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173 Apartments for rent in Signal Hill, CA

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2156 Gaviota Avenue
2156 Gaviota Avenue, Signal Hill, CA
Civic Center
1 Bedroom
$1,400
600 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:09 PM
ONE BEDROOM, ONE BATH, DOWNSTAIRS , FRENCH DOOR, CLOSE TO BEACH, FREEWAYS, COSTCO, HOME DEPOT, MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH, CAL STATE LONG BEACH, THE METRO BLUE LINE, WALK TO SCHOOLS, PARK, CITY HALL, LIBRARY, SHOPPING CENTER, MUST SEE TO
1 Unit Available
2070 Dawson Avenue
2070 Dawson Avenue, Signal Hill, CA
Southeast Signal Hill
2 Bedrooms
$3,195
1320 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:08 PM
BEAUTIFULLY UPGRADED SIGNAL HILL DUPLEX: Welcome home to this modern unit that features hardwood floors throughout, lots of natural lighting and amazing views.
1 Unit Available
2296 Gaviota Avenue
2296 Gaviota Avenue, Signal Hill, CA
Civic Center
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
1041 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:08 PM
Remodeled 2 bedroom Condo with Master bedroom and Bath, Perfect for a Professional couple, This gated community with 2 parking spaces, Has laundry onsite, a Jacuzzi and Sauna.
1 Unit Available
2959 Hathaway Court
2959 Hathaway Court, Signal Hill, CA
Hilltop
3 Bedrooms
$4,000
2269 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:08 PM
Wonderful 3 bedroom PLUS loft (4th Bed) home in the exclusive community of "Hathaway Ridge" on the North side of Signal Hill.
1 Unit Available
2022 Dawson Ave
2022 Dawson Avenue, Signal Hill, CA
Southeast Signal Hill
2 Bedrooms
$2,995
Last updated September 19 at 11:51 AM
Front unit of charming Signal Hill Duplex - Property Id: 366460 Two bedroom one bath unit with spacious covered patio featuring scenic views. Washer and dryer, dishwasher, and covered parking all included.
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Hathaway
3500 Hathaway Ave, Long Beach, CA
Traffic Circle
1 Bedroom
$1,815
535 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,170
873 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 07:42 PM
Just minutes from Long Beach. Pet-friendly apartment community boasts stunning mountain and city views. Floor plans feature spacious closets and private balconies. On-site amenities include two swimming pools, reserved covered car parking and laundry facilities.
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8 Units Available
Bay Hill Apartments
3801 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA
Traffic Circle
1 Bedroom
$2,138
772 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,603
1084 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 07:42 PM
Yards from Los Alamitos Circle and Community Hospital of Long Beach. Modern apartments with luxury kitchen, furniture, patio/balcony, and private laundry. Residents have use of a pool, sauna, and hot tub.
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7 Units Available
The Landing at Long Beach
1613 Ximeno Ave, Long Beach, CA
Traffic Circle
1 Bedroom
$2,130
522 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,470
862 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 06:42 PM
Due to Covid-19 Our Leasing office is open by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please Call 562-242-0191 or Email TheLandinglb.cd@fpimgt.com or TheLandinglb.assist@fpimgt.
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1 Unit Available
2065 Locust Ave
2065 Locust Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Southeast Wrigley
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
5 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 19 at 06:15 PM
Section 8 Approved Wood floors, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and cherry wood cabinetry. This large unit has plenty of space and is in a great location on a quiet street within walking distance of the Metrolink.
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1 Unit Available
2127 Pacific Ave
2127 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA
South Wrigley
1 Bedroom
$1,300
Last updated September 19 at 06:03 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 2127 Pacific Ave in Long Beach. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
3579 Cerritos Avenue
3579 Cerritos Avenue, Long Beach, CA
California Heights
4 Bedrooms
$4,595
1713 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:09 PM
Rare lease opportunity for an Executive Home in highly desirable California Heights! This 4 bed/2 bath Spanish charmer is move-in ready, boasting a fabulous remodeled kitchen with all new stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops, and white
1 Unit Available
1169 E 36th Street
1169 36th Street, Long Beach, CA
California Heights
3 Bedrooms
$3,300
1179 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:09 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1169 E 36th Street in Long Beach. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
770 Junipero Ave
770 Junipero Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Eastside
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
950 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:08 PM
A newly renovated modern twist of the1920's Craftsman triplex in Rose Park Historical district.
1 Unit Available
