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300 apartments for rent near Peekskill, NY

1008 Main St
Peekskill
Studio
$3,000
201 Chateau Rive
Peekskill
1 Bed
$1,425
1134 Main St
Peekskill
1 Bed
$1,950
224 Northview Ct
Peekskill
2 Bed
$2,300
1840 Crompond Road
Peekskill
1 Bed
$1,200
200 School House Road
Peekskill
2 Bed
$3,000
1879 Crompond Road
Peekskill
1 Bed
$1,400
Results within 5 miles of Peekskill, NY
16 Hillcrest Avenue
4 Bed
$3,650
118 Firefighters Memorial Drive
Fort Montgomery
1 Bed
$1,050
143 Broadway
Haverstraw
3 Bed
$1,700
1210 Albany Post Road
Croton-on-Hudson
5 Bed
$6,500
87 Mystic Drive
Ossining
2 Bed
$3,500
2130 Hunterbrook Road
3 Bed
$4,000
27 Harrison Street
Croton-on-Hudson
4 Bed
$3,825
439 E Main St
Jefferson Valley-Yorktown
3 Bed
$1,850
Avalon Ossining
217 N Highland Ave
1 Bed
$2,125
2 Bed
$2,455
3 Bed
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1 Carla Lane
Woodbury
2 Bed
$2,600
Results within 10 miles of Peekskill, NY
130 mahopac Avenue
2 Bed
$1,475
2081 Albany Post Road
Montrose
2 Bed
$2,195
47 Cedar Pond
Crompond
2 Bed
$1,800
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City Guide
Peekskill
Finding an Apartment in Peekskill

Peekskill's population is divided almost equally between homeowners and renters, with vacancy rates at just 3.9 percent. The competition can be fierce for rentals, so don't delay in starting your search. Many commuters enjoy a laid back quality of life here for significantly less than the Big Apple's city dwellers. Apartments for rent in Peekskill are shockingly affordable, making living here a much more wallet-friendly choice than in nearby Manhattan or its closer suburbs.

When to Rent

Because of the negligible vacancy rates, you'll want to give yourself a jump on the competition when house hunting. Keep in mind that many people move in the summer months, so there may be more apartments available during that time. One the flip side, you may also be up against a greater number of people competing for the same few city apartments, so it pays to be prepared.

What You Need

Peekskill may be more big town than major city, but you'll still have to dot your i's and cross your t's. Have all documents ready - including your completed rental application, references and proof of employment. And don't forget your checkbook so you can put down an immediate deposit when you find the perfect place.

Getting Around Peekskill

With Manhattan is just 40 miles - and an hour's train ride away via Metro-North Railroad - commuters abound here. The Bee-Line Bus is also a convenient public transportation option.

Where to Live in Peekskill

Peekskill residents will tell you that there are no "bad neighborhoods," but they'll also warn you that there are some "not so great" ones. While neighborhoods aren't so clearly defined here, popular Peekskill apartment complexes include:

The Hudson View Apartments: Feature one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with scenic views of the Hudson, and convenient proximity to Metro North, the Beeline Bus and the popular Cortland Mall.

Patricia Gardens: Tucked conveniently adjacent to the delightful Blue Mountain Park Reservation, this area offers diverse floor plans for city apartments, while beckoning residents toward cycling and hiking trails and picnics beside the lake.

Hampton Oaks: A peaceful community of just under 200 garden-style rental apartments, with convenient amenities, a top location and tranquil patios and balconies.

Life in Peekskill

Peekskill earned the title of "Best Place to Live for Art Lovers," in the 2012 issue of Westchester Magazine. While the town experienced a decline in the 1990's, city planners turned things around with a strategic plan designed to welcome artists and art lovers to cultivate a vibrant downtown location. The buzz-worthy plan worked, and artists and their supporters flocked to the area.

Today, organizations like the Peekskill Art Lofts, the Paramount Center for the Arts, the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art help keep culture and arts at the forefront. The Peekskill Coffee House, which showcases local visual and performing artists, adds to the town's indie appeal. Architecture enthusiasts, meanwhile, will enjoy the city's renovated historic districts featuring Peekskill's trademark Victorian homes.

Most recently, high-tech businesses have added to the growing appeal of this town. But Peekskill is anything but all work and no play: outdoor enthusiasts enjoy hiking, swimming and tennis courts at 11 popular city parks.

And while those looking for Edna's Edibles from the "Facts of Life" show may be sorely disappointed because it doesn't actually exist, you will still enjoy dining of one of several popular Peekskill restaurants.

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