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Overview of Clinton

Located between Interstates 190, 495 and 290 just west of Boston, the city of Clinton, Mass., is one of the state's fastest-growing communities. One of the brightest towns in the central part of the state, Clinton's warm, welcoming atmosphere is attracting many residents to Clinton apartments for rent. According to information from the U.S. Census Bureau, the population is nearly 7,400, based on 2010 data, making it the perfect size for small-town living. Central to the Nashua River, this city's beautiful landscape is among the myriad of reasons why so many people are calling Clinton apartments for rent home.

Living in Clinton, MA

Clinton was originally founded in 1654, and began as a mill district of Lancaster. It wasn't until the early 1800s that Erastus and Horatio Bigelow, brothers in the cloth manufacturing business, turned Clinton into a vital hub of the textile industry.

Today, residents living in Clinton apartments for rent have an average cost of living index that is 3.1 percent greater than the rest of the state of Massachusetts and 23.4 percent greater than the rest of the nation, as reported by AreaVibes.

New residents to the area have access to employment opportunities in leading industries such as healthcare, education and wholesales. The top five employers near Clinton apartments include Nypro Inc., Clinton Hospital, Weetabix NA, Clinton Elementary School and Dunn & Co. For those who are able to commute to work from apartments for rent in Clinton, Worchester County offers additional job opportunities outside the city of Clinton.

Clinton Attractions and Special Events

One of the city's best attractions is the Tougas Family Farm, the ideal place for picking apples and pumpkins in the fall, blueberries, peaches and strawberries in the summer and plenty of fresh homemade goods throughout the year.

Nearby Leominster State Forest is another fantastic venue for new residents of apartments in Clinton to explore. Conveniently located off Route 2, the forest offers plenty of recreational opportunities, including mountain biking, hiking and swimming in the summer to cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. Nature lovers will enjoy the variety of wildlife and the indigenous mountain laurel bloom that grows here every summer.

To find your next rental apartment or house in Clinton, take a look at our listings on Rent.com®.

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