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85 Apartments for rent in Red Bank, NJ

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Red Bank Terrace
275 Spring Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,575
808 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 01:01 AM
Red Bank Terrace offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments featuring hardwood floors, ceiling fans, garages, and walk-in closets to name a few.
1 Unit Available
11 Elm Place
11 Elm Place
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
3 Bedrooms
$2,850
1338 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Great location in the heart of Red Bank! This beautiful charming home is situated within walking distance to the popular shops, bars and restaurants. Grab a cup of coffee, a rocking chair, and take a seat out on the quiet front porch.
1 Unit Available
92 Drs James Parker Boulevard
92 Drs James Parker Blvd
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,725
1203 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
NEW- Luxurious marble lobby with elevator, designer finishes and huge room sizes make this Red Bank's superior luxury rental value. The 1200 sq ft FORTUNE model apartment includes 9' ceilings and offers ''more space, less money'' AND ''more luxury.
1 Unit Available
28 Riverside Avenue
28 Riverside Avenue/Route 35
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$2,500
910 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Enjoy breathtaking views of the Navesink River from your private terrace.This tastefully decorated, 1 bed/1 bath unit is spacious, filled with natural sunlight and boasts several closets and storage. 24hr. Gym & concierge.
1 Unit Available
23 Wallace Street
23 Wallace Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
2 Bedrooms
$3,800
1617 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Annual Rental in Red Bank's finest, the Metropolitan! This modern luxury condominium is situated in the heart of downtown Red Bank conveniently located near wonderful restaurants, shopping, parks, the Navesink River and mass transportation to NYC.
1 Unit Available
250 Mechanic Street
250 Mechanic Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
8 Bedrooms
$12,000
4731 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Extra Large furnished rental opportunity! This totally gut-renovated and modern home has been beautifully finished and has 8 bedrooms plus sitting rooms, 6.
1 Unit Available
143 Manor Drive
143 Manor Drive
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
798 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
This fantastic 2 bedroom, lower level condo, is in an ideal location! Beautiful kitchen with granite countertops, loads of storage and stainless steel appliances! Large living room and dining room with hardwood floors! Spacious master bedroom and
1 Unit Available
15 Rector Place
15 Rector Place
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1700 sqft
Last updated April 1 at 11:53 PM
Waterfront! Not your ordinary apartment ! Unique; many architectural and design features ! Foyer, w/stained glass window and entry door; winding staircase to main level (9' ceilings) featuring a huge open space LR-DR area with glass door to an
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567 W Front Street
567 West Front Street
Monmouth County, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,950
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
COMMUTER'S DELIGHT, ONLY STEPS AWAY FROM RED HOT RED BANK!!! THIS LIGHT, BRIGHT, & TOTALLY RENOVATED 4-BEDROOM CAPE WITH FINISHED BASEMENT IS IN THE SOUGHT-AFTER RIVER PLAZA SECTION OF MIDDLETOWN.
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10 Units Available
Country Club
2 Country Club Road
Eatontown, NJ | Eatontown
1 Bedroom
$1,430
725 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,660
870 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,030
988 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 01:01 AM
Country Club Apartments are located at the hub of Jersey Shore, only 1 1/2 miles from the Garden State Parkway, and 1/4 mile from Route 35.
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8 Units Available
Avalon West Long Branch
10 Avalon Ct
West Long Branch, NJ | West Long Branch
1 Bedroom
$2,025
929 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,278
1262 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,001
1346 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 09:57 PM
Apartments in this community offer gourmet kitchens, walk-in closets and in-unit laundry. Only minutes away from various shopping centers and the Atlantic Ocean. On-site amenities include clubhouse, swimming pool, 24-hour gym and pool table.
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Pleasure Bay Apartments
245 Atlantic Ave
Long Branch, NJ | North Long Branch
Studio
$1,359
