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12 Apartments for rent in Traverse City, MI

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141 Rivers Edge Dr #404
141 River's Edge Drive
Traverse City, MI | Downtown Traverse City
2 Bedrooms
$3,100
1500 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:43 AM
Panoramic Views Overlooking the Boardman River, the Bay from Downtown Condo - 2 bedroom 2.5 bathrooms, incredible condo with views of downtown and the river. Floor to ceiling windows, covered balcony stretches across the front of the condo.
1 Unit Available
301 Cochlin Street
301 Cochlin Street
Traverse City, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1544 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
301 Cochlin Street Available 06/15/20 Convenient Location 2BD Bungalow - Available in June 2020. This bungalow is a 2BD/2BA and approximately 1,500 sqft.
Results within 1 mile of Traverse City
1 Unit Available
1495 Newport #4 Premier Place Condominiums
1495 Newport Street
Grand Traverse County, MI
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1566 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
1495 Newport #4 Premier Place Condominiums Available 11/01/20 LONG TERM HOME 3 BR, 2 BA In Town Condominium ~ Premier Place - Offering 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Abundant Closet Space & Storage, 1 Car Garage Plus 1 Surface Parking Space.
Results within 5 miles of Traverse City
1 Unit Available
1142 Basil Place
1142 Basil Pl
Grand Traverse County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
850 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
1142 Basil Place Available 10/01/20 Beautiful new build with tons of Charm! 2 Beds 1 bath home in Traverse City! Close to downtown! - The PERFECT small scale home with BIG amenities! 2 bed 1 bath with full basement with egress window, vaulted
1 Unit Available
3471 Blackwood Drive
3471 Blackwood Dr
Grand Traverse County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
810 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
3471 Blackwood Drive Available 10/01/20 Duplex in Holiday Hills- Pet Friendly - Live minutes from downtown Traverse City. This 960 sq ft 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex will be ready to move in mid September.
1 Unit Available
10611 S West Bay Shore Drive
10611 South West Bay Shore Drive
Leelanau County, MI
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
4900 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Available 11/06/20 4900 Square Foot Furnished Property on West Bay - Property Id: 340855 Large furnished house just 5 miles from Traverse City, MI located on West Bay available from November 2020-April 30, 2021.
1 Unit Available
5179 Silver Shores Lane
5179 Silver Shores Lane
Grand Traverse County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
864 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
5179 Silver Shores Lane Available 10/01/20 FALL thru SPRING 2021-Wonderful Cottage Fully Furnished -Silver Shores OFF Season Home - 3 bedroom 1 bath furnished cottage, great setting, clean, quiet area, great deck to sit outside and enjoy the lake
1 Unit Available
422 Brakel Point Dr
422 Brakel Point Drive
Chums Corner, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1579 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
422 Brakel Point Dr Available 11/01/20 FALL thru SPRING 2021-3BD/2BA AVAILABLE FULLY FURNISHED. - November - Wonderful location on Silver Lake. 3 bedrooms (4th room downstairs can be an office or den), 2 baths FULLY FURNISHED.
1 Unit Available
3816 Vale Drive
3816 Vale Drive
Grand Traverse County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,110
960 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
3816 Vale Drive Available 10/01/20 2 Bedroom Condo - Holiday Hills - A great place to call home! This is a newly remodeled 2BD/1BA condo unit available in the Holiday Village area on the east side of Traverse City, about 10 minutes from downtown.
1 Unit Available
4112 Robin Hood Lane
4112 Robin Hood Lane
Grand Traverse County, MI
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
984 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
4112 Robin Hood Lane Available 10/02/20 LONG TERM - 2BD/1BA Sherwood Hills Condominium - Sherwood Hills Main Floor Condominium. Conveniently Located In The Holiday Hills Area.
Results within 10 miles of Traverse City
1 Unit Available
4375 Hickory Drive
4375 Hickory Drive
Grand Traverse County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1052 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
4375 Hickory Drive Available 10/09/20 3 bedroom with spacious fenced yard-Dog Friendly - More pictures coming soon... If you are looking for an affordable 3 bedroom, 1 bath with a fenced in yard, you’ve found your new home.
1 Unit Available
4390 Lakeview Trail
4390 Lakeview Trail
Grand Traverse County, MI
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1700 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
4390 Lakeview Trail Available 11/02/20 Furnished Short Term Rental on Spider Lake - Cozy cottage on Spider Lake in Traverse City. This home has 3 bedrooms/3 baths with views of the lake.
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How much is rent in Traverse City?
Apartment Rentals in Traverse City start at $1,400/month.
How much is rent in Traverse City?
Apartment Rentals in Traverse City start at $1,400/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Traverse City?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Traverse City?
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 Traverse 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 Traverse 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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City Guide

