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70 Apartments for rent in Coolidge, AZ

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367 E Borre Ave
367 East Borre Avenue
Coolidge, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$995
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house in Coolidge. Rent is $995/month rent. $1,300 security deposit required. This home is available for rent or on a rent-to-own. Your choice. We can help you to be able to purchase this home in as little as one year.
1 Unit Available
806 West Spruell Avenue
806 West Spruell Avenue
Coolidge, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1261 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:50 AM
Cozy 3 bedroom home with great room floorplan. The home is open and spacious. The kitchen opens to great room with a built-in media niche. Neutral flooring and paint throughout.
1 Unit Available
961 West Toltec Drive
961 West Toltec Drive
Coolidge, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,400
1466 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:50 AM
Great 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in Cota Ranch. Home features a great room floorplan with a split master bedroom. Beautiful landscape in the backyard with artificial turf for low maintenance.
1 Unit Available
1700 W HARDING Avenue
1700 West Harding Avenue
Coolidge, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,550
1904 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Wonderful, well maintained 4 bed 2 bath home in the popular Heartland Ranch Subdivision. The master suite is on the bottom level and 3 bedrooms and large loft are upstairs making it perfect for a second family room or play room.
1 Unit Available
2196 W PINKLEY Avenue
2196 West Pinkley Avenue
Coolidge, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
2288 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
This home has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. One bedroom and bath is located down stairs while three bedrooms and two baths are upstairs with a large loft area. The flooring in this home is carpet and linoleum.
1 Unit Available
1163 N MESQUITE Lane
1163 North Mesquite Lane
Coolidge, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1380 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Newly remodeled, short term rental property. Rent rate is determined by the time of the year, and the length of stay of the tenants. Pets are not perferred, but may be accepted with additional fees.
1 Unit Available
1105 N COTA Lane
1105 North Cota Lane
Coolidge, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
1320 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
You are going to be amazed by this house, The yard is a work of art, both the front and back yard. Beautiful trees and bush in both yards, with bearing Citrus and Fig trees. The inside of the house is equally awesome.
1 Unit Available
158 E DEWEY Avenue
158 Dewey Avenue
Coolidge, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,450
1209 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Stunning New Build, located in the up an coming development of Picacho Crossings! This 4 bedroom, 2 bath home is ready for a tenant - stunning interior, large living/family room, family friendly layout, with one bedroom located near the front door,
1 Unit Available
929 W VERDE Lane
929 Verde Lane
Coolidge, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
1400 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
This Stunning new home sits on a third of an acre lot in a cul-de-sac with nice views. Perfect for entertaining and barbecuing.
1 Unit Available
1711 West Wilson Avenue
1711 West Wilson Avenue
Coolidge, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,620
1902 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:52 AM
Fantastic home for rent, 4 beds, 2 bath with pool. Rental price includes pool service. Master bedroom is downstairs with a large loft and 3 additional bedrooms upstairs. Tile downstairs throughout living, dining and kitchen areas.
1 Unit Available
556 W Wilson Ave - B
556 West Wilson Avenue
Coolidge, AZ
1 Bedroom
$750
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 06:52 AM
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Economy apartment located at the center of Coolidge. Close to shopping. $36.00 utility fee per month to be paid with rent. No Pets, No Smoking please. No Application Fee. Background check $40 per adult.
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1 Unit Available
6506 W HERITAGE Way
6506 West Heritage Way
Florence, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1381 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Nicely Furnished 2 Bedroom plus 3rd Bedroom/Office, North facing Backyard/Patio. Perfect for Vacation Renters or Future Residents waiting for home completion. Stay here to sample our Active Adult Lifestyle and you won't want to leave.
1 Unit Available
407 N PINAL Street
407 North Pinal Street
Florence, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$850
980 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
