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178 Apartments for rent in Marion, IA

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3452 Quail Trail Court
3452 Quail Trail Court
Marion, IA
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1925 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
This is a very unique townhouse condo that extends your living area with a 12' x 12' screened-in porch and 12' x 12' open deck! This 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath townhouse is move-in ready! The main level features an open floor plan with vaulted entry,
1 Unit Available
849 1st Avenue
849 1st Avenue
Marion, IA
2 Bedrooms
$795
1085 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
Lower level available in cozy duplex! This 2 bed/1 bath unit comes with a private garage stall and private laundry machines for each unit! Comfy carpet has been updated throughout! TONS of space for a 2-bedroom unit with a LARGE kitchen/dining
1 Unit Available
Regal Townhomes
2351 Pleasantview Drive
Marion, IA
2 Bedrooms
$695
1052 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Property is located off Highway 100 in Marion at the intersection of 22nd Avenue and Pleasantview Drive. Also includes the property located on Regal Court. Leasing office is located at 1241 Grand Avenue in Marion.
1 Unit Available
Grand View Apartments
1241 Grand Avenue
Marion, IA
1 Bedroom
$430
534 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Grand View Apartments is located in the Marion Independent School District. We have a washer and dryers inside our office building.
1 Unit Available
Shadow Ridge
2525 Prairie Hill Drive
Marion, IA
2 Bedrooms
$930
1315 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Located off Highway 13 in Marion at the intersection of Prairie Ridge Avenue and Prairie Hill Drive. Leasing office is at 5500 Dyer Avenue in Marion. New construction. This is a smoke-free property.
1 Unit Available
1405 Northview Drive
1405 Northview Drive
Marion, IA
1 Bedroom
$425
1452 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
For Rent; 1 PRIVATE BEDROOM WITH SHARED LIVING AREAS This home is an amazing find in a beautiful Marion, IA neighborhood You'll enjoy a private bedroom with all other area shared.
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Granite Valley
6741 C Ave NE
Cedar Rapids, IA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,195
940 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:46 AM
This community offers residents a fitness center, dog park, picnic area and recycling. Apartments feature window coverings, washer/dryer hookups and patios/balconies. Chatham Park and Northland Square are both just minutes away.
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9 Units Available
Valley View Apartments by Artisan
427 Ashton Place Northeast
Cedar Rapids, IA
1 Bedroom
$630
525 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$715
735 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:19 AM
Location, Spacious, Quality Living.
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Country Hill
635 Ashton Place Northeast
Cedar Rapids, IA
2 Bedrooms
$850
960 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:19 AM
Location, Community, Quality Living.
1 Unit Available
300 31st Street Northeast
300 31st Street Northeast
Cedar Rapids, IA
1 Bedroom
$495
600 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
NE 1 bedroom conveniently located. Stove and Refrigerator provided. Onsite coin operated laundry. Off street parking. Renters Insurance Required.
1 Unit Available
2927 D Ave NE
2927 D Avenue Northeast
Cedar Rapids, IA
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
3 bedroom, 1 bath house available September 1st. Partially finished basement could be used as an extra bedroom or living space. Detached garage with nice backyard.
1 Unit Available
2526 1st Ave NE
2526 1st Avenue East
Cedar Rapids, IA
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1337 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2526 1st Ave NE Available 05/22/20 6 month lease available! Beautiful home!! Move in ready, many updates its a must see! - Large charming 3 bedroom 2 bath home with several must see highlights! Located on the NE side of Cedar Rapids, this home has
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6 Units Available
The Roosevelt Apartments
200 1st Ave NE
Cedar Rapids, IA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$661
519 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$779
873 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
