/
/
plano
Last updated September 30 2020 at 4:42 AM

12 Apartments for rent in Plano, IL

📍
Check out 12 verified apartments for rent in Plano, IL with rents starting as low as $1300. Some apartments for rent in Plano might offer rent specials. Look out for the
$
rent special icon!
1 Unit Available
509 Gregory Lane
509 Gregory Lane
Plano, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1768 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 04:38 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 509 Gregory Lane in Plano. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
4202 Cummins Street
4202 Cummins Street
Plano, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
1382 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 04:38 AM
Clean & spacious 2-BR with loft available 09/19/20~Neutral colors throughout~Eat-in kitchen w/island & pantry~All appliances included~Large master BR w/walk-in closet~The loft offers great additional living space~Stackable washer/dryer in unit~The
Results within 5 miles of Plano
Verified
2 Units Available
Reserve at Fox River
1222 Market Place Dr
Yorkville, IL
2 Bedrooms
Ask
3 Bedrooms
$1,633
1171 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 01:25 AM
Located in the heart of fast growing Yorkville IL, The Reserve at Fox River is the perfect place to call home. We are located across the street from grocery stores, banks, and many restaurants.
1 Unit Available
4555 Camden Lane
4555 Camden Lane
Yorkville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,695
1150 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 05:43 AM
Located in the fantastic town of Yorkville, this unit is the total package in residential living, combining convenient location, good schools, and a reasonable rental rate.
1 Unit Available
1302 Deerpath Drive
1302 Deerpath Drive
Yorkville, IL
5 Bedrooms
$2,995
3613 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 05:43 AM
Welcome home to a 2-story foyer in this big, bright custom home w/ excellent curb appeal! Upon entering you'll be greeted by vaulted ceilings & gleaming hardwood floors that continue into the eat-in kitchen & sunroom.
1 Unit Available
241 BARRETT Street
241 Barrett Drive
Yorkville, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1618 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 04:38 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 241 BARRETT Street in Yorkville. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
236 BERTRAM Drive
236 Bertram Drive
Yorkville, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,295
900 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 04:38 AM
Bristol Bay condo on second level with vaulted ceilings. One bedroom + den + 1 full bath. Balcony off of living room. Breakfast bar off kitchen to dining area. Laundry in unit. 1 car detached garage. Water included with rent.
1 Unit Available
132 Bertram Dr
132 Bertram Drive
Yorkville, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,200
892 sqft
2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 29 at 07:04 AM
Beautiful, clean 1 bd w/walk-in closet, 1 bth, den, in-unit W/D, dishwasher, garb. disps., 1-car garage and parking space, tenant-controlled heating & cooling. Utilities not included. Access to clubhouse amenities, pool, fitness center.
Results within 10 miles of Plano
1 Unit Available
800 Shady Lane
800 Shady Lane
Aurora, IL | Edgelawn Randall
3 Bedrooms
$1,675
1500 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 05:43 AM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
124 West Park Avenue
124 Park Avenue
Sugar Grove, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
1617 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 04:38 AM
This light and bright end unit in Windsor West is ideally located for commuters. Home offers a spacious living room and dining area. Kitchen features abundant oak cabinets, all appliances, pantry closet & eating area.
1 Unit Available
7 Fernilee Court
7 Fernilee Court
Prestbury, IL
5 Bedrooms
$2,800
3402 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 04:38 AM
Huge sprawling 3,400 square foot brick ranch overlooking Lake Prestbury! This home has it all ~5 bedrooms, 3.
1 Unit Available
1106 HAWK HOLLOW Drive
1106 Hawk Hallow Drive
Yorkville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,575
1550 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 04:38 AM
Large two bedroom town home, located minutes from the Yorkville middle school!! 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2 car garage. Freshly Painted, fully applianced. Ready to Move In.
Find More Rentals in Nearby

Cities

Naperville, IL ApartmentsAurora, IL ApartmentsBolingbrook, IL ApartmentsElgin, IL ApartmentsSt. Charles, IL ApartmentsDeKalb, IL ApartmentsOswego, IL ApartmentsPlainfield, IL ApartmentsNorth Aurora, IL ApartmentsSouth Elgin, IL ApartmentsGeneva, IL ApartmentsYorkville, IL ApartmentsWarrenville, IL ApartmentsCortland, IL ApartmentsJoliet, IL Apartments

Cities

Find an apartment for rent in Plano, IL


Searching for an apartment for rent in Plano, IL? Look no further! Apartment List will help you find a perfect apartment near you. There are 12 available rental units listed on Apartment List in Plano. Click on listings to see photos, floorplans, amenities, prices and availability, and much more!

