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48 apartments for rent near Cedar Rapids, IA

Gateway Gardens
2981 6th St SW
Studio
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1 Bed
$560
2 Bed
$705
Grand Reserve
6214 Rockwell Dr NE
1 Bed
$725
2 Bed
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3 Bed
$760
Alexandra Apartments
4419 1st Ave SW
1 Bed
$619
2 Bed
$699
Grand Ridge
620 Ashton Pl NE
1 Bed
$760
3 Bed
$650
Briarwood Apartments
254 Northpointe Dr NE
2 Bed
$722
3107 Johnson Ave NW
Cedar Hills
3 Bed
$950
109 27th Ave Dr SW
Southwest Area
3 Bed
$1,150
3421 Sunnydale ST NW
Cedar Hills
3 Bed
$1,350
1028 33rd St NE
Mound View
4 Bed
$1,100
6238 Underwood Ave SW
Cedar Hills
2 Bed
$1,100
1121 Prairie Rose Dr SW
Cedar Rapids
3 Bed
$895
1608 6th Ave SE
Mound View
3 Bed
$1,000
2929 Wilson Ave SW
Cedar Rapids
3 Bed
$1,095
1203 5th Ave SE
Wellington Heights
1 Bed
$495
1314 2nd Ave SE
Mound View
3 Bed
$695
4520 Walker St NE
Noelridge Park
4 Bed
$1,200
1411 1st St SW
Taylor
4 Bed
$995
1411 1st St SW
Taylor
Studio
$995
1920 Chandler St SW
Cedar Rapids
3 Bed
$1,000
4517 1st Ave SW
Cedar Hills
2 Bed
$875
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City Guide
Cedar Rapids
Apartment Hunting Tips

Weather. Seasonal differences go from summer heat to cold winters

Getting Around. Want to walk around downtown, despite the frosty weather? Well, many of downtown's towering buildings are connected by skywalks, allowing you to be out and about without having to face the cold. As for transportation, it's nice to have a car when temperatures are extreme, but getting around town is completely doable without your own wheels. Cedar Rapids Transit has an extensive bus system, and plenty of taxis.

Wide Open Spaces. Around here gazing at these wide open spaces is the thing to do. Whether it's from your back porch, the local winery, a hilltop picnic, or a simple restaurant. These great views, as well as long country walks, dirt biking, Frisbee golf, and lots of fresh water for canoeing and fishing. If you still feel that angst creeping up, there are a few bars downtown, and a small, neighborhood bar on nearly every block. Most of these places feel like Cheers, where everybody knows your name.

Cityscape

Cedar Rapids is split down the middle by the Cedar River. On the west bank, you have easy-going suburban living. Or, look to the east bank of the river, where there is a burgeoning downtown area.

East Bank

Oak Hill Jackson. This neighborhood includes downtown, as well as the residential areas immediately surrounding it. There's a good night life scene, lots of river side parks, and some historic homes and railroad tracks.

Wellington Heights. Just east of downtown. It does have an urban feel. You can find Old McDonald's Farm in Bever Park, where you can be entertained for free, petting the animals and learning about farm life.

Cedar Valley. Located southeast along the river. There are plenty of parks, including the Prairie Park Fishery, a great fishing spot close to home.

Moundview. Located north of downtown, next to Cedar Lake, there is always something to do around here. There are a few parks, a lake, the river, and a beautiful hiking trail along historic railroad tracks.

City Center. This neighborhood is farther northeast. It is very walkable.

Linn Junction. Most secluded area, this expansive neighborhood is far, far north along the eastern bank of the Cedar River. There are some really nice big parks, including the Rock Island Botanical State Preserve. There are golf courses and country clubs, as well as lots of secret fishing spots and hiking trails.

West Bank

Taylor. Located right across the river from downtown, this neighborhood is very walkable. Plus, you get awesome views of the river and the Cedar Rapids skyline, whether it's in a small apartment building, or in a trendy high-rise.

Northwest Area. Just north of Taylor, this area has only one apartment complex.

Cedar Hills. This neighborhood is bordered on the west side by miles of land. Plenty of neighborhood parks and some country-cookin' restaurants.

Southwest Area. Right on the banks of the Cedar River, and packed-full of nice sized parks, this area has got to be one of the coolest spots to live. It's walkable, and spotted with tons of historic homes.

Lincolnway Village. Suburban scenery and lots of creeks meandering from the Cedar River create a beautiful atmosphere in this area.

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Moving in will be your final step. Expect friendly, country-style hospitality, complete with some fresh baked goods and charming neighbors to welcome you home.

-By Katy Comal

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