3 bed 2 bath...walking distance to Heritage Park, McFarland State Park, post office and library! Water and trash included in rent. Income requirement 3x monthly rent, no evictions or felonies within last 5 years, no smoking, no pets.
1 Unit Available
3905 N HIDDEN CANYON Drive
3905 North Hidden Canyon Drive
Florence, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
1251 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Experience the Resort-Style Living that Sun City at Anthem in Florence, AZ has to Offer! Fully furnished 2 Bed / 2 Bath featuring an Open Concept Kitchen and Great Room. Spacious Kitchen with Corian Countertops. Abundant Cabinet and Pantry Space.
1 Unit Available
6566 W MOCKINGBIRD Court
6566 West Mockingbird Court
Florence, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1381 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Beautiful Sun City Anthem at Merrill Ranch vacation home that boasts luxury living in a 55+ golf community with ample amenities to suit the active lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
3916 North Hawthorn Drive
3916 North Hawthorn Drive
Florence, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1603 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:52 AM
**HOME NOT AVAILABLE DECEMBER 1ST THROUGH MARCH 31, 2021. THIS HOME COMES FURNISHED AS PICTURED. Short term rental times available. Home located in HOA 55+ community, 1 applicant must be at least 55 years of age. Available Now.
1 Unit Available
19532 E Flint Ln
19532 East Flint Lane
Pinal County, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1550 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:32 AM
HORSE PROPERTY 3 Bed 2 Bath Call Ryan 602-400-5090 GoRenter.com - Complete Remodel and ready to Rent.
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5 Units Available
The Sonoran
344 N Pottebaum Rd
Casa Grande, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,030
1068 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,060
1259 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:55 AM
Community features covered parking, pool and emergency maintenance. Apartments with AC/heat, fully equipped kitchen, and private patio or balcony. Convenient location close to Mosely Park and Banner Casa Grande Medical Center.
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Bella Vista
1564 N Morrison Ave
Casa Grande, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$976
813 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
An excellent location in Casa Grande, Arizona. Perks of this complex include vertical blinds, patios and balconies, nine-foot ceilings, all-electric kitchens, split floor plans and more.
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3 Units Available
The Colony Apartments
351 N Peart Rd
Casa Grande, AZ
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,085
1090 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1159 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Recently renovated apartments have hardwood floors and ample storage space. Gaze at the sunset from private patio or balcony. Near multiple shopping and dining locations.
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Las Brisas Apartments
1000 North Arizola Road
Casa Grande, AZ
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1 Bedroom
$872
565 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,006
795 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Luxury Living at Las Brisas Apartments in Casa Grande, AZ. Experience a carefree, relaxing lifestyle at Las Brisas Apartments.
1 Unit Available
10699 E Verbina Ln
10699 East Verbina Lane
Pinal County, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1400 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Great home with all tile flooring, large, easy keep yard. This home is available for rent or on a rent-to-own. Your choice. We can help you to be able to purchase this home in as little as one year. Pets ok.
1 Unit Available
6900 E Superstition Way
6900 East Superstition Way
Florence, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,550
2200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Spacious 4-bedroom, 3-bath home ready for you to move right in! This home is available for rent or on a rent-to-own. Your choice. We can help you to be able to purchase this home in as little as one year. Pets ok.
1 Unit Available
2429 East San Borja Trail
2429 East San Borja Trail
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
1768 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:50 AM
Beautiful and modern new build! Located Conveniently Near I10 and Earley Rd! This home won't last long, there is so many great aspects! Spacious living room/ kitchen area! New silver and black appliances! Low maintenance, large back yard and an
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Apartment Rentals in Coolidge start at $750/month.
How much is rent in Coolidge?
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Coolidge properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Coolidge. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Arizona State University-Tempe, Mesa Community College, and Rio Salado College.

