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239 Apartments for rent in Westmere, NY

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Heritage Village Apartments
101 Steuben Dr
Westmere, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,210
811 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,309
1113 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 09:41 PM
Sitituated on 45 beautifully landscaped acres in a peaceful wooded setting, Heritage Village provides the perfect location with all of the amenities you expect.
1 Unit Available
6254 JOHNSTON RD
6254 Johnston Road
Westmere, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,100
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Large one bedroom with extra large walk in closet. Private deck/balcony and private portion of fenced in yard. Washer and dryer included. Minutes to Crossgates/shopping centers and highway and bus line.
1 Unit Available
15 Harmony Hill
15 Harmony Hill Road
Westmere, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,160
625 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 08:37 AM
1 bedroom apartment to be available March 1st for subleasing at Harmony Hill Apartments in Albany, NY.
Results within 1 mile of Westmere
1 Unit Available
318 FULLER RD
318 Fuller Road
Albany County, NY | Campus Area
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
The charm of an old house with the conveniences of a complete renovation. Guilderland Schools. Brand new interior with two full baths, new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertop. Hardwood floors throughout with tile baths.
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9 Units Available
Park Guilderland Apartments
457 State Route 146
Altamont, NY
1 Bedroom
$860
680 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,115
963 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Thoughtfully designed apartments with fully equipped kitchens and walk-in closets. Home to an on-site shopping center that features a post office, deli, and dance studio. Off-street parking available. A short drive to downtown Albany.
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10 Units Available
The Mansions at Delmar Apartments
63 Mansion Blvd
Voorheesville, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,377
799 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,709
1148 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Recently updated units with custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and faux wood flooring. Located just off Delaware Avenue near Bethlehem Central High School and Elm Avenue Town Park.
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33 Units Available
Alexander at Patroon Creek
255 Patroon Creek Blvd
Albany, NY | Campus Area
1 Bedroom
$1,393
734 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,823
1124 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Prime location in the heart of Albany close to shopping and dining options. Spacious interiors with A/C, bathtubs, updated kitchens and additional renovations. Community features 24-hour gym, pool and media room.
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5 Units Available
Auden Albany
1385 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY | Campus Area
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,070
938 sqft
Last updated October 14 at 07:35 PM
Off-Campus housing located just one block away from SUNY Albany, Auden Albany provides students with newly renovated and fully furnished residences and access to a diverse range of modern amenities.
1 Unit Available
562 3rd Street - Apt 1
562 Third Street
Albany, NY | West Hill
4 Bedrooms
$1,350
1150 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 562 3rd Street - Apt 1 in Albany. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
815 Myrtle Avenue - 2
815 Myrtle Avenue
Albany, NY | Pine Hills
Studio
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3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
Large 3 bedroom with living room and dining room front porch near local super market and restaurants
1 Unit Available
198 Ontario Street
198 Ontario Street
Albany, NY | Pine Hills
4 Bedrooms
$2,000
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
J&J Investment Properties LLC specializes in providing affordable and modern off-campus housing to the students at UAlbany and the College of Saint Rose. We own 33 apartments that house over 100 students.
1 Unit Available
470 Hamilton Street
470 Hamilton Street
Albany, NY | Pine Hills
4 Bedrooms
$2,400
1450 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
J&J Investment Properties LLC specializes in providing affordable and modern off-campus housing to the students at UAlbany and the College of Saint Rose. We own 33 apartments that house over 100 students.
1 Unit Available
275 Ontario Street
275 Ontario Street
Albany, NY | Pine Hills
8 Bedrooms
$4,800
3200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
J&J Investment Properties LLC specializes in providing affordable and modern off-campus housing to the students at UAlbany and the College of Saint Rose. We own 33 apartments that house over 100 students.
