Apartments for Rent in Arizona
Arizona is part of the Western and Mountain states, located in the southwestern region of the U.S. It is best known for the Grand Canyon and has a population of 7.172 million people. The capital and largest city is Phoenix. Other notable cities are Tucson, which is the oldest incorporated place in Arizona, and Mesa, a large urban city.
Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Arizona
Average Monthly Rent in Phoenix
Average Monthly Rent in Tucson
Average Monthly Rent in Mesa
Living in Arizona
Arizona has it all - mountains, deserts, forests, canyons, and rivers. Whether you live for outdoor adventures or just like to sit back and enjoy the view, Arizona apartments offer residents a great location for experiencing the outdoors as well as a wealth of culture, arts, education and entertainment.
More than just the Grand Canyon
The state of Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon and if you have yet to see it, you should make a point to take a day trip from your Arizona apartment out to see this natural wonder. The views are breathtaking, and you can participate in activities such as hiking, mule trips, river trips and other guided tours. Tucson residents can enjoy the Sonoran Desert National Monument. Miles of trails are available for hiking, and camping, biking and horseback riding are also popular activities here.
Arizona's sports teams
If you are a sports fan, you will have a team to cheer for all year long. Check out the Diamondbacks for some MLB action in Phoenix, or if you prefer football, the Cardinals are located in Glendale. Even though you will rarely find ice on the ground in the Glendale area, you will find the Phoenix Coyotes playing NHL hockey at the Glendale Arena. For the basketball fan, the Phoenix Suns will not disappoint.
Higher education throughout the state
Those moving to Arizona in search of an education will have plenty of options to choose from. Public institutions are available across the state including Arizona State University in the Phoenix area, Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and the University of Arizona around Tucson. Numerous private institutions and community colleges can also be found throughout Arizona.
From mesas to museums
Arts and culture are present all throughout the state at venues such as the Phoenix Art Museum, Museum of Northern Arizona, Arizona Museum for Youth, the International Wildlife Museum and so many more. And, of course for more culture and entertainment you don't want to miss out on local restaurants serving up authentic cuisine, theaters, botanical gardens, zoos and parks.