Apartments for Rent in Washington
The state of Washington is located in the Pacific Northwest and has a population of 7.563 million people. The state is known for its role in the lumber industry. It was named after George Washington, the first U.S. president. The capital is Olympia and the largest city is Seattle.
Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Washington
Average Monthly Rent in Olympia
Average Monthly Rent in Seattle
Living in Washington
Thinking about moving to Washington? You're in luck, because there are so many beautiful cities, such as Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma and Vancouver - just to name a few.
Seattle: the Emerald City
Whether you're looking for an old, new or trendy apartment in the Seattle, Washington, area, you're bound to find something that fits your lifestyle. Seattle has earned the nickname "Emerald City" with its captivating views of lush green mountains capped with snow. The city is also surrounded by crystal blue waters and is within the vicinity of several popular lakes including Lake Sammamish. On a clear day, many residents have views of Mount Rainier from their Seattle apartments. Situated just south of the city, Mount Rainier National Park is visited by millions every year for its natural beauty, abundant wildlife and hiking trails. Seattle also has many notable landmarks, including the Space Needle, Smith Tower and Pike Place Market.
Just like Seattle, residents living in Tacoma apartments enjoy the natural beauty that is characteristic of Washington and the scenic Pacific Northwest. In Tacoma, you'll find convenient urban amenities and picturesque views of the Cascade Mountains that make this city a great place to call home. You can find apartments close to the waterfront, museums, art galleries, kid-friendly attractions, sporting events, parks and more.
Vancouver and the Columbia River Gorge in Southwest Washington
In Vancouver, you'll have many opportunities to explore the beautiful nature found in Southwest Washington, such as the Columbia River Gorge and Mount St. Helens. You'll also get to experience the Washington wine country in and around Vancouver - something you can't do in many U.S. cities. To cater to its population of more than 160,000 people as of 2009, Vancouver also has many museums, historic attractions, theatres and more.
From Skiing to Rafting in Spokane
Any time of the year, you can step out of your front door in Spokane and into a world of choices for outdoor sports and recreation. In warmer months, enjoy rafting down a river with friends, cooling off with the family at Boulder Beach Water Park, playing a competitive round of golf in a beautifully landscaped course or hiking through nearby national parks. In the winter, Spokane is only a short drive from one of five ski resorts, which makes for an easy weekend winter skiing or snowboarding trip.