City Guide

Coolidge
Coolidge, AZ contains the site of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. This national landmark has the distinction of being the first historic site to become protected by the United States Government way back in 1892.
Coolidge, AZ contains the site of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. This national landmark has the distinction of being the first historic site to become protected by the United States Government way back in 1892.

Coolidge is a historic city that was built around its cotton industry. It is in Pinal County right smack in the middle of the desert in southern Arizona. This may not sound like a place that many people would live, but for a variety of great reasons nearly 12,000 people call it home. Coolidge can be found halfway between the two Arizona metropolises of Phoenix and Tucson. Phoenix is about 60 miles northwest and Tucson is about 70 miles southeast. Coolidge is not too far off of Interstate 8 and is easy to get to and from, with Arizona Highway 87 and Arizona Highway 287 passing through the city.

Moving to Coolidge

It should be relatively easy to pack up and move to Coolidge. If you are looking for a home to rent, you will be pleasantly surprised by the surplus of nice places, many newly built. Coolidge is really a great deal when it comes to rental prices. There are plenty of bargains to be found. If you don't want a full-blown house, it can be a little trickier to find and apartment in Coolidge, but allowing only two to three weeks to get it all done should be sufficient.

There is no better time than another to plan a move to Coolidge. Well, that may not be true if you don't like exerting yourself in hot weather. Likely you already know what you're getting into. Coolidge is hot in the summer. Very hot, considering it is in the middle of the desert. And the winter, well that is something you will want to keep secret so you are not inundated by the relatives. Winters are quite perfect, temperature-wise.

Apartment complex staff, and increasingly more often homeowners, will need you to fill out a rental application for your move. Be prepared for a credit check, sometimes a background check, and of course you'll have to fork over the first month's rent and a deposit.

Moving to Coolidge
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It should be relatively easy to pack up and move to Coolidge. If you are looking for a home to rent, you will be pleasantly surprised by the surplus of nice places, many newly built. Coolidge is really a great deal when it comes to rental prices. There are plenty of bargains to be found. If you don't want a full-blown house, it can be a little trickier to find and apartment in Coolidge, but allowing only two to three weeks to get it all done should be sufficient.

There is no better time than another to plan a move to Coolidge. Well, that may not be true if you don't like exerting yourself in hot weather. Likely you already know what you're getting into. Coolidge is hot in the summer. Very hot, considering it is in the middle of the desert. And the winter, well that is something you will want to keep secret so you are not inundated by the relatives. Winters are quite perfect, temperature-wise.

Apartment complex staff, and increasingly more often homeowners, will need you to fill out a rental application for your move. Be prepared for a credit check, sometimes a background check, and of course you'll have to fork over the first month's rent and a deposit.

Renting in Coolidge

The center of town is clustered around Highway 287/87 and this is where you will find the majority of homes and apartments for rent in Coolidge. This main street is also known as Arizona Avenue. The city occupies five square miles of the Sonoran Desert and, while there are some ranches on the outskirts, you'll probably be looking to live with everyone else in town. It's probably easiest to conquer and divide Coolidge into east and west when trying to locate an apartment or house for rent. Highway 287/87 runs north and south and most of the apartments and homes are on the west side.

East Coolidge: There are some homes for rent in the neighborhood between Kenilworth Road and Vah Ki Inn Road. These are mostly of the one and two bedroom variety. There are two options for complexes on this side of Arizona Avenue.

West Coolidge: On the west side of Arizona Avenue is where most of the city's expansion has happened. There are lots of homes for rent here. You can find many two and three bedroom options. There are also a few more options for apartment complexes on this side of town.

Apartment Complexes

Homestead Apartments: This complex is located right in town for easy access to all the stores and restaurants. Really, you can walk to everything.

Coolidge Station Apartments and Canyon Creek Apartments: Heading east on Vah Ki Inn Road there are two complexes about a half of a mile out offering two and three bedroom apartments for rent.

Elizabeth Ann Apartments, Desert Palms Apartments, and Heritage Glen Apartments: These complexes are clustered off Vah Ki Inn Road. Heritage Glen is a senior living community with one and 2 bedroom apartments available. It's best to give these places a call, as they are not as hooked into internet searches as some of the neighboring cities. All of these available apartments, and many of the homes for rent, are within walking distance to some of the best Mexican food to be found in Arizona. Local favorites are Casa Palomino and Rolbeto's and both can be found right on Arizona Avenue.

Renting in Coolidge
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The center of town is clustered around Highway 287/87 and this is where you will find the majority of homes and apartments for rent in Coolidge. This main street is also known as Arizona Avenue. The city occupies five square miles of the Sonoran Desert and, while there are some ranches on the outskirts, you'll probably be looking to live with everyone else in town. It's probably easiest to conquer and divide Coolidge into east and west when trying to locate an apartment or house for rent. Highway 287/87 runs north and south and most of the apartments and homes are on the west side.

East Coolidge: There are some homes for rent in the neighborhood between Kenilworth Road and Vah Ki Inn Road. These are mostly of the one and two bedroom variety. There are two options for complexes on this side of Arizona Avenue.

West Coolidge: On the west side of Arizona Avenue is where most of the city's expansion has happened. There are lots of homes for rent here. You can find many two and three bedroom options. There are also a few more options for apartment complexes on this side of town.

Apartment Complexes

Homestead Apartments: This complex is located right in town for easy access to all the stores and restaurants. Really, you can walk to everything.

Coolidge Station Apartments and Canyon Creek Apartments: Heading east on Vah Ki Inn Road there are two complexes about a half of a mile out offering two and three bedroom apartments for rent.

