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Renting a room in Boston MA

Roostup is Boston’s premiere provider of coliving apartments in Boston. We don't just rent you a room. Instead you can choose a private bedroom in any one of our beautifuly renovated homes and live with qualified roommates. Our exclusive owner-operated inventory of apartments throughout Boston have been purpose built for roommate living. You’ll save up to 50% in monthly expenses when compared to renting a studio or 1 bedroom apartment, and also save thousands of dollars in upfront move-in costs.

Finding Roommates in Boston MA

RoostUp has done the work for you to find qualified roommates in Boston. Each of our residents must pass both a criminal background and credit check before being approved to live in one of our shared homes. No need to take a chance with sketchy roommates you might find on Facebook or Craigslist.

Furnished Rooms for Rent in Boston MA

Every RoostUp home is fully furnished, including all common areas and bedrooms. Kitchens are fully equipped with all cooking and eating essentials including a French coffee press to make sure you get your daily jolt of java.

All Utilities and Fast Wi-Fi are Included

All RoostUp coliving apartments include an amenity and utility package that includes gas, electric, water and high speed wi-fi. In addition, we have a housekeeping service that comes every other week to clean the bathrooms and common areas. The cost is a $150 per month flat fee, regardless of utility usage levels.

Close to Public Transportation in Boston

All RoostUp apartments are easily accessible to public transportation and are always a short 5-15 minute walk away. Boston has an reliable subway system which is called the MBTA (or as locals like to call it, “the T”). There is also an excellent network of bus routes throughout the city that will easily take you just about anywhere you want to go within Boston and its surrounding areas.

About us

RoostUp was founded to make roommate living in Boston easy, flexible and affordable. All of our coliving homes have been designed and purpose built for roommates to live comfortably in their shared home. And by handling all of the utilities and providing regular cleaning services, RoostUp has made it seamless for our residents to spend less time bickering about common roommate issues, and more time enjoying all of the great places that makes Boston a true world class city. 

CHARLESTOWN COLIVING 

Rooms for Rent in Charlestown

 RoostUp’s Charlestown location provides a high quality,  affordable place to live for people who can’t afford the high cost of a 1 bedroom apartment, but don’t want to go through the hassle of finding roommates in Boston. Steeped in history, Charlestown has long been one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods. In Jan 2022, the average rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in the Charlestown was $3,221 according to Zumper, which can be unaffordable. RoostUp’s co-living homes save residents up to 50% by matching them with qualified roommates in one of our beautiful Charlestown homes. Many of our RoostUp residents work in downtown Boston, which is just a short walk away. Many others attend graduate school at the MGH Institute of Health Professions or Hult University which is just a short walk away in Cambridge.

Finding Roommates in Charlestown 

Having become home to many professional couples and families, finding roommates in Charlestown can sometimes be a bit more challenging that other Boston neighborhoods.  Fortunately RoostUp will take the hassle out of finding your own roommates and provide you with a fully furnished private room in a shared coliving apartment. 

Charlestown Public Transportation 

Bus lines are easily accessible throughout Charlestown and the Orange line subway station at Community College is just a short walk away. The green line subway stop at North Station is a a bit further away, but a good way to help get in your daily 10,000 steps. 

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