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91 Apartments for rent in Cheektowaga, NY

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30 Atwood Pl 1
30 Atwood Pl
Cheektowaga, NY | Pine Hill
3 Bedrooms
$925
Last updated January 17 at 10:23 AM
Unit 1 Available 02/01/21 30 Atwood Pl - Property Id: 472992 Lower large 3 Bedroom new carpets, flooring ,painted Cheektowaga school district off street parking. Open house Weds 1/13/21 between 12-1pm and Sat 1/16/21 between 12-1pm.
Results within 1 mile of Cheektowaga
1 Unit Available
102 Brunswick Road
102 Brunswick Road
Depew, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1400 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Brand New Build Home available for rent in the Village of Lancaster.
1 Unit Available
79 IDEAL Street South
79 Ideal Street
Buffalo, NY | Lovejoy
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1200 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:05 AM
I was built in 1910 during the time when homes were "Spacious ", with tall ceilings and hardwood features throughout." This 3 bedroom upper unit have ample closet spaces.
1 Unit Available
65 Rogers Ave Lower
65 Rogers Avenue
Buffalo, NY | Schiller Park
2 Bedrooms
$700
850 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:23 AM
Beatifully renovated 2 bed 1 bath for $700/month - Property Id: 182348 Beautifully renovated 2 bed 1 bath with Living, Dinning combo for $700/month. Proof of income or Section 8 approval required. Please contact for viewing @ 718-219-9322.
1 Unit Available
5026 Broadway St. Upper
5026 Broadway
Depew, NY | Depew
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1261 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:23 AM
Unit Upper Available 01/23/21 Spacious 3 Bed/1 Bath Upper in Depew - Property Id: 470263 Don't miss out on this super spacious 3 bedroom apartment in Depew.
1 Unit Available
342 Davidson Ave LOWER
342 Davidson Avenue
Buffalo, NY | Kensington
2 Bedrooms
Ask
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
NEWLY RENOVATED 3 BEDROOM LOWER UNIT - Property Id: 391346 Thank you very much for reaching out to us at Good Living Property Management LLC for your housing needs. We will be showing this property on Tuesdays.
1 Unit Available
53 Arlington Road
53 Arlington Road
Erie County, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,989
1694 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:09 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment in Buffalo. Amenities included: central air, central heat, dishwasher, stainless steel appliance, updated kitchen, updated bathroom, storage, laundry in building, and yard. Utilities included: water.
1 Unit Available
98 Bickford Ave
98 Bickford Avenue
Buffalo, NY | Kensington
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1285 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Beautiful 3 Bedroom House - 98 Bickford - Beautiful 3 Bedroom House! Local establishments are within walking distance. Dollar General, Louis Texas Hots, Bailey Avenue Pizza.
Results within 5 miles of Cheektowaga
1 Unit Available
109 Northampton Street - 1
109 Northampton Street
Buffalo, NY | Masten Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1100 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:20 AM
3 Bedroom Apartment close to Medical Campus! Beautifully remodeled apartment located proximate to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. The apartment features a large patio, opening into a small mud room and private entrance.
1 Unit Available
7 East Depew Avenue - 2
7 E Depew Ave
Buffalo, NY | Starin Central
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
700 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Don't miss the opportunity to live in this newly renovated 2-bedroom unit within walking distance of SUNY Buffalo's South Campus.
1 Unit Available
1691 Hertel Ave, Upper
1691 Hertel Avenue
Buffalo, NY | North Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1300 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Renovated upper unit with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, hardwood flooring and newer windows. Off street parking, one in garage , two on parking lot and laundry included.
1 Unit Available
249 Tacoma Avenue - Lower
249 Tacoma Avenue
Buffalo, NY | North Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1300 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Updated 3 bedroom, 1 full bath, lower unit for rent. Includes kitchen appliances, washer, dryer, and a fenced in yard. Safe and secure building with attentive and responsive management Available for January 15th. Close proximity to Hertel Ave.
1 Unit Available
34 Horton Place - 1
34 Horton Place
Buffalo, NY | Delaware - West Ferry
1 Bedroom
Ask
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
1400 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Newly Built Home available for rent in the City of Buffalo! Built on a quiet street just outside of the Elmwood Village and steps away from Hoyt Lake and Delaware Park. This two story unit includes 2 bedroom, 1.
1 Unit Available
2809 Main Street - 3
2809 Main St
Buffalo, NY | Starin Central
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
700 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Don't miss the opportunity to live on exciting Main street for under $1100.
1 Unit Available
5 Lovering Avenue - 2nd Floor
5 Lovering Avenue
Buffalo, NY | North Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1100 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Welcome to 5 Lovering Ave, right on the Hertel Strip! This is a two bedroom second floor apartment with lots of nice features. The classic fireplace in the living room is a great center point.
1 Unit Available
84 Crane St. - 7
84 Crane Street
Depew, NY | Depew
Studio
$825
300 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Stunning Brand New Loft apartment in the suburbs. Everything has been redone. Hardwoods throughout, all new electric, plumbing, appliances etc Offstreet parking. Centrally located in Depew.
1 Unit Available
77 Linwood Ave. - 7
77 Linwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY | Bryant
2 Bedrooms
$1,360
1065 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Absolutely stunning large 2-bdrm unit walking distance from the Buffalo Medical Campus. Unit Features high ceilings, over sized rooms (main room 400 sq ft!!), newer windows, hardwood floors, granite counter tops, AC and much more.
1 Unit Available
198 Altruria Street - Lower
198 Altruria Street
Buffalo, NY | South Park
1 Bedroom
Ask
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1486 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
Large 3 bedroom, the largest apartment for rent in South Buffalo. Complete bathroom renovation, updated kitchen with new cabinets, breakfast nook. Fresh paint throughout. New blinds. Renter's insurance required. Please email for quickest response.
1 Unit Available
1950 Seneca Street
1950 Seneca St
Buffalo, NY | Cazenovia Park
Studio
$1,000
1700 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
1,700 square feet of commercial space facing Seneca Street, near the corner of Seneca and Mineral Springs in South Buffalo. Located nearby SHEA's SENECA, and other redevelopment projects currently in progress in the area.
1 Unit Available
812 Potomac Avenue - Upper
812 Potomac Avenue
Buffalo, NY | Albright
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1196 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
FOR RENT: Beautiful 3 Bed / 1 Bath upper apartment located in Buffalo's Delaware District! This spacious, well kept unit features an outdoor balcony with Kohler Awning (summer/spring), formal living and dining rooms, recessed lighting, natural
1 Unit Available
55 Foxhunt Lane
55 Foxhunt Lane
Erie County, NY
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
2800 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 05:03 AM
FOR RENT: Welcome to Foxhunt Lane! Luxury 4 bed / 2.5 bath single family home in East Amherst. Spacious 2,800 square foot home with an attached 2.5-car garage, large fenced-in back yard, and detached shed.
1 Unit Available
25 Roeder Street
25 Roeder Street
Buffalo, NY | MLK Park
3 Bedrooms
$750
1100 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 04:49 AM
Fully understand upper apartment LID: 40496174.
1 Unit Available
19 Ironwood Court
19 Ironwood Court
Erie County, NY
6 Bedrooms
$4,750
6361 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 04:48 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
871 Delaware Avenue
871 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY | Bryant
1 Bedroom
$900
6027 sqft
2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated January 18 at 03:05 AM
This beautiful one bedroom apartment carriage house sits on Delaware Avenue's Mansion Row with a private entrance and dedicated off street parking spot. This freshly painted unit includes heat and gas.
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City Guide