658 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,634
823 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,939
975 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 04:30 PM
Located along the Shrewsbury River and just minutes from the ocean. 1-2 bedroom units include hardwood floors, large closets, and private balcony or patio. Clubhouse, playground, gym and pool all on site.
1 Unit Available
93 Main Street
93 Main Street
Oceanport, NJ | Oceanport
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
1415 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Annual Rental! Brand new construction. Boasts Hardwood floors throughout. Ceramic tile bathrooms. Includes Family room, Dining room and Kitchen. 3 Bedrooms with closets.
1 Unit Available
25 Meadow
25 Meadow Avenue
Monmouth Beach, NJ | Monmouth Beach
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,600
1440 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Fabulous ANNUAL Rental in Monmouth Beach! Available October 1st.2 bedroom/2.5 bath town home.Hardwood floors on first floor, gas cooking, Combo washer/dryer, BBQ Friendly outdoor patio. Great complex with pool, tennis and basketball courts.
1 Unit Available
127 Beacon Lane
127 Beacon Ln
Eatontown, NJ | Eatontown
3 Bedrooms
$3,400
2256 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Luxury End Unit Townhome for Rent in Weston Landing. Kitchen: upgraded cabinets, whirlpool appliances including 5 burner stove with convection oven, stainless steel farmhouse style sink, black/gray granite countertops, and subway tile backsplash.
1 Unit Available
20 Essex Drive
20 Essex Drive
Little Silver, NJ | Little Silver
2 Bedrooms
$3,100
1682 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
The best of all worlds, live near the beach and commute easily to NYC or northern NJ. This highly sought after Little Silver Town Home community will fit yourmany needs. Unit deck backs up to private woods for entertaining or relaxed outdoor dining.
1 Unit Available
10 Pate Drive
10 Pate Drive
Monmouth County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
2800 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Annual Rental available November 1. Sun drenched end unit in Harmony Glen on a cul-de-sac. Featuring three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a half bathrooms, finished walkout basement with two car garage. Desirable open floor plan.
1 Unit Available
6 Allen Street
6 Allen Street
Rumson, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$4,500
2100 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Spacious home with open concept. Office off kitchen. Large bedrooms. Primary bedroom has 12x8 walk in closet. Central AC. Walk to center of town, parks, tennis courts, river and schools. Full basement perfect for storage with access from garage.
1 Unit Available
37 Throckmorton Avenue
37 Throckmorton Avenue
Eatontown, NJ | Eatontown
5 Bedrooms
$2,600
2063 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Wonderful opportunity for a 5 Bedroom rental in the heart of town. Updated Kitchen and Baths. Spacious Living and Family Rooms. Central air and off street parking. Convenient location.
1 Unit Available
5 Maplewood Avenue
5 Maplewood Avenue
Rumson, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$4,200
1321 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Fully furnished rental. What a location..... Short Stroll down to the beautiful Navesink River & charming downtown shops & restaurants. 3 bedrooms, 2/1/2 baths, covered front porch & 1 car garage.
1 Unit Available
10 Whitesands Way
10 Whitesand Way
Little Silver, NJ | Little Silver
3 Bedrooms
$3,300
1756 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Beautifully renovated 3 bed, 2.5 bath Navesink model in desirable Townhomes at Little Silver. Move-in ready for 12/1 occupancy.
1 Unit Available
6 Seawinds Way
6 Seawinds Way
Long Branch, NJ | North Long Branch
3 Bedrooms
$3,350
2086 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Luxury Living at Sea Winds.
1 Unit Available
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66 Middletown Road
Monmouth County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,950
3500 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 08:35 AM
THIS NEWER BUILD TOWNHOUSE WITH ALL UPGRADES INCLUDED FEATURES: A HUGE MASTER BEDROOM (21 X 27) WITH SPACE FOR OFFICE OR SITTING ROOM AND A SPECTACULAR MASTER BATHROOM WITH JACUZZI, SHOWER STALL, DOUBLE SINK, ALL BEAUTIFULLY TILE.
1 Unit Available
55 Cheshire Square
55 Cheshire Square
Little Silver, NJ | Little Silver
2 Bedrooms
$2,750
Last updated May 15 at 06:28 PM
Exceptional townhouse unit in Cheshire Square. Large living room overlooking atrium. Formal dining room. Eat-in kitchen. First floor master bedroom. Den with bookshelves. Large storage room on 2nd floor. Handy to town center.
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City Guide

