56 Apartments for rent in North Olmsted, OH

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40 Grandview Dr
Rocky River
Rocky River, OH
Updated August 15 at 5:51AM
2 Bedrooms
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21475 Lorain Rd
Fairview Park
Fairview Park, OH
Updated August 15 at 5:43AM
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89 West St
Berea, OH
Updated August 15 at 6:05AM
4 Bedrooms
14111 Rainbow Ave
Cleveland, OH
Updated August 18 at 1:39AM
2 Bedrooms
1517 Fitzroy St
Westlake, OH
Updated August 16 at 3:39AM
8 Bedrooms
5577 Fitch Rd
Butternut Ridge
North Olmsted, OH
Updated August 18 at 10:56AM
3 Bedrooms
33866 Gail Drive
North Ridgeville
North Ridgeville, OH
Updated August 5 at 10:13AM
3 Bedrooms
3072 Macintosh Dr
Laurel Woods
Westlake, OH
Updated August 15 at 5:51AM
2 Bedrooms
22350 Westwood Rd
Rocky River
Fairview Park, OH
Updated August 15 at 5:43AM
3 Bedrooms
N Bay Dr
Laurel Woods
Westlake, OH
Updated August 17 at 10:40AM
2 Bedrooms
Center Ridge Rd
Laurel Woods
Westlake, OH
Updated August 20 at 7:37AM
2 Bedrooms
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City Guide
North Olmsted
Moving to North Olmsted

In addition to a low ratio of renters, theres a fairly low vacancy rate in these parts: only about 4 percent. So, plan accordingly -- get on the Internet lickety-split and start searching a solid month in advance for a place. Rental properties span all sorts of structures, from studio apartments to townhomes to the much sought-after single family home, but availability will range wildly for each, especially depending on the area you move to.

Furthermore, unemployment is certainly dropping, but it still exists. If you don't already have a solid situation, get one. Having several options before you arrive can help make a much smoother transition to Ohio living. Do you like faucets? Or at least the paycheck you'd get for working with them? Moen is one of the leading companies that is headquartered here; maybe you can try it?

Also, there are plenty of malls, shopping centers, Applebees, and the like, but modern is the way things are done around here, so don't expect to visit loads of landmarks and historical structures on your days off.

Good news, buddy! The low cost of living and housing means if you're coming from somewhere with elevated prices, like anywhere on the West Coast, buying things is going to feel like such a treat! Stock up on sweaters and sunscreen and have plenty leftover for the Ohio high fashion scene!


North Olmsted doesn't mess around when it comes to neighborhoods; they are big on individuality! There are ten neighborhoods within the city, more or less. Some of them are little more than planned communities or subdivisions, but there are a few you should be familiar with before arriving so you know your tush from your elbow.

Butternut Ridge: Sitting on the edge of Bradley Woods Reservation and Barton-Bradley Recreational Field, Butternut Ridge is an active place with plenty of sporting possibilities. This spot has reasonable rates, but there aren't a lot of apartments here.

Canterbury Woods: This area is mostly residential, but its super close to the downtown area. It's also close to golf courses and St. John Medical Center.

Great Northern: This is the downtown area, of sorts. It includes all the malls, Olive Gardens, and Wal-Marts you can handle, plus it has a good selection of apartment buildings to check out.

North Park Estates: A fairly small residential neighborhood, but a nice one! Pretty and spacious, its also close to the medical center and golf course.

Living in North Olmsted

Ohio weather isn't anything most people reference as close to ideal, but there are some silver linings on the cloud-covered horizon. True, the sun shines less often than it does in many parts of the nation, but four full seasons are pretty neat, right? Snowy winters mean snowball fights and sledding; hot, humid summers mean Slip n Slides and trips to the lake. Spring and fall are quite lovely, in that they feel like a merciful break from the other seasons.

North Olmsted, admittedly, isn't for everyone. The big draws are more sports bars and restaurants than dance clubs and concert venues. People in a neighborhood might even know each others names. It is pretty sweet, for whoever wants a place that has lots of parks and recreational centers.

No need to get down at all about living in North Olmsted; the place is pretty great. People love to hit the local bars and restaurants as much as they like the safe chains. It's close to popular attractions like lakes and shopping malls.