Tired of browsing? Take our personalized quiz. You’ll answer a couple of simple questions and we’ll put together a list of Plano apartments that are best for you. We’ll also factor in your commute, budget, and preferred amenities. Looking for a pet-friendly rental, or an apartment with in-unit washer and dryer? No problem, we’ll provide you with apartments that match that criteria.

You can trust ApartmentList.com to help you find your next Plano, IL apartment rental! After all, everyone deserves a home they love.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Plano?
Apartment Rentals in Plano start at $1,300/month.
How much is rent in Plano?
Apartment Rentals in Plano start at $1,300/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Plano?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Plano?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Plano properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Plano properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How much should I pay for rent in Plano?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Plano.
How much should I pay for rent in Plano?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Plano.
How can I find off-campus housing in Plano?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Plano. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Aurora University, University of St Francis, Judson University, North Central College, and Northern Illinois University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Plano?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Plano. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Aurora University, University of St Francis, Judson University, North Central College, and Northern Illinois University.

City Guide

Plano
Do you like Superman? The red cape, the big 'S' on the chest, that little squiggle of black hair dropping down the forehead? You know the guy. Well, the most recent film adaptation, Man of Steel from 2013, was partially filmed in Plano, which doubled up as the scene of serious destruction in Smallville. Don't worry, though, there aren't really any alien super-powered beings there.
Do you like Superman? The red cape, the big 'S' on the chest, that little squiggle of black hair dropping down the forehead? You know the guy. Well, the most recent film adaptation, Man of Steel from 2013, was partially filmed in Plano, which doubled up as the scene of serious destruction in Smallville. Don't worry, though, there aren't really any alien super-powered beings there.

Plano is a city of 10,856 people in Kendall County, Illinois. Since 2000, the population has nearly doubled, making it a highly popular small city in the region. The city is set right on Route 34, which cuts across it heading east and west. The largest city in the nearby area is Aurora, roughly 15 miles to the northeast, and if you keep at that heading you'll soon find yourself in Chicago about 40 miles away.

Moving to Plano

Has Plano garnered your interest? Great, you might well have made a good choice. However, there's a few things to consider first to do with moving to the city because, like any city in America, Plano has is unique and has its own specific housing menu.

So, That Menu

A lot of the housing in Plano is fairly new, and this is no surprise seeing that the city has almost doubled in population in 10 years. Nearly 40 percent of all housing was built after 2000, so you can bet that any property you find will be in fairly good condition. That said, Plano is rife with two specific types of housing -- detached homes and townhouses, with the former making up nearly 80 percent of what's available. That's all good for someone who wants a house as their rental property, but not so much if you're looking for city apartments. In fact, any apartment search in Plano is likely to leave you scratching your head, because they're few and far between. Not a great place for apartment seekers, then, but good for house hunters.

When to Move?

This is often a personal preference and, in reality, most people end up moving when their current tenancy ends. I mean, who wants to sofa surf for weeks or months on end? Not many, especially if you have a family in tow. If possible it's generally best to start looking at the beginning of the year, or the end of it. Through spring and summer the market always tends to become more competitive and rental prices can actually spike, so if you have some flexibility it's a good idea to use it as much as you can.

A Bit of Hoop Jumping

You're not going to be handed the keys to your new place without jumping through a few hoops first. Any landlord or realtor will need to know that you'll be able to pay your rent on time, every time. This means referencing and credit checks. If this is a problem, consider finding someone to act as a guarantor for you. You'll also need to pay a security deposit and your first month's rent up front, so get saving now.

Moving to Plano
+

Has Plano garnered your interest? Great, you might well have made a good choice. However, there's a few things to consider first to do with moving to the city because, like any city in America, Plano has is unique and has its own specific housing menu.

