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79 apartments for rent near East Palo Alto, CA

1003 Plover Lane
East Palo Alto
3 Bed
$4,995
2914 SANDRA PLACE
Midtown
3 Bed
$7,100
3727 Heron Way
East Palo Alto
3 Bed
$5,100
3705 Heron Way
East Palo Alto
3 Bed
$4,995
274 Walter Hays Dr.
Duveneck - St. Francis
4 Bed
$7,895
164 Wisteria Dr
East Palo Alto
Studio
$3,600
1995 Newell Rd.
Leland Manor
3 Bed
$5,900
Results within 1 miles of East Palo Alto, CA
Parker Palo Alto
1094 Tanland Dr
1 Bed
$2,463
2 Bed
$2,834
3 Bed
$3,885
777 Hamilton
777 Hamilton Ave
1 Bed
$3,410
2 Bed
$4,197
3 Bed
$5,475
539 Lytton Avenue
Downtown North
2 Bed
$4,200
332 Cowper Street
Downtown North
3 Bed
$5,500
Results within 5 miles of East Palo Alto, CA
100 Moffett
100 Moffett Blvd
1 Bed
$3,740
2 Bed
$5,235
Montrose
1720 W El Camino Real
1 Bed
$3,275
2 Bed
$4,495
Franklin 299
299 Franklin St
Studio
$2,578
1 Bed
$2,906
2 Bed
$3,901
Park Place
851 Church St
Studio
Ask
1 Bed
$2,731
2 Bed
$3,216
Reserve at Mountain View
870 E El Camino Real
1 Bed
$2,775
2 Bed
$3,030
Madera
455 W Evelyn Ave
1 Bed
$3,557
2 Bed
$4,898
Elan Menlo Park
3645 Haven Ave
1 Bed
$3,395
2 Bed
$3,855
3 Bed
$4,675
Park Place South
800 High School Way
1 Bed
$2,976
2 Bed
$3,522
3 Bed
Ask
Central Park At Whisman Station
100 N Whisman Rd
1 Bed
$3,435
2 Bed
$3,145
3 Bed
$4,115
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City Guide
East Palo Alto
Moving to East Palo Alto

This community has become a great place to live. Moving here is not as hard as in some cities but it's not simple either. You need to amass a portfolio with recent pay slips, references from your employer and past landlords. It also helps to have a couple of personal references and if you have pets be sure to have your previous landlord mention how great Fluffy was to have around. Expect to pay a hefty deposit for yourself and another for any pets.

East Palo Alto Neighborhoods

There are 4 distinct neighborhoods in East Palo Alto and the one thing that they all have in common is the heavy availability and use of public transportation. But you may want to check out parking if you do own a car. Most apartment buildings have designated parking.

Ravenswood: This is a great name for a cool community. A large portion of this neighborhood lies on the water, making for a great historic district and a wide availability of recreational activities. Boating is popular for those in this neighborhood. Has really awesome festivals, restaurants and events. The rental market is tight here so be ready to write a check for anything that appeals to you.

Pulgas: Like Ravenswood, Pulgas is on the water. It boasts an awesome historic district, along with plenty of shops and entertainment within walking distance.

City Center: The buildings here are older, most having been built between 1940 and 1970. That said, there has been something of a revitalization going on and rentals are scarce. Be prepared to jump if you find one!

Woodland Avenue: Luckily houses aren't the predominant form of housing here; Woodland is almost entirely comprised of apartments. There seems to be plenty in the way of vacancies.