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14 Apartments for rent in Bloomington, IL

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Traditions Bloomington Apartments
901 Valley View Cir
Bloomington, IL
1 Bedroom
$797
862 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$739
1027 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$987
1215 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:45 PM
Traditions Bloomington sets the benchmark for quality and affordability in Bloomington, IL. Conveniently located near numerous dining, shopping & entertainment options, Traditions Bloomington’s location makes it the perfect place to call home.
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Arbors at Eastland
208 South Prospect Road
Bloomington, IL
1 Bedroom
$570
506 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$600
1028 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:45 PM
Enjoy the best apartments in Bloomington, IL by making Arbors at Eastland your home today! Our new community is quaintly set in Hamlet of East Bloomington, IL.
1 Unit Available
3 Stortz Drive
3 Stortz Drive
Bloomington, IL
2 Bedrooms
$825
1200 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:41 PM
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1 Unit Available
916 W Grove
916 West Grove Street
Bloomington, IL | Lang's Alley
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
1800 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Available 10/01/20 Newly-remodeled 4bdrm/2bath Home near Downtown BMI - Property Id: 373008 Newly-remodeled 4bdrm/2bth home; big kitchen, two decks; two entrances, large fenced yard & detached one-car garage; rocked private driveway; beautiful wood
1 Unit Available
9 Cedar Ct
9 Cedar Court
Bloomington, IL | Oakwoods
1 Bedroom
$700
1000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Freshly painted first floor in a quiet area. - Property Id: 369861 This is a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house. The entire 1st floor with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, large living room, laundry unit and storage is available for rent.
1 Unit Available
524 Mc Gregor St
524 Mc Gregor Street
Bloomington, IL
2 Bedrooms
$995
1760 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 07:04 AM
524 McGregor Street, Bloomington IL, 61701. Cozy, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house in great east-side location. Amenities included: hardwood floors, deck, one-car detached garage with opener, central air, gas heat, and corner lot. No utilities included.
1 Unit Available
926 W Grove St
926 West Grove Street
Bloomington, IL | Lang's Alley
3 Bedrooms
$950
1144 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 07:04 AM
Become a homeowner! Cute 3 bed, 2 bath house in a quiet neighborhood close to downtown. 2 bedrooms on main level, another bedroom upstairs and a huge basement area (not included in sq.
1 Unit Available
207 Magnolia
207 Magnolia Drive
Bloomington, IL
3 Bedrooms
$995
864 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:24 AM
Cute 3 Bedroom House - Cute 3 Bedroom 1 Bathroom House Large Back Yard! Detached Garage Cute Built in! Open Kitchen and Living Space! (RLNE5670587)
1 Unit Available
405 S Morris Avenue 2
405 South Morris Avenue
Bloomington, IL | Lang's Alley
2 Bedrooms
$700
800 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
MUST SEE 2nd flr Dplx Apt No Carpet Near Downtown - Property Id: 238098 MUST SEE 2nd floor Duplex apt in quiet neighborhood with fenced yard, 2bdrms/1bth and large closets 5mins to Downtown Bloomington, 10mins to BroMenn, OSF St Joseph Medical Ctr,
1 Unit Available
1311 W Elm
1311 West Elm Street
Bloomington, IL
2 Bedrooms
$995
916 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 02:07 PM
Cute 2-Bedroom House in Bloomington! - 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom House Nice Tiled Shower and Bathroom Large Open Living Area and Dining Room Enclosed Front Porch (RLNE5223304)
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Lancaster Heights
1462 E College Ave
Normal, IL
1 Bedroom
$725
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$830
950 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,075
1400 sqft
Last updated September 17 at 09:05 PM
Nestled on 16-acres of lush tree-covered land, Lancaster Heights features spacious floor plans and ample amenities in one of the most sought-after locations in Normal, IL.
1 Unit Available
907 S. Adelaide
907 South Adelaide Street
Normal, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
1606 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
907 S. Adelaide Available 11/07/20 Updated 2bedroom near ISU - Totally updated brick ranch featuring new laminate flooring throughout, new tile in the kitchen and bath.
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6 Units Available
Lincoln Square
1700 N School St
Normal, IL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$711
853 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 06:01 PM
Come Home to Lincoln Square Apartments where you'll discover your comfort is our number one priority! This attractive community is conveniently located in the heart of Normal, Illinois.
1 Unit Available
1741 Putnam Avenue - 5A
1741 Putnam Drive
Normal, IL
2 Bedrooms
$795
1150 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:54 AM
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How much is rent in Bloomington?
In Bloomington, the median rent is $546 for a studio, $600 for a 1-bedroom, $792 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,072 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Bloomington, check out our monthly Bloomington Rent Report.
How much is rent in Bloomington?
In Bloomington, the median rent is $546 for a studio, $600 for a 1-bedroom, $792 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,072 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Bloomington, check out our monthly Bloomington Rent Report.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Bloomington. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Illinois Wesleyan University, Bradley University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois State University, and Parkland College.
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Median Rent in Bloomington

