.

A view across the water over the Boston cityscape (Photo: Aaron Gustafson via Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

For workers moving to a new city to start a new job, finding somewhere to live – especially if you’re arriving with a family – can be a stressful process. This is where corporate apartments come into their own. Taking away the urgency of finding a long-term place to live, corporate housing is designed to provide a temporary solution and give you some breathing space to consider your options – but without being stuck in a hotel. We’ve picked out three of the best companies for finding corporate housing in Boston.


Blueground provide fully-furnished apartments and studios with flexible leases for stays of 30 days or longer. Their listings include everything from studios to one and two-bed apartments. Stays of more than a month can lead to sizeable savings, as the longer your booking, the lower the nightly rate drops. During our search for Boston apartments, we found rates starting from $2,110 per month for a one-bedroom studio in the neighbourhood of Longwood in the city’s western suburbs. Overall, the company lists a significant choice of over 500 apartments in Boston, which can be found in and around some of the city’s most desirable districts. However, be aware that the rental price initially shown alongside listings doesn’t include utilities, insurance or other fees, which can add up to $800 a month or more. Booking is easy, and there’s also a 24-hour support service accessed via a dedicated guest app.

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Landing are a members-only service that specialise in apartment rentals for anything from a month up to a year. Their fully-furnished properties are equipped with everything from bed comforters to colourful wall art. Leases are flexible, with no long-term tie-ins needed, and if you want to swap homes after a certain period you can move into another Landing apartment with no extra charges and just two weeks notice required. A dedicated Landing app lets you do everything from contacting the member experience team to arranging maintenance and house cleaning visits. In Boston, Landing currently have 23 furnished properties available, with monthly rentals starting at around $3,630 for a one-bed apartment in Boston’s western suburb of Brighton. A $199 annual membership fee is required to make bookings with Landing and all members must clear a background check before they are able to use the service.

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Founded in 2017, June are a relatively new kid on the block when it comes to digital platforms that help people find homes for rent. They were set up with the ambition to simplify the old-school home-renting experience for a more tech-savvy generation and have quicky developed a strong network of home owners offering a wide range of property types including studios, multi-bedroom homes, multiple units, and entire buildings. Properties can be rented either furnished or unfurnished and a dedicated 24/7 support team are on hand to deal with any problems of queries. In Boston, June have currently have 29 apartments listed, with rates starting at $1,900 per month for a one-bedroom studio in Somerville, approximately three miles northwest of downtown. However, be aware that June’s service is members-only, with bookings only allowed once you’ve successfully received “resident” status based on the submission of required documents.

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