85 Apartments for rent in Warwick, RI

Last updated September 20 at 6:42AM
133 Longmeadow Ave
Longmeadow
Warwick, RI
Updated September 20 at 1:25AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
7 Woodland Road
Conimicut
Warwick, RI
Updated September 7 at 2:55AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
1161 W Shore Rd
Conimicut
Warwick, RI
Updated August 17 at 2:20AM
2 Bedrooms
$850
97 Overhill Road
Cowesett
Warwick, RI
Updated September 14 at 10:20AM
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
90 First Street
, RI
Updated September 16 at 10:36AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
9 Prospect Hill Avenue
, RI
Updated September 15 at 4:16AM
3 Bedrooms
$995
Results within 1 miles of Warwick, RI
29 Yates Avenue
, RI
Updated September 8 at 6:32PM
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
43 Duke Street
, RI
Updated September 9 at 3:00AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
120 Park Ave
Edgewood
Cranston, RI
Updated September 19 at 1:40AM
3 Bedrooms
$850
24 King Street
, RI
Updated August 28 at 10:24AM
1 Bedroom
$1,150
52 Allard Street
Oaklawn
Cranston, RI
Updated August 29 at 11:25AM
2 Bedrooms
$980
650 E Greenwich Ave
, RI
Updated September 19 at 1:40AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
50 College St
Apponaug
Warwick, RI
Updated September 19 at 1:40AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
16 Capen Street
Warwick Neck
Warwick, RI
Updated August 30 at 3:09AM
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
68 Village Court
, RI
Updated September 10 at 11:10AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
100 floral Avenue
, RI
Updated September 16 at 10:38AM
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Results within 5 miles of Warwick, RI
11 Duke Street
, RI
Updated September 15 at 4:15AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
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City Guide
Warwick
Warwick, RI

Greetings, future Rhode Island renters, and welcome to the one-stop virtual shop for your apartment finding escapades! Nicknamed “the Crossroads of Rhode Island” for its centralized location, Warwick is both the state’s retail shopping hub and a great place to find an apartment. But before we start the search for your dream dwellings, let’s take a moment to answer the always-poignant questions we know you must have about life in Warwick. And remember, future Rhode Islanders, there’s no such thing as a stupid question.

Isn’t Warwick, like, a town full of psychics or something?

What?! Um … no. We’re not entirely sure, but we suspect you’re somehow mistaking the town of Warwick with the person, Dionne Warwick, who was closely associated with the much-mocked Psychic Friends Network in the 1990s. On a side note, we officially retract our earlier “no such thing as a stupid question” declaration.

Why does the name Warwick ring a bell from third grade history class?

The first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired in Warwick, which is one of America’s oldest and most historic towns (founded in 1642). The city is dotted with colonial villages and historical landmarks that attract millions of tourists and history buffs each year, while the annual Gaspee Days Festival celebrates (and reenacts) the sinking of the British Royal Navy vessel by rebel colonialists, which essentially kicked off the Revolutionary War.

Back to modern times. What can I expect out of an apartment in Warwick?

As is the case in much of Rhode Island, the majority of Warwick apartments are well-established. More than half of all residential units were built pre-1970 and an additional 20 percent of houses and apartment complexes were erected circa 1940 or earlier.

Just because most Warwick residences aren’t shiny and new doesn’t mean, however, they are falling apart by any means. Many rentals have received major facelifts in recent years, and modern luxury is standard fare at most apartments, lofts, and condos.

Are apartments easy enough to come by?

Even though most of Warwick is owner-occupied (leasers account for only about a quarter of residents), apartments are plentiful, waiting lists are virtually nonexistent, and move-in specials pop up frequently. Just make sure you’re equipped with the necessary basics, including proof of income, banking info, and a list of prior residences. Most property managers run credit/background checks on prospective tenants, so if you have a history of dodging your bills, writing bad checks, or getting busted for conquering British customs ships (oh, wait, that’s a good thing in Warwick!), you’ll need a co-signer to score your dream pad.

What’s there to do for fun in Warwick?

Not much, really. Unless you count lounging on one of the many public beaches, boating at the Apponaug Harbor Marina, sightseeing in the historic Pawtucket, Conimicut, or Apponaug Villages, golfing at one of the city’s three courses, or visiting one of the many art galleries, theaters, performing arts centers, or history museums that dot the streets. Other attractions include an amusement park, numerous hiking trails and state parks, and more historic landmarks, lighthouses, and Colonial era homes than you could possibly visit during your stay in Warwick. If, meanwhile, your idea of entertainment involves barstools and shot glasses, you’ll be glad to know the city is equipped with every type of pub, club, sports bar, and live music haunt you could imagine.

What’s the best way to bum around town?

The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority services the entire state (it only takes between 40 and 50 minutes to travel from one side to the other), but the best way to navigate the city is with your own set of wheels. Many neighborhoods lack sidewalks, and the city is characterized by strip malls and suburban landscapes, meaning you’ll need your own vehicle to work, play, and shop conveniently.

Which neighborhood is best for me?

Well, it all depends on your tastes. Coastal areas like Potowomut and Cowesett offer some of the most scenic views and killer amenities. There are also areas like Hillsgrove, Oakland Beach, Buttonwoods, and Gaspee Plateau. Numerous other neighborhoods offer their own perks and drawbacks as well.

Any special apartment-scoring advice?

Just be sure to read your lease carefully before signing it, since landlords have drastically different policies regarding pets, smoking, roommates, and subletting. Also, inspect your new digs carefully before moving anything in, making sure your pipes, sinks, appliances, windows, and locks function properly. Landlords are generally more eager to resolve even minor blemishes before a new tenant has officially taken up residence. And now it’s time to start scouring the interwebs and hitting the streets in search of your dream apartment. So best of luck and happy hunting!