1150 Ohio Avenue
1150 Ohio Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Eastside
2 Bedrooms
$1,899
950 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:08 PM
Large 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment is approx. 950 Sq. ft.//1 CAR GARAGE WITH ROOM FOR A 2ND CAR OUTSIDE THE GARAGE DOOR// Air Conditioning//NEW STOVE//18 Cu. ft.
1 Unit Available
754 Raymond Avenue
754 Raymond Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Central Long Beach
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1314 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:08 PM
Charming home in the Rose Park area. 3 bedrooms 1 bath plus an additional half bath in the 2 car detached garage. Newer laminate wood floors in living, dining room & hallways. Tile floors in kitchen, breakfast area & bathroom. Carpets in bedrooms.
1 Unit Available
1770 Ximeno Avenue
1770 Ximeno Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Traffic Circle
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
998 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 08:08 PM
Nice corner unit available to rent now. Corner unit facing Ximeno. Beautiful bamboo floors, good size kitchen and spacious bedrooms. Newly painted and ready for a tenant. Building has a pool and a recreation room for use thru the HOA.
1 Unit Available
2211 Cedar Avenue
2211 Cedar Avenue, Long Beach, CA
South Wrigley
2 Bedrooms
$1,875
1000 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 07:43 PM
*** Text "Rental" to 797-979 to receive a text with a list of our current properties for rent *** - Address: 2211 Cedar Avenue #303, Long Beach, CA, 90806 - Rent: $1,875 Per Month - Deposit: $2,300 - 600+ Credit Score Required - Bedrooms: 2 -
1 Unit Available
125 East 20th Street
125 East 20th Street, Long Beach, CA
Southeast Wrigley
1 Bedroom
$1,295
550 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 07:43 PM
*** Text "Rental" to 797-979 to receive a text with a list of our current properties for rent *** - Address: 125 E.
1 Unit Available
2350 Cedar Ave - 3
2350 Cedar Avenue, Long Beach, CA
South Wrigley
1 Bedroom
$1,550
700 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 05:56 PM
parking garage available for additional $150.00 a month
1 Unit Available
1060 Walnut Ave - 204
1060 Walnut Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Central Long Beach
1 Bedroom
$1,550
615 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 05:56 PM
Beautiful 1bed/1bath Lush landscaping and a tranquil courtyard, complete with fountain await you. The building has an elevator and secured, gated parking. The entrance has controlled access through a Sentex Entry System.
1 Unit Available
906 Gladys Avenue, Unit A
906 Gladys Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Eastside
1 Bedroom
$1,445
350 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 05:56 PM
So much charm in this custom Tiny Home in Rose Park. Set in the back of a Single Family Residence, this Tiny Home is set apart, and is private. As you walk back you are in a peaceful setting with ambient water fountain sounds, in a secluded yard.
1 Unit Available
1075 Gladys Avenue - G
1075 Gladys Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Eastside
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
750 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 05:56 PM
Property Address: 1075 Gladys Avenue #G Long Beach, CA 90804 For questions or showing times please text or call Nayeli 310-408-8394 or email nayeli @ entouragepm.com You'll love this beautifully remodeled 2 bedroom/2 bath.
1 Unit Available
3516 E Ransom St 105
3516 Ransom Street, Long Beach, CA
Bryant School
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
800 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 11:51 AM
2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Condo with 2 Balconies and One Carport!! - This amazing condo is beautiful and features a great layout and even a fireplace! It is above the carport garage and on the second level.
1 Unit Available
1880 Locust Ave 306
1880 Locust Avenue, Long Beach, CA
Southeast Wrigley
1 Bedroom
$1,800
Last updated September 19 at 11:51 AM
Beautifully renovated 2 bedroom for rent - Property Id: 327501 (UPDATE-Due to the COVID-19 we are unable to provide tours in the traditional way. We are however providing virtual tours for the safety and convenience of all of our prospects.
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Apartment Rentals in Signal Hill start at $1,400/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Signal Hill. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California Institute of Technology, Pacific Oaks College, California State University-Fullerton, University of California-Irvine, and University of California-Los Angeles.
City GuideSignal Hill
Before urbanization blocked sight lines with walls, roof lines, towers and palm trees, you could actually clearly see the hill that gives the city part of its name. As for the other part, long ago signal fires were lit on this hill that could be seen even from Catalina Island.
Before urbanization blocked sight lines with walls, roof lines, towers and palm trees, you could actually clearly see the hill that gives the city part of its name. As for the other part, long ago signal fires were lit on this hill that could be seen even from Catalina Island.