So, That Menu

A lot of the housing in Plano is fairly new, and this is no surprise seeing that the city has almost doubled in population in 10 years. Nearly 40 percent of all housing was built after 2000, so you can bet that any property you find will be in fairly good condition. That said, Plano is rife with two specific types of housing -- detached homes and townhouses, with the former making up nearly 80 percent of what's available. That's all good for someone who wants a house as their rental property, but not so much if you're looking for city apartments. In fact, any apartment search in Plano is likely to leave you scratching your head, because they're few and far between. Not a great place for apartment seekers, then, but good for house hunters.

When to Move?

This is often a personal preference and, in reality, most people end up moving when their current tenancy ends. I mean, who wants to sofa surf for weeks or months on end? Not many, especially if you have a family in tow. If possible it's generally best to start looking at the beginning of the year, or the end of it. Through spring and summer the market always tends to become more competitive and rental prices can actually spike, so if you have some flexibility it's a good idea to use it as much as you can.

A Bit of Hoop Jumping

You're not going to be handed the keys to your new place without jumping through a few hoops first. Any landlord or realtor will need to know that you'll be able to pay your rent on time, every time. This means referencing and credit checks. If this is a problem, consider finding someone to act as a guarantor for you. You'll also need to pay a security deposit and your first month's rent up front, so get saving now.

Neighborhoods in Plano

Neighborhoods, plural, is inaccurate, as Plano is a one neighborhood city. The walk score there is 68, making it somewhat walkable. Of course, this all depends on where you live, work, and so on. Find a townhouse centrally, near to the main amenities in town, and close to that shop you work in, and you'll be able to get by on your two feet. If you live slightly further out of the town center and commute to another area for work, you'll probably need a car.

So, what might you expect to find in Plano? Well, all the usual really. In the center of town you'll find a few restaurants like Suzy's Pizza and Jade's Garden (apparently all the restaurants in Plano are named after someone), as well as shops, banks and, if you veer slightly further from downtown, several schools and parks. Beyond the central urban area you'll find wider prairies with farms and fields scattered over the landscape, and here you'll find the larger, and older, properties in the region.

Neighborhoods in Plano
+

Neighborhoods, plural, is inaccurate, as Plano is a one neighborhood city. The walk score there is 68, making it somewhat walkable. Of course, this all depends on where you live, work, and so on. Find a townhouse centrally, near to the main amenities in town, and close to that shop you work in, and you'll be able to get by on your two feet. If you live slightly further out of the town center and commute to another area for work, you'll probably need a car.

So, what might you expect to find in Plano? Well, all the usual really. In the center of town you'll find a few restaurants like Suzy's Pizza and Jade's Garden (apparently all the restaurants in Plano are named after someone), as well as shops, banks and, if you veer slightly further from downtown, several schools and parks. Beyond the central urban area you'll find wider prairies with farms and fields scattered over the landscape, and here you'll find the larger, and older, properties in the region.

Living in Plano

The fact that Plano doubled up as Smallville for the recent Superman film tells you all you need to know about it really. It's kind of the perfect small town, with idyllic parks, tree lined streets, cozy homes, and wide prairies stretching beyond the boundaries of the town proper. There are a number of parks of note that people flock to year round, including Foli Park, Plano City Park, and Larry Trimberger Park. Slightly to the south you'll find the much larger Silver Springs State Park. For golfers the Cedardell Golf Course is an great spot, and Farnsworth House is an important historical site in the city and one of its favorite tourist attractions.

How about getting from point A to point B? Well, Amtrak runs straight through the center of the city, providing easy passage over towards Chicago and all of the its suburbs, which is great for commuters and those just looking to head east for a day out. If you prefer to drive then you'll find the going easy, with Route 34 heading towards Chicago as well. Interstates 88, 55, 80, and 39 are also reachable with a short drive in various directions taking you just about anywhere you might want to go in the state and beyond.