1 Unit Available
433 Morris Street
433 Morris Street
Albany, NY | Pine Hills
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
1400 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
J&J Investment Properties LLC specializes in providing affordable and modern off-campus housing to the students at UAlbany and the College of Saint Rose. We own 33 apartments that house over 100 students.
1 Unit Available
483 Hamilton Street
483 Hamilton Street
Albany, NY | Pine Hills
4 Bedrooms
$2,440
1350 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
J&J Investment Properties LLC specializes in providing affordable and modern off-campus housing to the students at UAlbany and the College of Saint Rose. We own 33 apartments that house over 100 students.
1 Unit Available
1565 New Scotland Rd. #204
1565 New Scotland Road
Albany County, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
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1 Unit Available
212 DEERFIELD CT
212 Deerfield Court
Voorheesville, NY
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$2,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
A rare home rental in quaint village of Voorheesville. Raised Ranch with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Hardwood floors throughout. Freshly painted inside and out. Updated kitchen and baths. Nice yard with outdoor seating and firepit.
1 Unit Available
3 VLY RD
3 Vly Road
Colonie, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Picture perfect completely remodeled 1st floor unit. 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, eat in kitchen, washer & dryer and new bath!. No smoking, TBD pets if acceptable non refundable pet deposit.
1 Unit Available
12 GARDEN TERR
12 Garden Terrace
Colonie, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,450
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Gorgeous open floor plan, town home in the village of Colonie, 3 bed, 2 full bath, gas fireplace, SS appliances, large deck, vaulted ceilings, large unfinished basement with washer/dryer, garbage disposal, tilt-in easy wash windows and more! Lawn
1 Unit Available
685 3RD ST
685 Third Street
Albany, NY | West End
4 Bedrooms
$1,100
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Large and freshly painted 4 bedroom apartment in convenient and quiet Albany neighborhood. Plenty of rooms, closets and storage along with a nice screen-in back porch with a large private yard for your enjoyment.
1 Unit Available
5 SOUTH PINE AV
5 South Pine Avenue
Albany, NY | Pine Hills
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,050
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
This gorgeous one bedroom apartment is available in the lovely neighborhood of pine hills in Albany for only $1050/month(NO PETS) With a beautiful kitchen, plenty of space, a secure entrance, and a personal fire escape, this apartment is the perfect
1 Unit Available
498 ST DAVIDS LA
498 Saint David's Lane
Schenectady County, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
Last updated December 3 at 04:33 AM
Spacious brick ranch on large corner lot in super convenient location. HW flrs throughout. Some bedrooms are carpeted. Large kitchen and formal DR. Spacious living and family rooms with fire place's. Nice master suite with full bath.
1 Unit Available
2594 Western Ave, #1101
2594 Western Avenue
Albany County, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Located in the top-rated Guilderland School District, these brand new luxury apartments offer 1, 2, and 3 bedroom options.
1 Unit Available
9 Elsmere
9 Elsmere Avenue
Albany County, NY
2 Bedrooms
$950
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
9 Elsmere Available 12/15/20 Bright and Sunny 2br in Delmar AVAIL 12/15 - Available 12/15 or sooner 2 bedroom /1 bath $950 per month $950 security deposit Tenant pays heat and electric Owner pays hot water Washer/Dryer Hookup $30 extra per month Off
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How much is rent in Westmere?
Apartment Rentals in Westmere start at $1,100/month.
How much is rent in Westmere?
Apartment Rentals in Westmere start at $1,100/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Westmere?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Westmere 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 Westmere 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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How can I find off-campus housing in Westmere?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Westmere. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Hudson Valley Community College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The College of Saint Rose, SUNY Empire State College, and The Sage Colleges.
How can I find off-campus housing in Westmere?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Westmere. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Hudson Valley Community College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The College of Saint Rose, SUNY Empire State College, and The Sage Colleges.