After it became part of a ranch, Signal Hill was supposed to be a tiny enclave heralded by a few mansions. But in 1917, oil wells sprouted across the landscape, making the city one of the most productive oil fields in the country. Only a few of the gushers remain. In their place rose houses, offices and parks -- maybe more green space than you expect to find in just 2.2 square miles. Fortunately, the 11,465 residents (per 2010 census) are okay with all those trees and fields.

Moving to Signal Hill

The warm California sun is good for more than tanning yourself. It also makes it easy to move to the city any time of year. There's no need to worry about freezing your fingers while carrying your box of belongings or digging through a snowdrift to get to your front door. Just think about the time of day. Avoid rush hour, especially if you're paying hourly rates, or your stuff will spend more time parked on the freeway than it does being unloaded. Try weekend mornings for the least traffic on I-405, Signal Hill's connecting freeway.

If you're coming by air, Long Beach Airport is just right across the 405. But if you're from out of state, brace yourself for a slap in the face from the rents. Monthly rates can easily be double what you're used to, although not quite as much if you're from a major metro area. The higher fee does get you some perks. Off-street parking, swimming pools and laundry facilities are common to most complexes.

You're not going to be getting a break from the rent, not when hoards of new arrivals constantly flood the area to enjoy the fair weather. But if you want to try the haggling approach, you're more likely to meet success with owners of house rentals or those who have a single apartment out back. With either complex or solo owner, make sure your monthly income is at least three or four times the rent. But your landlords aren't heartless; they know how expensive it is to live here because they're most likely from out of state like almost everyone else. They're pretty easygoing if you want to split expenses among two or more roommates.

Neighborhoods in Signal Hill

Unusual among So Cal neighborhoods, Signal Hill has a high Walk Score of 74. You can tool around town without a car as long as you stay within city limits. Though technically in Long Beach, the nearest Blue Line Station, Willow Street, even connects directly to downtown Los Angeles. But heading out of town usually means hopping onto the frequently jam-packed 405 freeway. Here are your three main choices in neighborhoods:

City Center: Many folks in this neighborhood are renters, so most of the apartment complexes in Signal Hill are located here. Big consumers can indulge in everything from big box stores like Best Buy to small independents, like Rocco's Deli Italiano. (Try any of the stomach-busting foot-long sandwiches.) If you're a medical wannabe, the American University of Health Sciences will give you the skills you need for a job.

Sea Breeze Manor Apartments: This community boasts townhouse style living with one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent. Yep, they do have the expected laundry, off-street parking and pool. And as a bonus, they do allow small pets.

Signal Hill (Redondo Ave / E Pacific Coast Highway): The priciest of the three communities counts the hill, its topper of a Hilltop Park, and any place that might have a view as its biggest features. You'll also have 50 percent fewer neighbors here than you would at the City Center because about half of the residents are single-family homeowners. Check out the Friday night tasting at The Wine Country for vintages from small producers.

2510 E Willow: Don't be put off by the lack of a formal moniker for this complex, which actually consists of condos for rent. You'll still get perks like a pool and hot tub. However, this community also offers two underground spaces, a fireplace, tennis court, fitness center, balcony or patio and a fitness center. So don't expect a discount for lack of name.

Northern (E 33rd St / California Ave): The Willow Street station is closest to here, and the 405 divides the area in two, making this neighborhood ideal if you want to leave your car behind. If you're into the new, about a third of the properties here were built in the current century. Half of the residents live in apartments for rent. Head for Koral USA to find the right togs for your MMA fight. But get your do done first at the Milano Collection Wig and Hair Salon.

Living in Signal Hill

So what if your rental doesn't include outdoor space for sunbathing? Signal Hill offers lots of manicured greenery in which you can catch some rays. The biggest belongs to the ten acres of Signal Hill Park for barbecuing under sheltered picnic tables, meeting at the community room or shooting hoops at the basketball court. Literally located at the apex of the city is Hilltop Park. Play Big Brother by using one of the telescopes to spy on your neighbors or enjoy the views as far away as Catalina Island or downtown LA.

Let's forget that you're right next door to Long Beach and all the coastline and big-city attractions that it has to offer. You can stay local by volunteering to organize or having fun at community events. A favorite summer soir̩e is the City Celebration and Picnic, which brings you good, music, classic cars and craft booths during the day, and at night, both silent and sound films at the community center. Fancy yourself a police officer? While you won't be wearing the uniform, you can hobnob with law enforcement by being a police volunteer to connect the community with enforcement services. And naturally, you'll find all the expected holiday celebrations like a Halloween Carnival, an Easter Egg Hunt and a Breakfast with Santa and Tree Lighting Ceremony.

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City GuideSignal Hill
Before urbanization blocked sight lines with walls, roof lines, towers and palm trees, you could actually clearly see the hill that gives the city part of its name. As for the other part, long ago signal fires were lit on this hill that could be seen even from Catalina Island.
Before urbanization blocked sight lines with walls, roof lines, towers and palm trees, you could actually clearly see the hill that gives the city part of its name. As for the other part, long ago signal fires were lit on this hill that could be seen even from Catalina Island.

