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11 Apartments for rent in Ocean City, MD

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322 Bayshore Drive
322 Bayshore Drive
Ocean City, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
632 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
Two bedroom , one bathroom apartment with unobstructed bay view available for year round rent. Located in Ocean City MD, within walking distance to boardwalk, beach, laundry mat, as well of plenty of bars and restaurants.
1 Unit Available
9800 Coastal Hwy
9800 Coastal Highway
Ocean City, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1647 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 07:06 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in Ocean City, Direct Oceanfront.
1 Unit Available
3 88th St
3 88th Street
Ocean City, MD
2 Bedrooms
$950
600 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 07:06 AM
Newly Renovated last year plus new railings and trex decks this year in perfect mid-town Ocean Block location! This adorable 2 Bedroom, 2 Full Bath condo (plus 3rd sleeping room) is a First Floor unit with an extra large covered patio, just 50 yards
1 Unit Available
409 St Louis Ave
409 North Saint Louis Avenue
Ocean City, MD
1 Bedroom
$900
900 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 07:06 AM
Newly renovated 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment in Ocean City. Amenities included: central air, central heat, dishwasher, hardwood floors, pool, stainless steel appliances, updated kitchen, updated bathroom, and washer dryer. No Utilities included.
1 Unit Available
15 78th St
15 78th Street
Ocean City, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1300 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 07:06 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo in Ocean City. Amenities included: balcony, central air, central heat, deck, dishwasher, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliance, updated kitchen, updated bathroom, washer dryer, and yard.
1 Unit Available
12304 Jamaica Ave
12304 Jamaica Avenue
Ocean City, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,100
590 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 07:06 AM
This 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo has been recently updated (3 months ago) with all new paint, flooring, stainless steel appliances, kitchen cabinetry, new mattress and boxspring, new living room and balcony furniture and more.
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1 Unit Available
13400 MADISON AVENUE
13400 Madison Avenue
Sussex County, DE
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1120 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 04:20 AM
3 Bedroom 2 Bath upper level unit * Unfurnished property with full kitchen, cathedral ceilings, screened porch and sun deck * View of water across the street * French doors from dining area leads to screened porch * Lots of light an large bedrooms
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Oceans East Luxury Apartment Homes
9800 Shore Break Lane
Berlin, MD
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,599
1247 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 25 at 05:41 AM
Welcome to Oceans East luxury apartment homes. Located in beautiful Berlin, Maryland, local charm and salt air inspire this upscale community focused on encouraging you to relax while everything is taken care of for you.
1 Unit Available
32892 Coastal Highway Unit 4 - 1
32892 Coastal Highway
Sussex County, DE
Studio
$1,500
725 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 05:12 AM
Commercial Office Space for Rent in Bethany Beach, DE just outside the City Limits and right off Busy Coastal Highway +/- 725 sq foot office space available in the Starboard Center next to established Law Firm.
1 Unit Available
38319 THISTLE LANE
38319 Thistle Lane
Sussex County, DE
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1100 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 04:20 AM
3bdrm/2.5 bath townhouse located in the community of Bethany Meadows. Less than 2 miles to the beach with easy access to Rt. 1 without traffic in the summer.
1 Unit Available
32326 WINDMILL DRIVE
32326 Windmill Drive
Sussex County, DE
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1500 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 04:20 AM
This Cape Cod home is situated in a wooded setting Just outside of Ocean View and convenient to shopping, medical facilities, and the elementary school. this home has a 1sr floor owners suite and 2 guests bedrooms upstairs.
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How much is rent in Ocean City?
Apartment Rentals in Ocean City start at $900/month.
How much is rent in Ocean City?
Apartment Rentals in Ocean City start at $900/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Ocean City?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Ocean City 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 Ocean City 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.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Ocean City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Salisbury University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Ocean City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Salisbury University.

City Guide

Ocean City
Ocean City, MD: What began as "The Ladies' Resort to the Ocean" is now the premier ocean resort on the Middle Atlantic Seaboard.
Ocean City, MD: What began as "The Ladies' Resort to the Ocean" is now the premier ocean resort on the Middle Atlantic Seaboard.

