Nestled along the Merrimack and Concord rivers in northern Massachusetts, you will find the city of Lowell is just 34 miles north of Boston. Living in this city dubbed the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, you can spend your free time exploring the large number of museums, art galleries and historical sites such as the Lowell National Historic Park or the New England Quilt Museum. The city hosts more than a dozen festivals and annual events that show off its cultural diversity. You may step out of your Lowell MA apartment to enjoy an afternoon at the African Festival, Earth Day Celebration or the 100 Second Film Festival.
Commuters can take Interstate 93 or US Route 3 to head towards Boston. It will take about 40 minutes to get their from your Lowell apartment. Traveling north along Route 3, you can also reach Nashua New Hampshire in less than 30 minutes.
Students or employees of the University of Massachusetts Lowell might find renting an apartment in Lowell a nice option. The campus is spread out in the northern part of the city and is located near the Middle Street Historic District as well as the Lowell General Hospital and the Saints Medical Center.
There are a bunch of Lowell apartment communities located in the downtown area along the river. You can find other rentals and apartments in Lowell just outside the downtown area and in the Highlands section. The average rent for a one bedroom apartment in Lowell starts at more than $1,000 per month, so you can expect to pay a lot more here than in other parts of the country. Check out the detail listing pages on RentalsOnline.com to get more information and current prices of available rentals and apartments in Lowell Massachusetts.
A post office in Lowell is located at 20 Market Street. The phone number is 978-454-1222.
Average Rent in Lowell, MA
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