Cheektowaga
"Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first." (-Mark Twain)
"Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first." (-Mark Twain)

Cheektowaga is Iroquoian meaning_Land of the Crabapples, _but you won't find any of those (whatever those are) here today.This town of 88,226 people is the second largest suburb of Buffalo, New York and has I-90 cutting through its center. Cheektowaga is a census designated place in Erie County and spans 29.5 square miles of land. The town was formed from Amherst back in 1829, and then reformed and reduced in size in 1851 after the formation of West Seneca. Originally a rural farming area pre-World War II, once the war broke out, the post World War subdivision boom brought in major factories, such as the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. This area has since become known for its hard working, blue collar citizens that make up much of its population even today. Although the town suffered decline during the 70s, 80s and early 90s, it is rapidly growing and attracting new businesses because of its excellent location. Surrounded by Buffalo, Seneca, Amherst, Lancaster and Depew, this town is primed for an economic boom!

Preparing to Move

Things you should consider and plan out before you move

There are a few things you should consider before you decide which area of Cheektowaga is calling your name. Where you work in relation to where you live can be very important if you are trying to avoid long commutes, so that should be at the top of your list of things to think about. This is a densely urban town, beautiful yes, but again, very urban! For those that love the city, but want to live in the suburbs, this is the perfect little town for you!