Traverse City
Traverse City, MI, is known as the largest producer of cherries in the United States. Pie lovers rejoice!
Traverse City, MI, is known as the largest producer of cherries in the United States. Pie lovers rejoice!

Traverse City is a historic and mesmerizing fruit-bearing town. In summer months, tourists take to the picturesque waterfront to soak up every last bit of sun before indulging in the fresh sea fare that abounds at local dining establishments. Come fall, the leaves turn a brazen copper color, and residents enjoy days at local vineyards taking the time to sightsee, sans humidity. Traverse City has small-town charm and modern appeal. This town has a lot to offer with its lakeshore, tree-lined roads, and modest main streets.

Moving Into Town

Finding an apartment to rent in Traverse City can be daunting during tourist season when most property owners make way for the big bucks that tourists are willing to spend on lodging. The best bet, if planning a move to the area, is to wait until the temperatures dip, pick up a jacket, hire a trusty moving company, and get going.

When searching for a rental property, make certain to dig up references from past landlords, a summary of your current earnings, and be prepared to shell out a deposit along with your first month's rent. Some properties allow a cosigner if the rest of your application checks out.

Moving Into Town
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Finding an apartment to rent in Traverse City can be daunting during tourist season when most property owners make way for the big bucks that tourists are willing to spend on lodging. The best bet, if planning a move to the area, is to wait until the temperatures dip, pick up a jacket, hire a trusty moving company, and get going.

When searching for a rental property, make certain to dig up references from past landlords, a summary of your current earnings, and be prepared to shell out a deposit along with your first month's rent. Some properties allow a cosigner if the rest of your application checks out.

Traverse City Neighborhoods

Old Mission: The Old Mission part of town is just up the eastern peninsula. Many properties here consist of a house to rent instead of high-rise apartment buildings. This makes for cozy, comfy living arrangements. While driving is essential in the area, scenic walks are a great way to wind down. Just don't expect to get any errands done without having a car to call your own or a friendly cab driver who won't charge you the standard fare for fast-food runs.

Prices range when renting here. Take a drive around the area, and try to spot any for-rent signs stuck in sprawling yards. That's likely the best option, since many homeowners rent independently. It's likely to find a larger abode for a fair price by doing research.

Downtown: Rental properties in this area are a few single-family homes and a fair share of apartment buildings. If you're searching for a quaint studio for rent in town, this is the place you're likely to find it. Complexes are brimming with one- and two-bedroom options as well, if space sounds more appealing. Riverine Apartments, nestled among the homes downtown, is a mere 10-minute walk to all that Front Street has to offer. North Peak Brewing Company, Poppycock's, and The City Opera House are a short walk away, making a night out easy to plan. Closer to home, residents can find Patisserie Amie, as well as Brewery Ferment, and Maxbauer's Meat Market.

Traverse City Neighborhoods
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Old Mission: The Old Mission part of town is just up the eastern peninsula. Many properties here consist of a house to rent instead of high-rise apartment buildings. This makes for cozy, comfy living arrangements. While driving is essential in the area, scenic walks are a great way to wind down. Just don't expect to get any errands done without having a car to call your own or a friendly cab driver who won't charge you the standard fare for fast-food runs.

Prices range when renting here. Take a drive around the area, and try to spot any for-rent signs stuck in sprawling yards. That's likely the best option, since many homeowners rent independently. It's likely to find a larger abode for a fair price by doing research.

