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87 apartments for rent near Piedmont, CA

36 Jerome Ave
Piedmont
3 Bed
$3,750
Results within 1 miles of Piedmont, CA
Haddon Pl
Lakeshore
3 Bed
$4,450
930 Glendome Circle
Glenview
3 Bed
$3,595
1007 MacArthur Blvd
Bella Vista
Studio
$2,200
6700 Heartwood Drive
Montclair
3 Bed
$4,700
2901 Macarthur Blvd #311
Dimond
2 Bed
$1,895
5575 Country Club Dr.
Upper Rockridge
4 Bed
$6,500
4141 Piedmont Ave #303
Piedmont Avenue
1 Bed
$2,495
4651 Park Blvd
Glenview
4 Bed
$4,500
455 Crescent Street
Adams Point
2 Bed
$2,750
22 Moss Ave #212
Piedmont Avenue
2 Bed
$2,595
Southshore
901 Shorepoint Ct
Studio
$1,843
1 Bed
$2,148
2 Bed
$2,820
Results within 5 miles of Piedmont, CA
The Uptown
500 William St
Studio
$2,366
1 Bed
$2,332
2 Bed
$3,241
Bridge Court
1325 40th St
1 Bed
$2,395
2 Bed
$3,495
Bay Street Apartments
5684 Bay St
1 Bed
$2,538
2 Bed
$3,413
Parc on Powell
1333 Powell St
Studio
$2,553
1 Bed
$3,420
2 Bed
$3,771
Artistry Emeryville
6401 Shellmound St
Studio
$2,449
1 Bed
$2,553
2 Bed
$3,129
Berkeley Central
2055 Center St
Studio
Ask
1 Bed
$3,383
2 Bed
$6,838
Merritt on 3rd
1130 3rd Ave
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$2,977
1633 MacArthur Blvd
Glenview
3 Bed
$3,000
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City Guide
Piedmont
Moving to Town

Looking for a home for rent in Piedmont, CA? Here you'll find rental houses, townhouses for rent and duplexes to rent in a community with very few apartment style complexes. Give yourself thirty days of lead time to research rentals in newspapers, online and in person. Walk around the area or drive the streets to find the area that suits you best. And when you find the perfect spot, come equipped with your credit report and ID to make sure you're ready to rent.

Neighborhoods

This is a coveted area with more emphasis on owners than renters, so you'll need to look carefully to find the neighborhood that's right for you.

Maxwelton Road / Echo Lane: Adjoining Diamond Canyon Park and surprisingly urban in density, the tree-lined streets of this area include primarily single-family homes and a few small apartment complexes. Many homes are historic, built before 1939, while others were constructed between 1940 and 1969. Most property here is owner-occupied.

Piedmont City Center: Also urban in density, this community consists of single-family homes and small apartment structures. While many buildings are historic, some were built from 1940 to 1969.

Life in Piedmont

Piedmont primarily contains single-family homes, with few businesses or apartment complexes. Its commercial district runs along Highland Avenue and Grand Avenue, close to the Oakland border. Shops, businesses, restaurants and nightlife are only a few blocks away, but they're technically in the surrounding community of Oakland.

Piedmont itself does have a Community Hall and Veterans' Memorial Building. There are many pretty parks on its tree-lined streets, such as Piedmont Park, Dracena Park, Crocker Park and Kennelly Skate Park. Want to play games? There are plenty of playing fields too, including Coaches, Havens and Piedmont Sports Field.

History of Homes

This community of homes was first incorporated in 1907. It was a narrow decision to make Piedmont a town rather than merely a neighborhood within Oakland.

Residents originally sought incorporation in 1907. Two elections were held among the citizens of Piedmont in 1907, both of which narrowly upheld the decision for Piedmont to become a separate city, rather than become a neighborhood within the city of Oakland. Its status as a charter city came about in 1922.

The town celebrates homey holidays, including a July 4th parade and a recent centennial anniversary. Residents enjoy services such as public libraries and post office facilities in Oakland.

Famous Names

Author Jack London wrote the classic Call of the Wild while living on Blair Avenue, and the house still stands! Clint Eastwood and rocker Country Joe McDonald also lived here.