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97 Apartments for rent in Grandville, MI

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Grand Castle
2655 Grand Castle Blvd
Grandville, MI
Studio
$755
524 sqft
1 Bedroom
$915
856 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,345
1231 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
The Grand Castle is a 522-unit apartment community under construction in Grandville, MI. Our community offers a range of living spaces, including studios, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, three bedrooms, and multi-level penthouses.
Results within 1 mile of Grandville
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30 Units Available
Ramblewood Apartments
4277 Stonebridge Rd SW
Wyoming, MI
Studio
$853
486 sqft
1 Bedroom
$819
728 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$945
1083 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:42 PM
Landscaped 185 wooded community with tennis courts, basketball, volleyball and walking trails. Giant fitness center. Apartments have hardwood floors, walk-in closets and private patio/balcony. Close to I-196 and US-131.
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5 Units Available
Woodlake Apartments
5001 Byron Center Avenue SW
Wyoming, MI
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,003
804 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,229
1231 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:42 PM
Newly renovated studio to three-bedroom apartments in a great location, minutes from Grand Rapids. Fully equipped kitchens with wooded views available and private patios or balconies in most units.
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2 Units Available
Oldebrook Apartments
2334 Prairie Pkwy SW
Wyoming, MI
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$923
576 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 25 at 03:41 PM
If you’re searching for a cozy apartment in Wyoming, MI, Oldebrook Apartments is your perfect place. The charm of our lush green trees and serene natural water vistas are just two reasons our residents love to call Oldebrook home.
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8 Units Available
Waterchase
3100 Waterchase Way SW
Wyoming, MI
1 Bedroom
$965
711 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,085
910 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,465
1154 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:41 PM
Furnished homes with hardwood floors and new updates. Community amenities include a basketball court, volleyball court and grilling pavilion. All units come with 24-hour maintenance. Near Prairie Park. Within minutes of I-96.
1 Unit Available
2440 Byron Center Avenue Southwest
2440 Byron Center Avenue Southwest
Wyoming, MI
1 Bedroom
$715
700 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:40 PM
Byron Center Lofts Unit #3 Check out this one bedroom, one bathroom second floor unit with 9ft ceilings. Very spacious family room, kitchen with lots of cupboard space, dishwasher, fridge and stove. Good size bedroom with closet.
Results within 5 miles of Grandville
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4 Units Available
Lofts on Ionia
1 Ionia Avenue Southwest
Grand Rapids, MI | Heartside-Downtown Grand Rapids
1 Bedroom
$1,295
720 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
942 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:30 PM
1 Ionia, formerly known as 1 and 7 Ionia (two buildings now joined together), is home to a flourishing apartment community and brewery.
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10 Units Available
Venue Tower Apartments
15 Ottawa Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI | Heartside-Downtown Grand Rapids
Studio
$1,026
406 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,361
543 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,072
1069 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:23 PM
Near the Van Andel Arena and the area's best in art and culture. Community amenities include a clubhouse, fitness studio and outdoor patio. Each apartment offers energy-efficient appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows and plank flooring.
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13 Units Available
Arena Place
55 Ottawa Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI | Heartside-Downtown Grand Rapids
1 Bedroom
$1,443
624 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,705
869 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:07 PM
This upscale, newer community offers a fitness studio, recycling program and rooftop resident clubhouse with an entertainment area. Each apartment offers energy efficient appliances, gourmet kitchens and balconies.
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1 Unit Available
Deerview
1860 RW Berends Dr SW
Wyoming, MI
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,325
1114 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:11 PM
This pet-friendly community provides residents with on-site garage parking. Apartments feature in-unit laundry and a full range of appliances. Close to dining and shopping along 44th Street.
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15 Units Available
601 Lake Michigan Dr NW
601 Lake Michigan Drive Northwest
Grand Rapids, MI | SWAN
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,300
585 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
795 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:40 PM
601 West Apartments in Grand Rapids is just steps away from all your lifestyle desires. Your neighborhood grocer, Bridge Street Market is your one-stop shop for all your everyday needs.
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Springs at the Reserve
5700 Wilson Ave SW
Wyoming, MI
Studio
$1,112
662 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,256
869 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,558
1162 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:40 PM
Springs at the Reserve is a beautiful, luxury apartment community located in Wyoming, MI.
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10 Units Available