Elizabeth Ann Apartments, Desert Palms Apartments, and Heritage Glen Apartments: These complexes are clustered off Vah Ki Inn Road. Heritage Glen is a senior living community with one and 2 bedroom apartments available. It's best to give these places a call, as they are not as hooked into internet searches as some of the neighboring cities. All of these available apartments, and many of the homes for rent, are within walking distance to some of the best Mexican food to be found in Arizona. Local favorites are Casa Palomino and Rolbeto's and both can be found right on Arizona Avenue.

Living in Coolidge

You'll be lucky to live in this moderately popular tourist destination. The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument draws people from all over the world, adding great vibrancy to the town, especially in winter. The site preserves a group of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples Hohokam structures. The structures date from the Pueblo III and Pueblo IV Eras; if you know anything about archaeology, this is a big deal. Even if you don't, the ruins are a great place to spend some time and to marvel at the feats of ancient people.

The city does a great job of providing for its residents. One example is the Coolidge Cotton Express. The Express is a shuttle that provides service to the whole town! Basically, if you live and work in Coolidge, you don't need to have a car. This might seem strange given Coolidge's rather remote location, but the city has taken care of everything. Something even better to know? The shuttle is free on Fridays.

Coolidge also provides plenty of parks and recreation activities for the citizens of the city. There is a city pool that offers swimming lessons, as well as softball, volleyball, and kickball leagues, camps for the kids, and plenty of places to get outside. City parks include North Park and San Carlos Park on the east side and Walker Park and Regional Park on the west.

Coolidge also cares about education. It is the home of Central Arizona College as well as a branch of Northern Arizona University. No need to drive the hour into Tucson or Phoenix to get a great college education. Plus, you can take the shuttle!

There are several annual events to look forward to once you move to Coolidge. The Fourth of July Parade, the Christmas Light Parade and the Easter Egg Hunt are all big draws for the city. The annual Coolidge Days brings everyone out to celebrate the town's history and heritage, and to simply have a good time together.

Coolidge is one of those rare places that offers residents a small town atmosphere with all the essentials of modern living. It could be a great place for you to next call home!

Living in Coolidge
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You'll be lucky to live in this moderately popular tourist destination. The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument draws people from all over the world, adding great vibrancy to the town, especially in winter. The site preserves a group of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples Hohokam structures. The structures date from the Pueblo III and Pueblo IV Eras; if you know anything about archaeology, this is a big deal. Even if you don't, the ruins are a great place to spend some time and to marvel at the feats of ancient people.

The city does a great job of providing for its residents. One example is the Coolidge Cotton Express. The Express is a shuttle that provides service to the whole town! Basically, if you live and work in Coolidge, you don't need to have a car. This might seem strange given Coolidge's rather remote location, but the city has taken care of everything. Something even better to know? The shuttle is free on Fridays.

Coolidge also provides plenty of parks and recreation activities for the citizens of the city. There is a city pool that offers swimming lessons, as well as softball, volleyball, and kickball leagues, camps for the kids, and plenty of places to get outside. City parks include North Park and San Carlos Park on the east side and Walker Park and Regional Park on the west.

Coolidge also cares about education. It is the home of Central Arizona College as well as a branch of Northern Arizona University. No need to drive the hour into Tucson or Phoenix to get a great college education. Plus, you can take the shuttle!

There are several annual events to look forward to once you move to Coolidge. The Fourth of July Parade, the Christmas Light Parade and the Easter Egg Hunt are all big draws for the city. The annual Coolidge Days brings everyone out to celebrate the town's history and heritage, and to simply have a good time together.

Coolidge is one of those rare places that offers residents a small town atmosphere with all the essentials of modern living. It could be a great place for you to next call home!

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Coolidge
Coolidge, AZ contains the site of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. This national landmark has the distinction of being the first historic site to become protected by the United States Government way back in 1892.
Coolidge, AZ contains the site of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. This national landmark has the distinction of being the first historic site to become protected by the United States Government way back in 1892.

Coolidge is a historic city that was built around its cotton industry. It is in Pinal County right smack in the middle of the desert in southern Arizona. This may not sound like a place that many people would live, but for a variety of great reasons nearly 12,000 people call it home. Coolidge can be found halfway between the two Arizona metropolises of Phoenix and Tucson. Phoenix is about 60 miles northwest and Tucson is about 70 miles southeast. Coolidge is not too far off of Interstate 8 and is easy to get to and from, with Arizona Highway 87 and Arizona Highway 287 passing through the city.