Red Bank
The song, "The Kid From Red Bank," written by Neal Hefti, refers to Red Bank's favorite son and jazz great Count Basie.
The song, "The Kid From Red Bank," written by Neal Hefti, refers to Red Bank's favorite son and jazz great Count Basie.

New Jersey's Red Bank is a friendly town with a rich history and a promising future. There aren't many towns that have a population of less than 15,000 that can boast of not one but two nationally known 4-star restaurants, world famous music and performing arts acts and one of the largest arcades in the world! This town is large enough to have it all -- and small enough to appreciate it. It's a great place to live. and newcomers are always welcome.

Moving to Red Bank

Renting places to live in Red Bank is similar to renting in any smaller community. While an application is likely to be required, that is primarily a streamlined way of getting all of your information in one place. You will need first and last months' rent, a security deposit and deposits for utilities; few places are all bills paid. Pets are not typically a problem, but there may be some restrictions on larger dogs or specific breeds, particularly if you are looking for a small studio for rent! If you want to hedge your bets, include a reference or two with your application to smooth the way. Apartment complexes and a few individuals may run a soft credit check.

Moving to Red Bank
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Renting places to live in Red Bank is similar to renting in any smaller community. While an application is likely to be required, that is primarily a streamlined way of getting all of your information in one place. You will need first and last months' rent, a security deposit and deposits for utilities; few places are all bills paid. Pets are not typically a problem, but there may be some restrictions on larger dogs or specific breeds, particularly if you are looking for a small studio for rent! If you want to hedge your bets, include a reference or two with your application to smooth the way. Apartment complexes and a few individuals may run a soft credit check.

Neighborhoods

When you live in a place where the population barely moves past the 12,000 mark, you typically don't expect the urban concept of neighborhoods, often used as taxing districts or real estate designations, to exist. That is true in Red Bank, except for the neighborhood of Shrewsbury.

Borough: Housing choices are somewhat limited in this older part of the town. There are a few apartment complexes and buildings where you can find apartments, but the neighborhood is mostly comprised of larger single-family homes and homes that have been converted into townhouses. There's not too many dining and entertainment options here, but it is a good place to look if you're just looking for somewhere to live.

Front: This is the largest neighborhood in Red Bank and the primary residential area for the city. Expect to find every type of housing here! You will have the option of selecting from larger apartment complexes, which offer premier apartments with plenty of amenities, as well as smaller single-family homes and even starter homes. This is a quieter area than the others because it's the one farthest from the shopping and business district. There are quite a few dining and drinking options in this area, however. For something a little less formal, consider a visit to Red Restaurant and Lounge. Great food along with outstanding service combine to give you a great place for a relaxing dinner with friends. The lounge provides a nice environment to gather with friends for drinks. You will find other favorites in the neighborhood. Everything from Asian cuisine such as Thai, Chinese and Japanese to Italian and Mexican.

Shrewsbury: This is as urban as it gets, and if you love jazz, then this is the neighborhood for you. There are several jazz clubs and dining places that cater to those who love this type of music. Expect to find smaller apartment buildings, townhouses and a few duplexes scattered throughout the area. Count Basie Theater is the big draw in this neighborhood and for good reason. If you are expecting only jazz then you are in for a treat! This historic theater plays host to everything from classical to country music and also hosts the ballet and opera. This is truly a cultural center, and the theater itself is a showcase.

Neighborhoods
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When you live in a place where the population barely moves past the 12,000 mark, you typically don't expect the urban concept of neighborhoods, often used as taxing districts or real estate designations, to exist. That is true in Red Bank, except for the neighborhood of Shrewsbury.

Borough: Housing choices are somewhat limited in this older part of the town. There are a few apartment complexes and buildings where you can find apartments, but the neighborhood is mostly comprised of larger single-family homes and homes that have been converted into townhouses. There's not too many dining and entertainment options here, but it is a good place to look if you're just looking for somewhere to live.

Front: This is the largest neighborhood in Red Bank and the primary residential area for the city. Expect to find every type of housing here! You will have the option of selecting from larger apartment complexes, which offer premier apartments with plenty of amenities, as well as smaller single-family homes and even starter homes. This is a quieter area than the others because it's the one farthest from the shopping and business district. There are quite a few dining and drinking options in this area, however. For something a little less formal, consider a visit to Red Restaurant and Lounge. Great food along with outstanding service combine to give you a great place for a relaxing dinner with friends. The lounge provides a nice environment to gather with friends for drinks. You will find other favorites in the neighborhood. Everything from Asian cuisine such as Thai, Chinese and Japanese to Italian and Mexican.