Once you have figured out where your work is located, unless you commute via the Internet, you can begin your search. This will be best accomplished by enlisting the help of a local agent or apartment hunter, local to Cheektowaga that is. Since the vacancy rate for the town is a low 5.9%, you want to give yourself at least 4-6 weeks to search. This will relieve some of the stress associated with moving and all of the paperwork, packing and unpacking that comes with the territory. Having your papers in order will help speed up the process. This is referring to having your current identification available, your work and previous rental references and history readily available, as well as having enough money on hand to cover certain fees associated with both applying and securing a residence. First and last months rent is a typical security deposit for most rentals nowadays, and if you have pets, expect to cough up another security deposit for your little friends. That is pretty much the basics of what you need to have and when you should begin your search. Remember, don't rush into anything if you do not truly love it! Moving once is difficult enough, so make your wish-list of requirements for your new home and leave a little room for flexibility where you can afford it!

Preparing to Move
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Things you should consider and plan out before you move

There are a few things you should consider before you decide which area of Cheektowaga is calling your name. Where you work in relation to where you live can be very important if you are trying to avoid long commutes, so that should be at the top of your list of things to think about. This is a densely urban town, beautiful yes, but again, very urban! For those that love the city, but want to live in the suburbs, this is the perfect little town for you!

Once you have figured out where your work is located, unless you commute via the Internet, you can begin your search. This will be best accomplished by enlisting the help of a local agent or apartment hunter, local to Cheektowaga that is. Since the vacancy rate for the town is a low 5.9%, you want to give yourself at least 4-6 weeks to search. This will relieve some of the stress associated with moving and all of the paperwork, packing and unpacking that comes with the territory. Having your papers in order will help speed up the process. This is referring to having your current identification available, your work and previous rental references and history readily available, as well as having enough money on hand to cover certain fees associated with both applying and securing a residence. First and last months rent is a typical security deposit for most rentals nowadays, and if you have pets, expect to cough up another security deposit for your little friends. That is pretty much the basics of what you need to have and when you should begin your search. Remember, don't rush into anything if you do not truly love it! Moving once is difficult enough, so make your wish-list of requirements for your new home and leave a little room for flexibility where you can afford it!

Neighborhoods

Cayuga Creek Rd / Union Rd: Covered with shade trees, this beautiful neighborhood is easily affordable by most standards. Even though this is an urban neighborhood, it feels secluded and somewhat suburban in nature. Located on the southwestern side of Cheektowaga, it features a Peregrin's Landing Senior Community for those who are considering retirement. If that's not your pace yet, there are some beautiful single family homes, some with pools as well! The vacancy rate is at 5.9%, so while the supply is stretched thin, there are still vacancies out there. This neighborhood is very quiet, peaceful and walkable. The commute is relatively short also, which if you have driven in Buffalo, you know is rare! Whether you walk, drive, take the train or ride the bus, this area is easily accessible and practically pain free to navigate!

Bellevue: This neighborhood is considered to be a hamlet of Cheektowaga. It is nestled between Union Rd and the Depew border. A local favorite is the Belleview Hotel, a bar and restaurant that has been around since the early 19th century. Talk about charm and longevity! The average price for rent is moderate, not overly expensive at all. Predominantly made up of row houses and single family stand-alone homes, this area is mostly owner occupied. The commute is pretty easy from this neighborhood because of the variety of transportation modes available. Many drive their own vehicles, but a larger percentage tend to take the train, bus or just hoof it to work. This is a wonderful neighborhood for those just beginning their careers or just starting a family. It is affordable and close to everything you might need!

Cleveland Hill: Cleveland Hill is an area of town located on the north town line. This neighborhood is slightly more expensive than other areas of town. Many upper level executives, professional managers and professional service representatives choose to call this area home. Mostly older, well established homes built between 1940 and1969 are located here, adding some serious charm and grace to the neighborhood that lovingly tends and cares for these beautiful old abodes.

Forks: This neighborhood is also considered a hamlet of Cheektowaga and is located near Union Rd and Broadway. Well educated professionals tend to favor this area of town for its easy access and beautifully cared for homes. It is typical to see row houses, all charming, as well as high rise apartments and condominiums. It's quite a mix up of home styles, but when you have a growing population, sometimes the only place to go is up!

