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City Guide
Pittsfield
Pittsfield, MA

Roughly 30 miles southeast of Albany, New York, along the banks of the Housatonic River in western Massachusetts, sits the historic small town of Pittsfield. A former manufacturing hub that’s transformed in recent years into an artsy and eclectic haven, Pittsfield lays claim to a variety of rentals catering to peeps from all walks of life (and with all sizes of pocketbooks!). Are you interested in joining the 42,000 diverse residents who call this charming and rejuvenated little village home? Then start clicking away at the listings in this snazzy little apartment finder and you’ll be living the good life in the Bay State before you know it!

Apartments are readily available in Pittsfield. Waiting lists are unheard of and move-in specials pop up frequently, meaning apartment hunters have the luxury of nitpicking for the best leasing deals. Whether you’re in the market for a pet-friendly apartment, a furnished unit, an upscale rental, or a modest one-bedroom or studio, you’ll find no shortage of options in Pittsfield.

Amenities at most of Pittsfield’s apartment rentals run the gamut from basic to luxurious (hardwood floors, Jacuzzi, vaulted ceilings, etc.) while rental prices range from inexpensive ($600 or so) to steep (well over a grand). Bargain hunters and big spenders alike will find a nice selection of options on both ends; no need to worry. You get what you pay for in Pittsfield, and there’s a good chance that if you come across an apartment deal that seems too good to be true, it’s because it’s in less than tip-top shape.

You should take the time to visit the city in advance to see which neighborhood is best for you. We recommend that you spend plenty of time in your prospective neighborhood, getting a feel for its vibes, before pursuing a lease there.

As for as culture and entertainment go, you’ll find plenty to do in Pittsfield. This city boasts a historic, walker-friendly downtown with plenty of shopping and dining destinations, numerous skiing, hiking, and biking trails, a variety of museums, theaters, and galleries, and a tourist-friendly wildlife sanctuary. In other words, there’s a lot more to do in Pittsfield than sit around and marvel at how much you love your fancy new apartment!

Best of luck on your apartment hunting adventures and welcome to Pittsfield!