After it became part of a ranch, Signal Hill was supposed to be a tiny enclave heralded by a few mansions. But in 1917, oil wells sprouted across the landscape, making the city one of the most productive oil fields in the country. Only a few of the gushers remain. In their place rose houses, offices and parks -- maybe more green space than you expect to find in just 2.2 square miles. Fortunately, the 11,465 residents (per 2010 census) are okay with all those trees and fields.

Moving to Signal Hill

The warm California sun is good for more than tanning yourself. It also makes it easy to move to the city any time of year. There's no need to worry about freezing your fingers while carrying your box of belongings or digging through a snowdrift to get to your front door. Just think about the time of day. Avoid rush hour, especially if you're paying hourly rates, or your stuff will spend more time parked on the freeway than it does being unloaded. Try weekend mornings for the least traffic on I-405, Signal Hill's connecting freeway.

If you're coming by air, Long Beach Airport is just right across the 405. But if you're from out of state, brace yourself for a slap in the face from the rents. Monthly rates can easily be double what you're used to, although not quite as much if you're from a major metro area. The higher fee does get you some perks. Off-street parking, swimming pools and laundry facilities are common to most complexes.

You're not going to be getting a break from the rent, not when hoards of new arrivals constantly flood the area to enjoy the fair weather. But if you want to try the haggling approach, you're more likely to meet success with owners of house rentals or those who have a single apartment out back. With either complex or solo owner, make sure your monthly income is at least three or four times the rent. But your landlords aren't heartless; they know how expensive it is to live here because they're most likely from out of state like almost everyone else. They're pretty easygoing if you want to split expenses among two or more roommates.

Neighborhoods in Signal Hill

Unusual among So Cal neighborhoods, Signal Hill has a high Walk Score of 74. You can tool around town without a car as long as you stay within city limits. Though technically in Long Beach, the nearest Blue Line Station, Willow Street, even connects directly to downtown Los Angeles. But heading out of town usually means hopping onto the frequently jam-packed 405 freeway. Here are your three main choices in neighborhoods:

City Center: Many folks in this neighborhood are renters, so most of the apartment complexes in Signal Hill are located here. Big consumers can indulge in everything from big box stores like Best Buy to small independents, like Rocco's Deli Italiano. (Try any of the stomach-busting foot-long sandwiches.) If you're a medical wannabe, the American University of Health Sciences will give you the skills you need for a job.

Sea Breeze Manor Apartments: This community boasts townhouse style living with one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent. Yep, they do have the expected laundry, off-street parking and pool. And as a bonus, they do allow small pets.

Signal Hill (Redondo Ave / E Pacific Coast Highway): The priciest of the three communities counts the hill, its topper of a Hilltop Park, and any place that might have a view as its biggest features. You'll also have 50 percent fewer neighbors here than you would at the City Center because about half of the residents are single-family homeowners. Check out the Friday night tasting at The Wine Country for vintages from small producers.

2510 E Willow: Don't be put off by the lack of a formal moniker for this complex, which actually consists of condos for rent. You'll still get perks like a pool and hot tub. However, this community also offers two underground spaces, a fireplace, tennis court, fitness center, balcony or patio and a fitness center. So don't expect a discount for lack of name.

Northern (E 33rd St / California Ave): The Willow Street station is closest to here, and the 405 divides the area in two, making this neighborhood ideal if you want to leave your car behind. If you're into the new, about a third of the properties here were built in the current century. Half of the residents live in apartments for rent. Head for Koral USA to find the right togs for your MMA fight. But get your do done first at the Milano Collection Wig and Hair Salon.

Living in Signal Hill

So what if your rental doesn't include outdoor space for sunbathing? Signal Hill offers lots of manicured greenery in which you can catch some rays. The biggest belongs to the ten acres of Signal Hill Park for barbecuing under sheltered picnic tables, meeting at the community room or shooting hoops at the basketball court. Literally located at the apex of the city is Hilltop Park. Play Big Brother by using one of the telescopes to spy on your neighbors or enjoy the views as far away as Catalina Island or downtown LA.

Let's forget that you're right next door to Long Beach and all the coastline and big-city attractions that it has to offer. You can stay local by volunteering to organize or having fun at community events. A favorite summer soir̩e is the City Celebration and Picnic, which brings you good, music, classic cars and craft booths during the day, and at night, both silent and sound films at the community center. Fancy yourself a police officer? While you won't be wearing the uniform, you can hobnob with law enforcement by being a police volunteer to connect the community with enforcement services. And naturally, you'll find all the expected holiday celebrations like a Halloween Carnival, an Easter Egg Hunt and a Breakfast with Santa and Tree Lighting Ceremony.