City Guide

Westmere
Westmere, NY is located along the First Great Western Turnpike, a series of roads connecting the east and the west dating back to 1799!
Westmere, NY is located along the First Great Western Turnpike, a series of roads connecting the east and the west dating back to 1799!

Westmere, NY, is a hamlet in the town of Guilderland in Albany County, NY. It is home to 7,284 people and is a suburb of Albany, where many residents commute for work. Route 20 is the main road running through the city and is the place to head when looking for shops and restaurants. The town has a high livability score of 77, meaning that residents find it extremely livable and easy to get around. It has a very stable housing market and very low crime rates, both great reasons to look for a rental property here!

Moving to Westmere

If you're thinking about moving to Westmere, you'll be happy to know that the properties here are a good mix of both rentals and owner-occupied units. That makes it much easier to find an apartment rental in Westmere than areas that are solely owner-occupied buildings! However, there is some bad news: the vacancy rate here is pretty dismal. This means that the housing supply in Westmere is very tight compared to the demand for rental housing. On the flip side, it also means it must be a very desirable place to live if there is such a high demand for housing!

When to Look

The best thing to do in a situation like this is to start looking early. Allow yourself at least a few months to find a house. It helps if you're looking with other people, too, as they have a bigger supply of three-bedroom houses for rent here. If you're looking for high-rise apartments, you might want to look in one of the neighboring towns, or look within Albany, because there aren't many here. It also helps to look in the winter months. Even though they will be icy cold and snowy, you might have a better chance of finding an opening because fewer people will be looking. Basically, just be sure to allow yourself plenty of extra time to find an apartment here. You don't want to move out of your old apartment until you're certain you've secured housing. It might be worthwhile to rent a short-term apartment in Albany while you're waiting for something to open up in Westmere.

Old vs. New

Another thing to be aware of is that most of the housing in Westmere was built around the 1940s or before! That means that there are some big, old houses here that have an antique charm to them. But old houses can also come with old problems so make sure you aren't getting a lemon! Ask your landlord about any potential problems the house might have before you sign a lease.

Making Appointments

In order to get started on your hunt for apartments in Westmere, think about what you absolutely need from an apartment and what you could possibly sacrifice. If you have your heart set on living alone, it might be harder to find a place here than if you had a couple of roommates. Likewise, if you're insistent on looking for places in a quiet subdivision, your search might take months longer than if you're more flexible about options. Think about what is absolutely essential for your next home and what you could maybe wiggle a little on. Once you've settled on what you're looking for, reach out to some realtors and get a feel for what is available in the area. Realtors can usually give you the lowdown on what the housing market is like at the time of year you're looking and will give you a good sense of what challenges you're facing. If you can locate some available apartments, don't waste any time!

What to Bring

Set up a meeting right away to view your future apartment and bring along all of your rental documents so you can get the application process started right away! You're going to need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, bank statements, pay stubs, credit report, letter of employment and possibly contact info for your current landlord to prove that you were a good renter. Bring your checkbook along, too, so you can write out a deposit check if you need to!

Moving to Westmere
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If you're thinking about moving to Westmere, you'll be happy to know that the properties here are a good mix of both rentals and owner-occupied units. That makes it much easier to find an apartment rental in Westmere than areas that are solely owner-occupied buildings! However, there is some bad news: the vacancy rate here is pretty dismal. This means that the housing supply in Westmere is very tight compared to the demand for rental housing. On the flip side, it also means it must be a very desirable place to live if there is such a high demand for housing!

When to Look

The best thing to do in a situation like this is to start looking early. Allow yourself at least a few months to find a house. It helps if you're looking with other people, too, as they have a bigger supply of three-bedroom houses for rent here. If you're looking for high-rise apartments, you might want to look in one of the neighboring towns, or look within Albany, because there aren't many here. It also helps to look in the winter months. Even though they will be icy cold and snowy, you might have a better chance of finding an opening because fewer people will be looking. Basically, just be sure to allow yourself plenty of extra time to find an apartment here. You don't want to move out of your old apartment until you're certain you've secured housing. It might be worthwhile to rent a short-term apartment in Albany while you're waiting for something to open up in Westmere.

Old vs. New

Another thing to be aware of is that most of the housing in Westmere was built around the 1940s or before! That means that there are some big, old houses here that have an antique charm to them. But old houses can also come with old problems so make sure you aren't getting a lemon! Ask your landlord about any potential problems the house might have before you sign a lease.