Doyle: A neighborhood near the western town line, and perfect for those looking for inexpensive rental prices with a great location! The vacancy rates are pretty low in this area and the average commute is laughable when compared to more congested cities in New York. Most experience a short 15-30 minute commute on average... not too shabby after a long day! This neighborhood is an eclectic mix of ages, ethnicities and professions. The young and old are out walking through the neighborhood as often as possible because it is so foot-path friendly for those who are careless.

William St / Vern Ln: This neighborhood is a fun, very urban area of town with single family homes, a few apartments and a smattering of row houses. It has a good mix of owners and renters with a low vacancy rate and excellent local restaurants within walking distance of most of the homes. Bob's Popular Pizza is one such establishment the locals flock to for pie's that will make you drool the moment you walk in the restaurant! This is a very peaceful, relatively quiet neighborhood that attracts families and young professionals alike.

Wherever you end up looking, we wish you happy hunting!

Neighborhoods
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Cayuga Creek Rd / Union Rd: Covered with shade trees, this beautiful neighborhood is easily affordable by most standards. Even though this is an urban neighborhood, it feels secluded and somewhat suburban in nature. Located on the southwestern side of Cheektowaga, it features a Peregrin's Landing Senior Community for those who are considering retirement. If that's not your pace yet, there are some beautiful single family homes, some with pools as well! The vacancy rate is at 5.9%, so while the supply is stretched thin, there are still vacancies out there. This neighborhood is very quiet, peaceful and walkable. The commute is relatively short also, which if you have driven in Buffalo, you know is rare! Whether you walk, drive, take the train or ride the bus, this area is easily accessible and practically pain free to navigate!

Bellevue: This neighborhood is considered to be a hamlet of Cheektowaga. It is nestled between Union Rd and the Depew border. A local favorite is the Belleview Hotel, a bar and restaurant that has been around since the early 19th century. Talk about charm and longevity! The average price for rent is moderate, not overly expensive at all. Predominantly made up of row houses and single family stand-alone homes, this area is mostly owner occupied. The commute is pretty easy from this neighborhood because of the variety of transportation modes available. Many drive their own vehicles, but a larger percentage tend to take the train, bus or just hoof it to work. This is a wonderful neighborhood for those just beginning their careers or just starting a family. It is affordable and close to everything you might need!

Cleveland Hill: Cleveland Hill is an area of town located on the north town line. This neighborhood is slightly more expensive than other areas of town. Many upper level executives, professional managers and professional service representatives choose to call this area home. Mostly older, well established homes built between 1940 and1969 are located here, adding some serious charm and grace to the neighborhood that lovingly tends and cares for these beautiful old abodes.

Forks: This neighborhood is also considered a hamlet of Cheektowaga and is located near Union Rd and Broadway. Well educated professionals tend to favor this area of town for its easy access and beautifully cared for homes. It is typical to see row houses, all charming, as well as high rise apartments and condominiums. It's quite a mix up of home styles, but when you have a growing population, sometimes the only place to go is up!

Doyle: A neighborhood near the western town line, and perfect for those looking for inexpensive rental prices with a great location! The vacancy rates are pretty low in this area and the average commute is laughable when compared to more congested cities in New York. Most experience a short 15-30 minute commute on average... not too shabby after a long day! This neighborhood is an eclectic mix of ages, ethnicities and professions. The young and old are out walking through the neighborhood as often as possible because it is so foot-path friendly for those who are careless.

William St / Vern Ln: This neighborhood is a fun, very urban area of town with single family homes, a few apartments and a smattering of row houses. It has a good mix of owners and renters with a low vacancy rate and excellent local restaurants within walking distance of most of the homes. Bob's Popular Pizza is one such establishment the locals flock to for pie's that will make you drool the moment you walk in the restaurant! This is a very peaceful, relatively quiet neighborhood that attracts families and young professionals alike.

Wherever you end up looking, we wish you happy hunting!

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Cheektowaga
"Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first." (-Mark Twain)
"Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first." (-Mark Twain)

Cheektowaga is Iroquoian meaning_Land of the Crabapples, _but you won't find any of those (whatever those are) here today.This town of 88,226 people is the second largest suburb of Buffalo, New York and has I-90 cutting through its center. Cheektowaga is a census designated place in Erie County and spans 29.5 square miles of land. The town was formed from Amherst back in 1829, and then reformed and reduced in size in 1851 after the formation of West Seneca. Originally a rural farming area pre-World War II, once the war broke out, the post World War subdivision boom brought in major factories, such as the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. This area has since become known for its hard working, blue collar citizens that make up much of its population even today. Although the town suffered decline during the 70s, 80s and early 90s, it is rapidly growing and attracting new businesses because of its excellent location. Surrounded by Buffalo, Seneca, Amherst, Lancaster and Depew, this town is primed for an economic boom!