Downtown: Rental properties in this area are a few single-family homes and a fair share of apartment buildings. If you're searching for a quaint studio for rent in town, this is the place you're likely to find it. Complexes are brimming with one- and two-bedroom options as well, if space sounds more appealing. Riverine Apartments, nestled among the homes downtown, is a mere 10-minute walk to all that Front Street has to offer. North Peak Brewing Company, Poppycock's, and The City Opera House are a short walk away, making a night out easy to plan. Closer to home, residents can find Patisserie Amie, as well as Brewery Ferment, and Maxbauer's Meat Market.

Life in Traverse City

Your lifestyle in Traverse City varies a little by the area you decide to call home. If walkability is a real game-changer for you, go with the downtown area of the city. Even when winter months come bellowing, those living at the city's center can get around easily thanks to the many businesses that call the area home, and a bus system provides temporary heat to otherwise frostbitten locals making their way to Brew for a cup of coffee. This thriving downtown scene exists in the midst of all the nature and just a few blocks from the shore. Live music, independent coffee shops, local breweries, and fine dining establishments are all within reach while taking a tranquil walk down Front Street.

If you don't mind driving more often and prefer to be outside the hustle-and-bustle of a city's center, living on the peninsula in Traverse City puts you close to famed wineries like Bowers Harbor, and dining gems like The Peninsula Grill, which serves fresh and local pub grub and regional wine -- just don't let the atmosphere deceive you.

No matter where you end up in Traverse City, you'll enjoy the small-town vibe and beauty of every season.

Life in Traverse City
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Your lifestyle in Traverse City varies a little by the area you decide to call home. If walkability is a real game-changer for you, go with the downtown area of the city. Even when winter months come bellowing, those living at the city's center can get around easily thanks to the many businesses that call the area home, and a bus system provides temporary heat to otherwise frostbitten locals making their way to Brew for a cup of coffee. This thriving downtown scene exists in the midst of all the nature and just a few blocks from the shore. Live music, independent coffee shops, local breweries, and fine dining establishments are all within reach while taking a tranquil walk down Front Street.

If you don't mind driving more often and prefer to be outside the hustle-and-bustle of a city's center, living on the peninsula in Traverse City puts you close to famed wineries like Bowers Harbor, and dining gems like The Peninsula Grill, which serves fresh and local pub grub and regional wine -- just don't let the atmosphere deceive you.

No matter where you end up in Traverse City, you'll enjoy the small-town vibe and beauty of every season.

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City Guide

Traverse City
Traverse City, MI, is known as the largest producer of cherries in the United States. Pie lovers rejoice!
Traverse City, MI, is known as the largest producer of cherries in the United States. Pie lovers rejoice!

Traverse City is a historic and mesmerizing fruit-bearing town. In summer months, tourists take to the picturesque waterfront to soak up every last bit of sun before indulging in the fresh sea fare that abounds at local dining establishments. Come fall, the leaves turn a brazen copper color, and residents enjoy days at local vineyards taking the time to sightsee, sans humidity. Traverse City has small-town charm and modern appeal. This town has a lot to offer with its lakeshore, tree-lined roads, and modest main streets.

Moving Into Town

Finding an apartment to rent in Traverse City can be daunting during tourist season when most property owners make way for the big bucks that tourists are willing to spend on lodging. The best bet, if planning a move to the area, is to wait until the temperatures dip, pick up a jacket, hire a trusty moving company, and get going.

When searching for a rental property, make certain to dig up references from past landlords, a summary of your current earnings, and be prepared to shell out a deposit along with your first month's rent. Some properties allow a cosigner if the rest of your application checks out.

Moving Into Town
+

Finding an apartment to rent in Traverse City can be daunting during tourist season when most property owners make way for the big bucks that tourists are willing to spend on lodging. The best bet, if planning a move to the area, is to wait until the temperatures dip, pick up a jacket, hire a trusty moving company, and get going.

When searching for a rental property, make certain to dig up references from past landlords, a summary of your current earnings, and be prepared to shell out a deposit along with your first month's rent. Some properties allow a cosigner if the rest of your application checks out.