Making Appointments

In order to get started on your hunt for apartments in Westmere, think about what you absolutely need from an apartment and what you could possibly sacrifice. If you have your heart set on living alone, it might be harder to find a place here than if you had a couple of roommates. Likewise, if you're insistent on looking for places in a quiet subdivision, your search might take months longer than if you're more flexible about options. Think about what is absolutely essential for your next home and what you could maybe wiggle a little on. Once you've settled on what you're looking for, reach out to some realtors and get a feel for what is available in the area. Realtors can usually give you the lowdown on what the housing market is like at the time of year you're looking and will give you a good sense of what challenges you're facing. If you can locate some available apartments, don't waste any time!

What to Bring

Set up a meeting right away to view your future apartment and bring along all of your rental documents so you can get the application process started right away! You're going to need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, bank statements, pay stubs, credit report, letter of employment and possibly contact info for your current landlord to prove that you were a good renter. Bring your checkbook along, too, so you can write out a deposit check if you need to!

Neighborhoods in Westmere

Westmere is a tiny village that only covers about three miles on the map. There aren't any actual neighborhoods, but here's a little info about what you can expect to find in the different parts of town.

East Westmere: This side of town is close to Crossgates Mall, the biggest mall in this part of New York! Western Avenue crosses right through it, where you'll find a lot of great restaurants, like Athos and Sushi Tei.

West Westmere: The westside of town is primarily residential and borders State Farm Road, a main thoroughfare. It's close to Nott Road Town Park and has a lot of older, stately homes.

Neighborhoods in Westmere
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Westmere is a tiny village that only covers about three miles on the map. There aren't any actual neighborhoods, but here's a little info about what you can expect to find in the different parts of town.

East Westmere: This side of town is close to Crossgates Mall, the biggest mall in this part of New York! Western Avenue crosses right through it, where you'll find a lot of great restaurants, like Athos and Sushi Tei.

West Westmere: The westside of town is primarily residential and borders State Farm Road, a main thoroughfare. It's close to Nott Road Town Park and has a lot of older, stately homes.

Living in Westmere

Life in Westmere leaves little to be desired. You'll find a bunch of strip malls, shopping plazas and commercial buildings along Western Avenue, and residential areas on the smaller side streets running north and south. This is the main thoroughfare of town, containing heaps of great restaurants, as well, such as MezzaNotte and the Cafe Calabria. Crossgates Mall is the area's biggest shopping mall and is located in the northeastern corner of the town. A Regal Cinemas is over here, too. It's right off of I-87, which can swoop you into Albany in no time at all, and it also borders The Dunes, a lovely outdoor area with lots of hiking, biking and jogging trails! Because the town was settled in the early 1800s, many of the homes are old, beautiful historic buildings that give the town a lot of character. You'll find many pretty, tree-lined streets north and south of Western Avenue, and the town offers the perfect solution for anyone who wants to have the conveniences of a big city with the little charms and benefits of living in a quaint village.

Living in Westmere
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Life in Westmere leaves little to be desired. You'll find a bunch of strip malls, shopping plazas and commercial buildings along Western Avenue, and residential areas on the smaller side streets running north and south. This is the main thoroughfare of town, containing heaps of great restaurants, as well, such as MezzaNotte and the Cafe Calabria. Crossgates Mall is the area's biggest shopping mall and is located in the northeastern corner of the town. A Regal Cinemas is over here, too. It's right off of I-87, which can swoop you into Albany in no time at all, and it also borders The Dunes, a lovely outdoor area with lots of hiking, biking and jogging trails! Because the town was settled in the early 1800s, many of the homes are old, beautiful historic buildings that give the town a lot of character. You'll find many pretty, tree-lined streets north and south of Western Avenue, and the town offers the perfect solution for anyone who wants to have the conveniences of a big city with the little charms and benefits of living in a quaint village.

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City Guide

Westmere
Westmere, NY is located along the First Great Western Turnpike, a series of roads connecting the east and the west dating back to 1799!
Westmere, NY is located along the First Great Western Turnpike, a series of roads connecting the east and the west dating back to 1799!

