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2 Apartments for rent in Alliance, OH

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103 East State St
103 East State Street
Alliance, OH
Studio
$1,836
2448 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 07:33 AM
Fantastic business location! Just past the intersection of State St and Union Ave, at State St and Cherry Ave. Classically handsome, brick, stand alone building with corner exposure.
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Redwood Louisville
713 Mosby Ln
Louisville, OH | Brooksedge
2 Bedrooms
$1,025
1304 sqft
Last updated October 23 at 06:04 PM
Newer residential community just off Atlantic Boulevard and within minutes of Downtown Canton. Two-bedroom smoke-free units with walk-in closets, bonus den spaces, and full-sized washer and dryer connections.
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How much is rent in Alliance?
Apartment Rentals in Alliance start at $1,800/month.
How much is rent in Alliance?
Apartment Rentals in Alliance start at $1,800/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Alliance?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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While some Alliance 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 Alliance 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 Alliance. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Kent State University at Kent, University of Akron Main Campus, and Malone University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Alliance?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Alliance. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Kent State University at Kent, University of Akron Main Campus, and Malone University.

City Guide

Alliance
Situated 16 miles northeast of Canton on the banks of the Mahoning River sits the quiet little city of Alliance. A popular living locale for families, retirees, and University of Mount Union students alike, “Carnation City” serves up some of the Buckeye State’s most quaint and affordable apartments for rent. Looking to reel in the Alliance, Ohio apartment of your dreams? Then start perusing the listings in this wicked (people still say wicked, right?) little apartment guide we’ve pieced toget...
Situated 16 miles northeast of Canton on the banks of the Mahoning River sits the quiet little city of Alliance. A popular living locale for families, retirees, and University of Mount Union students alike, “Carnation City” serves up some of the Buckeye State’s most quaint and affordable apartments for rent. Looking to reel in the Alliance, Ohio apartment of your dreams? Then start perusing the listings in this wicked (people still say wicked, right?) little apartment guide we’ve pieced toget...
Life in Alliance

Apartments in Alliance, fortunately, are generally on the cheap side, even by the Midwest’s low-cost standards. $500-$600 is all it takes to score a quality one-two bedroom unit that comes with a swimming pool, on-site laundry facility, balcony, covered parking, and furnished interior. If you have close to $700 to spare, you’ll be able to live the good life in a luxury rental equipped with walk-in closets, fireplace, and more than 1000-square feet of living space. Pet policies differ, meanwhile, from complex to complex, so be sure to do a bit of preliminary research about a rental if you’re roomie walks on all fours. Fortunately, at least a few landlords in Alliance couldn’t care less if their tenants share living space with a cat, dog, fish, antelope, or pack of lemmings. Just be prepared to pay an extra $25-$50 in rent each month if you’re a pet owner or a short-term, month-to-month tenant.

Alliance is, for lack of a better term, an “older” city, so you won’t find a whole lot of modern flash and dazzle in its various neighborhoods. Still, its recently developed west side is home to quite a few modern, family-friendly neighborhoods and rentals. Many of the more seasoned residences, meanwhile, are situated in and around the historic city center. Fortunately, there’s no such thing as an East St. Louis-like danger zone in Alliance, but we still recommend spending plenty of time in the city, getting a feel for its vibes and its residents, before signing a lease.

As far as fun and games go, Alliance is home to more than 200 acres of open space shared by 24 city parks, an eclectic, site-seer-friendly historic district near the Mount Union College campus, and a wide range of eateries, bars, and shopping hotspots. Factor in one of the Midwest’s lowest cost of living rates and some of the sweetest apartment deals you’ll find anywhere, and it’s safe to say you’ll soon be loving life in “Carnation City.”

So what are you waiting for, Buckeyes and buckaroos? Start clicking away, and happy hunting!

Life in Alliance
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Apartments in Alliance, fortunately, are generally on the cheap side, even by the Midwest’s low-cost standards. $500-$600 is all it takes to score a quality one-two bedroom unit that comes with a swimming pool, on-site laundry facility, balcony, covered parking, and furnished interior. If you have close to $700 to spare, you’ll be able to live the good life in a luxury rental equipped with walk-in closets, fireplace, and more than 1000-square feet of living space. Pet policies differ, meanwhile, from complex to complex, so be sure to do a bit of preliminary research about a rental if you’re roomie walks on all fours. Fortunately, at least a few landlords in Alliance couldn’t care less if their tenants share living space with a cat, dog, fish, antelope, or pack of lemmings. Just be prepared to pay an extra $25-$50 in rent each month if you’re a pet owner or a short-term, month-to-month tenant.

Alliance is, for lack of a better term, an “older” city, so you won’t find a whole lot of modern flash and dazzle in its various neighborhoods. Still, its recently developed west side is home to quite a few modern, family-friendly neighborhoods and rentals. Many of the more seasoned residences, meanwhile, are situated in and around the historic city center. Fortunately, there’s no such thing as an East St. Louis-like danger zone in Alliance, but we still recommend spending plenty of time in the city, getting a feel for its vibes and its residents, before signing a lease.