Shrewsbury: This is as urban as it gets, and if you love jazz, then this is the neighborhood for you. There are several jazz clubs and dining places that cater to those who love this type of music. Expect to find smaller apartment buildings, townhouses and a few duplexes scattered throughout the area. Count Basie Theater is the big draw in this neighborhood and for good reason. If you are expecting only jazz then you are in for a treat! This historic theater plays host to everything from classical to country music and also hosts the ballet and opera. This is truly a cultural center, and the theater itself is a showcase.

Living in Red Bank

Red Bank not only has a great variety of indoor activities and attractions, but it will also get you outside with a schedule of events that span the majority of the year. From the Red Bank Street Fair in April to the Holiday Horse and Carriage Rides that last until late December, there is sure to be something that interests you. Be sure to give the Riverfest a try in May. This 3-day festival features food, music and a carnival. It's a great way to sample local flavors, as well as check out local artists. This event attracts upwards of 100,000 visitors a year so you know it has to be good. For great home cooking, frequent the farmers' market that runs from mid-May until December and will allow you to get great local fruits and vegetables and meet those who grew them. It's every Sunday so be sure to mark it on your calendar.

Living in Red Bank
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Red Bank not only has a great variety of indoor activities and attractions, but it will also get you outside with a schedule of events that span the majority of the year. From the Red Bank Street Fair in April to the Holiday Horse and Carriage Rides that last until late December, there is sure to be something that interests you. Be sure to give the Riverfest a try in May. This 3-day festival features food, music and a carnival. It's a great way to sample local flavors, as well as check out local artists. This event attracts upwards of 100,000 visitors a year so you know it has to be good. For great home cooking, frequent the farmers' market that runs from mid-May until December and will allow you to get great local fruits and vegetables and meet those who grew them. It's every Sunday so be sure to mark it on your calendar.

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Red Bank
The song, "The Kid From Red Bank," written by Neal Hefti, refers to Red Bank's favorite son and jazz great Count Basie.
The song, "The Kid From Red Bank," written by Neal Hefti, refers to Red Bank's favorite son and jazz great Count Basie.

New Jersey's Red Bank is a friendly town with a rich history and a promising future. There aren't many towns that have a population of less than 15,000 that can boast of not one but two nationally known 4-star restaurants, world famous music and performing arts acts and one of the largest arcades in the world! This town is large enough to have it all -- and small enough to appreciate it. It's a great place to live. and newcomers are always welcome.

Moving to Red Bank

Renting places to live in Red Bank is similar to renting in any smaller community. While an application is likely to be required, that is primarily a streamlined way of getting all of your information in one place. You will need first and last months' rent, a security deposit and deposits for utilities; few places are all bills paid. Pets are not typically a problem, but there may be some restrictions on larger dogs or specific breeds, particularly if you are looking for a small studio for rent! If you want to hedge your bets, include a reference or two with your application to smooth the way. Apartment complexes and a few individuals may run a soft credit check.

Moving to Red Bank
+

Renting places to live in Red Bank is similar to renting in any smaller community. While an application is likely to be required, that is primarily a streamlined way of getting all of your information in one place. You will need first and last months' rent, a security deposit and deposits for utilities; few places are all bills paid. Pets are not typically a problem, but there may be some restrictions on larger dogs or specific breeds, particularly if you are looking for a small studio for rent! If you want to hedge your bets, include a reference or two with your application to smooth the way. Apartment complexes and a few individuals may run a soft credit check.

Neighborhoods

When you live in a place where the population barely moves past the 12,000 mark, you typically don't expect the urban concept of neighborhoods, often used as taxing districts or real estate designations, to exist. That is true in Red Bank, except for the neighborhood of Shrewsbury.

Borough: Housing choices are somewhat limited in this older part of the town. There are a few apartment complexes and buildings where you can find apartments, but the neighborhood is mostly comprised of larger single-family homes and homes that have been converted into townhouses. There's not too many dining and entertainment options here, but it is a good place to look if you're just looking for somewhere to live.

