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75 apartments for rent near Richmond, CA

The Tides
3185 Garrity Way
1 Bed
$2,469
2 Bed
$2,170
1622 Bissell Ave.
City Center
2 Bed
$1,700
Washington Ave
Point Richmond
1 Bed
$2,490
Water St
Point Richmond
1 Bed
$2,000
710 23rd Street
Belding Woods
Studio
$5,000
199 Bayside Court
Marina Bay
2 Bed
$2,650
1004 Cedar Terrace
San Pablo
3 Bed
$3,000
5332 Cerro Sur
Carriage Hills South
4 Bed
$2,800
Vue at 3600
3600 Sierra Ridge Rd
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$1,900
841 S 46th St
Marina Bay
3 Bed
$2,500
827 33RD ST
Belding Woods
2 Bed
$1,750
102 Seacliff Court
Point Richmond
3 Bed
$4,200
Results within 1 miles of Richmond, CA
3690 San Pablo Dam Rd
El Sobrante
Studio
$1,525
3716 Black Feather Drive
May Valley
4 Bed
$2,800
Bel View Ct
El Cerrito
2 Bed
$3,950
Madison St
Albany
3 Bed
$1,000
Results within 5 miles of Richmond, CA
Aventine Apartments
1375 Sycamore Ave
Studio
$2,175
1 Bed
$2,250
2 Bed
$2,595
Berkeley Apartments - Fine Arts
2110 Haste St
Studio
$2,740
1 Bed
$2,855
2 Bed
$3,269
Larkspur Courts
100 Old Quarry Rd N
1 Bed
$2,645
2 Bed
$2,821
3 Bed
$4,095
Berkeley Apartments - Gaia
2116 Allston Way
1 Bed
$3,000
2 Bed
$3,711
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City Guide
Richmond
Location, Location, Location

For those who fall in the "Dont Know Anything About East Bay" category, its located in California, in the north, across from San Francisco. It has excellent public transportation, some of the best in the nation, which includes Ferry Service, Amtrak and BART, or Bay Area Rapid Transit. Buses are also common sights. Whats especially nice about Richmond's location, as opposed to the city of SF or more southern destinations, is the weather. Oh goodness, the weather. SF suffers from heavy, dense fog year round, but Richmond, while foggy in the southern parts, is Mediterranean in climate. Warm, sunny and mild.

One more notable advantage of Richmond's position in the bay: it has the most waterfront adjacent areas of any Bay Area city. Take that, murder rate naysayers!

The heady entertainments of The City (SF) are really quite close by, and if you cant bring yourself to make it the 20-30 minutes via public transit, there are oodles of things to do in Richmond itself. So calm down, you.

Future Perfect

If youre thinking of settling here for a good long while, whether renting or owning or both or neither or whatever, then you should know this place is moving forward full speed ahead. Housing is being built by the dozens of units (every kind of home: apartments, townhomes, houses).

There are as many renters as owners, so regardless of what you pick, youre in good company. Theres just one itty bitty, tiny, hardly worth mentioning microscopic issue: low vacancy rates. But theyre building housing all over the darn place, so that will free up shortly.

Neighborhoods

There are five main neighborhoods, more or less, in Richmond and each of them can be broken down further into smaller divisions. The late improvements happening in Richmond mean more neighborhoods are developing defined qualities and generating more interest. Any future buyers or renters should get on the ground and explore more thoroughly if possible.

Central/East Richmond: There are lots of parks and walkable areas.

North Richmond: Inexpensive area and neighborhood.

Point Richmond/Marina: The Point, as its known locally, is home to all the best stuff, from parks, museums and bike trails to small town feels.

Hilltop: If you like row houses, townhomes and other smaller, cuter accommodations like two bedroom apartments, this is your jam spot. It has walkable districts and a decent vacancy rate. Its also fairly affordable for these parts.

Richmond, obviously, is a fascinating town on the bay. Richmond is poised to have and do great things in the next few years and/or decades, and you could be there when it happens.