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56 apartments for rent near Eugene, OR

The Tennyson at Crescent Village
2850 Shadowview Drive
1 Bed
$1,335
2 Bed
$1,465
3 Bed
$1,980
River Terrace
1150 Darlene Ln
1 Bed
$1,065
2 Bed
$1,105
Crescent Village
2745 Shadow View Dr
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1 Bed
$1,335
2 Bed
$1,520
Crescent Park
2940 Crescent Ave
1 Bed
$1,070
2 Bed
$1,135
The Bailey at Amazon Creek Apartments
3655 W 13th Ave
1 Bed
$1,055
2 Bed
$1,370
3 Bed
$1,515
2342 W 29th Avenue
Far West
6 Bed
$3,300
890 Brookside
Crest Drive
3 Bed
$1,575
2752 Tandy Turn
Harlow
3 Bed
$1,895
1376 W 6th Ave Apt F
Jefferson Westside
1 Bed
$995
1313 Lincoln #807
Downtown
2 Bed
$925
3812 Peppertree
Churchill
3 Bed
$1,395
2497 Mission Ave
Fairmont
4 Bed
$1,695
532 N Danebo Ave
Bethel
3 Bed
$1,495
862 W 23rd
Friendly
2 Bed
$1,095
1798 Carmel Avenue
Cal Young
2 Bed
$1,245
533 Autumn Ave
Santa Clara
3 Bed
$1,150
4390 Berry Lane
Santa Clara
3 Bed
$1,595
60 River Loop 1
Santa Clara
3 Bed
$1,210
2200 Dakota St
Bethel
3 Bed
$1,250
1415 E. 38th Ave
Amazon
3 Bed
$1,395
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City Guide
Eugene
What Do I need To Know About Eugene?

Eugene, Oregon is a city that prides itself on its interaction with the natural environment that surrounds it. Rather than forcing itself on the environment, Eugene has gained a reputation for working with the natural environment, hence the nickname of the “Emerald City”.

Outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking and running actually dictate a substantial part of the social scene and have defined Eugene’s population for years. We've got apartments in Eugene, and that's what we're both here for. So let's get started.

Neighborhoods

For a city with a total population just over 156,000 that’s been described as a city that “gets rural pretty fast”, it’s only natural that the city is divided into several different areas. Thanks (Or not, depending on your outlook) to its smaller size, it can be difficult to tell when leaving one neighborhood and arriving in another. In total, Eugene is a city broken down and comprised of 21 different neighborhoods.

Take a deep breath and get ready, here’s the list: Amazon, Bethel, Cal Young, Churchill, Crest Drive, Downtown, Fairmont, Far West, Friendly, Harlow, Industrial Corridor, Jefferson Westside, Laurel Hill Valley, River Road, Santa Clara, Southeast, Trainsong, West Eugene, West University and (Deep breath) Whiteaker. We won’t be covering every place in detail here, just a few to whet that appetite of yours.

What Are You Willing To Spend?

Even though there are so many different defined “neighborhoods”, it can be hard to physically tell the difference between leaving one and arriving in another. You’ll notice the changes mostly by the way apartments are priced in different parts of the city.

At the downtown area of Eugene, a one bedroom apartment in downtown will run you $735.00 a month on the low end to $825.00 a month on the high end.

In the Cal Young neighborhood, an area directly north of downtown, a one bedroom apartment starts at $735.00 per month and tops out at around $760.00.

Crest Drive is located in the southwestern part of the city and is one of the areas we recommend looking into. It’s cheaper than other neighborhoods, with a one bedroom apartment leasing at anywhere from $590.00 to $650.00 per month.

The West University Neighborhood, an average price for a one bedroom apartment being in the $528.00 to $600.00 price range for rent.

Bethel, Eugene’s largest neighborhood, is located on the far west side of the city. Because it’s larger, there’s also a larger variety of one bedroom apartment pricing, ranging from $650.00 to $760.00.

How Do I Get Around?

Residents of Eugene have one of the shortest commutes in the country, spending just over 16 minutes. The Lane Transit District (LTD) handles public transportation in Eugene, which is primarily by bus, and even has its own bus lanes to avoid slowdowns during peak hours, something most cities can’t brag about. Since it’s a community that takes pride in “green” living and generally appreciates the natural environment that surrounds the city, it’s no surprise that bike culture is also very popular. Last year, Bicycling magazine named Eugene the fifth most bicycle friendly city in the US. The League of American Bicyclists named Eugene as one of the top 10 bicycling cities in America in 2009. Really, we weren’t joking about that. So grease your bike chain and check your air pressure, just not simultaneously! Again, we’re not joking about that, doing such a thing is very impractical.

Eugene, Oregon is an interesting city considering all it has to offer. The big city aspects we’ve come to expect are all accounted for, but coupled with that small town vibe. It means your apartment search won’t come with a list of cookie-cutter styles; whatever you’re looking for in style, price, and neighborhood, you can find it in Eugene. Happy hunting!