Last updated Sep. 2020
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Bloomington is $600, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $792.
Studio
$546
1 Bed
$600
2 Beds
$792
3+ Beds
$1,072
City GuideBloomington
Affectionately known as Bloomtown, B-Town, and the Bloomies, the city of Bloomington, Illinois has grown from an old farm town into a unique city. Here, you can drive through a thriving urban center of dining, eats, clubbing, and museums, then follow the 24-mile Constitution Trail through suburbia-land, and even farther east into the farmlands. Discover the ever-changing landscape with this quick, straightforward guide.
Affectionately known as Bloomtown, B-Town, and the Bloomies, the city of Bloomington, Illinois has grown from an old farm town into a unique city. Here, you can drive through a thriving urban center of dining, eats, clubbing, and museums, then follow the 24-mile Constitution Trail through suburbia-land, and even farther east into the farmlands. Discover the ever-changing landscape with this quick, straightforward guide.
Apartment Hunting Tips:

Transportation. As mentioned above, much of this city can be travelled by way of Constitution Trail. It meanders from the city center through parks and neighborhoods, all the way to the farmlands east of town. It’s a very pleasant bike ride with little traffic worries. However, practically speaking, extreme temperatures during the summer and winter peaks would make any quick bike ride pretty painful. It’s best to have at least one vehicle during periods of harsh weather, but you can get by on public transportation if you look for apartments along one of the 11 color-coded fixed routes of the Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System. And, if you miss the bright lights, big city atmosphere, you can always catch one of the daily Amtrak trains to St. Louis or Chicago.

Apartment Hunting Tips:
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Transportation. As mentioned above, much of this city can be travelled by way of Constitution Trail. It meanders from the city center through parks and neighborhoods, all the way to the farmlands east of town. It’s a very pleasant bike ride with little traffic worries. However, practically speaking, extreme temperatures during the summer and winter peaks would make any quick bike ride pretty painful. It’s best to have at least one vehicle during periods of harsh weather, but you can get by on public transportation if you look for apartments along one of the 11 color-coded fixed routes of the Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System. And, if you miss the bright lights, big city atmosphere, you can always catch one of the daily Amtrak trains to St. Louis or Chicago.

Neighborhoods in Bloomington:

Near East. Just east of Main Street, this area includes some of the city’s most popular attractions. There is a fun park, which includes an arcade, miniature golf course, and bumper cars. For theater and culture fans, there is Ewing Park, home to gardens and the popular Shakespeare Festival. There is live music and events at the Castle Theater, as well as raunchy bands and parties at Fat Jacks. A little farther east are some suburban neighborhoods with country clubs and beautiful parks. And, you can travel among all of these hot spots by way of the Constitution Trail.

East. The farther east you go, the more suburban it gets. This is the area east of I-55, where neighbors walk the streets among small lakes, green, grassy parks, neighborhood baseball fields, and country clubs.

Near West. This area has some secluded neighborhoods with amazing attractions and unique character. There are tons of bars, clubs, and restaurants along the west side of Main Street. Miller Park is located here, featuring a nice lake, an indoor ice skating rink, an outdoor theater, and a zoo. You can catch some great local bands at Six Strings. And, last but not least, you can visit the US Cellular Coliseum for concerts, hockey games, tradeshows, and ice shows.

West. There is a nice lake at White Oak Park, and lots of creeks meandering through the woodsy neighborhoods near Bloomington Heights.

So that’s the low down on this little town in the heart of Illinois’ beef and grain belt. It’s certainly not cow town anymore. It’s a Bloomtown.

-By Katy Comal

Neighborhoods in Bloomington:
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Near East. Just east of Main Street, this area includes some of the city’s most popular attractions. There is a fun park, which includes an arcade, miniature golf course, and bumper cars. For theater and culture fans, there is Ewing Park, home to gardens and the popular Shakespeare Festival. There is live music and events at the Castle Theater, as well as raunchy bands and parties at Fat Jacks. A little farther east are some suburban neighborhoods with country clubs and beautiful parks. And, you can travel among all of these hot spots by way of the Constitution Trail.

East. The farther east you go, the more suburban it gets. This is the area east of I-55, where neighbors walk the streets among small lakes, green, grassy parks, neighborhood baseball fields, and country clubs.

Near West. This area has some secluded neighborhoods with amazing attractions and unique character. There are tons of bars, clubs, and restaurants along the west side of Main Street. Miller Park is located here, featuring a nice lake, an indoor ice skating rink, an outdoor theater, and a zoo. You can catch some great local bands at Six Strings. And, last but not least, you can visit the US Cellular Coliseum for concerts, hockey games, tradeshows, and ice shows.

West. There is a nice lake at White Oak Park, and lots of creeks meandering through the woodsy neighborhoods near Bloomington Heights.