Front: This is the largest neighborhood in Red Bank and the primary residential area for the city. Expect to find every type of housing here! You will have the option of selecting from larger apartment complexes, which offer premier apartments with plenty of amenities, as well as smaller single-family homes and even starter homes. This is a quieter area than the others because it's the one farthest from the shopping and business district. There are quite a few dining and drinking options in this area, however. For something a little less formal, consider a visit to Red Restaurant and Lounge. Great food along with outstanding service combine to give you a great place for a relaxing dinner with friends. The lounge provides a nice environment to gather with friends for drinks. You will find other favorites in the neighborhood. Everything from Asian cuisine such as Thai, Chinese and Japanese to Italian and Mexican.

Shrewsbury: This is as urban as it gets, and if you love jazz, then this is the neighborhood for you. There are several jazz clubs and dining places that cater to those who love this type of music. Expect to find smaller apartment buildings, townhouses and a few duplexes scattered throughout the area. Count Basie Theater is the big draw in this neighborhood and for good reason. If you are expecting only jazz then you are in for a treat! This historic theater plays host to everything from classical to country music and also hosts the ballet and opera. This is truly a cultural center, and the theater itself is a showcase.

Neighborhoods
+

When you live in a place where the population barely moves past the 12,000 mark, you typically don't expect the urban concept of neighborhoods, often used as taxing districts or real estate designations, to exist. That is true in Red Bank, except for the neighborhood of Shrewsbury.

Borough: Housing choices are somewhat limited in this older part of the town. There are a few apartment complexes and buildings where you can find apartments, but the neighborhood is mostly comprised of larger single-family homes and homes that have been converted into townhouses. There's not too many dining and entertainment options here, but it is a good place to look if you're just looking for somewhere to live.

Front: This is the largest neighborhood in Red Bank and the primary residential area for the city. Expect to find every type of housing here! You will have the option of selecting from larger apartment complexes, which offer premier apartments with plenty of amenities, as well as smaller single-family homes and even starter homes. This is a quieter area than the others because it's the one farthest from the shopping and business district. There are quite a few dining and drinking options in this area, however. For something a little less formal, consider a visit to Red Restaurant and Lounge. Great food along with outstanding service combine to give you a great place for a relaxing dinner with friends. The lounge provides a nice environment to gather with friends for drinks. You will find other favorites in the neighborhood. Everything from Asian cuisine such as Thai, Chinese and Japanese to Italian and Mexican.

Shrewsbury: This is as urban as it gets, and if you love jazz, then this is the neighborhood for you. There are several jazz clubs and dining places that cater to those who love this type of music. Expect to find smaller apartment buildings, townhouses and a few duplexes scattered throughout the area. Count Basie Theater is the big draw in this neighborhood and for good reason. If you are expecting only jazz then you are in for a treat! This historic theater plays host to everything from classical to country music and also hosts the ballet and opera. This is truly a cultural center, and the theater itself is a showcase.

Living in Red Bank

Red Bank not only has a great variety of indoor activities and attractions, but it will also get you outside with a schedule of events that span the majority of the year. From the Red Bank Street Fair in April to the Holiday Horse and Carriage Rides that last until late December, there is sure to be something that interests you. Be sure to give the Riverfest a try in May. This 3-day festival features food, music and a carnival. It's a great way to sample local flavors, as well as check out local artists. This event attracts upwards of 100,000 visitors a year so you know it has to be good. For great home cooking, frequent the farmers' market that runs from mid-May until December and will allow you to get great local fruits and vegetables and meet those who grew them. It's every Sunday so be sure to mark it on your calendar.

Living in Red Bank
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Red Bank not only has a great variety of indoor activities and attractions, but it will also get you outside with a schedule of events that span the majority of the year. From the Red Bank Street Fair in April to the Holiday Horse and Carriage Rides that last until late December, there is sure to be something that interests you. Be sure to give the Riverfest a try in May. This 3-day festival features food, music and a carnival. It's a great way to sample local flavors, as well as check out local artists. This event attracts upwards of 100,000 visitors a year so you know it has to be good. For great home cooking, frequent the farmers' market that runs from mid-May until December and will allow you to get great local fruits and vegetables and meet those who grew them. It's every Sunday so be sure to mark it on your calendar.