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3 Apartments for rent in Amsterdam, NY

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50 McClellan Ave, #1
50 Mc Clellan Avenue
Amsterdam, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1000 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 06:30 PM
Beautiful 1st floor apartment in Amsterdam. hardwood floors, spacious living rooms, 2 bedrooms, an extra room, and a kitchen fit for any chef. this apartment is perfect for anyone looking to live comfortably.
1 Unit Available
41 Bayard St 1
41 Bayard Street
Amsterdam, NY
2 Bedrooms
$950
900 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
2 bedroom just painted with great open floor plan! - Property Id: 471337 2 bedrooms on 1st floor with hardwood floors and open floor plan! Owner looking for credit score of 650+, dogs extra $50 per month, cats extra $30 per month.
1 Unit Available
9 Mcclellan Ave 2
9 Mc Clellan Avenue
Amsterdam, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1500 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
2nd floor apartment -- brand new 3 large porches - Property Id: 438799 Brand new spacious 3 bedroom apartment in brick building! Off street parking one car garage! Walk in laundry room! Beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings, big bedrooms! Open
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How much is rent in Amsterdam?
Apartment Rentals in Amsterdam start at $950/month.
How much is rent in Amsterdam?
Apartment Rentals in Amsterdam start at $950/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Amsterdam?
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While some Amsterdam 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 Amsterdam 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 Amsterdam. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The College of Saint Rose, SUNY Empire State College, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and The Sage Colleges.
How can I find off-campus housing in Amsterdam?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Amsterdam. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The College of Saint Rose, SUNY Empire State College, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and The Sage Colleges.

City Guide

Amsterdam
Did you know? Amsterdam has been home to some pretty famous folks! Some notable Amsterdam residents or former residents include author and FBI agent Gary Aldrich, Congressman Benedict Arnold, Felix Aulisi, a New York Supreme Court Justice, and actor Kirk Douglas.
Did you know? Amsterdam has been home to some pretty famous folks! Some notable Amsterdam residents or former residents include author and FBI agent Gary Aldrich, Congressman Benedict Arnold, Felix Aulisi, a New York Supreme Court Justice, and actor Kirk Douglas.

Amsterdam is a city about 18,500 in central New York State. It's named after the town of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, though the similarities pretty much end with the name. The city is situated around the Mohawk River, with some of the city on the south bank and most of it on the north bank. The Eerie Canal led to a major economic boom in the mid-1800s, when the town became a carpet production center. Today, the city does many more things than produce carpet, and it's a city with lovely historic buildings, great entertainment options and activities, and easy access to nearby Schenectady.

Moving to Amsterdam

If you're thinking about looking for rental homes in Amsterdam, be sure to gather all the documents you'll need to apply for an apartment. You don't want to miss out on your dream studio apartment! Bring copies of your IDs, bank statements, tax returns, proof of income, a letter of employment, references from former landlords and employers and more. Be sure to check with each individual landlord to make sure you bring all the necessary information.

Moving to Amsterdam
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If you're thinking about looking for rental homes in Amsterdam, be sure to gather all the documents you'll need to apply for an apartment. You don't want to miss out on your dream studio apartment! Bring copies of your IDs, bank statements, tax returns, proof of income, a letter of employment, references from former landlords and employers and more. Be sure to check with each individual landlord to make sure you bring all the necessary information.

Amsterdam Neighborhoods

Moving can be difficult, and searching for property rentals can be daunting. One great way to make your search a bit easier and narrow it down is by doing your research beforehand. Learning about the town's neighborhoods can help you eliminate the ones that aren't right for you. Check out the info below to find out more about the different areas of Amsterdam.

Southern Amsterdam: Southern Amsterdam is a lovely residential area with large homes and yards. There are lots of large houses there, and it's probably not the best neighborhood to find a duplex for rent. This is also a scenic area, because it's bordered by the Mohawk River! If you're an outdoorsy type, you'll like not only its aesthetic beauty but also the opportunities to go boating and fishing.