One of the top resort towns on the Eastern Seaboard, Ocean City has a fluctuating population -- a weekday in November sees it as home to around 8,000 residents, while a summer weekend can see up to 350,000 vacationers. Sitting on a thin strip of land, surrounded by water, it is a town that is dependent on the sea, for business as well as pleasure.

Moving to Ocean City

If you want to live in Ocean City year-round, you'll need to have a hefty security payment ready, and a complete set of background information that includes references and pay stubs.

Given the seasonal up and downs as far as the population goes, trying to rent and move in during the summer is possibly one of the worst ideas you could ever have. You'll want to do your search and move in prior to Memorial Day, or wait until after Labor Day. Otherwise, you might find yourself coming up with new swear words as you try and navigate a U-Haul through shore traffic.

Be prepared for some gnarly weather throughout the year, though. The town has been brushed by tropical storms and hurricanes a number of times, although it has escaped direct hits so far. Winters can get a bit nippy, but summers will thankfully not get particularly sweltering.

Moving to Ocean City
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If you want to live in Ocean City year-round, you'll need to have a hefty security payment ready, and a complete set of background information that includes references and pay stubs.

Given the seasonal up and downs as far as the population goes, trying to rent and move in during the summer is possibly one of the worst ideas you could ever have. You'll want to do your search and move in prior to Memorial Day, or wait until after Labor Day. Otherwise, you might find yourself coming up with new swear words as you try and navigate a U-Haul through shore traffic.

Be prepared for some gnarly weather throughout the year, though. The town has been brushed by tropical storms and hurricanes a number of times, although it has escaped direct hits so far. Winters can get a bit nippy, but summers will thankfully not get particularly sweltering.

Neighborhoods of Ocean City

Now that you're convinced that Ocean City is the next stop on your life's road map, it's time to decide which neighborhood would suit you best!

Town Center: This area is a vacationer's paradise, where many of the homes are owned but vacant. You can find some modern, premier apartments in this neighborhood, but expect to pay a modern, premier price. It's easy to walk or bike wherever you may need to go in this neighborhood. If you want to head out to the ocean, stop by the Oceanic Fishing Pier, all the way at the tip of the neighborhood.

North Ocean City: This is where the party is at -- full of bars, restaurants, and other party spots that are open until late at night. Pretty much anything you'll need is in walking or biking distance, although that can be a double-edged sword. During the summer, good luck getting away from the parties. With plenty of newer high-rise apartment buildings, this is a great place to start when you're trying to find an apartment. It's also home to some of the best eateries in the city, like On the Bay Seafood and The Shark on the Harbor.

Coastal Highway: At the very top end of town, this mostly-residential neighborhood is also home to plenty of year-round residents. This is thanks to it being the widest neighborhood in the city - the other two neighborhoods are, generally, only three or four blocks on each side of the main drag. This is your best bet as far as finding long term house rentals in Ocean City - start looking around Gorman Avenue Par, and don't forget to stop by Nick's Original House of Ribs for a bite while on your search.

Neighborhoods of Ocean City
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Now that you're convinced that Ocean City is the next stop on your life's road map, it's time to decide which neighborhood would suit you best!

Town Center: This area is a vacationer's paradise, where many of the homes are owned but vacant. You can find some modern, premier apartments in this neighborhood, but expect to pay a modern, premier price. It's easy to walk or bike wherever you may need to go in this neighborhood. If you want to head out to the ocean, stop by the Oceanic Fishing Pier, all the way at the tip of the neighborhood.

North Ocean City: This is where the party is at -- full of bars, restaurants, and other party spots that are open until late at night. Pretty much anything you'll need is in walking or biking distance, although that can be a double-edged sword. During the summer, good luck getting away from the parties. With plenty of newer high-rise apartment buildings, this is a great place to start when you're trying to find an apartment. It's also home to some of the best eateries in the city, like On the Bay Seafood and The Shark on the Harbor.

Coastal Highway: At the very top end of town, this mostly-residential neighborhood is also home to plenty of year-round residents. This is thanks to it being the widest neighborhood in the city - the other two neighborhoods are, generally, only three or four blocks on each side of the main drag. This is your best bet as far as finding long term house rentals in Ocean City - start looking around Gorman Avenue Par, and don't forget to stop by Nick's Original House of Ribs for a bite while on your search.