A historically resorted, 12-story apartment community. Onsite amenities include a community room, fitness center, and laundry facilities. River and downtown views from large windows. High ceilings, maple kitchen cabinets, and new appliances.
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6 Units Available
Grand Reserve
6214 Rockwell Dr NE
Cedar Rapids, IA
1 Bedroom
$935
753 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,090
996 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom furnished apartments with walk-in closets, washer and dryer hookups and patio or balcony. Community offers gym, pool, putting green and volleyball court. Near St. Andrews Golf Club. Easy access to I-380.
1 Unit Available
400 1st Street Southeast
400 1st Street Southeast
Cedar Rapids, IA | Oakhill Jackson
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$775
990 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
Great Down Town Location! Large 2 bedroom 2 bath. Beautiful Down Town views from the Roof Top Patio! Free Cable and WIFI! Elevator and secure entry. Bus stop right outside the door! No Pets Please.
1 Unit Available
142 20th Avenue Southwest
142 20th Avenue Southwest
Cedar Rapids, IA | Southwest Area
2 Bedrooms
$675
900 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
You will love this large SW 2 bedroom 1 bath unit with secure entry, off street parking, on site coin operated laundry and heat and water paid!! Stove and Refrigerator provided.
1 Unit Available
125 Boyson Road
125 E Boyson Rd
Hiawatha, IA
2 Bedrooms
$765
875 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
Must see these newer two bedroom, beautiful condo's at Cedar Trail Village in Hiawatha. Elementary school within walking distance. Close to I380 and shopping. Just $765 - 795.
1 Unit Available
118 9th St NW
118 9th Street Northwest
Cedar Rapids, IA | Northwest Area
3 Bedrooms
$975
1500 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
Large older two story home. Lovely hardwood flooring throughout. Main level full bath, as well as a full bath on the upper level. Three large bedrooms upstairs. Unfinished lower level includes room for storage, as well as washer/dryer.
1 Unit Available
167 Outlook Drive Southwest
167 Outlook Drive Southwest
Cedar Rapids, IA | Southwest Area
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
936 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
PROPERTY UNDERGOING REPAIRS! VIEWINGS ACCEPTED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS! Very nicely maintained and beautifully updated ranch home. Featuring newer vinyl windows, a young furnace, retro appliances, and a completely renovated bathroom.
1 Unit Available
930 L Street Southwest - 930
930 L Street Southwest
Cedar Rapids, IA | Taylor
2 Bedrooms
$695
752 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
UNIT UNDERGOING RENOVATIONS. NOT AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
1 Unit Available
645 16th Avenue Southwest - 2
645 16th Avenue Southwest
Cedar Rapids, IA | Southwest Area
2 Bedrooms
$495
596 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
UNIT UNDERGOING REPAIRS. VIEWINGS NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PHOTOS TO BE UPDATED UPON COMPLETION. Upper unit in a conveniently located, quiet duplex on the SW side! Tenants are responsible for electric and gas only, landlord pays water.
1 Unit Available
1414 8th Avenue Southeast
1414 8th Avenue Southeast
Cedar Rapids, IA | Wellington Heights
3 Bedrooms
$900
1104 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
Southern-style architecture bungalow available for rent just off Mt Vernon Rd near McKinley Middle School! This 3 bed, 1 bath home is just now being listed! Updated Photos and more information will follow! Call for a private showing today! Dogs
1 Unit Available
621 A Avenue NW
621 A Avenue Northwest
Cedar Rapids, IA | Northwest Area
2 Bedrooms
$595
720 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
UNIT UNDERGOING REPAIRS. VIEWINGS NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PHOTOS TO BE UPDATED UPON COMPLETION.
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3883 Council St NE
3883 Council Street Northeast
Cedar Rapids, IA | Noelridge Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1120 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Clean bright ranch style home with 1 car garage. - Property Id: 434364 Clean and well cared for home for rent. Updated eat-in kitchen. Hardwood floors in the 2 spacious bedrooms and office. Fenced in yard with private patio. 1 car detached garage.
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City Guide

