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156 apartments for rent in Columbia, MO

1407 E Walnut
East Campus
2 Bed
$1,155
3500 SCOTT BLVD
Katy Lake Estates
3 Bed
$1,400
1003 Jewell Ave
Ridgeway
3 Bed
$900
2009 Doris Dr
Parkade
3 Bed
$1,200
7350 E ROSADENE LN
Columbia
4 Bed
$1,900
3413 SIERRA MADRE
Rockbridge
3 Bed
$900
7 Fyfer Pl
East Campus
3 Bed
$995
901 Jewell
Ridgeway
2 Bed
$700
912 S FAIRVIEW RD
Broadway Farms
2 Bed
$675
113 Benton St.
Ridgeway
2 Bed
$750
311 Sanford Ave.
Columbia
2 Bed
$950
3909 CITATION DR
Belmont Village
3 Bed
$1,250
1901 THOREAU CT
Arcadia
3 Bed
$1,300
4401 W BROOKVIEW TERR
Columbia
3 Bed
$1,200
2409 BENTLEY CT
Parkade
3 Bed
$1,000
909 ASHLAND RD
Columbia
4 Bed
$1,000
911 REMINGTON DR
Parkade
3 Bed
$1,000
1405 SMILEY LN
Columbia
3 Bed
$950
2601 Black Oak Dr
Columbia
4 Bed
$1,575
113 Benton St.
Ridgeway
1 Bed
$650
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City Guide
Columbia
Apartment Hunting: Columbia Style

A lot can be said for quality and pricing of apartments in Columbia. Rents are a little cheaper here, so you’re likely to get more bang for your buck with nice amenities and newly rehabbed digs. The style choices for rentals are plentiful, as well. Rental houses of all sizes, duplexes, condos, small apartment buildings, and larger complexes are all around, so get out there and get looking for whatever strikes your fancy.

Utilities and Fees: Some places in Columbia come fully loaded with everything – even cable and electricity – included. A lot of the more expensive places will also have in-unit laundry, parking, security, and some even come furnished!

Where to Look

The city is split into many neighborhoods and subdivisions, but it’s easier to refer to it in terms of the central area and non-central areas:

Central: The center of the city has shopping and entertainment. This area has a lot of rentals in or near it, and is easily walkable or bikeable.

Everything Else: Outside the downtown area, things start to get a little quieter and more suburban feeling. In any of these parts – North, South, East, or West, more new construction houses, subdivisions, and condominiums are around here, but rentals aren’t as easy to come across.

Getting Around Town

Most of Columbia’s public transit is centered on the downtown area, but as the city grows, so too does transportation. Fixed-route bus services operate 6 days a week, and commuter shuttles.

So there you have it, a population sandwiched between two of Missouri’s biggest cities. You’ve got a lot to look at, so we’ll leave you to it.