Living in Plano
+

The fact that Plano doubled up as Smallville for the recent Superman film tells you all you need to know about it really. It's kind of the perfect small town, with idyllic parks, tree lined streets, cozy homes, and wide prairies stretching beyond the boundaries of the town proper. There are a number of parks of note that people flock to year round, including Foli Park, Plano City Park, and Larry Trimberger Park. Slightly to the south you'll find the much larger Silver Springs State Park. For golfers the Cedardell Golf Course is an great spot, and Farnsworth House is an important historical site in the city and one of its favorite tourist attractions.

How about getting from point A to point B? Well, Amtrak runs straight through the center of the city, providing easy passage over towards Chicago and all of the its suburbs, which is great for commuters and those just looking to head east for a day out. If you prefer to drive then you'll find the going easy, with Route 34 heading towards Chicago as well. Interstates 88, 55, 80, and 39 are also reachable with a short drive in various directions taking you just about anywhere you might want to go in the state and beyond.

Read More

City Guide

Plano
Do you like Superman? The red cape, the big 'S' on the chest, that little squiggle of black hair dropping down the forehead? You know the guy. Well, the most recent film adaptation, Man of Steel from 2013, was partially filmed in Plano, which doubled up as the scene of serious destruction in Smallville. Don't worry, though, there aren't really any alien super-powered beings there.
Do you like Superman? The red cape, the big 'S' on the chest, that little squiggle of black hair dropping down the forehead? You know the guy. Well, the most recent film adaptation, Man of Steel from 2013, was partially filmed in Plano, which doubled up as the scene of serious destruction in Smallville. Don't worry, though, there aren't really any alien super-powered beings there.

Plano is a city of 10,856 people in Kendall County, Illinois. Since 2000, the population has nearly doubled, making it a highly popular small city in the region. The city is set right on Route 34, which cuts across it heading east and west. The largest city in the nearby area is Aurora, roughly 15 miles to the northeast, and if you keep at that heading you'll soon find yourself in Chicago about 40 miles away.

Moving to Plano

Has Plano garnered your interest? Great, you might well have made a good choice. However, there's a few things to consider first to do with moving to the city because, like any city in America, Plano has is unique and has its own specific housing menu.

So, That Menu

A lot of the housing in Plano is fairly new, and this is no surprise seeing that the city has almost doubled in population in 10 years. Nearly 40 percent of all housing was built after 2000, so you can bet that any property you find will be in fairly good condition. That said, Plano is rife with two specific types of housing -- detached homes and townhouses, with the former making up nearly 80 percent of what's available. That's all good for someone who wants a house as their rental property, but not so much if you're looking for city apartments. In fact, any apartment search in Plano is likely to leave you scratching your head, because they're few and far between. Not a great place for apartment seekers, then, but good for house hunters.

When to Move?

This is often a personal preference and, in reality, most people end up moving when their current tenancy ends. I mean, who wants to sofa surf for weeks or months on end? Not many, especially if you have a family in tow. If possible it's generally best to start looking at the beginning of the year, or the end of it. Through spring and summer the market always tends to become more competitive and rental prices can actually spike, so if you have some flexibility it's a good idea to use it as much as you can.

A Bit of Hoop Jumping

You're not going to be handed the keys to your new place without jumping through a few hoops first. Any landlord or realtor will need to know that you'll be able to pay your rent on time, every time. This means referencing and credit checks. If this is a problem, consider finding someone to act as a guarantor for you. You'll also need to pay a security deposit and your first month's rent up front, so get saving now.

Moving to Plano
+

Has Plano garnered your interest? Great, you might well have made a good choice. However, there's a few things to consider first to do with moving to the city because, like any city in America, Plano has is unique and has its own specific housing menu.

So, That Menu

A lot of the housing in Plano is fairly new, and this is no surprise seeing that the city has almost doubled in population in 10 years. Nearly 40 percent of all housing was built after 2000, so you can bet that any property you find will be in fairly good condition. That said, Plano is rife with two specific types of housing -- detached homes and townhouses, with the former making up nearly 80 percent of what's available. That's all good for someone who wants a house as their rental property, but not so much if you're looking for city apartments. In fact, any apartment search in Plano is likely to leave you scratching your head, because they're few and far between. Not a great place for apartment seekers, then, but good for house hunters.

When to Move?