Studio Park Lofts
122 Oakes St SW
Grand Rapids, MI | Heartside-Downtown Grand Rapids
Studio
$1,020
452 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,435
558 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,955
870 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:40 PM
Studio Park is downtown living at its best-an accessible location, energetic environment,and modern amenities galore.
1 Unit Available
717 Chatham Street Northwest
717 Chatham Street Northwest
Grand Rapids, MI | SWAN
3 Bedrooms
$1,175
1300 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:40 PM
Upper 3 bedroom unit close to GVSU Pew campus, Bridges St revival and buses. This is an upper unit that has two large family rooms and wood floors throughout. Three good sized bedrooms all with closets, nice bathroom.
1 Unit Available
350 Marion Ave NW 2
350 Marion Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI | SWAN
5 Bedrooms
$2,100
2300 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:11 PM
Check out this newly renovated duplex near Bridge St! The kitchen alone blows you away. The awesome upper unit has 5 great bedrooms, a large living room, two full bathrooms, has central air conditioning and includes water.
1 Unit Available
5347 Eagle Glen Avenue SW
5347 Eagle Glen Dr SW
Wyoming, MI
4 Bedrooms
$2,325
2000 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
5347 Eagle Glen Avenue SW Available 11/01/20 New Construction Home for Lease - ***Location is east of Burlingame Ave on the South side of 52nd St. Take 52nd to Mulligan Dr that will connect to Eagle Glenn. New Street, not in google.
1 Unit Available
5730 Nelson Dr
5730 Nelson Drive
Ottawa County, MI
5 Bedrooms
$3,500
4334 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
5730 Nelson Dr Available 10/01/20 ***This property is NOT available for rent*** This listing is published for the sole purpose of testing a software application. (RLNE6105468)
1 Unit Available
1033 Sunset Hills Ave NW
1033 Sunset Hills Avenue Northwest
Walker, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1293 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
Newly Remodeled 3 bed/1.5 bath in Walker- Lawn Care and Plowing Included in Rent!! Flexible Lease Terms Available! - Beautifully remodeled 3 bedroom, 1.
1 Unit Available
323 Griggs St SW
323 Griggs Street Southwest
Grand Rapids, MI | Garfield Park
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
1308 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
Large 4 Bedroom - Large 4 bedroom! Enjoy this spacious home, we a nice backyard, detached garage and large unfinished basement great for storage. Home is not set up for HCV No Pets Allowed (RLNE3068884)
1 Unit Available
1580 76th St SW
1580 76th St SW
Cutlerville, MI
4 Bedrooms
$2,350
2160 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
Available 10/01/20 **AVAILABLE 10/1/20** ! Newer custom built townhome-duplex in convenient location. Easy access to both M-6 and US 131, just 10 min from downtown GR while in the heart of award winning Byron Center schools.
1 Unit Available
153 Seward Ave NW
153 Seward Avenue Northwest
Grand Rapids, MI | SWAN
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
1900 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Come see this 4 Bedroom 2 bath home near Grand Valley's downtown campus and Grand Rapids restaurants and attractions. There is a 2 stall garage for off the road parking and a large fenced in yard.
1 Unit Available
600 Broadway Ave NW Apt 313
600 Broadway Avenue Northwest
Grand Rapids, MI | West Grand
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,500
1100 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Ready for IMMEDIATE MOVE-IN TODAY!! FREE 55' Flat Screen TV when you sign a lease before September 25th. This professional 2 bedroom 1 bathroom condo in Union Square Complex is in the perfect location and has great amenities.
1 Unit Available
2002 Cannon Street Southwest
2002 Cannon Drive Southwest
Wyoming, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,299
1500 sqft
Last updated April 16 at 11:08 AM
You will not be disappointed with this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom ranch home in Wyoming. Close to RiverTown Crossings and all it has to offer. Kitchen with stove, fridge, dishwasher and microwave. New flooring in kitchen, dining room and family room.
1 Unit Available
814 First Street Northwest
814 1st Street Northwest
Grand Rapids, MI | West Grand
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1100 sqft
Last updated April 13 at 12:06 PM
Beautiful 3 bedroom and one bathroom home one block off the new and upcoming Bridge St NW area. This home was just tastefully updated. Newer grey neutral paint throughout.
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How much is rent in Grandville?
In Grandville, the median rent is $602 for a studio, $738 for a 1-bedroom, $896 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,269 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Grandville, check out our monthly Grandville Rent Report.
How much is rent in Grandville?
In Grandville, the median rent is $602 for a studio, $738 for a 1-bedroom, $896 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,269 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Grandville, check out our monthly Grandville Rent Report.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Grandville apartments that allow pets.
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While some Grandville 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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While some Grandville 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 Grandville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Kalamazoo College, Muskegon Community College, Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids Community College, and Hope College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Grandville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Kalamazoo College, Muskegon Community College, Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids Community College, and Hope College.

