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121 apartments for rent in Fort Wayne, IN

Steeplechase at Parkview
11275 Sportsman Park Ln
1 Bed
$810
2 Bed
$865
3 Bed
$1,374
The Reserve at Dawson's Creek
401 Augusta Way
1 Bed
$795
2 Bed
$935
3 Bed
$1,110
Oak Crossing
10501 Day Lily Dr
1 Bed
$864
2 Bed
$885
3 Bed
$1,376
Black Bear Creek Apartments
1604 Reed Rd
1 Bed
$520
2 Bed
$555
3 Bed
$799
Island Club
2302 E Wallen Rd
1 Bed
$725
2 Bed
$800
3113 Webster Street
LaRez
4 Bed
$695
1217 Kinsmoor Ave
Oakdale
4 Bed
$850
2610 Fairfield View Pl
West Central
3 Bed
$675
2926 Lillie Street
Oxford
3 Bed
$550
4625 Spatz
Pettit-Rudisill
3 Bed
$535
730 Drexel Ave
Oxford
3 Bed
$615
1930 Oxford
Rudisill Plaza
3 Bed
$495
2812 Plaza Dr
Pontiac Place
3 Bed
$595
2915 Genessee Avenue
Broad River
3 Bed
$800
3405 Harvester Street
Harvester Community
1 Bed
$375
3507 Central Dr
Rudisill Plaza
3 Bed
$565
3422 Smith St
Oxford
3 Bed
$585
1736 Saint Joseph Blvd
Spy Run
2 Bed
$685
1701 Cortland
Bloomingdale
3 Bed
$695
3406 Alexander Street
Pontiac Place
2 Bed
$475
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City Guide
Fort Wayne
Getting to Know You, Fort Wayne

For the record, Wayne refers to “Mad” Anthony Wayne, an American general who founded the city during the Revolutionary War. A bustling trading post city in its infancy, Fort Wayne has grown in recent years into a hub for professionals in the insurance, defense, and healthcare industries.

Like much of Northeast Indiana, Fort Wayne is geared more towards married couples, families with children, and careerists than singles and youths. The city is dotted with parks, playgrounds, a children’s zoo, and plenty of riverside trails, while the unofficial nickname, the “City of Churches,” speaks for itself in regards to the values many residents hold most dear.

But never fear, night owls: Fort Wayne is more than just a sprawling terrain filled with Suburban Suzies and Sunday morning worshippers. If you’re a live music aficionado, you won’t be disappointed by Fort Wayne. The Allen County Coliseum routinely attracts nationally recognized artists, while local haunts like the Green Frog, Legends, Club Soda, and the Mad Anthony Brewery feature bands playing every type of music from mellow acoustic rock and obscure indie rock to jazz, death metal, and pop.

The ‘Hoods of the Fort

You might hear a lot about Fort Wayne’s south side. Just be sure, especially if you’re considering this part of town, to scope it out in advance to see with your own eyes whether or not the area is a good fit for you.

Generally, the most economical apartments are located down south, but it’s very possible to find first-rate rental units pretty much anywhere in Fort Wayne that are relatively inexpensive. Centrally located neighborhoods like Forest Park, the artistically inspired West Central district, and the scenic Lakeside area boast some of the city’s most eclectic lodgings and freestanding houses. The southwestern and northwestern edges of town are home to the city’s highest income residents and also serve up some surprisingly affordable rentals. It’s not uncommon to find spacious (1000-plus square feet), modern, multi-BR apartments in these areas for less than $700, while lucky leasers can even find grandiose estates that cover 2000-plus square feet for a grand or less.

And now you’re all set to begin the hunt for your humble Hoosier abode. So welcome to Mad Anthony’s trading town, and best of luck!