Living in Ocean City

While the vacationers can be a pain, there are a lot of pluses to living in a resort town. To begin with, public transportation is top-notch, and you can easily make do in Ocean City without a vehicle. Forego the car and get yourself a boat and a scooter, you'll be set.

On top of that, there is never a lack of things to do. Festivities, conventions, and events are on year-round, to keep the visitors flowing in. The biggest week of the year is Senior Week, which has tons of activities for recent graduates, as well as the OC Car Show, the Dew Tour, and H20 Under 21 Events for folks from all age groups. Long before that, the big summer season kick-off is the annual Springfest Arts and Crafts festival, with four days of arts, crafts, food and beverage. This is the most popular event amongst locals.

For year-round residents, the outdoors has tons to offer. All the beach activities are right there, and with homes backing right up to the bay, it's really easy for those who enjoy fishing and boating. You can cross over the Ocean City Inlet to the majesty that is Assateague Island and the famed ponies, or head up the coast to the slightly more convenient Fenwick Island State Park.

Living in Ocean City
+

While the vacationers can be a pain, there are a lot of pluses to living in a resort town. To begin with, public transportation is top-notch, and you can easily make do in Ocean City without a vehicle. Forego the car and get yourself a boat and a scooter, you'll be set.

On top of that, there is never a lack of things to do. Festivities, conventions, and events are on year-round, to keep the visitors flowing in. The biggest week of the year is Senior Week, which has tons of activities for recent graduates, as well as the OC Car Show, the Dew Tour, and H20 Under 21 Events for folks from all age groups. Long before that, the big summer season kick-off is the annual Springfest Arts and Crafts festival, with four days of arts, crafts, food and beverage. This is the most popular event amongst locals.

For year-round residents, the outdoors has tons to offer. All the beach activities are right there, and with homes backing right up to the bay, it's really easy for those who enjoy fishing and boating. You can cross over the Ocean City Inlet to the majesty that is Assateague Island and the famed ponies, or head up the coast to the slightly more convenient Fenwick Island State Park.

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City Guide

Ocean City
Ocean City, MD: What began as "The Ladies' Resort to the Ocean" is now the premier ocean resort on the Middle Atlantic Seaboard.
Ocean City, MD: What began as "The Ladies' Resort to the Ocean" is now the premier ocean resort on the Middle Atlantic Seaboard.

One of the top resort towns on the Eastern Seaboard, Ocean City has a fluctuating population -- a weekday in November sees it as home to around 8,000 residents, while a summer weekend can see up to 350,000 vacationers. Sitting on a thin strip of land, surrounded by water, it is a town that is dependent on the sea, for business as well as pleasure.

Moving to Ocean City

If you want to live in Ocean City year-round, you'll need to have a hefty security payment ready, and a complete set of background information that includes references and pay stubs.

Given the seasonal up and downs as far as the population goes, trying to rent and move in during the summer is possibly one of the worst ideas you could ever have. You'll want to do your search and move in prior to Memorial Day, or wait until after Labor Day. Otherwise, you might find yourself coming up with new swear words as you try and navigate a U-Haul through shore traffic.

Be prepared for some gnarly weather throughout the year, though. The town has been brushed by tropical storms and hurricanes a number of times, although it has escaped direct hits so far. Winters can get a bit nippy, but summers will thankfully not get particularly sweltering.

Moving to Ocean City
+

If you want to live in Ocean City year-round, you'll need to have a hefty security payment ready, and a complete set of background information that includes references and pay stubs.

Given the seasonal up and downs as far as the population goes, trying to rent and move in during the summer is possibly one of the worst ideas you could ever have. You'll want to do your search and move in prior to Memorial Day, or wait until after Labor Day. Otherwise, you might find yourself coming up with new swear words as you try and navigate a U-Haul through shore traffic.

Be prepared for some gnarly weather throughout the year, though. The town has been brushed by tropical storms and hurricanes a number of times, although it has escaped direct hits so far. Winters can get a bit nippy, but summers will thankfully not get particularly sweltering.

Neighborhoods of Ocean City

Now that you're convinced that Ocean City is the next stop on your life's road map, it's time to decide which neighborhood would suit you best!

Town Center: This area is a vacationer's paradise, where many of the homes are owned but vacant. You can find some modern, premier apartments in this neighborhood, but expect to pay a modern, premier price. It's easy to walk or bike wherever you may need to go in this neighborhood. If you want to head out to the ocean, stop by the Oceanic Fishing Pier, all the way at the tip of the neighborhood.