So that’s the low down on this little town in the heart of Illinois’ beef and grain belt. It’s certainly not cow town anymore. It’s a Bloomtown.

-By Katy Comal

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City GuideBloomington
Affectionately known as Bloomtown, B-Town, and the Bloomies, the city of Bloomington, Illinois has grown from an old farm town into a unique city. Here, you can drive through a thriving urban center of dining, eats, clubbing, and museums, then follow the 24-mile Constitution Trail through suburbia-land, and even farther east into the farmlands. Discover the ever-changing landscape with this quick, straightforward guide.
Affectionately known as Bloomtown, B-Town, and the Bloomies, the city of Bloomington, Illinois has grown from an old farm town into a unique city. Here, you can drive through a thriving urban center of dining, eats, clubbing, and museums, then follow the 24-mile Constitution Trail through suburbia-land, and even farther east into the farmlands. Discover the ever-changing landscape with this quick, straightforward guide.
Apartment Hunting Tips:

Transportation. As mentioned above, much of this city can be travelled by way of Constitution Trail. It meanders from the city center through parks and neighborhoods, all the way to the farmlands east of town. It’s a very pleasant bike ride with little traffic worries. However, practically speaking, extreme temperatures during the summer and winter peaks would make any quick bike ride pretty painful. It’s best to have at least one vehicle during periods of harsh weather, but you can get by on public transportation if you look for apartments along one of the 11 color-coded fixed routes of the Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System. And, if you miss the bright lights, big city atmosphere, you can always catch one of the daily Amtrak trains to St. Louis or Chicago.

Apartment Hunting Tips:
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Transportation. As mentioned above, much of this city can be travelled by way of Constitution Trail. It meanders from the city center through parks and neighborhoods, all the way to the farmlands east of town. It’s a very pleasant bike ride with little traffic worries. However, practically speaking, extreme temperatures during the summer and winter peaks would make any quick bike ride pretty painful. It’s best to have at least one vehicle during periods of harsh weather, but you can get by on public transportation if you look for apartments along one of the 11 color-coded fixed routes of the Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System. And, if you miss the bright lights, big city atmosphere, you can always catch one of the daily Amtrak trains to St. Louis or Chicago.

Neighborhoods in Bloomington:

Near East. Just east of Main Street, this area includes some of the city’s most popular attractions. There is a fun park, which includes an arcade, miniature golf course, and bumper cars. For theater and culture fans, there is Ewing Park, home to gardens and the popular Shakespeare Festival. There is live music and events at the Castle Theater, as well as raunchy bands and parties at Fat Jacks. A little farther east are some suburban neighborhoods with country clubs and beautiful parks. And, you can travel among all of these hot spots by way of the Constitution Trail.

East. The farther east you go, the more suburban it gets. This is the area east of I-55, where neighbors walk the streets among small lakes, green, grassy parks, neighborhood baseball fields, and country clubs.

Near West. This area has some secluded neighborhoods with amazing attractions and unique character. There are tons of bars, clubs, and restaurants along the west side of Main Street. Miller Park is located here, featuring a nice lake, an indoor ice skating rink, an outdoor theater, and a zoo. You can catch some great local bands at Six Strings. And, last but not least, you can visit the US Cellular Coliseum for concerts, hockey games, tradeshows, and ice shows.

West. There is a nice lake at White Oak Park, and lots of creeks meandering through the woodsy neighborhoods near Bloomington Heights.

So that’s the low down on this little town in the heart of Illinois’ beef and grain belt. It’s certainly not cow town anymore. It’s a Bloomtown.

-By Katy Comal

Neighborhoods in Bloomington:
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Near East. Just east of Main Street, this area includes some of the city’s most popular attractions. There is a fun park, which includes an arcade, miniature golf course, and bumper cars. For theater and culture fans, there is Ewing Park, home to gardens and the popular Shakespeare Festival. There is live music and events at the Castle Theater, as well as raunchy bands and parties at Fat Jacks. A little farther east are some suburban neighborhoods with country clubs and beautiful parks. And, you can travel among all of these hot spots by way of the Constitution Trail.

East. The farther east you go, the more suburban it gets. This is the area east of I-55, where neighbors walk the streets among small lakes, green, grassy parks, neighborhood baseball fields, and country clubs.

Near West. This area has some secluded neighborhoods with amazing attractions and unique character. There are tons of bars, clubs, and restaurants along the west side of Main Street. Miller Park is located here, featuring a nice lake, an indoor ice skating rink, an outdoor theater, and a zoo. You can catch some great local bands at Six Strings. And, last but not least, you can visit the US Cellular Coliseum for concerts, hockey games, tradeshows, and ice shows.

West. There is a nice lake at White Oak Park, and lots of creeks meandering through the woodsy neighborhoods near Bloomington Heights.

So that’s the low down on this little town in the heart of Illinois’ beef and grain belt. It’s certainly not cow town anymore. It’s a Bloomtown.

-By Katy Comal