Westmere, NY, is a hamlet in the town of Guilderland in Albany County, NY. It is home to 7,284 people and is a suburb of Albany, where many residents commute for work. Route 20 is the main road running through the city and is the place to head when looking for shops and restaurants. The town has a high livability score of 77, meaning that residents find it extremely livable and easy to get around. It has a very stable housing market and very low crime rates, both great reasons to look for a rental property here!

Moving to Westmere

If you're thinking about moving to Westmere, you'll be happy to know that the properties here are a good mix of both rentals and owner-occupied units. That makes it much easier to find an apartment rental in Westmere than areas that are solely owner-occupied buildings! However, there is some bad news: the vacancy rate here is pretty dismal. This means that the housing supply in Westmere is very tight compared to the demand for rental housing. On the flip side, it also means it must be a very desirable place to live if there is such a high demand for housing!

When to Look

The best thing to do in a situation like this is to start looking early. Allow yourself at least a few months to find a house. It helps if you're looking with other people, too, as they have a bigger supply of three-bedroom houses for rent here. If you're looking for high-rise apartments, you might want to look in one of the neighboring towns, or look within Albany, because there aren't many here. It also helps to look in the winter months. Even though they will be icy cold and snowy, you might have a better chance of finding an opening because fewer people will be looking. Basically, just be sure to allow yourself plenty of extra time to find an apartment here. You don't want to move out of your old apartment until you're certain you've secured housing. It might be worthwhile to rent a short-term apartment in Albany while you're waiting for something to open up in Westmere.

Old vs. New

Another thing to be aware of is that most of the housing in Westmere was built around the 1940s or before! That means that there are some big, old houses here that have an antique charm to them. But old houses can also come with old problems so make sure you aren't getting a lemon! Ask your landlord about any potential problems the house might have before you sign a lease.

Making Appointments

In order to get started on your hunt for apartments in Westmere, think about what you absolutely need from an apartment and what you could possibly sacrifice. If you have your heart set on living alone, it might be harder to find a place here than if you had a couple of roommates. Likewise, if you're insistent on looking for places in a quiet subdivision, your search might take months longer than if you're more flexible about options. Think about what is absolutely essential for your next home and what you could maybe wiggle a little on. Once you've settled on what you're looking for, reach out to some realtors and get a feel for what is available in the area. Realtors can usually give you the lowdown on what the housing market is like at the time of year you're looking and will give you a good sense of what challenges you're facing. If you can locate some available apartments, don't waste any time!

What to Bring

Set up a meeting right away to view your future apartment and bring along all of your rental documents so you can get the application process started right away! You're going to need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, bank statements, pay stubs, credit report, letter of employment and possibly contact info for your current landlord to prove that you were a good renter. Bring your checkbook along, too, so you can write out a deposit check if you need to!

Moving to Westmere
+

If you're thinking about moving to Westmere, you'll be happy to know that the properties here are a good mix of both rentals and owner-occupied units. That makes it much easier to find an apartment rental in Westmere than areas that are solely owner-occupied buildings! However, there is some bad news: the vacancy rate here is pretty dismal. This means that the housing supply in Westmere is very tight compared to the demand for rental housing. On the flip side, it also means it must be a very desirable place to live if there is such a high demand for housing!

When to Look

The best thing to do in a situation like this is to start looking early. Allow yourself at least a few months to find a house. It helps if you're looking with other people, too, as they have a bigger supply of three-bedroom houses for rent here. If you're looking for high-rise apartments, you might want to look in one of the neighboring towns, or look within Albany, because there aren't many here. It also helps to look in the winter months. Even though they will be icy cold and snowy, you might have a better chance of finding an opening because fewer people will be looking. Basically, just be sure to allow yourself plenty of extra time to find an apartment here. You don't want to move out of your old apartment until you're certain you've secured housing. It might be worthwhile to rent a short-term apartment in Albany while you're waiting for something to open up in Westmere.