Marion
The town of Marion was named after General Marion, who was nicknamed the "Swamp Fox" after he evaded several capture attempts.
The town of Marion was named after General Marion, who was nicknamed the "Swamp Fox" after he evaded several capture attempts.

Situated just a few miles northeast of Cedar Rapids, Marion is a quiet, charming town filled with educated family folks who really know how to throw a festival. They also seem to really love 5k races, as nearly every festival features one. They also love farmers markets, golf courses and short commutes, and, really, who doesn’t love that stuff?

Lifestyles of the Upper Middle

Marion residents love the outdoors, which comes as no surprise. This picturesque city has four full seasons and the winters are as fun as the summers. Snowball fights, ski trips and ice-skating keep the cold weather blues away, while hiking, camping and shopping are regular pastimes nearly year round. And yes, shopping is a sport. There are issues with humidity here, but besides that, oh, and the proliferation of intensely destructive tornadoes, there really isn’t anything bad about the weather at all.

Lifestyles of the Upper Middle
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Marion residents love the outdoors, which comes as no surprise. This picturesque city has four full seasons and the winters are as fun as the summers. Snowball fights, ski trips and ice-skating keep the cold weather blues away, while hiking, camping and shopping are regular pastimes nearly year round. And yes, shopping is a sport. There are issues with humidity here, but besides that, oh, and the proliferation of intensely destructive tornadoes, there really isn’t anything bad about the weather at all.

Making the Move

There are a few things any future Marion resident should know before packing a carry-on and heading to the great Midwest: the vacancy rates here are low, low, low. People like living here, and once they get in and settle, they tend not to go anywhere. That’s fantastic news for house appreciation and a stable market, but it’s not so great for renters and newbies trying to make their way in. New buildings are slow to begin, so best start searching now, like immediately, like yesterday, if you want to find a spot. Give it a month and you can find something nice. Youll also need a car, winter clothes and bug repellant. Public transportation is very limited. One final thought, people here are well educated and they lead dignified professional lives. If you’re an executive type, or professional of some sort (no, not that kind of professional) then you’ll fit in just fine. If youre not, well, maybe if you hang around long enough you’ll become one. That’s how it works in America, right? Something about bootstraps?

Making the Move
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There are a few things any future Marion resident should know before packing a carry-on and heading to the great Midwest: the vacancy rates here are low, low, low. People like living here, and once they get in and settle, they tend not to go anywhere. That’s fantastic news for house appreciation and a stable market, but it’s not so great for renters and newbies trying to make their way in. New buildings are slow to begin, so best start searching now, like immediately, like yesterday, if you want to find a spot. Give it a month and you can find something nice. Youll also need a car, winter clothes and bug repellant. Public transportation is very limited. One final thought, people here are well educated and they lead dignified professional lives. If you’re an executive type, or professional of some sort (no, not that kind of professional) then you’ll fit in just fine. If youre not, well, maybe if you hang around long enough you’ll become one. That’s how it works in America, right? Something about bootstraps?

Neighborhoods

Youre in for a treat here; the homes are beautiful and come in many shapes, sizes and iterations. That means single family homes, high rise apartment buildings, townhouses and the whole bunch are present and accounted for. If youre looking for something particular, like oh, say a studio apartment, scan the districts below, otherwise, just head to the area with the greatest vacancy for a quick transition.

Vernon View: This is a massive section of Marion, taking up the whole west half, but it only has about 3.5 percent vacancy. It’s mostly owners, but there are some rental properties if you hunt. Executives and professionals, apply here.

North Marion: Even lower vacancy here, so buckle up and get ready to haggle. There are apartment buildings boasting studios, one bedroom and two bedroom pads, as well as homes, mostly a bit older.

South Marion: Come here renters! Higher vacancy rates (closing in on average, even), small apartment units, big buildings, what have you; its all here. Plus, there are many students and its pretty walkable.

East Marion: Well, its pricey, sure, but you can find something without offering your first-born or your second. It’s got a good mix of owners and renters too, and it’s nice and quiet. Helicopter moms and retirees, rejoice.

City Center: Like a more urban environment? Park your tush here, if you can. With a 1.5 percent vacancy rate that’s easier said than done. But the area is walkable, young and has a good mix of owners and renters, while being super low cost. Use the force, Luke -- the dark side if you have to.

Marion is one of those endearing cities where the parents kiss each other goodbye before a short, side-street drive to work, kids play soccer in the roads and everyone goes to community events like the Swamp Fox Festival and the Uptown Marion Market. And if the small-ish town life is sometimes grating, Cedar Rapids is fifteen minutes away, or just head to the western border and check out the local brewery. You can’t lose here.

