Niche.com has named Cambridge, Massachusetts one of the best cities for young professionals and it’s easy to see why. High-tech and medical industries have clustered in town thanks to the presence of Harvard, MIT, and UMass. These industries give the town a wealth of high-paying, upwardly-mobile jobs. Public schools here are great, perhaps due to generally high education standards. And residents enjoy a wealth of fine dining options that reflects the cultural and ethnic diversity of the city.
This kind of elite lifestyle has a price tag, though. The average rent on a one-bedroom apartment is a whopping $3,547, up 4% over 2021. The median home price $1.2 million, up 22% from 2021. Moving to Cambridge will probably mean settling for less storage space.
That’s why you should keep self-storage in mind for any Cambridge move. With so many facilities in the Boston area, it’s easy to find a place close to home. And even if you need a larger unit, self-storage is likely more affordable than you think. If you’re thinking of a move to Cambridge, be sure to keep self-storage in mind.
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