Monthly Parking in Boston
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Monthly Parking Rates in Boston
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|29 Denby Rd||$240.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|22 Water St||$400.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|Highland Avenue||$264.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|240 Sidney Street||Brookline and Putnam||$175.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|240 Sidney Street||Brookline and Putnam||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|30 Cambridge Park Drive||$240.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|65 Brainerd Road||$350.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|Broadway||$120.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|Silver Street||$150.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|45 Stuart Street||$400.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|9 Miner St.||$300.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|270 Third St||$365.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
|12 Stoneholm St||$250.00||Monthly Parking||Book Now|
Spots near Boston
|29 Denby Rd||$240.0|
|22 Water St||$400.0|
|Brookline and Putnam||240 Sidney Street||$175.0|
|Brookline and Putnam||240 Sidney Street||$250.0|
|30 Cambridge Park Drive||$240.0|
|65 Brainerd Road||$350.0|
|45 Stuart Street||$400.0|
|9 Miner St.||$300.0|
|270 Third St||$365.0|
|12 Stoneholm St||$250.0|
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Information About Parking in Boston
Boston Parking Statistics
- There are 35,556 public parking spaces in downtown commercial facilities.
- There are roughly 8,000 metered parking spaces.
- The number of residential parking permits has grown year-on-year, to over 100,000 today.
- Boston was ranked as the worst city in the country in a recent study analyzing city congestion, and eighth worst worldwide.
- As an example of the high demand for prime location parking spots: one private space in Beacon Hill was recently listed for $650,000.
Boston Parking FAQs
1. What are the advantages of monthly parking?
There are a lot of advantages to monthly parking, especially in a city as congested as Boston. It is likely to be significantly easier and cheaper to pay for a monthly parking spot than to trawl through the city searching for an available space, and paying daily rates. Booking a monthly spot allows you to secure the best possible rate and ensure a reliable place to park.
2. How do I book a parking spot in Boston via WhereiPark?
Booking a parking spot with WhereiPark starts by using our interactive map to search an area for parking options nearby. Markers will appear to designate available spots, and by clicking on the marker you can see the listing details. Once you’ve found a spot you like the look of, you can follow the booking link. You will need to log in (or create your free account) and ensure your vehicle details are listed accurately. Then, choose a start date for your parking spot rental, and enter your payment details. As soon as the booking is confirmed by the lot owner, you will receive detailed instructions on how to access your new parking space.
3. How much is monthly parking in Boston?
Monthly parking in Boston varies in price according to location. Other factors - like amenities and covered/uncovered lot - can also affect price, as can time of year. The average is $300 a month, but can be as low as $100 further from downtown, and as high as $450 in the financial district and high-end residential areas.
4. Is there free parking in Boston?
There is free parking in Boston, but it’s like gold dust! Street parking is free on Sundays and holidays, and overnight from 8pm to 8am. Boston is quite strict on residential parking though, with most areas requiring permits before you can park. Other streets can be closed on certain days of the week for street cleaning. And during the winter months, many streets are closed entirely to allow for safe plowing.