14,295 Apartments for Rent near Seattle, WA

  1. 7 Hrs. Ago
    Price Drop. $230 Off

    Elan 41

    4100 SW Edmunds St SW, Seattle, WA 98116
    $1,599 - $1,999 | 1 - 2 Beds
    | Call Now (425) 954-8398
  2. 8 Hrs. Ago
    Rent Special

    LUNA

    2745 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
    $1,600 - $2,630 | 1 Bed
    | Call Now (206) 971-9307
  3. 8 Hrs. Ago
    Price Drop. $600 Off

    STAZIONE25

    2615-2715 25th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
    $1,140 - $2,882 | Studio - 2 Beds
    | Call Now (855) 489-3748
  4. 8 Hrs. Ago
    Price Drop. $711 Off

    Tower 12

    2015 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
    $2,245 - $9,475 | Studio - 2 Beds
    | Call Now (206) 962-3186
  5. 7 Hrs. Ago
    Rent Special

    Marlowe

    1146 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98121
    $2,152 - $13,150 | Studio - 2 Beds
    | Call Now (206) 395-2808
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Living & Renting in Seattle

Seattle at a Glance
Average Rent
$1768
School Rating:
8/10
Transit Score
64
Bike Score
77

Seattle, WA Apartments for Rent

Wrapping in a crescent around the blue water of Puget Sound, complemented by mountain views and a skyline dominated by the iconic Space Needle, Seattle is as enticing as it is beautiful. Nicknamed the Emerald City, Seattle offers the best of best worlds: Pacific Northwest outdoor adventure and an urban setting. The city has grown into one of the world’s largest leading tech hubs, housing offices for major companies including Facebook, Google, and Apple. The tech industry, combined with Seattle’s rising population is part of why the city is one of the most expensive places to live in the country. Although the average one-bedroom apartment is $1,727, renters enjoy having a lower electricity bill because of hydroelectric power plants, one of the state’s many sustainable measures. Plus there are some affordable hidden gems located throughout the city. You’ll also be able to save on gas since Seattle is pedestrian-friendly, offering bus and rail service and bike lanes.

Why Seattle?

  • Afternoons at the Seattle Center, home of the iconic landmark Space Needle
  • Pike Place Market, a historic farmer’s market
  • The city has a quirky locale with eccentric districts featuring everything from goth bars to jazz festivals.
  • The galleries, restaurants, and shopping at the historic Pioneer Square
  • Walkable, bike-friendly, and plenty of outdoor recreation in nearby parks
  • Visiting cultural centers like the Experience Music Project and the Science Fiction Museum
  • Seattle is home to the University of Washington, a top research facility

Getting Around in Seattle

    With a Transit Score of 64, Seattle has good transit. You can expect to have many nearby public transportation options.
    Seattle is very walkable with a 83 WalkScore, most errands can be accomplished on foot.
    Seattle is very bikeable with a 77 BikeScore, biking is convenient for most trips.

Education in Seattle

    Seattle has 3 colleges nearby, including University of Washington at Seattle, Seattle Pacific University and Seattle University.
  • APP at Lincoln
    Public Elementary School
    9 out of 10
    Grades K- 5, 525 Students
  • Whittier Elementary School
    Public Elementary School
    9 out of 10
    Grades K- 5, 495 Students
  • Wedgwood Elementary School
    Public Elementary School
    9 out of 10
    Grades K- 5, 485 Students
  • Lawton Elementary School
    Public Elementary School
    9 out of 10
    Grades K- 5, 453 Students
  • Mercer Middle School
    Public Middle School
    8 out of 10
    Grades 6- 8, 1,136 Students
  • Eckstein Middle School
    Public Middle School
    8 out of 10
    Grades 6- 8, 965 Students
  • Whitman Middle School
    Public Middle School
    8 out of 10
    Grades 6- 8, 566 Students
  • Mcclure Middle School
    Public Middle School
    8 out of 10
    Grades 6- 8, 540 Students
  • Roosevelt High School
    Public High School
    9 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 1,867 Students
  • Ballard High School
    Public High School
    8 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 1,930 Students
  • Ingraham High School
    Public High School
    7 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 1,387 Students
  • The Center School
    Public High School
    7 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 242 Students
  • Garfield High School
    Public High School
    6 out of 10
    Grades 9- 12, 1,857 Students

Renting in Seattle

Average size and rates

  • Studio 446 Sq Ft $1,125 / mo
  • 1 Bed 610 Sq Ft $1,768 / mo
  • 2 Beds 921 Sq Ft $2,154 / mo
  • 3 Beds 1,145 Sq Ft $3,135 / mo
  • 4 Beds 1,423 Sq Ft $2,680 / mo
  • 5 Beds 1,194 Sq Ft $3,670 / mo

Frequently asked questions about renting in Seattle, WA

How transit friendly is Seattle, WA?

Seattle, WA has a transit score of 64.

What elementary schools are near Seattle, WA?

The top elementary schools in Seattle, WA are

  • APP at Lincoln
  • Whittier Elementary School
  • Wedgwood Elementary School
  • Lawton Elementary School

What middle schools are near Seattle, WA?

The top middle schools in Seattle, WA are

  • Mercer Middle School
  • Eckstein Middle School
  • Whitman Middle School
  • Mcclure Middle School

What high schools are near Seattle, WA?

The top high schools in Seattle, WA are

  • Roosevelt High School
  • Ballard High School
  • Ingraham High School
  • The Center School
  • Garfield High School

What colleges and universities are near Seattle, WA?

The top colleges and universities in Seattle, WA are

  • University of Washington at Seattle
  • Seattle Pacific University
  • Seattle University
  • Seattle Central Community College
  • North Seattle College

What are the average rent costs in Seattle, WA?

The average rent in Seattle, WA is $1768.

What are the average rent costs of a studio apartment in Seattle, WA?

The average rent for a studio apartment in Seattle, WA is $1125.

What are the average rent costs of a one bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA?

The average rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA is $1768.

What are the average rent costs of a two bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA?

The average rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA is $2154.

What are the average rent costs of a three bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA?

The average rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA is $3135.

What are the average rent costs of a four bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA?

The average rent for a 4 bedroom apartment in Seattle, WA is $2680.

14,295 Apartments for Rent near Seattle, WA

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