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A running list of the median cost to rent a one-bedroom in every Boston neighborhood

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A view of downtown Boston from the Evelyn Moakley Bridge, Thursday, May 19, 2016, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
The median rent for a one-bedroom in downtown Boston is $3,330. Elise Amendola / AP Photo

It’s tough to find an affordable apartment in Boston, so it’s important to keep on top of the latest rental prices to ensure you are getting the most for your money.

We turned to the national rental website Zumper for the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in each Boston neighborhood, based on the website’s own listings and the Multiple Listing Service.

Here are the median monthly rents for a one-bedroom in Boston since fall 2018:

Allston

Winter 2020: $2,200

Summer 2019: $1,900

Spring 2019: $1,900

Winter 2019: $1,950

Fall 2018: $2,150

Back Bay

Winter 2020: $3,000

Summer 2019: $2,800

Spring 2019: $2,920

Winter 2019: $2,900

Fall 2018: $2,800

Bay Village

Winter 2020: $2,400

Summer 2019: $2,500

Spring 2019: $2,500

Winter 2019: $2,700

Fall 2018: $2,700

Beacon Hill

Winter 2020: $2,400

Summer 2019: $2,500

Spring 2019: $2,445

Winter 2019: $2,400

Fall 2018: $2,450

Brighton

Winter 2020: $1,990

Summer 2019: $1,925

Spring 2019: $1,950

Winter 2019: $1,850

Fall 2018: $1,800

Charlestown

Winter 2020: $2,500

Summer 2019: $2,750

Spring 2019: $2,585

Winter 2019: $2,600

Fall 2018: $2,500

Chinatown

Winter 2020: $3,400

Summer 2019: $3,400

Spring 2019: $3,210

Winter 2019: $3,000

Fall 2018: $2,910

Dorchester

Winter 2020: $1,950

Summer 2019: $1,900

Spring 2019: $1,700

Winter 2019: $1,875

Fall 2018: $1,800

Downtown

Winter 2020: $3,330

Summer 2019: $3,425

Spring 2019: $3,325

Winter 2019: $3,050

Fall 2018: $3,070

East Boston

Winter 2020: $2,000

Summer 2019: $2,050

Spring 2019: $1,900

Winter 2019: $1,800

Fall 2018: $1,750

Fenway

Winter 2020: $2,440

Summer 2019: $2,500

Spring 2019: $2,400

Winter 2019: $2,450

Fall 2018: $2,350

Hyde Park

Winter 2020: $1,800

Summer 2019: $1,750

Spring 2019: $1,625

Winter 2019: $1,625

Fall 2018: $1,650

Jamaica Plain

Winter 2020: $2,050

Summer 2019: $2,000

Spring 2019: $1,950

Winter 2019: $1,850

Fall 2018: $1,900

Leather District

Winter 2020: $3,400

Summer 2019: $3,400

Spring 2019: $3,210

Winter 2019: $3,000

Fall 2018: $2,910

Longwood Medical Area

Winter 2020: $2,440

Summer 2019: $2,500

Spring 2019: $2,325

Winter 2019: $2,300

Fall 2018: $2,175

Mattapan

Winter 2020: $1,700

Summer 2019: $1,580

Spring 2019: $1,570

Winter 2019: $1,500

Fall 2018: $1,570

Mission Hill

Winter 2020: $1,890

Summer 2019: $1,940

Spring 2019: $2,100

Winter 2019: $2,100

Fall 2018: $1,900

North End

Winter 2020: $2,300

Summer 2019: $2,300

Spring 2019: $2,350

Winter 2019: $2,300

Fall 2018: $2,300

Roslindale

Winter 2020: $1,650

Summer 2019: $1,800

Spring 2019: $1,600

Winter 2019: $1,700

Fall 2018: $1,600

Roxbury

Winter 2020: $2,200

Summer 2019: $1,820

Spring 2019: $1,700

Winter 2019: $1,780

Fall 2018: $1,610

South Boston

Winter 2020: $2,600

Summer 2019: $3,000

Spring 2019: $2,840

Winter 2019: $2,800

Fall 2018: $2,900

South Boston Waterfront

Winter 2020: $3,260

Summer 2019: $3,000

Spring 2019: $3,185

South End

Winter 2020: $2,900

Summer 2019: $2,825

Spring 2019: $2,700

Winter 2019: $2,700

Fall 2018: $2,700

West End

Winter 2020: $3,000

Summer 2019: $3,140

Spring 2019: $3,000

Winter 2019: $2,195

Fall 2018: $2,800

West Roxbury

Winter 2020: $2,100

Summer 2019: $1,860

Spring 2019: $1,810

Winter 2019: $1,810

Fall 2018: $1,810

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