Preparing to Move

Things you should consider and plan out before you move

There are a few things you should consider before you decide which area of Cheektowaga is calling your name. Where you work in relation to where you live can be very important if you are trying to avoid long commutes, so that should be at the top of your list of things to think about. This is a densely urban town, beautiful yes, but again, very urban! For those that love the city, but want to live in the suburbs, this is the perfect little town for you!

Once you have figured out where your work is located, unless you commute via the Internet, you can begin your search. This will be best accomplished by enlisting the help of a local agent or apartment hunter, local to Cheektowaga that is. Since the vacancy rate for the town is a low 5.9%, you want to give yourself at least 4-6 weeks to search. This will relieve some of the stress associated with moving and all of the paperwork, packing and unpacking that comes with the territory. Having your papers in order will help speed up the process. This is referring to having your current identification available, your work and previous rental references and history readily available, as well as having enough money on hand to cover certain fees associated with both applying and securing a residence. First and last months rent is a typical security deposit for most rentals nowadays, and if you have pets, expect to cough up another security deposit for your little friends. That is pretty much the basics of what you need to have and when you should begin your search. Remember, don't rush into anything if you do not truly love it! Moving once is difficult enough, so make your wish-list of requirements for your new home and leave a little room for flexibility where you can afford it!

Preparing to Move
+

Things you should consider and plan out before you move

There are a few things you should consider before you decide which area of Cheektowaga is calling your name. Where you work in relation to where you live can be very important if you are trying to avoid long commutes, so that should be at the top of your list of things to think about. This is a densely urban town, beautiful yes, but again, very urban! For those that love the city, but want to live in the suburbs, this is the perfect little town for you!

Once you have figured out where your work is located, unless you commute via the Internet, you can begin your search. This will be best accomplished by enlisting the help of a local agent or apartment hunter, local to Cheektowaga that is. Since the vacancy rate for the town is a low 5.9%, you want to give yourself at least 4-6 weeks to search. This will relieve some of the stress associated with moving and all of the paperwork, packing and unpacking that comes with the territory. Having your papers in order will help speed up the process. This is referring to having your current identification available, your work and previous rental references and history readily available, as well as having enough money on hand to cover certain fees associated with both applying and securing a residence. First and last months rent is a typical security deposit for most rentals nowadays, and if you have pets, expect to cough up another security deposit for your little friends. That is pretty much the basics of what you need to have and when you should begin your search. Remember, don't rush into anything if you do not truly love it! Moving once is difficult enough, so make your wish-list of requirements for your new home and leave a little room for flexibility where you can afford it!

Neighborhoods

Cayuga Creek Rd / Union Rd: Covered with shade trees, this beautiful neighborhood is easily affordable by most standards. Even though this is an urban neighborhood, it feels secluded and somewhat suburban in nature. Located on the southwestern side of Cheektowaga, it features a Peregrin's Landing Senior Community for those who are considering retirement. If that's not your pace yet, there are some beautiful single family homes, some with pools as well! The vacancy rate is at 5.9%, so while the supply is stretched thin, there are still vacancies out there. This neighborhood is very quiet, peaceful and walkable. The commute is relatively short also, which if you have driven in Buffalo, you know is rare! Whether you walk, drive, take the train or ride the bus, this area is easily accessible and practically pain free to navigate!

Bellevue: This neighborhood is considered to be a hamlet of Cheektowaga. It is nestled between Union Rd and the Depew border. A local favorite is the Belleview Hotel, a bar and restaurant that has been around since the early 19th century. Talk about charm and longevity! The average price for rent is moderate, not overly expensive at all. Predominantly made up of row houses and single family stand-alone homes, this area is mostly owner occupied. The commute is pretty easy from this neighborhood because of the variety of transportation modes available. Many drive their own vehicles, but a larger percentage tend to take the train, bus or just hoof it to work. This is a wonderful neighborhood for those just beginning their careers or just starting a family. It is affordable and close to everything you might need!

