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54 apartments for rent in Coronado, CA

Broadstone Coronado on the Bay
1515 Second St
Studio
$1,718
1 Bed
$2,352
2 Bed
$3,039
52 Montego Ct.
Coronado
2 Bed
$4,000
911 E Avenue
Coronado
3 Bed
$8,500
120 C Ave
Coronado
2 Bed
$12,000
38 Mardi Gras Ct
Coronado
2 Bed
$4,200
1830 Avenida Del Mundo
Coronado
2 Bed
$15,000
952 I Avenue
Coronado
4 Bed
$4,750
1150 Pine Street
Coronado
6 Bed
$40,000
1760 Avenida del Mundo
Coronado
2 Bed
$15,000
1760 Avenida del Mundo Unit 1404
Coronado
3 Bed
$25,000
1760 Avenida del Mundo Unit 507
Coronado
1 Bed
$4,300
30 Mardi Gras
Coronado
2 Bed
$2,950
546 Palm Avenue
Coronado
4 Bed
$5,300
2 Pine Court
Coronado
3 Bed
$4,800
751 G Avenue
Coronado
2 Bed
$3,300
941 G Avenue
Coronado
Studio
$4,000
811 1st Street
Coronado
4 Bed
$23,000
1210 Third
Coronado
3 Bed
$12,500
810 D Avenue
Coronado
2 Bed
$4,000
724 E Ave
Coronado
2 Bed
$3,200
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City Guide
Coronado
Moving to Coronado

If you plan to rent in Coronado, youre not alone. About 40 percent of residents here rent, but fortunately the vacancy rate is pretty high compared to the rest of the country. This could be because some visitors are only seasonal, renting a home for summer vacation only. Lucky them! That means you'll find it easiest to search for house rentals and apartments in the fall or winter. Just be prepared to provide proof of income, references, and a deposit.

Oh yeah, and prepare yourself for a big shock when it comes to prices here. You're jaw could possibly skydive to the floor. The cost of living is more than double what you'll find elsewhere. That's right. But you know what they say: Double the trouble, double the fun. Or something. Most 1-bedroom apartments start within reason--sort of--with luxury apartments easily creeping into the "yikes" price range.

A Rundown on Neighborhoods

Coronado has several neighborhoods with a variety of housing options. Here's an overview of some of the most popular areas, with affordability designated by number of dollar signs.

Bay Front: This area has great views of the bay, the convenience of Ferry Landing Marketplace and Coronado Sharp Hospital nearby. For the hypochondriacs. $$$$

Coronado Cays: You'll find upscale condos, townhomes, and large house rentals in this gated community. $$$$

Village Core: The condos and homes here are in walking distance of Orange Ave and all its businesses. It's the largest neighborhood in Coronado and has several parks, schools, and churches. Great spot for families with young whippersnappers. Whatever those are. $$$

Ocean Front: This area has lots of historic, custom homes and gorgeous views of the ocean. If postcard-worthy scenic vistas are your thing. It is minutes from the Hotel Del Coronado and various shops and places to eat.$$$

Lifestyles of Coronado

Public transportation in the area is decent, with a free shuttle available during the summer.There are also paid shuttles, cabs, and even ferries for those non-landlubbers. The Metropolitan Transit System offers bus routes that can take you around Coronado Island and into San Diego. Despite the many transportation options, more than half of the residents here commute to work, usually about 20 minutes each way. Not too shabby.

So are you ready to move to this fun, famous vacation destination? You're probably at least curious enough to visit and enjoy a drink on the patio of the Hotel Del Coronado, you know, for research purposes.