Moving to Coolidge

It should be relatively easy to pack up and move to Coolidge. If you are looking for a home to rent, you will be pleasantly surprised by the surplus of nice places, many newly built. Coolidge is really a great deal when it comes to rental prices. There are plenty of bargains to be found. If you don't want a full-blown house, it can be a little trickier to find and apartment in Coolidge, but allowing only two to three weeks to get it all done should be sufficient.

There is no better time than another to plan a move to Coolidge. Well, that may not be true if you don't like exerting yourself in hot weather. Likely you already know what you're getting into. Coolidge is hot in the summer. Very hot, considering it is in the middle of the desert. And the winter, well that is something you will want to keep secret so you are not inundated by the relatives. Winters are quite perfect, temperature-wise.

Apartment complex staff, and increasingly more often homeowners, will need you to fill out a rental application for your move. Be prepared for a credit check, sometimes a background check, and of course you'll have to fork over the first month's rent and a deposit.

Moving to Coolidge
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It should be relatively easy to pack up and move to Coolidge. If you are looking for a home to rent, you will be pleasantly surprised by the surplus of nice places, many newly built. Coolidge is really a great deal when it comes to rental prices. There are plenty of bargains to be found. If you don't want a full-blown house, it can be a little trickier to find and apartment in Coolidge, but allowing only two to three weeks to get it all done should be sufficient.

There is no better time than another to plan a move to Coolidge. Well, that may not be true if you don't like exerting yourself in hot weather. Likely you already know what you're getting into. Coolidge is hot in the summer. Very hot, considering it is in the middle of the desert. And the winter, well that is something you will want to keep secret so you are not inundated by the relatives. Winters are quite perfect, temperature-wise.

Apartment complex staff, and increasingly more often homeowners, will need you to fill out a rental application for your move. Be prepared for a credit check, sometimes a background check, and of course you'll have to fork over the first month's rent and a deposit.

Renting in Coolidge

The center of town is clustered around Highway 287/87 and this is where you will find the majority of homes and apartments for rent in Coolidge. This main street is also known as Arizona Avenue. The city occupies five square miles of the Sonoran Desert and, while there are some ranches on the outskirts, you'll probably be looking to live with everyone else in town. It's probably easiest to conquer and divide Coolidge into east and west when trying to locate an apartment or house for rent. Highway 287/87 runs north and south and most of the apartments and homes are on the west side.

East Coolidge: There are some homes for rent in the neighborhood between Kenilworth Road and Vah Ki Inn Road. These are mostly of the one and two bedroom variety. There are two options for complexes on this side of Arizona Avenue.

West Coolidge: On the west side of Arizona Avenue is where most of the city's expansion has happened. There are lots of homes for rent here. You can find many two and three bedroom options. There are also a few more options for apartment complexes on this side of town.

Apartment Complexes

Homestead Apartments: This complex is located right in town for easy access to all the stores and restaurants. Really, you can walk to everything.

Coolidge Station Apartments and Canyon Creek Apartments: Heading east on Vah Ki Inn Road there are two complexes about a half of a mile out offering two and three bedroom apartments for rent.

Elizabeth Ann Apartments, Desert Palms Apartments, and Heritage Glen Apartments: These complexes are clustered off Vah Ki Inn Road. Heritage Glen is a senior living community with one and 2 bedroom apartments available. It's best to give these places a call, as they are not as hooked into internet searches as some of the neighboring cities. All of these available apartments, and many of the homes for rent, are within walking distance to some of the best Mexican food to be found in Arizona. Local favorites are Casa Palomino and Rolbeto's and both can be found right on Arizona Avenue.

Renting in Coolidge
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The center of town is clustered around Highway 287/87 and this is where you will find the majority of homes and apartments for rent in Coolidge. This main street is also known as Arizona Avenue. The city occupies five square miles of the Sonoran Desert and, while there are some ranches on the outskirts, you'll probably be looking to live with everyone else in town. It's probably easiest to conquer and divide Coolidge into east and west when trying to locate an apartment or house for rent. Highway 287/87 runs north and south and most of the apartments and homes are on the west side.