Old vs. New

Another thing to be aware of is that most of the housing in Westmere was built around the 1940s or before! That means that there are some big, old houses here that have an antique charm to them. But old houses can also come with old problems so make sure you aren't getting a lemon! Ask your landlord about any potential problems the house might have before you sign a lease.

Making Appointments

In order to get started on your hunt for apartments in Westmere, think about what you absolutely need from an apartment and what you could possibly sacrifice. If you have your heart set on living alone, it might be harder to find a place here than if you had a couple of roommates. Likewise, if you're insistent on looking for places in a quiet subdivision, your search might take months longer than if you're more flexible about options. Think about what is absolutely essential for your next home and what you could maybe wiggle a little on. Once you've settled on what you're looking for, reach out to some realtors and get a feel for what is available in the area. Realtors can usually give you the lowdown on what the housing market is like at the time of year you're looking and will give you a good sense of what challenges you're facing. If you can locate some available apartments, don't waste any time!

What to Bring

Set up a meeting right away to view your future apartment and bring along all of your rental documents so you can get the application process started right away! You're going to need a copy of your ID or birth certificate, bank statements, pay stubs, credit report, letter of employment and possibly contact info for your current landlord to prove that you were a good renter. Bring your checkbook along, too, so you can write out a deposit check if you need to!

Neighborhoods in Westmere

Westmere is a tiny village that only covers about three miles on the map. There aren't any actual neighborhoods, but here's a little info about what you can expect to find in the different parts of town.

East Westmere: This side of town is close to Crossgates Mall, the biggest mall in this part of New York! Western Avenue crosses right through it, where you'll find a lot of great restaurants, like Athos and Sushi Tei.

West Westmere: The westside of town is primarily residential and borders State Farm Road, a main thoroughfare. It's close to Nott Road Town Park and has a lot of older, stately homes.

Neighborhoods in Westmere
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Westmere is a tiny village that only covers about three miles on the map. There aren't any actual neighborhoods, but here's a little info about what you can expect to find in the different parts of town.

East Westmere: This side of town is close to Crossgates Mall, the biggest mall in this part of New York! Western Avenue crosses right through it, where you'll find a lot of great restaurants, like Athos and Sushi Tei.

West Westmere: The westside of town is primarily residential and borders State Farm Road, a main thoroughfare. It's close to Nott Road Town Park and has a lot of older, stately homes.

Living in Westmere

Life in Westmere leaves little to be desired. You'll find a bunch of strip malls, shopping plazas and commercial buildings along Western Avenue, and residential areas on the smaller side streets running north and south. This is the main thoroughfare of town, containing heaps of great restaurants, as well, such as MezzaNotte and the Cafe Calabria. Crossgates Mall is the area's biggest shopping mall and is located in the northeastern corner of the town. A Regal Cinemas is over here, too. It's right off of I-87, which can swoop you into Albany in no time at all, and it also borders The Dunes, a lovely outdoor area with lots of hiking, biking and jogging trails! Because the town was settled in the early 1800s, many of the homes are old, beautiful historic buildings that give the town a lot of character. You'll find many pretty, tree-lined streets north and south of Western Avenue, and the town offers the perfect solution for anyone who wants to have the conveniences of a big city with the little charms and benefits of living in a quaint village.

Living in Westmere
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Life in Westmere leaves little to be desired. You'll find a bunch of strip malls, shopping plazas and commercial buildings along Western Avenue, and residential areas on the smaller side streets running north and south. This is the main thoroughfare of town, containing heaps of great restaurants, as well, such as MezzaNotte and the Cafe Calabria. Crossgates Mall is the area's biggest shopping mall and is located in the northeastern corner of the town. A Regal Cinemas is over here, too. It's right off of I-87, which can swoop you into Albany in no time at all, and it also borders The Dunes, a lovely outdoor area with lots of hiking, biking and jogging trails! Because the town was settled in the early 1800s, many of the homes are old, beautiful historic buildings that give the town a lot of character. You'll find many pretty, tree-lined streets north and south of Western Avenue, and the town offers the perfect solution for anyone who wants to have the conveniences of a big city with the little charms and benefits of living in a quaint village.