Traverse City Neighborhoods

Old Mission: The Old Mission part of town is just up the eastern peninsula. Many properties here consist of a house to rent instead of high-rise apartment buildings. This makes for cozy, comfy living arrangements. While driving is essential in the area, scenic walks are a great way to wind down. Just don't expect to get any errands done without having a car to call your own or a friendly cab driver who won't charge you the standard fare for fast-food runs.

Prices range when renting here. Take a drive around the area, and try to spot any for-rent signs stuck in sprawling yards. That's likely the best option, since many homeowners rent independently. It's likely to find a larger abode for a fair price by doing research.

Downtown: Rental properties in this area are a few single-family homes and a fair share of apartment buildings. If you're searching for a quaint studio for rent in town, this is the place you're likely to find it. Complexes are brimming with one- and two-bedroom options as well, if space sounds more appealing. Riverine Apartments, nestled among the homes downtown, is a mere 10-minute walk to all that Front Street has to offer. North Peak Brewing Company, Poppycock's, and The City Opera House are a short walk away, making a night out easy to plan. Closer to home, residents can find Patisserie Amie, as well as Brewery Ferment, and Maxbauer's Meat Market.

Traverse City Neighborhoods
+

Old Mission: The Old Mission part of town is just up the eastern peninsula. Many properties here consist of a house to rent instead of high-rise apartment buildings. This makes for cozy, comfy living arrangements. While driving is essential in the area, scenic walks are a great way to wind down. Just don't expect to get any errands done without having a car to call your own or a friendly cab driver who won't charge you the standard fare for fast-food runs.

Prices range when renting here. Take a drive around the area, and try to spot any for-rent signs stuck in sprawling yards. That's likely the best option, since many homeowners rent independently. It's likely to find a larger abode for a fair price by doing research.

Downtown: Rental properties in this area are a few single-family homes and a fair share of apartment buildings. If you're searching for a quaint studio for rent in town, this is the place you're likely to find it. Complexes are brimming with one- and two-bedroom options as well, if space sounds more appealing. Riverine Apartments, nestled among the homes downtown, is a mere 10-minute walk to all that Front Street has to offer. North Peak Brewing Company, Poppycock's, and The City Opera House are a short walk away, making a night out easy to plan. Closer to home, residents can find Patisserie Amie, as well as Brewery Ferment, and Maxbauer's Meat Market.

Life in Traverse City

Your lifestyle in Traverse City varies a little by the area you decide to call home. If walkability is a real game-changer for you, go with the downtown area of the city. Even when winter months come bellowing, those living at the city's center can get around easily thanks to the many businesses that call the area home, and a bus system provides temporary heat to otherwise frostbitten locals making their way to Brew for a cup of coffee. This thriving downtown scene exists in the midst of all the nature and just a few blocks from the shore. Live music, independent coffee shops, local breweries, and fine dining establishments are all within reach while taking a tranquil walk down Front Street.

If you don't mind driving more often and prefer to be outside the hustle-and-bustle of a city's center, living on the peninsula in Traverse City puts you close to famed wineries like Bowers Harbor, and dining gems like The Peninsula Grill, which serves fresh and local pub grub and regional wine -- just don't let the atmosphere deceive you.

No matter where you end up in Traverse City, you'll enjoy the small-town vibe and beauty of every season.

Life in Traverse City
+

Your lifestyle in Traverse City varies a little by the area you decide to call home. If walkability is a real game-changer for you, go with the downtown area of the city. Even when winter months come bellowing, those living at the city's center can get around easily thanks to the many businesses that call the area home, and a bus system provides temporary heat to otherwise frostbitten locals making their way to Brew for a cup of coffee. This thriving downtown scene exists in the midst of all the nature and just a few blocks from the shore. Live music, independent coffee shops, local breweries, and fine dining establishments are all within reach while taking a tranquil walk down Front Street.

If you don't mind driving more often and prefer to be outside the hustle-and-bustle of a city's center, living on the peninsula in Traverse City puts you close to famed wineries like Bowers Harbor, and dining gems like The Peninsula Grill, which serves fresh and local pub grub and regional wine -- just don't let the atmosphere deceive you.

No matter where you end up in Traverse City, you'll enjoy the small-town vibe and beauty of every season.