Median Rent in Grandville

Last updated Sep. 2020
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Grandville is $738, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $896.
Studio
$602
1 Bed
$738
2 Beds
$896
3+ Beds
$1,269

City Guide

Grandville
Grandville contains a lot of geographical references that all have to do with the word "grand." It's located just 8 miles southwest of Grand Rapids and its location near the river bend of the Grand River helped loggers make sure there were no log jams on the way to Grand Haven.
Grandville contains a lot of geographical references that all have to do with the word "grand." It's located just 8 miles southwest of Grand Rapids and its location near the river bend of the Grand River helped loggers make sure there were no log jams on the way to Grand Haven.

Today there's nothing to remind you that this was ever a logging town. Grandville is now one of the most popular suburbs of Grand Rapids, which is really saying something, because Grand Rapids is one of the country's fastest growing cities in its own right. Grandville is more than just a suburb; it's a great place to live.

Moving to Grandville

If you want to move to Grandville, you have a lot of good company. Since this is a popular area, a lot of people want to move here. But that means the rental market can be pretty tight! There aren't as many rental properties as there are people who want to move into them and there are fewer available rentals compared to the rest of the state. Don't lose hope, though. Even though there are a lot of people vying for the limited rental properties, it won't be impossible to get one. You just need to allow some extra time for your search. Grandville has a number of attractive apartment complexes that you might want to check out, especially if a one bedroom apartment or two bedroom apartment would meet your needs. In general, you might want to allow extra time if you need a three-bedroom apartment, too, since the people who move into three-bedroom apartments tend to stay put for a while.

The really good news about the rental situation in Grandville is that even if it's a competitive market, you won't pay outrageous prices. Many other cities with similarly competitive markets charge incredibly high rents, but the rents in Grandville are still in line with other mid-sized Midwestern cities. That said, though, you need to be prepared to act quickly when you do find that ideal rental property that meets your needs. Come armed with a good job, solid rental references and those ever important security deposits. Most landlords will require at least the first month's rent in addition to the security deposit, but many will ask for the last month's rent as well. If you have a special situation like needing to find an apartment with all bills paid or that will allow you to bring your pets, you may be able to find it with a little extra legwork. However, in exchange for being allowed to bring Fluffy and Fido, you should expect that you will likely need to pay additional deposits.

Moving to Grandville
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If you want to move to Grandville, you have a lot of good company. Since this is a popular area, a lot of people want to move here. But that means the rental market can be pretty tight! There aren't as many rental properties as there are people who want to move into them and there are fewer available rentals compared to the rest of the state. Don't lose hope, though. Even though there are a lot of people vying for the limited rental properties, it won't be impossible to get one. You just need to allow some extra time for your search. Grandville has a number of attractive apartment complexes that you might want to check out, especially if a one bedroom apartment or two bedroom apartment would meet your needs. In general, you might want to allow extra time if you need a three-bedroom apartment, too, since the people who move into three-bedroom apartments tend to stay put for a while.

The really good news about the rental situation in Grandville is that even if it's a competitive market, you won't pay outrageous prices. Many other cities with similarly competitive markets charge incredibly high rents, but the rents in Grandville are still in line with other mid-sized Midwestern cities. That said, though, you need to be prepared to act quickly when you do find that ideal rental property that meets your needs. Come armed with a good job, solid rental references and those ever important security deposits. Most landlords will require at least the first month's rent in addition to the security deposit, but many will ask for the last month's rent as well. If you have a special situation like needing to find an apartment with all bills paid or that will allow you to bring your pets, you may be able to find it with a little extra legwork. However, in exchange for being allowed to bring Fluffy and Fido, you should expect that you will likely need to pay additional deposits.

