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343 apartments for rent in West Palm Beach, FL

Loftin Place
805 N Olive Ave
1 Bed
2 Bed
Azalea Village
4200 Community Dr
1 Bed
2 Bed
IMT at the Villages
1400 Village Blvd
1 Bed
2 Bed
612 Putter Pl
Golfview Heights
4 Bed
5440 N Ocean Drive
West Palm Beach
1 Bed
5440 N Ocean Drive Unit 607
West Palm Beach
2 Bed
506 41st Street
North Palm Beach
2 Bed
Century Village
1 Bed
4171 San Marino Boulevard
Emerald Isle at Laguna Lakes
1 Bed
7709 Azalea Court
Ibis Golf and Country Club
3 Bed
2896 Hidden Hills Road
Emerald Dunes
3 Bed
400 N Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach
3 Bed
38 Bedford B
Century Village
1 Bed
995 Lake Terry Drive
West Palm Beach
3 Bed
5150 N Ocean Drive
West Palm Beach
3 Bed
5961 Forest Hill Boulevard
West Palm Beach
2 Bed
3000 Presidential
President Country Club
2 Bed
3507 Village Boulevard
Condominiums of Whitehall Village
2 Bed
8243 Manjack Cay
Oakton Lakes
2 Bed
6 Golfs Edge
Century Village
2 Bed
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City Guide
West Palm Beach
Pick your ‘hood carefully.

Although freestanding houses dominate the Gardens, some apartments, condos, and townhouses (ranging in price from $700 or less to $2200 or more depending on size and amenities) are available as well. The downtown/CityPlace district, features numerous luxury lofts and spacious condos (usually for two grand or more), CityPlace also puts residents in the hub of WPB’s shopping, dining, and nightlife attractions (courtesy of the Clematis Street District). “The Village” is less than a ten minute drive from CityPlace, “the Village” is lined with affordable crash pads and resort-style condos. Plenty of other areas offer attractive perks as well, so be sure to comb the city thoroughly before choosing your ‘hood.

Bring your alligator-dodging shoes.

Keep in mind that alligators roam the streets freely in West Palm Beach, devouring even the most fleet-footed of residents at will most days. No, not really (or at all)! We just wanted to see if you were still with us … and now that we know you are, we can carry on …

Shop the market.

Whether you’re on the prowl for a basic studio unit with minimal bells and whistles or a mega-loft with 1500-plus square feet and an urban garden on the rooftop, there’s a place somewhere in WPB with your name on it. West Palm, like much of Florida, is a renter’s market, and nearly 15 percent of residential buildings are currently unoccupied. In other words, you can afford to be choosy and scour the land for the best possible deals. Waiting lists on apartments are rare and move-in specials pop up constantly, so don’t settle on a place unless you’re sure it’s perfect for you.

Be prepared.

Arm yourself with the basics when you’re ready to submit a leasing application. You’ll need proof of income, banking info, and a list of previous residences for starters. Many property managers charge prospective tenants a non-refundable background check fee (typically $50 or less), or have a co-signer to help you score an apartment. Obviously, when it’s time to make things official, read your lease carefully and don’t hesitate to ask questions, as apartment managers in WPB have different rules.

Don’t go it alone.

Give your new place an in-depth inspection before settling in to make sure your appliances function, your water pressure and temperature is adequate, your plumbing works properly, and your walls, floors, and ceilings are blemish-free. If anything is questionable, take a picture of it and alert management immediately (before you’ve officially moved in). Also, bring a friend along to check it out, since an objective third party is likely to catch an imperfection that you were too busy gazing at your sweet new ocean view to notice.

Ask around.

Finally, we recommend you read plenty of reviews and, if possible, talk to current residents to learn more about an apartment complex before committing to it. Find out what they think of an apartment’s amenities and general upkeep and also inquire about those “X” factors that can drive renters crazy: Are the walls relatively sound-proof or do the upstairs neighbors usually sound like a herd of dinosaurs stampeding? Is management responsive to tenant requests and concerns? How much extra a month will amenities cost (especially air conditioning)? How often does that 18-foot alligator sunbathe by the tenant swimming pool?

And now it’s time to begin your apartment hunting escapes, so best of luck and welcome to West Palm Beach!

West Palm Beach Renter Confidence Survey
National study of renter confidence in the economy, homeownership, and cities
Here's how West Palm Beach ranks on:
D Plans for homeownership
A- City satisfaction
B+ Confidence in the local economy
A+ Safety and crime rate
D Access to recreational activities
A+ Quality of schools
A+ State and local taxes
B+ Satisfaction with daily commute
Best Worst
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Overview of Findings

Apartment List has released West Palm Beach's results from the first annual Apartment List Renter Satisfaction Survey. The survey, which drew on responses from over 18,000 renters, provides new insights into what states and cities must do to meet the needs of the 105 million American renters nationwide.

"West Palm Beach renters report a fairly high degree of satisfaction and give it top grades in several categories," says Andrew Tam, Vice President of Data Science at Apartment List. "The US renter population is at its highest level in 20 years, and West Palm Beach's excellent track record on safety leads members of this large demographic to report high levels of satisfaction."

Key findings in West Palm Beach include the following:

  • West Palm Beach renters give their city an A- overall, placing it at #23 in our ranking of 100 cities nationwide.
  • The city earned a B+ for its economy, with renters ranking it in the top third of cities nationwide.
  • While West Palm Beach generally scored well, it received a D on plans for homeownership, as only 50% of renters expect to purchase a home in the future.
  • West Palm Beach gets an A+ for its safety, with 88% of renters saying that they're "satisfied" or "very satisfied." That's the second highest percentage of any city in the country.
  • West Palm Beach's lowest grade is a D for access to recreational activities, with just 39% of respondents saying they're satisfied.
  • The survey covered a total of 8 Florida cities. Orlando received the highest grade at A, followed by West Palm Beach (A-), Hollywood and Jacksonville (B), Tampa (C+), Miami (C-), and Fort Lauderdale and St Petersburg (D).
  • The top rated cities nationwide for city satisfaction were Plano, TX; Boston, MA; Arlington, VA; Austin, TX; and Torrance, CA. The lowest rated cities were Newark, NJ; New Haven, CT; Bridgeport, CT; Hartford, CT; and Columbia, SC.

A detailed report explaining the survey's methodology, analysis, and findings is available upon request. To obtain a copy, please email Andrew Tam, Apartment List's Vice President of Data Science, at