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320 Apartments for rent in Red Bank, NJ

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Red Bank Terrace
275 Spring Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$1,350
672 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,420
808 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:01 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
182 William Street
182 Manor E
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$1,800
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Red Hot Red Bank! TENANT PAYS FOR ELECTRIC/CABLE/INTERNET ONLY. This Ready To Move In Upper Floor Condo Close To Downtown Red Bank Restaurants, Shopping. Nightlife & NYC Train.
1 Unit Available
92 Drs James Parker Boulevard
92 Drs James Parker Blvd
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$2,295
929 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 92 Drs James Parker Boulevard in Red Bank. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
122 Mclaren Street
122 Mc Laren Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$2,000
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
House is all new. New kitchen including appliances, new granite counters, kitchen cabinets. Ship Lap walls/ ceilings. New Crown moldings/newly refinished hardwood floors. Newly painted entire apartment in Red Hot Red Bank. New bathroom never used.
1 Unit Available
48 Monmouth Street
48 Monmouth Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$1,400
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 48 Monmouth Street in Red Bank. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
33 Prospect Avenue
33 Prospect Avenue
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Move right in on January 1st and enjoy Red Bank life with easy access to all commuter transportation (Ferry, GSP, Bus, Train etc) and walk downtown on any given night or walk across the street to the river to catch a sunset.
1 Unit Available
30 W Front Street
30 West Front Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
1830 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Charming 2 Bedroom 2 1/2 Bath Townhome located in the Heart of Red Bank. Enjoy riverviews from the 100 sq ft deck while lounging under your private awning.
1 Unit Available
23 John Street
23 John Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
3 Bedrooms
$3,600
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Wonderful charming colonial house on everyone's favorite street. Enclosed front sun porch for early morning coffee. Three bedrooms and 1.5 bath with newer eat in kitchen, dining room, living room and nook for TV or reading a book.
1 Unit Available
28 Riverside Avenue
28 Riverside Avenue/Route 35
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$3,200
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
FULLY FURNISHED, turn-key rental! Great Location! Within blocks you have access to waterfront parks/dining, theater venues, Hospital, bus/train station, plus a downtown area filled with shops and restaurants.
1 Unit Available
293 Spring Street
293 Spring Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
ONLY UNIT AVAILABLE IN SOUGHT AFTER SPRINGVIEW GARDENS....COMPLETLY UPDATED UPPER LEVEL 2 BEDROOM UNIT. GRANITE KITCHEN WITH ALL NEW APPLIANCES... BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD FLOORS. NEW AC UNITS..RENT INCLUDES HEAT AND HOT WATER.
1 Unit Available
23 Wallace Street
23 Wallace Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
2 Bedrooms
$3,800
1617 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 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
92 Throckmorton Avenue
92 Throckmorton Ave
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$1,350
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Prospect Hill is a quiet friendly community with alot to offer. Located near beautiful downtown Red Bank, the apartments include updated kitchens with dishwashers, gleaming hardwood floors, and ceiling fans.
1 Unit Available
71 Manor Drive
71 Manor Drive
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$1,800
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
This 1 bedroom, 1 Bath condo is perfect for a commuter or individual looking to be near downtown Red Bank. Enter into living room to find hardwood floors throughout the unit. The kitchen has been updated with cherry cabs, granite counter tops.
1 Unit Available
63 Oakland Street
63 Oakland Street
Red Bank, NJ | Red Bank
1 Bedroom
$1,600
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Great location - One bedroom first floor apartment located close to Downtown Red Bank and Red Bank Train Station. Features include eat-in kitchen, dining room, basement, front and rear porches and private off street parking.
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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1 Unit Available
11 Fisk Street
11 Fisk Street
Fair Haven, NJ | Fair Haven
4 Bedrooms
$6,000
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Fabulous annual rental in Fair Haven! This is a deceivingly large home. 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2 car garage, open floor plan, private yard and much more! Many updates throughout including new, beautiful Master Bath.
1 Unit Available
368 Navesink River Road
368 Navesink River Road
Monmouth County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$2,500
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Navesink section of Middletown with beautiful view of Navesink River.
1 Unit Available
310 Cooper Road
310 Cooper Road
Monmouth County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$3,100
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
RARE OPPORTUNITY! Live on one of Middletown's loveliest estates, the legendary COBBLE CLOSE FARM! Home features: 2 BR, 2 BA PLUS DEN & is move-in ready . This secure and private abode has approximately 1400 sq. ft.
1 Unit Available
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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8 Units Available
Country Club
2 Country Club Road
Eatontown, NJ | Eatontown
1 Bedroom
$1,445
725 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
870 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,030
988 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:01 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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9 Units Available
Pleasure Bay Apartments
245 Atlantic Ave
Long Branch, NJ | North Long Branch
Studio
$1,399
658 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,694
823 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,029
975 sqft
Last updated October 31 at 06:29 AM
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.
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7 Units Available
Avalon West Long Branch
10 Avalon Ct
West Long Branch, NJ | West Long Branch
1 Bedroom
$2,130
929 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,690
1262 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,947
1346 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 01:07 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.
1 Unit Available
322 Mill Pond Way
322 Mill Pond Way
Eatontown, NJ | Eatontown
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
One of Mill Pond's best backing up to wooded area! This Arlington Model located in the most desirable, private building of the Mill Pond Community is a beautiful and meticulously maintained end unit with a modern open floor plan with 9 ft ceilings,
1 Unit Available
271 Wall Street
271 Wall Street
West Long Branch, NJ | West Long Branch
3 Bedrooms
$2,900
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Amazing annual rental in West Long Branch. Bright ranch freshly painted, large den and dining. Great kitchen with newer appliances. 3 good size bedrooms. Large basement and garage.Central A/C. Very close to houses of worship, beaches and shopping.
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Apartment Rentals in Red Bank start at $1,350/month.
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While some Red Bank 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 Red Bank. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, CUNY Hunter College, Touro College, and Stella and Charles Guttman Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Red Bank. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, CUNY Hunter College, Touro College, and Stella and Charles Guttman Community College.

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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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
+

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.