Neighborhoods
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Youre in for a treat here; the homes are beautiful and come in many shapes, sizes and iterations. That means single family homes, high rise apartment buildings, townhouses and the whole bunch are present and accounted for. If youre looking for something particular, like oh, say a studio apartment, scan the districts below, otherwise, just head to the area with the greatest vacancy for a quick transition.

Vernon View: This is a massive section of Marion, taking up the whole west half, but it only has about 3.5 percent vacancy. It’s mostly owners, but there are some rental properties if you hunt. Executives and professionals, apply here.

North Marion: Even lower vacancy here, so buckle up and get ready to haggle. There are apartment buildings boasting studios, one bedroom and two bedroom pads, as well as homes, mostly a bit older.

South Marion: Come here renters! Higher vacancy rates (closing in on average, even), small apartment units, big buildings, what have you; its all here. Plus, there are many students and its pretty walkable.

East Marion: Well, its pricey, sure, but you can find something without offering your first-born or your second. It’s got a good mix of owners and renters too, and it’s nice and quiet. Helicopter moms and retirees, rejoice.

City Center: Like a more urban environment? Park your tush here, if you can. With a 1.5 percent vacancy rate that’s easier said than done. But the area is walkable, young and has a good mix of owners and renters, while being super low cost. Use the force, Luke -- the dark side if you have to.

Marion is one of those endearing cities where the parents kiss each other goodbye before a short, side-street drive to work, kids play soccer in the roads and everyone goes to community events like the Swamp Fox Festival and the Uptown Marion Market. And if the small-ish town life is sometimes grating, Cedar Rapids is fifteen minutes away, or just head to the western border and check out the local brewery. You can’t lose here.

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Marion
The town of Marion was named after General Marion, who was nicknamed the "Swamp Fox" after he evaded several capture attempts.
The town of Marion was named after General Marion, who was nicknamed the "Swamp Fox" after he evaded several capture attempts.

Situated just a few miles northeast of Cedar Rapids, Marion is a quiet, charming town filled with educated family folks who really know how to throw a festival. They also seem to really love 5k races, as nearly every festival features one. They also love farmers markets, golf courses and short commutes, and, really, who doesn’t love that stuff?

Lifestyles of the Upper Middle

Marion residents love the outdoors, which comes as no surprise. This picturesque city has four full seasons and the winters are as fun as the summers. Snowball fights, ski trips and ice-skating keep the cold weather blues away, while hiking, camping and shopping are regular pastimes nearly year round. And yes, shopping is a sport. There are issues with humidity here, but besides that, oh, and the proliferation of intensely destructive tornadoes, there really isn’t anything bad about the weather at all.

Lifestyles of the Upper Middle
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Marion residents love the outdoors, which comes as no surprise. This picturesque city has four full seasons and the winters are as fun as the summers. Snowball fights, ski trips and ice-skating keep the cold weather blues away, while hiking, camping and shopping are regular pastimes nearly year round. And yes, shopping is a sport. There are issues with humidity here, but besides that, oh, and the proliferation of intensely destructive tornadoes, there really isn’t anything bad about the weather at all.

Making the Move

There are a few things any future Marion resident should know before packing a carry-on and heading to the great Midwest: the vacancy rates here are low, low, low. People like living here, and once they get in and settle, they tend not to go anywhere. That’s fantastic news for house appreciation and a stable market, but it’s not so great for renters and newbies trying to make their way in. New buildings are slow to begin, so best start searching now, like immediately, like yesterday, if you want to find a spot. Give it a month and you can find something nice. Youll also need a car, winter clothes and bug repellant. Public transportation is very limited. One final thought, people here are well educated and they lead dignified professional lives. If you’re an executive type, or professional of some sort (no, not that kind of professional) then you’ll fit in just fine. If youre not, well, maybe if you hang around long enough you’ll become one. That’s how it works in America, right? Something about bootstraps?