This is often a personal preference and, in reality, most people end up moving when their current tenancy ends. I mean, who wants to sofa surf for weeks or months on end? Not many, especially if you have a family in tow. If possible it's generally best to start looking at the beginning of the year, or the end of it. Through spring and summer the market always tends to become more competitive and rental prices can actually spike, so if you have some flexibility it's a good idea to use it as much as you can.

A Bit of Hoop Jumping

You're not going to be handed the keys to your new place without jumping through a few hoops first. Any landlord or realtor will need to know that you'll be able to pay your rent on time, every time. This means referencing and credit checks. If this is a problem, consider finding someone to act as a guarantor for you. You'll also need to pay a security deposit and your first month's rent up front, so get saving now.

Neighborhoods in Plano

Neighborhoods, plural, is inaccurate, as Plano is a one neighborhood city. The walk score there is 68, making it somewhat walkable. Of course, this all depends on where you live, work, and so on. Find a townhouse centrally, near to the main amenities in town, and close to that shop you work in, and you'll be able to get by on your two feet. If you live slightly further out of the town center and commute to another area for work, you'll probably need a car.

So, what might you expect to find in Plano? Well, all the usual really. In the center of town you'll find a few restaurants like Suzy's Pizza and Jade's Garden (apparently all the restaurants in Plano are named after someone), as well as shops, banks and, if you veer slightly further from downtown, several schools and parks. Beyond the central urban area you'll find wider prairies with farms and fields scattered over the landscape, and here you'll find the larger, and older, properties in the region.

Neighborhoods in Plano
+

Neighborhoods, plural, is inaccurate, as Plano is a one neighborhood city. The walk score there is 68, making it somewhat walkable. Of course, this all depends on where you live, work, and so on. Find a townhouse centrally, near to the main amenities in town, and close to that shop you work in, and you'll be able to get by on your two feet. If you live slightly further out of the town center and commute to another area for work, you'll probably need a car.

So, what might you expect to find in Plano? Well, all the usual really. In the center of town you'll find a few restaurants like Suzy's Pizza and Jade's Garden (apparently all the restaurants in Plano are named after someone), as well as shops, banks and, if you veer slightly further from downtown, several schools and parks. Beyond the central urban area you'll find wider prairies with farms and fields scattered over the landscape, and here you'll find the larger, and older, properties in the region.

Living in Plano

The fact that Plano doubled up as Smallville for the recent Superman film tells you all you need to know about it really. It's kind of the perfect small town, with idyllic parks, tree lined streets, cozy homes, and wide prairies stretching beyond the boundaries of the town proper. There are a number of parks of note that people flock to year round, including Foli Park, Plano City Park, and Larry Trimberger Park. Slightly to the south you'll find the much larger Silver Springs State Park. For golfers the Cedardell Golf Course is an great spot, and Farnsworth House is an important historical site in the city and one of its favorite tourist attractions.

How about getting from point A to point B? Well, Amtrak runs straight through the center of the city, providing easy passage over towards Chicago and all of the its suburbs, which is great for commuters and those just looking to head east for a day out. If you prefer to drive then you'll find the going easy, with Route 34 heading towards Chicago as well. Interstates 88, 55, 80, and 39 are also reachable with a short drive in various directions taking you just about anywhere you might want to go in the state and beyond.

Living in Plano
+

The fact that Plano doubled up as Smallville for the recent Superman film tells you all you need to know about it really. It's kind of the perfect small town, with idyllic parks, tree lined streets, cozy homes, and wide prairies stretching beyond the boundaries of the town proper. There are a number of parks of note that people flock to year round, including Foli Park, Plano City Park, and Larry Trimberger Park. Slightly to the south you'll find the much larger Silver Springs State Park. For golfers the Cedardell Golf Course is an great spot, and Farnsworth House is an important historical site in the city and one of its favorite tourist attractions.

How about getting from point A to point B? Well, Amtrak runs straight through the center of the city, providing easy passage over towards Chicago and all of the its suburbs, which is great for commuters and those just looking to head east for a day out. If you prefer to drive then you'll find the going easy, with Route 34 heading towards Chicago as well. Interstates 88, 55, 80, and 39 are also reachable with a short drive in various directions taking you just about anywhere you might want to go in the state and beyond.