Cleveland Hill: Cleveland Hill is an area of town located on the north town line. This neighborhood is slightly more expensive than other areas of town. Many upper level executives, professional managers and professional service representatives choose to call this area home. Mostly older, well established homes built between 1940 and1969 are located here, adding some serious charm and grace to the neighborhood that lovingly tends and cares for these beautiful old abodes.

Forks: This neighborhood is also considered a hamlet of Cheektowaga and is located near Union Rd and Broadway. Well educated professionals tend to favor this area of town for its easy access and beautifully cared for homes. It is typical to see row houses, all charming, as well as high rise apartments and condominiums. It's quite a mix up of home styles, but when you have a growing population, sometimes the only place to go is up!

Doyle: A neighborhood near the western town line, and perfect for those looking for inexpensive rental prices with a great location! The vacancy rates are pretty low in this area and the average commute is laughable when compared to more congested cities in New York. Most experience a short 15-30 minute commute on average... not too shabby after a long day! This neighborhood is an eclectic mix of ages, ethnicities and professions. The young and old are out walking through the neighborhood as often as possible because it is so foot-path friendly for those who are careless.

William St / Vern Ln: This neighborhood is a fun, very urban area of town with single family homes, a few apartments and a smattering of row houses. It has a good mix of owners and renters with a low vacancy rate and excellent local restaurants within walking distance of most of the homes. Bob's Popular Pizza is one such establishment the locals flock to for pie's that will make you drool the moment you walk in the restaurant! This is a very peaceful, relatively quiet neighborhood that attracts families and young professionals alike.

Wherever you end up looking, we wish you happy hunting!

Neighborhoods
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Cayuga Creek Rd / Union Rd: Covered with shade trees, this beautiful neighborhood is easily affordable by most standards. Even though this is an urban neighborhood, it feels secluded and somewhat suburban in nature. Located on the southwestern side of Cheektowaga, it features a Peregrin's Landing Senior Community for those who are considering retirement. If that's not your pace yet, there are some beautiful single family homes, some with pools as well! The vacancy rate is at 5.9%, so while the supply is stretched thin, there are still vacancies out there. This neighborhood is very quiet, peaceful and walkable. The commute is relatively short also, which if you have driven in Buffalo, you know is rare! Whether you walk, drive, take the train or ride the bus, this area is easily accessible and practically pain free to navigate!

Bellevue: This neighborhood is considered to be a hamlet of Cheektowaga. It is nestled between Union Rd and the Depew border. A local favorite is the Belleview Hotel, a bar and restaurant that has been around since the early 19th century. Talk about charm and longevity! The average price for rent is moderate, not overly expensive at all. Predominantly made up of row houses and single family stand-alone homes, this area is mostly owner occupied. The commute is pretty easy from this neighborhood because of the variety of transportation modes available. Many drive their own vehicles, but a larger percentage tend to take the train, bus or just hoof it to work. This is a wonderful neighborhood for those just beginning their careers or just starting a family. It is affordable and close to everything you might need!

Cleveland Hill: Cleveland Hill is an area of town located on the north town line. This neighborhood is slightly more expensive than other areas of town. Many upper level executives, professional managers and professional service representatives choose to call this area home. Mostly older, well established homes built between 1940 and1969 are located here, adding some serious charm and grace to the neighborhood that lovingly tends and cares for these beautiful old abodes.

Forks: This neighborhood is also considered a hamlet of Cheektowaga and is located near Union Rd and Broadway. Well educated professionals tend to favor this area of town for its easy access and beautifully cared for homes. It is typical to see row houses, all charming, as well as high rise apartments and condominiums. It's quite a mix up of home styles, but when you have a growing population, sometimes the only place to go is up!

Doyle: A neighborhood near the western town line, and perfect for those looking for inexpensive rental prices with a great location! The vacancy rates are pretty low in this area and the average commute is laughable when compared to more congested cities in New York. Most experience a short 15-30 minute commute on average... not too shabby after a long day! This neighborhood is an eclectic mix of ages, ethnicities and professions. The young and old are out walking through the neighborhood as often as possible because it is so foot-path friendly for those who are careless.

William St / Vern Ln: This neighborhood is a fun, very urban area of town with single family homes, a few apartments and a smattering of row houses. It has a good mix of owners and renters with a low vacancy rate and excellent local restaurants within walking distance of most of the homes. Bob's Popular Pizza is one such establishment the locals flock to for pie's that will make you drool the moment you walk in the restaurant! This is a very peaceful, relatively quiet neighborhood that attracts families and young professionals alike.

Wherever you end up looking, we wish you happy hunting!