Neighborhoods

Sommerset West: This part of town includes a lot of new construction homes and is located just southeast of 44th St. and 8th Ave. with easy access to I-196.

Green Timbers: This neighborhood features a mix of older and new homes. This is a great place to live when you want lush, green surroundings, since this neighborhood has a lot of trees and larger lot sizes.

Rushmore / Cherrywood: This neighborhood includes the major streets of Rushmore St. and Cherrywood Ave. A lot of people love this collection of homes in the west side of Grandville because it's such an exceptionally safe neighborhood.

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Sommerset West: This part of town includes a lot of new construction homes and is located just southeast of 44th St. and 8th Ave. with easy access to I-196.

Green Timbers: This neighborhood features a mix of older and new homes. This is a great place to live when you want lush, green surroundings, since this neighborhood has a lot of trees and larger lot sizes.

Rushmore / Cherrywood: This neighborhood includes the major streets of Rushmore St. and Cherrywood Ave. A lot of people love this collection of homes in the west side of Grandville because it's such an exceptionally safe neighborhood.

Life in Grandville

When you want to live in Grandville, you need to bring your car! Grandville may be a good place to live, but it's sadly lacking in public transportation options. The vast majority of people here drive their cars to work and public transit is used by a much lower than average percentage of the residents here. But there are a couple of options you may be able to rely on, like The Rapid, which connects Grand Rapids to many surrounding areas, including Grandville and nearby Big Rapids. The bright spot about Grandville's public transportation issues, though, is that commutes here are much shorter than the national average. You may have to drive, but that doesn't mean you will spend all your time stuck in traffic.

Grandville is growing so rapidly because it's a clean city with a low crime rate. The fact that Michigan is so beautiful, lush and green is a well kept national secret. In many parts of Michigan, especially on the western side of the state that includes Grandville, the natural beauty rivals what you would find in resort locations. Why spend thousands of dollars going on vacation to someplace beautiful when you don't even have to leave town to find it?

To celebrate and show off all this natural beauty, Grandville has made the parks system one of the best parts of the city. Spring Grove Park has 16 whole acres of towering trees and is host to ball fields, children's playgrounds and fire pits. It's a popular place to hold weddings and family reunions. Heritage Park has the usual picnic facilities, and also has walking trails to enjoy when you want to be active without having to hit the gym!

You don't need to drive to Chicago--which is only three hours away to enjoy a great meal and a bit of culture. The Kobe Japanese Steakhouse has world class steak and sushi, while the Rush Creek Bistro has a charming, unique spin on American fare. Osgood Brewing is great when you want to kick back with a fine craft beer, which just happens to be brewed right here in Michigan.

Shopping in Grandville won't leave you lacking, either. The RiverTown Crossings shopping mall is the largest mall in the Grand Rapids area and you won't want to miss it.

Life in Grandville is quiet and has everything you could possibly want. Come see why it might be the best place for you to call home!

Life in Grandville
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When you want to live in Grandville, you need to bring your car! Grandville may be a good place to live, but it's sadly lacking in public transportation options. The vast majority of people here drive their cars to work and public transit is used by a much lower than average percentage of the residents here. But there are a couple of options you may be able to rely on, like The Rapid, which connects Grand Rapids to many surrounding areas, including Grandville and nearby Big Rapids. The bright spot about Grandville's public transportation issues, though, is that commutes here are much shorter than the national average. You may have to drive, but that doesn't mean you will spend all your time stuck in traffic.

Grandville is growing so rapidly because it's a clean city with a low crime rate. The fact that Michigan is so beautiful, lush and green is a well kept national secret. In many parts of Michigan, especially on the western side of the state that includes Grandville, the natural beauty rivals what you would find in resort locations. Why spend thousands of dollars going on vacation to someplace beautiful when you don't even have to leave town to find it?

To celebrate and show off all this natural beauty, Grandville has made the parks system one of the best parts of the city. Spring Grove Park has 16 whole acres of towering trees and is host to ball fields, children's playgrounds and fire pits. It's a popular place to hold weddings and family reunions. Heritage Park has the usual picnic facilities, and also has walking trails to enjoy when you want to be active without having to hit the gym!

You don't need to drive to Chicago--which is only three hours away to enjoy a great meal and a bit of culture. The Kobe Japanese Steakhouse has world class steak and sushi, while the Rush Creek Bistro has a charming, unique spin on American fare. Osgood Brewing is great when you want to kick back with a fine craft beer, which just happens to be brewed right here in Michigan.