East Coolidge: There are some homes for rent in the neighborhood between Kenilworth Road and Vah Ki Inn Road. These are mostly of the one and two bedroom variety. There are two options for complexes on this side of Arizona Avenue.

West Coolidge: On the west side of Arizona Avenue is where most of the city's expansion has happened. There are lots of homes for rent here. You can find many two and three bedroom options. There are also a few more options for apartment complexes on this side of town.

Apartment Complexes

Homestead Apartments: This complex is located right in town for easy access to all the stores and restaurants. Really, you can walk to everything.

Coolidge Station Apartments and Canyon Creek Apartments: Heading east on Vah Ki Inn Road there are two complexes about a half of a mile out offering two and three bedroom apartments for rent.

Elizabeth Ann Apartments, Desert Palms Apartments, and Heritage Glen Apartments: These complexes are clustered off Vah Ki Inn Road. Heritage Glen is a senior living community with one and 2 bedroom apartments available. It's best to give these places a call, as they are not as hooked into internet searches as some of the neighboring cities. All of these available apartments, and many of the homes for rent, are within walking distance to some of the best Mexican food to be found in Arizona. Local favorites are Casa Palomino and Rolbeto's and both can be found right on Arizona Avenue.

Living in Coolidge

You'll be lucky to live in this moderately popular tourist destination. The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument draws people from all over the world, adding great vibrancy to the town, especially in winter. The site preserves a group of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples Hohokam structures. The structures date from the Pueblo III and Pueblo IV Eras; if you know anything about archaeology, this is a big deal. Even if you don't, the ruins are a great place to spend some time and to marvel at the feats of ancient people.

The city does a great job of providing for its residents. One example is the Coolidge Cotton Express. The Express is a shuttle that provides service to the whole town! Basically, if you live and work in Coolidge, you don't need to have a car. This might seem strange given Coolidge's rather remote location, but the city has taken care of everything. Something even better to know? The shuttle is free on Fridays.

Coolidge also provides plenty of parks and recreation activities for the citizens of the city. There is a city pool that offers swimming lessons, as well as softball, volleyball, and kickball leagues, camps for the kids, and plenty of places to get outside. City parks include North Park and San Carlos Park on the east side and Walker Park and Regional Park on the west.

Coolidge also cares about education. It is the home of Central Arizona College as well as a branch of Northern Arizona University. No need to drive the hour into Tucson or Phoenix to get a great college education. Plus, you can take the shuttle!

There are several annual events to look forward to once you move to Coolidge. The Fourth of July Parade, the Christmas Light Parade and the Easter Egg Hunt are all big draws for the city. The annual Coolidge Days brings everyone out to celebrate the town's history and heritage, and to simply have a good time together.

Coolidge is one of those rare places that offers residents a small town atmosphere with all the essentials of modern living. It could be a great place for you to next call home!

Living in Coolidge
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You'll be lucky to live in this moderately popular tourist destination. The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument draws people from all over the world, adding great vibrancy to the town, especially in winter. The site preserves a group of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples Hohokam structures. The structures date from the Pueblo III and Pueblo IV Eras; if you know anything about archaeology, this is a big deal. Even if you don't, the ruins are a great place to spend some time and to marvel at the feats of ancient people.

The city does a great job of providing for its residents. One example is the Coolidge Cotton Express. The Express is a shuttle that provides service to the whole town! Basically, if you live and work in Coolidge, you don't need to have a car. This might seem strange given Coolidge's rather remote location, but the city has taken care of everything. Something even better to know? The shuttle is free on Fridays.

Coolidge also provides plenty of parks and recreation activities for the citizens of the city. There is a city pool that offers swimming lessons, as well as softball, volleyball, and kickball leagues, camps for the kids, and plenty of places to get outside. City parks include North Park and San Carlos Park on the east side and Walker Park and Regional Park on the west.

Coolidge also cares about education. It is the home of Central Arizona College as well as a branch of Northern Arizona University. No need to drive the hour into Tucson or Phoenix to get a great college education. Plus, you can take the shuttle!

There are several annual events to look forward to once you move to Coolidge. The Fourth of July Parade, the Christmas Light Parade and the Easter Egg Hunt are all big draws for the city. The annual Coolidge Days brings everyone out to celebrate the town's history and heritage, and to simply have a good time together.

Coolidge is one of those rare places that offers residents a small town atmosphere with all the essentials of modern living. It could be a great place for you to next call home!