As far as fun and games go, Alliance is home to more than 200 acres of open space shared by 24 city parks, an eclectic, site-seer-friendly historic district near the Mount Union College campus, and a wide range of eateries, bars, and shopping hotspots. Factor in one of the Midwest’s lowest cost of living rates and some of the sweetest apartment deals you’ll find anywhere, and it’s safe to say you’ll soon be loving life in “Carnation City.”

So what are you waiting for, Buckeyes and buckaroos? Start clicking away, and happy hunting!

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City Guide

Alliance
Situated 16 miles northeast of Canton on the banks of the Mahoning River sits the quiet little city of Alliance. A popular living locale for families, retirees, and University of Mount Union students alike, “Carnation City” serves up some of the Buckeye State’s most quaint and affordable apartments for rent. Looking to reel in the Alliance, Ohio apartment of your dreams? Then start perusing the listings in this wicked (people still say wicked, right?) little apartment guide we’ve pieced toget...
Situated 16 miles northeast of Canton on the banks of the Mahoning River sits the quiet little city of Alliance. A popular living locale for families, retirees, and University of Mount Union students alike, “Carnation City” serves up some of the Buckeye State’s most quaint and affordable apartments for rent. Looking to reel in the Alliance, Ohio apartment of your dreams? Then start perusing the listings in this wicked (people still say wicked, right?) little apartment guide we’ve pieced toget...
Life in Alliance

Apartments in Alliance, fortunately, are generally on the cheap side, even by the Midwest’s low-cost standards. $500-$600 is all it takes to score a quality one-two bedroom unit that comes with a swimming pool, on-site laundry facility, balcony, covered parking, and furnished interior. If you have close to $700 to spare, you’ll be able to live the good life in a luxury rental equipped with walk-in closets, fireplace, and more than 1000-square feet of living space. Pet policies differ, meanwhile, from complex to complex, so be sure to do a bit of preliminary research about a rental if you’re roomie walks on all fours. Fortunately, at least a few landlords in Alliance couldn’t care less if their tenants share living space with a cat, dog, fish, antelope, or pack of lemmings. Just be prepared to pay an extra $25-$50 in rent each month if you’re a pet owner or a short-term, month-to-month tenant.

Alliance is, for lack of a better term, an “older” city, so you won’t find a whole lot of modern flash and dazzle in its various neighborhoods. Still, its recently developed west side is home to quite a few modern, family-friendly neighborhoods and rentals. Many of the more seasoned residences, meanwhile, are situated in and around the historic city center. Fortunately, there’s no such thing as an East St. Louis-like danger zone in Alliance, but we still recommend spending plenty of time in the city, getting a feel for its vibes and its residents, before signing a lease.

As far as fun and games go, Alliance is home to more than 200 acres of open space shared by 24 city parks, an eclectic, site-seer-friendly historic district near the Mount Union College campus, and a wide range of eateries, bars, and shopping hotspots. Factor in one of the Midwest’s lowest cost of living rates and some of the sweetest apartment deals you’ll find anywhere, and it’s safe to say you’ll soon be loving life in “Carnation City.”

So what are you waiting for, Buckeyes and buckaroos? Start clicking away, and happy hunting!

Life in Alliance
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Apartments in Alliance, fortunately, are generally on the cheap side, even by the Midwest’s low-cost standards. $500-$600 is all it takes to score a quality one-two bedroom unit that comes with a swimming pool, on-site laundry facility, balcony, covered parking, and furnished interior. If you have close to $700 to spare, you’ll be able to live the good life in a luxury rental equipped with walk-in closets, fireplace, and more than 1000-square feet of living space. Pet policies differ, meanwhile, from complex to complex, so be sure to do a bit of preliminary research about a rental if you’re roomie walks on all fours. Fortunately, at least a few landlords in Alliance couldn’t care less if their tenants share living space with a cat, dog, fish, antelope, or pack of lemmings. Just be prepared to pay an extra $25-$50 in rent each month if you’re a pet owner or a short-term, month-to-month tenant.

Alliance is, for lack of a better term, an “older” city, so you won’t find a whole lot of modern flash and dazzle in its various neighborhoods. Still, its recently developed west side is home to quite a few modern, family-friendly neighborhoods and rentals. Many of the more seasoned residences, meanwhile, are situated in and around the historic city center. Fortunately, there’s no such thing as an East St. Louis-like danger zone in Alliance, but we still recommend spending plenty of time in the city, getting a feel for its vibes and its residents, before signing a lease.

As far as fun and games go, Alliance is home to more than 200 acres of open space shared by 24 city parks, an eclectic, site-seer-friendly historic district near the Mount Union College campus, and a wide range of eateries, bars, and shopping hotspots. Factor in one of the Midwest’s lowest cost of living rates and some of the sweetest apartment deals you’ll find anywhere, and it’s safe to say you’ll soon be loving life in “Carnation City.”

So what are you waiting for, Buckeyes and buckaroos? Start clicking away, and happy hunting!