Shopping in Grandville won't leave you lacking, either. The RiverTown Crossings shopping mall is the largest mall in the Grand Rapids area and you won't want to miss it.

Life in Grandville is quiet and has everything you could possibly want. Come see why it might be the best place for you to call home!

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City Guide

Grandville
Grandville contains a lot of geographical references that all have to do with the word "grand." It's located just 8 miles southwest of Grand Rapids and its location near the river bend of the Grand River helped loggers make sure there were no log jams on the way to Grand Haven.
Grandville contains a lot of geographical references that all have to do with the word "grand." It's located just 8 miles southwest of Grand Rapids and its location near the river bend of the Grand River helped loggers make sure there were no log jams on the way to Grand Haven.

Today there's nothing to remind you that this was ever a logging town. Grandville is now one of the most popular suburbs of Grand Rapids, which is really saying something, because Grand Rapids is one of the country's fastest growing cities in its own right. Grandville is more than just a suburb; it's a great place to live.

Moving to Grandville

If you want to move to Grandville, you have a lot of good company. Since this is a popular area, a lot of people want to move here. But that means the rental market can be pretty tight! There aren't as many rental properties as there are people who want to move into them and there are fewer available rentals compared to the rest of the state. Don't lose hope, though. Even though there are a lot of people vying for the limited rental properties, it won't be impossible to get one. You just need to allow some extra time for your search. Grandville has a number of attractive apartment complexes that you might want to check out, especially if a one bedroom apartment or two bedroom apartment would meet your needs. In general, you might want to allow extra time if you need a three-bedroom apartment, too, since the people who move into three-bedroom apartments tend to stay put for a while.

The really good news about the rental situation in Grandville is that even if it's a competitive market, you won't pay outrageous prices. Many other cities with similarly competitive markets charge incredibly high rents, but the rents in Grandville are still in line with other mid-sized Midwestern cities. That said, though, you need to be prepared to act quickly when you do find that ideal rental property that meets your needs. Come armed with a good job, solid rental references and those ever important security deposits. Most landlords will require at least the first month's rent in addition to the security deposit, but many will ask for the last month's rent as well. If you have a special situation like needing to find an apartment with all bills paid or that will allow you to bring your pets, you may be able to find it with a little extra legwork. However, in exchange for being allowed to bring Fluffy and Fido, you should expect that you will likely need to pay additional deposits.

Moving to Grandville
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If you want to move to Grandville, you have a lot of good company. Since this is a popular area, a lot of people want to move here. But that means the rental market can be pretty tight! There aren't as many rental properties as there are people who want to move into them and there are fewer available rentals compared to the rest of the state. Don't lose hope, though. Even though there are a lot of people vying for the limited rental properties, it won't be impossible to get one. You just need to allow some extra time for your search. Grandville has a number of attractive apartment complexes that you might want to check out, especially if a one bedroom apartment or two bedroom apartment would meet your needs. In general, you might want to allow extra time if you need a three-bedroom apartment, too, since the people who move into three-bedroom apartments tend to stay put for a while.

The really good news about the rental situation in Grandville is that even if it's a competitive market, you won't pay outrageous prices. Many other cities with similarly competitive markets charge incredibly high rents, but the rents in Grandville are still in line with other mid-sized Midwestern cities. That said, though, you need to be prepared to act quickly when you do find that ideal rental property that meets your needs. Come armed with a good job, solid rental references and those ever important security deposits. Most landlords will require at least the first month's rent in addition to the security deposit, but many will ask for the last month's rent as well. If you have a special situation like needing to find an apartment with all bills paid or that will allow you to bring your pets, you may be able to find it with a little extra legwork. However, in exchange for being allowed to bring Fluffy and Fido, you should expect that you will likely need to pay additional deposits.

Neighborhoods

Sommerset West: This part of town includes a lot of new construction homes and is located just southeast of 44th St. and 8th Ave. with easy access to I-196.

Green Timbers: This neighborhood features a mix of older and new homes. This is a great place to live when you want lush, green surroundings, since this neighborhood has a lot of trees and larger lot sizes.

Rushmore / Cherrywood: This neighborhood includes the major streets of Rushmore St. and Cherrywood Ave. A lot of people love this collection of homes in the west side of Grandville because it's such an exceptionally safe neighborhood.