Central Amsterdam: If you're looking for affordable rental property, this is your best bet. Central Amsterdam includes all of the best commercial and retail options in town, as well as dining. This is the best place to look for apartments to rent - you'll probably be able to find some in your price range. You can find Amsterdam's main drag in the central part of town: Market St. On Market St., you can find a whole host of chain restaurants, local mom and pop shops, and big box stores (in addition to tons more!).

Northern Amsterdam: This area is a lot like Southern Amsterdam. What can we say? This is just a pretty lovely town. One of the area's main highlights is the Amsterdam Golf Course. If you're into sports, grab your clubs and go out for a round. The course itself was designed by the illustrious Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Amsterdam Neighborhoods
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Moving can be difficult, and searching for property rentals can be daunting. One great way to make your search a bit easier and narrow it down is by doing your research beforehand. Learning about the town's neighborhoods can help you eliminate the ones that aren't right for you. Check out the info below to find out more about the different areas of Amsterdam.

Southern Amsterdam: Southern Amsterdam is a lovely residential area with large homes and yards. There are lots of large houses there, and it's probably not the best neighborhood to find a duplex for rent. This is also a scenic area, because it's bordered by the Mohawk River! If you're an outdoorsy type, you'll like not only its aesthetic beauty but also the opportunities to go boating and fishing.

Central Amsterdam: If you're looking for affordable rental property, this is your best bet. Central Amsterdam includes all of the best commercial and retail options in town, as well as dining. This is the best place to look for apartments to rent - you'll probably be able to find some in your price range. You can find Amsterdam's main drag in the central part of town: Market St. On Market St., you can find a whole host of chain restaurants, local mom and pop shops, and big box stores (in addition to tons more!).

Northern Amsterdam: This area is a lot like Southern Amsterdam. What can we say? This is just a pretty lovely town. One of the area's main highlights is the Amsterdam Golf Course. If you're into sports, grab your clubs and go out for a round. The course itself was designed by the illustrious Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Living in Amsterdam

If you've chosen to live in Amsterdam, get ready for a really nice life. Winters can be cold there, but the town affords safe, quiet living with easy access to big cities nearby. Transportation is easy in Amsterdam. Most people have cars to get around, but Amsterdam has its own Amtrak station that can get you all the way up to Niagara Falls or all the way down to New York City.

If you want to stay in town for entertainment, you can enjoy a whole slew of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places to Enjoy. The city also has an excellent public golf course -- so get ready for a round!

Living in Amsterdam
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If you've chosen to live in Amsterdam, get ready for a really nice life. Winters can be cold there, but the town affords safe, quiet living with easy access to big cities nearby. Transportation is easy in Amsterdam. Most people have cars to get around, but Amsterdam has its own Amtrak station that can get you all the way up to Niagara Falls or all the way down to New York City.

If you want to stay in town for entertainment, you can enjoy a whole slew of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places to Enjoy. The city also has an excellent public golf course -- so get ready for a round!

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City Guide

Amsterdam
Did you know? Amsterdam has been home to some pretty famous folks! Some notable Amsterdam residents or former residents include author and FBI agent Gary Aldrich, Congressman Benedict Arnold, Felix Aulisi, a New York Supreme Court Justice, and actor Kirk Douglas.
Did you know? Amsterdam has been home to some pretty famous folks! Some notable Amsterdam residents or former residents include author and FBI agent Gary Aldrich, Congressman Benedict Arnold, Felix Aulisi, a New York Supreme Court Justice, and actor Kirk Douglas.

Amsterdam is a city about 18,500 in central New York State. It's named after the town of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, though the similarities pretty much end with the name. The city is situated around the Mohawk River, with some of the city on the south bank and most of it on the north bank. The Eerie Canal led to a major economic boom in the mid-1800s, when the town became a carpet production center. Today, the city does many more things than produce carpet, and it's a city with lovely historic buildings, great entertainment options and activities, and easy access to nearby Schenectady.

Moving to Amsterdam

If you're thinking about looking for rental homes in Amsterdam, be sure to gather all the documents you'll need to apply for an apartment. You don't want to miss out on your dream studio apartment! Bring copies of your IDs, bank statements, tax returns, proof of income, a letter of employment, references from former landlords and employers and more. Be sure to check with each individual landlord to make sure you bring all the necessary information.

