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Living & Renting in Phoenix
Phoenix at a Glance
Phoenix, AZ Apartments for Rent
Known as the “Valley of the Sun,” Phoenix is the largest city by land in the nation and provides one of the most diverse landscapes. From a starry night sky over the Sonoran Desert to the endless sunshine city wide, Phoenix is truly one of a kind. This city is where you can explore red canyons, shop at downtown boutiques, watch a game at a stadium, or go golfing at an evergreen golf course — the possibilities are endless. Phoenix is the gateway to the Grand Canyon and is home to Papago Park, a 1,200-acre park with hiking trails and bike paths that also features the Phoenix Zoo, Hunt’s Tomb, and the Desert Botanical Garden. The city offers legendary nightlife, shopping, and fine dining, as well as artistic attractions like the Phoenix Art Museum and Symphony Hall. This upscale, sprawling city is home to an abundance of luxury apartments and other rentals.
- Big sky, bright stars and lots of room to stretch
- Real cowboys, rugged mountains and saguaro cacti
- South Mountain Park and Preserve, the largest municipal park in the US, with 50 miles of trails
- Cultural attractions include the Desert Botanical Garden, the Heard Museum and the Phoenix Art Museum
- Vibrant nightlife, especially Central Phoenix where locals meet up after work
- The Fiesta Bowl, played here every January
Getting Around in Phoenix
Transit scores for Phoenix
Education in Phoenix
Phoenix has 3 colleges nearby, including Arizona State University Tempe Campus, Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix Campus and Phoenix College.
Renting in Phoenix
Average size and rates
- Studio 366 Sq Ft $1,168 / mo
- 1 Bed 646 Sq Ft $1,426 / mo
- 2 Beds 1,066 Sq Ft $2,221 / mo
- 3 Beds 1,310 Sq Ft $2,830 / mo
- 4 Beds 1,188 Sq Ft $1,467 / mo
- 5 Beds 1,840 Sq Ft $2,721 / mo
Top Budget Friendly Neighborhood in Phoenix
Other Nearby Neighborhoods
Nearby Cities Average Rentsfor a 1 bedroom apartment
- Phoenix $1,697 / mo
- Glendale $1,539 / mo
- El Mirage $1,863 / mo
- Paradise Valley $2,307 / mo
- Tolleson $1,007 / mo
- Litchfield Park $1,494 / mo
- Scottsdale $2,157 / mo
- Peoria $1,623 / mo
- Fountain Hills $3,988 / mo
- Cave Creek $1,806 / mo
- Tempe $1,715 / mo
- Avondale $1,592 / mo
Frequently asked questions about renting in Phoenix, AZ
How transit friendly is Phoenix, AZ?
Phoenix, AZ has a transit score of 40.
What middle schools are near Phoenix, AZ?
The top middle schools in Phoenix, AZ are
- Kyrene Altadena Middle School
What high schools are near Phoenix, AZ?
The top high schools in Phoenix, AZ are
- Phoenix Union Bioscience High School
- Franklin Police and Fire High School
- Sandra Day O'connor High School
- Thunderbird High School
- Sunnyslope High School
What colleges and universities are near Phoenix, AZ?
The top colleges and universities in Phoenix, AZ are
- Arizona State University Tempe Campus
- Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix Campus
- Phoenix College
- Grand Canyon University
- University of Arizona UA Phoenix Campus
What are the average rent costs in Phoenix, AZ?
The average rent in Phoenix, AZ is $1426.
What are the average rent costs of a studio apartment in Phoenix, AZ?
The average rent for a studio apartment in Phoenix, AZ is $1168.
What are the average rent costs of a one bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ?
The average rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ is $1426.
What are the average rent costs of a two bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ?
The average rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ is $2221.
What are the average rent costs of a three bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ?
The average rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ is $2830.
What are the average rent costs of a four bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ?
The average rent for a 4 bedroom apartment in Phoenix, AZ is $1467.
9,197 Apartments for Rent near Phoenix, AZ
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