Making the Move
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There are a few things any future Marion resident should know before packing a carry-on and heading to the great Midwest: the vacancy rates here are low, low, low. People like living here, and once they get in and settle, they tend not to go anywhere. That’s fantastic news for house appreciation and a stable market, but it’s not so great for renters and newbies trying to make their way in. New buildings are slow to begin, so best start searching now, like immediately, like yesterday, if you want to find a spot. Give it a month and you can find something nice. Youll also need a car, winter clothes and bug repellant. Public transportation is very limited. One final thought, people here are well educated and they lead dignified professional lives. If you’re an executive type, or professional of some sort (no, not that kind of professional) then you’ll fit in just fine. If youre not, well, maybe if you hang around long enough you’ll become one. That’s how it works in America, right? Something about bootstraps?

Neighborhoods

Youre in for a treat here; the homes are beautiful and come in many shapes, sizes and iterations. That means single family homes, high rise apartment buildings, townhouses and the whole bunch are present and accounted for. If youre looking for something particular, like oh, say a studio apartment, scan the districts below, otherwise, just head to the area with the greatest vacancy for a quick transition.

Vernon View: This is a massive section of Marion, taking up the whole west half, but it only has about 3.5 percent vacancy. It’s mostly owners, but there are some rental properties if you hunt. Executives and professionals, apply here.

North Marion: Even lower vacancy here, so buckle up and get ready to haggle. There are apartment buildings boasting studios, one bedroom and two bedroom pads, as well as homes, mostly a bit older.

South Marion: Come here renters! Higher vacancy rates (closing in on average, even), small apartment units, big buildings, what have you; its all here. Plus, there are many students and its pretty walkable.

East Marion: Well, its pricey, sure, but you can find something without offering your first-born or your second. It’s got a good mix of owners and renters too, and it’s nice and quiet. Helicopter moms and retirees, rejoice.

City Center: Like a more urban environment? Park your tush here, if you can. With a 1.5 percent vacancy rate that’s easier said than done. But the area is walkable, young and has a good mix of owners and renters, while being super low cost. Use the force, Luke -- the dark side if you have to.

Marion is one of those endearing cities where the parents kiss each other goodbye before a short, side-street drive to work, kids play soccer in the roads and everyone goes to community events like the Swamp Fox Festival and the Uptown Marion Market. And if the small-ish town life is sometimes grating, Cedar Rapids is fifteen minutes away, or just head to the western border and check out the local brewery. You can’t lose here.

Neighborhoods
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Youre in for a treat here; the homes are beautiful and come in many shapes, sizes and iterations. That means single family homes, high rise apartment buildings, townhouses and the whole bunch are present and accounted for. If youre looking for something particular, like oh, say a studio apartment, scan the districts below, otherwise, just head to the area with the greatest vacancy for a quick transition.

Vernon View: This is a massive section of Marion, taking up the whole west half, but it only has about 3.5 percent vacancy. It’s mostly owners, but there are some rental properties if you hunt. Executives and professionals, apply here.

North Marion: Even lower vacancy here, so buckle up and get ready to haggle. There are apartment buildings boasting studios, one bedroom and two bedroom pads, as well as homes, mostly a bit older.

South Marion: Come here renters! Higher vacancy rates (closing in on average, even), small apartment units, big buildings, what have you; its all here. Plus, there are many students and its pretty walkable.

East Marion: Well, its pricey, sure, but you can find something without offering your first-born or your second. It’s got a good mix of owners and renters too, and it’s nice and quiet. Helicopter moms and retirees, rejoice.

City Center: Like a more urban environment? Park your tush here, if you can. With a 1.5 percent vacancy rate that’s easier said than done. But the area is walkable, young and has a good mix of owners and renters, while being super low cost. Use the force, Luke -- the dark side if you have to.

Marion is one of those endearing cities where the parents kiss each other goodbye before a short, side-street drive to work, kids play soccer in the roads and everyone goes to community events like the Swamp Fox Festival and the Uptown Marion Market. And if the small-ish town life is sometimes grating, Cedar Rapids is fifteen minutes away, or just head to the western border and check out the local brewery. You can’t lose here.