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Living In Spokane, WA

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With a low unemployment rate and competitive cost of living, Spokane is one of the most stable mid-size cities in the Pacific Northwest. Spokane, which means "Children of the Sun" in the local, native language, is especially attractive for those who love the great outdoors. Residents here can find plenty of opportunities for camping, hiking and skiing at Mount Spokane State Park, plus white-water rafting on the Spokane River. It’s an adventurer’s paradise, so start looking for apartments for rent in Spokane.

ATTRACTIONS IN SPOKANE

During your search for apartments in Spokane, set aside some time to explore the city's fascinating historical sites. Don't miss a visit to Monroe Street Bridge, an impressive structure that was the country's longest concrete-arch bridge when it was constructed in 1911. You can also visit other architectural wonders like the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist and St. Aloysius Church, located on Gonzaga University's campus.

NEIGHBORHOODS IN SPOKANE

Each community in Spokane has a charming character of its own, from the small-town suburb of Opportunity to the hip oasis of Manito. To help you choose the best neighborhood for you when looking at apartments in Spokane, we've developed a list of our top five favorites:

  • Cliff-Cannon: Popular with empty nesters and families who want historic charm and a slower pace, Cliff-Cannon is home to four public parks and multiple healthcare facilities.
  • East Central: One of Spokane's oldest neighborhoods, East Central was developed specifically for its flat land and lush landscape.
  • Logan: This affordable area north of downtown effortlessly blends historic architecture and youthful vibes. Logan is perfect for students commuting to Gonzaga University.
  • Moran Prairie: Also called Southgate, Moran Prairie is a peaceful neighborhood southeast of downtown, ideal for families who want a suburban feel close to recreational facilities and the South Hill Dog Park.
  • West Hills: West Hills sits west of downtown between Palisades Park and the Spokane River. Opportunities for rafting, golf, disc golf, and fishing draw residents who love the outdoors.

APARTMENTS IN SPOKANE

Apartments for rent in Spokane boast a wide range of options, from recently renovated studios for college students to three-bedroom homes for families. Many apartment complexes include conveniences like fitness facilities, business centers and garages. Clubhouses are also common in the city's apartment communities, and some apartments offer fireplaces, storage facilities and access to hiking trails. Whether you're moving to Spokane for the first time or you're a seasoned Spokanian, use Apartment Guide to get all the information you need to find the right place to live.

FUN THINGS TO DO IN SPOKANE

Residents have year-round access to more than 30 golf courses and other sports facilities such as Avista Stadium, home of Minor League Baseball's Spokane Indians. The city is also known for its family-friendly festivals and events. Strap on your tennis shoes and race in the Lilac Bloomsday Run every May, or sit back and watch the world's largest outdoor three-on-three basketball competition in late June.

Thanks to a low cost of living and plenty of free things to do, Spokane residents can save up for vacation without sacrificing local fun. Just south of downtown Spokane, Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden is a great place to stop and smell the roses. You can also visit downtown's cascading waterfalls for a photo and a picnic before biking the 37.5-mile Centennial Trail along the Spokane River.

SPOKANE FOR FAMILIES WITH KIDS

Spokane is home to eight public high schools, six middle schools, 24 elementary schools and five specialty schools, including the Libby Center, home of Spokane Public Schools' gifted-and-talented program. For a fun family activity after school, head to one of the 50-plus Green Bluff Growers locations to pick your own produce, pet domesticated animals or take a relaxing hayride.

PET-FRIENDLY SPOKANE

Give your four-legged friend a tail-waggin' good time with a walk in one of the city's public pet parks. After playing fetch in SpokAnimal Dog Park or rolling in the grass at South Hill, grab a treat at one of several local restaurants that allow dogs on their patios.

GETAWAYS FROM SPOKANE

Head west on I-90 to reach the scenic seaport of Seattle, home to attractions such as the Space Needle and the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum. Continue past the Emerald City to enjoy a summer vacation in Westport, the closest beach to Spokane. Looking for a Pacific Northwest road trip? Mount Rainier National Park, Portland, Oregon, and Kelowna, British Columbia are all about five hours from Spokane.

Find Apartments for rent in Spokane, WA

Finding a new place to live is a stressful experience. Be sure to use an apartment finder like Apartment Guide to help you locate your next rental property. Whether you’re looking for a pet-friendly apartment or simply want an affordable place to live, we’ll help you find apartments for rent in Spokane that match your needs.



Frequently Asked Questions About Spokane

What is the average rent in Spokane?

The average rent of a studio apartment in Spokane is $1,087 per month. For a one-bedroom apartment it's $1,237 per month. For a two-bedroom apartment the average rent is $1,547 per month.

What is the average cost of rent for a one-bedroom in Spokane?

The average rent of a one-bedroom apartment in Spokane is $1,237

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