Moving to Amsterdam
+

If you're thinking about looking for rental homes in Amsterdam, be sure to gather all the documents you'll need to apply for an apartment. You don't want to miss out on your dream studio apartment! Bring copies of your IDs, bank statements, tax returns, proof of income, a letter of employment, references from former landlords and employers and more. Be sure to check with each individual landlord to make sure you bring all the necessary information.

Amsterdam Neighborhoods

Moving can be difficult, and searching for property rentals can be daunting. One great way to make your search a bit easier and narrow it down is by doing your research beforehand. Learning about the town's neighborhoods can help you eliminate the ones that aren't right for you. Check out the info below to find out more about the different areas of Amsterdam.

Southern Amsterdam: Southern Amsterdam is a lovely residential area with large homes and yards. There are lots of large houses there, and it's probably not the best neighborhood to find a duplex for rent. This is also a scenic area, because it's bordered by the Mohawk River! If you're an outdoorsy type, you'll like not only its aesthetic beauty but also the opportunities to go boating and fishing.

Central Amsterdam: If you're looking for affordable rental property, this is your best bet. Central Amsterdam includes all of the best commercial and retail options in town, as well as dining. This is the best place to look for apartments to rent - you'll probably be able to find some in your price range. You can find Amsterdam's main drag in the central part of town: Market St. On Market St., you can find a whole host of chain restaurants, local mom and pop shops, and big box stores (in addition to tons more!).

Northern Amsterdam: This area is a lot like Southern Amsterdam. What can we say? This is just a pretty lovely town. One of the area's main highlights is the Amsterdam Golf Course. If you're into sports, grab your clubs and go out for a round. The course itself was designed by the illustrious Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Amsterdam Neighborhoods
+

Moving can be difficult, and searching for property rentals can be daunting. One great way to make your search a bit easier and narrow it down is by doing your research beforehand. Learning about the town's neighborhoods can help you eliminate the ones that aren't right for you. Check out the info below to find out more about the different areas of Amsterdam.

Southern Amsterdam: Southern Amsterdam is a lovely residential area with large homes and yards. There are lots of large houses there, and it's probably not the best neighborhood to find a duplex for rent. This is also a scenic area, because it's bordered by the Mohawk River! If you're an outdoorsy type, you'll like not only its aesthetic beauty but also the opportunities to go boating and fishing.

Central Amsterdam: If you're looking for affordable rental property, this is your best bet. Central Amsterdam includes all of the best commercial and retail options in town, as well as dining. This is the best place to look for apartments to rent - you'll probably be able to find some in your price range. You can find Amsterdam's main drag in the central part of town: Market St. On Market St., you can find a whole host of chain restaurants, local mom and pop shops, and big box stores (in addition to tons more!).

Northern Amsterdam: This area is a lot like Southern Amsterdam. What can we say? This is just a pretty lovely town. One of the area's main highlights is the Amsterdam Golf Course. If you're into sports, grab your clubs and go out for a round. The course itself was designed by the illustrious Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Living in Amsterdam

If you've chosen to live in Amsterdam, get ready for a really nice life. Winters can be cold there, but the town affords safe, quiet living with easy access to big cities nearby. Transportation is easy in Amsterdam. Most people have cars to get around, but Amsterdam has its own Amtrak station that can get you all the way up to Niagara Falls or all the way down to New York City.

If you want to stay in town for entertainment, you can enjoy a whole slew of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places to Enjoy. The city also has an excellent public golf course -- so get ready for a round!

Living in Amsterdam
+

If you've chosen to live in Amsterdam, get ready for a really nice life. Winters can be cold there, but the town affords safe, quiet living with easy access to big cities nearby. Transportation is easy in Amsterdam. Most people have cars to get around, but Amsterdam has its own Amtrak station that can get you all the way up to Niagara Falls or all the way down to New York City.

If you want to stay in town for entertainment, you can enjoy a whole slew of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places to Enjoy. The city also has an excellent public golf course -- so get ready for a round!