Hawaiian Gardens, CA: 93 apartments available for rent

Last updated May 23 at 7:04AM
Results within 1 miles of Hawaiian Gardens, CA
11728 MASSINGER STREET
ABC
Lakewood, CA
Updated May 12 at 9:59AM
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
8792 LA SALLE Street
Cypress
Cypress, CA
Updated May 12 at 6:05AM
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
4214 Via Largo
Cypress
Cypress, CA
Updated May 20 at 4:15PM
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
8215 Denni Street
Cypress
Cypress, CA
Updated May 21 at 7:40AM
4 Bedrooms
$3,700
3802 Stevely Avenue
Carson Park
Long Beach, CA
Updated May 21 at 7:40AM
2 Bedrooms
$2,395
Results within 5 miles of Hawaiian Gardens, CA
13803 Cowley Ave
Bellflower
Bellflower, CA
Updated May 16 at 11:01AM
4 Bedrooms
$2,595
3330 Druid Lane
Rossmoor
Rossmoor, CA
Updated May 21 at 2:16PM
3 Bedrooms
$4,200
11570 Panay Street
Cypress
Cypress, CA
Updated May 22 at 11:47PM
5 Bedrooms
$3,300
7030 Schroll St.
Carson Park
Lakewood, CA
Updated May 22 at 5:35PM
2 Bedrooms
$2,275
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City Guide
Hawaiian Gardens
Moving to Hawaiian Gardens

Availability

A slight majority of all residential properties in Hawaiian Gardens are occupied by tenants, which means that at least half of all of these properties should become available at some point. However, it still doesn't mean that there is a large variety of rentals available. According to 2010 census data, only about 3% of these properties are available for rent at any given time, so you could encounter some stiff competition from other tenants.

Size

Hawaiian Gardens has a variety of different types of housing, so you should be able to find anything from a studio to a four-bedroom unit. However, two-bedroom apartments or a condo for rent are easiest to find, with 53 percent of all properties in the area being two-bedroom units. Three-bedroom units are also quite abundant, but studio and one-bedroom apartments are few and far between. If you have your heart set on finding a place in Hawaiian Gardens quickly, your best bet would be to look for two-bedroom apartments. If you really don't have the money for a bigger place, you can always try and recruit a roommate who would be willing to put up with all of your quirks in order to save some money and split the rent.

Rental Costs

Compared to the rest of California, rent in Hawaiian Gardens is very reasonable. Residents pay rental rates that are about 10 percent lower than the average for California. However, folks from the rest of America may not agree, as the average rent for Hawaiian Gardens is still 35 percent higher than the national average.

Neighborhoods of Hawaiian Gardens

Being Los Angeles County's smallest city, Hawaiian Gardens has just two main neighborhoods. Within these neighborhoods, however, there's quite a bit to see and do.

Belshire Avenue / 222nd Street: This is very much a residential area with houses and apartment blocks. Some professional businesses are found along N. Norwalk Blvd., and this is also where residents can catch a bus. Lee Ware Park is situated in this area, which features a lovely recreation center geared to entertain and educate. The recreation center offers classes, arts, games, sport activities, computer access, tutoring, and even help with homework. The center also arranges interesting excursions every now and then.

City Center: The City Center is the hot spot for the shopaholics of Hawaiian Gardens. Most businesses can be found along N. Norwalk Boulevard, with a large Walmart situated at its corner with Carson Street. Both these streets have plenty of bus stops, making things easy for shoppers from other areas. You will be able to find some delicious eats here -- apparently San Pedro's Tacos are the best in the county and Wienerschnitzel has great German food. Those in the mood for some fun in the sun can head to Pioneer Park or Clarksdale Park, of which the latter is the largest. Clarksdale Park is a haven for skaters and basketball players, but it also has a water park for those who are fond of getting wet.

Life in Hawaiian Gardens

Hawaiian Gardens has had quite a face-lift recently. The city council, residents, and local businesses have been working together for the past decade or so to improve the services to and the quality of life of the people of Hawaiian Gardens. Local shop fronts have been upgraded, recreation facilities have been expanded, and law enforcement has been tightened. Local parks and roads have also been improved.

Although there is a decent bus system that allows residents to commute to other cities in the vicinity, people from Hawaiian Gardens seem to prefer taking their own cars. It takes most residents about 30 minutes or less to get to work, and they prefer having their own wheels. After you get tired driving around, head over to Julian's Mexican Food Restaurant or Valentino's Pizzeria for some grub.

The fruit stand may be gone, but Hawaiian Gardens is still a great place to live. It's a community that works together with its citizens to create a better city.