Monarch Lofts, a premium rental apartment building in the heart of Lawrence, one of Massachusetts fabled mill towns, is one of the community's most soug…
Lawrence, MA 01843
(South Weymouth, Columbian Square)
Gaslight Village has 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments in Weymouth, MA. The excitement of the city is just thirteen miles away. The MBTA Red Line is just a…
Weymouth, MA 02190
(North Dorchester, Columbia Point)
Welcome home to Harbor Point on the Bay it is Boston's favorite waterfront apartment home community sharing a scenic peninsula with neighbors JFK Librar…
Boston, MA 02125
At Burbank Apartments, you can make your home in a studio, 1 or 2 bedroom apartment in a friendly, tree-lined neighborhood that's just around the corner…
Boston, MA 02115
(Mission Hill, Back Of The Hill)
Choose from an impressive selection of studios, 1 & 2 bedrooms, 2 plus den and split level style residences with expansive outdoor patio space. Interior…
Boston, MA 02120
A small town in the big city very aptly describes Stony Brook Commons. Spacious townhouses, tucked into the southwest corner of Boston, have the look an…
Roslindale, MA 02131
(Coolidge Corner, North Brookine)
Spacious apartments in Coolidge Corner, Brookline on Beacon Street. Located on the C train and 66 Bus line and close to dozens of great restaurants and stores.
Brookline, MA 02446
Overview of Salem
Located 18 miles north of Boston on the Atlantic coast, Salem, Mass., is a seaside town with a very famous history. The city is very pedestrian friendly, allowing both recreational and commercial ventures to thrive in the urban community. Approximately 42,000 people live here and enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with eclectic local attractions. Search for Salem apartments for rent and find one of the most unique cities in New England.
Living in Salem, MA
Salem was first established as a fishing settlement on Cape Ann in 1624. The city gained historical significance in 1692 when Reverend Samuel Parris' daughter and niece fell ill and were believed to be bewitched. The famous Salem Witch Trials resulted in the hanging deaths of 19 individuals suspected of being involved with witchcraft.
Residents looking at Salem apartments for rent have an annual cost of living index that is estimated to be 8.7 percent greater than the rest of Massachusetts and 30.2 percent greater than the national average, reported AreaVibes. The Salem community pays an estimated $3.85 for a gallon of gas, $5.31 for a cup of coffee and $8.99 for pizza, added the source.
Those new to the area have access to job opportunities near Salem apartments in leading industries such as healthcare, education and tourism. The Major employers in the city near Salem apartments for rent are Mass General for Children, North Shore Medical Center, NSMC Outpatient Mental Health, Seacoast Lock & Safe Co. and PBD Essex Museum.
Salem Attractions and Special Events
There are many museums in Salem that offer diverse exhibits for residents of apartments for rent in Salem to enjoy, including the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Toy Museum, Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery, the Salem Witch Memorial and the House of the Seven Gables. The Festival of the Dead is the city's largest Halloween event, celebrating the witches of Salem. The festival explores death's strange rituals, macabre customs and heretical histories. The city also hosts the annual Salem Jazz and Soul Festival, which aims to recreate Salem's vibrant jazz scene of the early 1900s. Other local favorite events include the Salem Maritime Festival, A3D Culture Fest, the Witches Cup Bicycle Race and Salem So Sweet.
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