North Ocean City: This is where the party is at -- full of bars, restaurants, and other party spots that are open until late at night. Pretty much anything you'll need is in walking or biking distance, although that can be a double-edged sword. During the summer, good luck getting away from the parties. With plenty of newer high-rise apartment buildings, this is a great place to start when you're trying to find an apartment. It's also home to some of the best eateries in the city, like On the Bay Seafood and The Shark on the Harbor.

Coastal Highway: At the very top end of town, this mostly-residential neighborhood is also home to plenty of year-round residents. This is thanks to it being the widest neighborhood in the city - the other two neighborhoods are, generally, only three or four blocks on each side of the main drag. This is your best bet as far as finding long term house rentals in Ocean City - start looking around Gorman Avenue Par, and don't forget to stop by Nick's Original House of Ribs for a bite while on your search.

Neighborhoods of Ocean City
+

Now that you're convinced that Ocean City is the next stop on your life's road map, it's time to decide which neighborhood would suit you best!

Town Center: This area is a vacationer's paradise, where many of the homes are owned but vacant. You can find some modern, premier apartments in this neighborhood, but expect to pay a modern, premier price. It's easy to walk or bike wherever you may need to go in this neighborhood. If you want to head out to the ocean, stop by the Oceanic Fishing Pier, all the way at the tip of the neighborhood.

North Ocean City: This is where the party is at -- full of bars, restaurants, and other party spots that are open until late at night. Pretty much anything you'll need is in walking or biking distance, although that can be a double-edged sword. During the summer, good luck getting away from the parties. With plenty of newer high-rise apartment buildings, this is a great place to start when you're trying to find an apartment. It's also home to some of the best eateries in the city, like On the Bay Seafood and The Shark on the Harbor.

Coastal Highway: At the very top end of town, this mostly-residential neighborhood is also home to plenty of year-round residents. This is thanks to it being the widest neighborhood in the city - the other two neighborhoods are, generally, only three or four blocks on each side of the main drag. This is your best bet as far as finding long term house rentals in Ocean City - start looking around Gorman Avenue Par, and don't forget to stop by Nick's Original House of Ribs for a bite while on your search.

Living in Ocean City

While the vacationers can be a pain, there are a lot of pluses to living in a resort town. To begin with, public transportation is top-notch, and you can easily make do in Ocean City without a vehicle. Forego the car and get yourself a boat and a scooter, you'll be set.

On top of that, there is never a lack of things to do. Festivities, conventions, and events are on year-round, to keep the visitors flowing in. The biggest week of the year is Senior Week, which has tons of activities for recent graduates, as well as the OC Car Show, the Dew Tour, and H20 Under 21 Events for folks from all age groups. Long before that, the big summer season kick-off is the annual Springfest Arts and Crafts festival, with four days of arts, crafts, food and beverage. This is the most popular event amongst locals.

For year-round residents, the outdoors has tons to offer. All the beach activities are right there, and with homes backing right up to the bay, it's really easy for those who enjoy fishing and boating. You can cross over the Ocean City Inlet to the majesty that is Assateague Island and the famed ponies, or head up the coast to the slightly more convenient Fenwick Island State Park.

Living in Ocean City
+

While the vacationers can be a pain, there are a lot of pluses to living in a resort town. To begin with, public transportation is top-notch, and you can easily make do in Ocean City without a vehicle. Forego the car and get yourself a boat and a scooter, you'll be set.

On top of that, there is never a lack of things to do. Festivities, conventions, and events are on year-round, to keep the visitors flowing in. The biggest week of the year is Senior Week, which has tons of activities for recent graduates, as well as the OC Car Show, the Dew Tour, and H20 Under 21 Events for folks from all age groups. Long before that, the big summer season kick-off is the annual Springfest Arts and Crafts festival, with four days of arts, crafts, food and beverage. This is the most popular event amongst locals.

For year-round residents, the outdoors has tons to offer. All the beach activities are right there, and with homes backing right up to the bay, it's really easy for those who enjoy fishing and boating. You can cross over the Ocean City Inlet to the majesty that is Assateague Island and the famed ponies, or head up the coast to the slightly more convenient Fenwick Island State Park.