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203 apartments for rent near Park Ridge, IL

Park 205
205 W Touhy Ave
1 Bed
$1,725
2 Bed
$2,350
3 Bed
$3,295
506 S Northwest Hwy
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$1,995
708 Sylviawood Avenue
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$2,400
1516 West TOUHY Avenue
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$2,250
400 North Northwest Highway
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$1,800
713 Forestview Ave
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$2,200
401 Ascot Drive
Park Ridge
1 Bed
$1,400
1418 Carol St
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$1,200
715 BUSSE Highway
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$1,200
75 Boardwalk Place
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$2,150
516 Engel Boulevard
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$2,200
1512 South Ashland Avenue
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$2,200
765 Busse Highway
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$1,100
500 THAMES Parkway
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$1,850
1125 North NORTHWEST Highway
Park Ridge
4 Bed
$2,200
642 WESLEY Drive
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$2,200
2600 WINDSOR MALL
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$1,500
2400 ARCHBURY Lane
Park Ridge
2 Bed
$1,675
613 South Chester Avenue
Park Ridge
3 Bed
$2,200
1200 South GREENWOOD Avenue
Park Ridge
4 Bed
$2,600
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City Guide
Park Ridge
Finding an Apartment in Park Ridge

At the thought of Park Ridge, scenes from the show Desperate Housewives come to mind. I's a suburb of well-manicured lawns, and largely educated and cultured residents - without all of the drama! Park Ridge is one of the top places to live in Illinois but also one of the most expensive. With good information, you can increase your chances of finding an apartment in Park Ridge, and we have the information you need.

The median rental rates for property in Park Ridge are almost 50 percent more than the Illinois average, and the national median. Most of the residential properties in this area are owner-occupied, with a less than 9-percent occupied by renters. With this low-rental occupation, it stands to reason that the available rental vacancy is very low. Actually, it’s a dismal 3 percent. This means that getting very good rental properties will involve some strategizing, and dedication to beat out the competition.

Online Real Estate Listings One of the benefits of technology is the ease with which we can search for things online, including available apartments in cities of our choice. You can look for apartments for rent in Park View on reputable real estate websites. A word of caution is to be very careful with the listings you find so that you don’t fall for con artists. If a listing looks too good to be true, for instance, the rent is low, and the amenities are plentiful – it probably has a hidden hook somewhere.

Inspect the Apartment Before you make any kind of commitment, schedule an appointment with the landlord, apartment management, or real estate agent to inspect the property thoroughly. Look for signs of leaks, damage, insect infestation, and other negative things. Check the available amenities, such as washing machines and other appliances, and also find out if you have to pay for electricity and gas, or if it is included in your rent.

Location Matters If you are have your own vehicle, then the location of the apartment might not be such a top priority for you, but those who have to rely on public transportation will consider close proximity to bus stops, and train stations a benefit.

What you Need Most of the landlords in Park Ridge, just like other landlords in the nation, will ask for a security deposit and one month’s rent. You have to fill out a rental application, and most likely, your landlord will carry out a credit check. Many landlords will also need proof of income, so make sure you have all of this ready ahead of time to help move things along.

Park Ridge Neighborhoods

These are some of the neighborhoods in Park Ridge.

City Center: The rental average for this area is fairly high, although it isn't too much higher than the norm in Park Ridge. You will find apartment complexes, single-family homes, and high-rise apartments. 

W Oakton St/N Prospect Ave: The median rental rate here is lower than the rest of the state, making this a really affordable part of town, with rental housing in the form of apartment complexes, single-family homes, and high-rise apartments.

Devon Ave/S Dee Rd: This is a really expensive neighborhood, so be ready to prove your pedigree upon moving in.

Life in Park Ridge

Park Ridge is a desireable area because of theavailability of amenities like parks and playgrounds. The city has a number of parks, recreation centers, amusement park, museums, and other places of interest to keep the whole family involved. Most of the residents own their own private vehicles, but a significant percentage still uses the trains and buses to get around. We wish you all the best in your search for an apartment in Park Ridge!