Neighborhoods
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Sommerset West: This part of town includes a lot of new construction homes and is located just southeast of 44th St. and 8th Ave. with easy access to I-196.

Green Timbers: This neighborhood features a mix of older and new homes. This is a great place to live when you want lush, green surroundings, since this neighborhood has a lot of trees and larger lot sizes.

Rushmore / Cherrywood: This neighborhood includes the major streets of Rushmore St. and Cherrywood Ave. A lot of people love this collection of homes in the west side of Grandville because it's such an exceptionally safe neighborhood.

Life in Grandville

When you want to live in Grandville, you need to bring your car! Grandville may be a good place to live, but it's sadly lacking in public transportation options. The vast majority of people here drive their cars to work and public transit is used by a much lower than average percentage of the residents here. But there are a couple of options you may be able to rely on, like The Rapid, which connects Grand Rapids to many surrounding areas, including Grandville and nearby Big Rapids. The bright spot about Grandville's public transportation issues, though, is that commutes here are much shorter than the national average. You may have to drive, but that doesn't mean you will spend all your time stuck in traffic.

Grandville is growing so rapidly because it's a clean city with a low crime rate. The fact that Michigan is so beautiful, lush and green is a well kept national secret. In many parts of Michigan, especially on the western side of the state that includes Grandville, the natural beauty rivals what you would find in resort locations. Why spend thousands of dollars going on vacation to someplace beautiful when you don't even have to leave town to find it?

To celebrate and show off all this natural beauty, Grandville has made the parks system one of the best parts of the city. Spring Grove Park has 16 whole acres of towering trees and is host to ball fields, children's playgrounds and fire pits. It's a popular place to hold weddings and family reunions. Heritage Park has the usual picnic facilities, and also has walking trails to enjoy when you want to be active without having to hit the gym!

You don't need to drive to Chicago--which is only three hours away to enjoy a great meal and a bit of culture. The Kobe Japanese Steakhouse has world class steak and sushi, while the Rush Creek Bistro has a charming, unique spin on American fare. Osgood Brewing is great when you want to kick back with a fine craft beer, which just happens to be brewed right here in Michigan.

Shopping in Grandville won't leave you lacking, either. The RiverTown Crossings shopping mall is the largest mall in the Grand Rapids area and you won't want to miss it.

Life in Grandville is quiet and has everything you could possibly want. Come see why it might be the best place for you to call home!

Life in Grandville
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When you want to live in Grandville, you need to bring your car! Grandville may be a good place to live, but it's sadly lacking in public transportation options. The vast majority of people here drive their cars to work and public transit is used by a much lower than average percentage of the residents here. But there are a couple of options you may be able to rely on, like The Rapid, which connects Grand Rapids to many surrounding areas, including Grandville and nearby Big Rapids. The bright spot about Grandville's public transportation issues, though, is that commutes here are much shorter than the national average. You may have to drive, but that doesn't mean you will spend all your time stuck in traffic.

Grandville is growing so rapidly because it's a clean city with a low crime rate. The fact that Michigan is so beautiful, lush and green is a well kept national secret. In many parts of Michigan, especially on the western side of the state that includes Grandville, the natural beauty rivals what you would find in resort locations. Why spend thousands of dollars going on vacation to someplace beautiful when you don't even have to leave town to find it?

To celebrate and show off all this natural beauty, Grandville has made the parks system one of the best parts of the city. Spring Grove Park has 16 whole acres of towering trees and is host to ball fields, children's playgrounds and fire pits. It's a popular place to hold weddings and family reunions. Heritage Park has the usual picnic facilities, and also has walking trails to enjoy when you want to be active without having to hit the gym!

You don't need to drive to Chicago--which is only three hours away to enjoy a great meal and a bit of culture. The Kobe Japanese Steakhouse has world class steak and sushi, while the Rush Creek Bistro has a charming, unique spin on American fare. Osgood Brewing is great when you want to kick back with a fine craft beer, which just happens to be brewed right here in Michigan.

Shopping in Grandville won't leave you lacking, either. The RiverTown Crossings shopping mall is the largest mall in the Grand Rapids area and you won't want to miss it.

Life in Grandville is quiet and has everything you could possibly want. Come see why it might be the best place for you to call home!