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154 apartments for rent near Alhambra, CA

Last updated January 21 at 11:24AM
88 at Alhambra Place
88 S Garfield Ave
Updated January 21 at 11:15AM
Studio
$1,995
1 Bed
$2,265
2 Bed
$2,830
Luxe 1801
1801 E Garvey Ave S
Updated November 24 at 12:01AM
Studio
$1,550
1 Bed
$1,600
2 Bed
$2,425
South Olive
241 S Olive Ave
Updated November 28 at 6:57PM
Studio
$1,290
1 Bed
$1,400
2 Bed
Ask
500 N Electric Avenue
Alhambra
Updated December 22 at 4:45AM
1 Bed
$1,525
110 S Chapel Ave
Alhambra
Updated January 20 at 5:36PM
1 Bed
$1,495
1 W Pine St
Alhambra
Updated January 6 at 11:37AM
2 Bed
$1,745
816 Novelda Road
Alhambra
Updated December 16 at 4:32AM
2 Bed
$2,750
24 N Vega Street
Alhambra
Updated January 17 at 12:01PM
3 Bed
$2,800
Results within 1 miles of Alhambra, CA
611 Indiana Place
South Pasadena
Updated December 30 at 5:37AM
3 Bed
$3,800
121 N McPherrin Ave
Alhambra
Updated December 17 at 12:03PM
2 Bed
$1,600
801 Meridian Avenue
South Pasadena
Updated January 13 at 5:17AM
2 Bed
$3,250
1301 S Atlantic Boulevard
Montebello
Updated January 20 at 3:33AM
2 Bed
$1,800
5036 TEMPLETON Street
Lincoln Heights
Updated January 14 at 4:11AM
2 Bed
$1,800
1360 Wentworth Avenue
Oak Knoll
Updated January 4 at 1:28PM
3 Bed
$6,100
208 N Orange Avenue
Garvey
Updated January 4 at 1:32PM
4 Bed
$2,450
2176 Adair Street
San Marino
Updated January 20 at 3:33AM
4 Bed
$5,500
815 FAIRVIEW Avenue
South Pasadena
Updated December 8 at 8:04PM
2 Bed
$3,000
1354 Garfield Ave
San Marino
Updated January 21 at 11:24AM
5 Bed
$6,500
5130 Templeton St
Lincoln Heights
Updated January 13 at 5:28PM
3 Bed
$2,300
1770 Grevelia St
South Pasadena
Updated January 19 at 10:54AM
1 Bed
$1,845
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City Guide
Alhambra
Let’s Get Down to Business, Shall We?

Numerous banking centers, retail destinations, and medical facilities are located on the Valley Boulevard Corridor, while the Main Street, Fremont Avenue and Mission-Palm business districts combine to give the local economy a supercharged shot in the arm as well.

The Gridlock that Plagues L.A.

News flash: Traffic getting in and out of, and around, Los Angeles is frequently about as pleasant as a tequila hangover, so if you’re making the daily trek into the heart of the City of Angeles, get ready to “become one” with your car. Public transit is available (the Metro Bus hits up all the major Southland communities including Pasadena, L.A., Highland Park, San Gabriel, Paramount, Altadena and many others). Our advice: Invest in some quality sessions with a hypnotist who can convince you that soul-sucking traffic is actually your friend. On the bright side, driving within Alhambra’s city limits is generally headache-free and parking is rarely an issue (19 free public parking lots dot the downtown streets).

Ain’t no Party like an Alhambra Party

Okay, maybe we’re exaggerating a bit, but the truth is that you’ll never really run out of things to do while living in Alhambra. The city and its surrounding areas boast countless entertainment options including a variety of museums, theaters, public art displays, parks, and after-hours hotspots. The annual Lunar New Year’s Festival remains popular among residents while the downtown Main Street District, with its variety of shops, restaurants, and bars, is frequently buzzing both day and night. As an Alhambra apartment dweller, you’ll also find yourself in close proximity to the rest of the L.A. area’s attractions such as Disneyland, Catalina Island, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Rose Bowl, and a variety of professional sports venues.

Scouting It Out

Alhambra’s 30,000-plus residential units include new, old, and refurbished apartments, lofts, and condos, as well as mixed use commercial/residential high rises (especially in the downtown area), and grandiose historic homes (mostly in the Midwick Tract and Emery Park neighborhoods). Do plenty of research online about a neighborhood and an apartment complex before scheduling a visit, but even more importantly, visit an area of town to see with your own eyes if you’re comfortable with its ambiance, pace of life, and amenities.

Renting Tips and Tricks

A few things to keep in mind before scouring the listings for your future homestead: Unlike other Southland communities where it’s a rat race to score the few apartments that occasionally pop up, rentals are pretty much always available in Alhambra, where more than 5 percent of them are currently vacant. Move-in specials can frequently be found (especially in the newer mixed-use complexes on Main and along the western edge), so don’t rush into a lease until you’re positive you’ve found your dream abode. Requirements for renters can be a little stiffer in SolCal than some renters are used to, and many landlords run fairly in-depth credit/backgrounds on prospective tenants. Your record doesn’t have to be squeaky clean necessarily, but if you have a history of reneging on apartment leases or using your credit bills only to practice origami, you’ll need a credible (and overly trusting) co-signer to seal the deal. Also, be prepared to show proof of income and your most recent 3-4 paycheck stubs when submitting a leasing application. Most leases in Alhambra are for a full year, although a handful of properties offer short-term and month-to-month deals as well (usually at a cost of at least an extra hundred bucks a month). It’s not hard to find pet-friendly rentals in Alhambra, but, again, expect to pay an extra $100 or more each month if you’re bringing a four-legged friend along. Landlords sometimes have drastically different rules regarding pets, roommates, and even late-night visitors, so peruse your lease carefully before attaching your John Hancock to it.

### Finally:

When calculating your budget, be sure to set a few bucks aside each week for the price of pastrami. Yes, pastrami. “The Hat,” a local legend of a restaurant that serves up its “world famous pastrami” at a rate of about 14 tons a week, is sure to become a popular destination for any carnivorous renter in Alhambra. And now it’s time to get to work and scour the listings for your future Alhambra stomping grounds. Best of luck, happy hunting, and welcome to SoCal!