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93 apartments for rent in Sioux Falls, SD

The Bluffs at Willow Run
8000 E SD-42
1 Bed
$965
2 Bed
$1,160
3 Bed
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Dublin Square
5700 E Red Oak Dr
Studio
$595
1 Bed
$825
2 Bed
$860
West Pointe
7836 S Townsley St
1 Bed
$900
2 Bed
$1,105
3 Bed
$1,295
Diamond Field
4003 S Grand Slam Ave
1 Bed
$870
2 Bed
$1,025
3 Bed
$1,260
Killarney Crossing
4313 W 58th St
1 Bed
$900
2 Bed
$1,025
3 Bed
$1,235
Bridgewood Estates
2912 S Louise Ave
1 Bed
$705
2 Bed
$765
Donegal Pointe Apartments
5109 S Rolling Green Ave
1 Bed
$890
2 Bed
$1,110
West 26th Street Commons
1800 S Katie Ave
1 Bed
$900
2 Bed
$1,095
3 Bed
$1,280
Oxbow Estates
3908 S Carnegie Cir
1 Bed
$770
2 Bed
$845
Timberland Village
3401 E 11th St
1 Bed
$569
2 Bed
$640
Westport Apartments
3700 S Golden Creek Pl
1 Bed
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2 Bed
$740
3 Bed
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The Concorde Apartments
2809 W 33rd St
2 Bed
$825
Terrace Hills Apartments
2601 S Kiwanis Ave
1 Bed
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2 Bed
$835
Washington Heights Townhomes
4513 E Ashbury Pl
1 Bed
$780
2 Bed
$975
3 Bed
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Beadle West Apartments
900 E 14th St
1 Bed
$760
2 Bed
$910
Foxtail Creek Townhomes
6015 S Kerry Ave
2 Bed
$1,075
Deer Ridge Apartments
3609 W Ralph Rogers Rd
1 Bed
$830
2 Bed
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3 Bed
$1,165
2800 S St Francis Ln
Sioux Falls
5 Bed
$3,100
415 E 13th St
Beadie Greenway
2 Bed
$650
720 W 11th St
Folsom's Addition
6 Bed
$1,283
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City Guide
Sioux Falls
“Is South Dakota Really Populated By Humans?”

Yes, people do actually live here. In fact, South Dakota is probably not very different than the state you reside in now. Sioux Falls is South Dakota’s “big city” which means it has all the nightclubs, restaurants, paved roadways and indoor plumbing that you’re already accustomed to.

The cost of living is lower - and that’s good news for us renters, so let’s start looking.

Get Your Ducks, er Pheasants in a Row

Most property management companies will require a credit check. A handful will also bother with a criminal background check. Both privately and corporate-managed properties will ask for first plus last month’s rent and pet deposits, but this is South Dakota - all combined, the dough you’ll have to shell out is probably a truckload less than you’re paying now, so relax. You’ll find a place, and in no time folks will assume you’ve lived here your entire life.

Downtown

Perhaps shockingly to outsiders, Sioux Falls boasts a vibrant downtown complete with sidewalk cafes, live music and great food. Downtown is as urban as SoDak gets. Hey, they’ve even got one of those newfangled “loft”-type buildings!

North Sioux Falls

Slightly older than the rest of the city, the northern neighborhoods are a value bonanza. You can pay around $500 a month for rent.

West Sioux Falls

Compulsive shoppers will be happy to situate themselves near the Empire Mall and the retailers nestled along 41st St. Traffic in this area gets somewhat congested, but that’s South Dakota “congested,” not Los Angeles “congested.” Look for fun amenities, such as “community computer rooms” and “heated garages.”

South Sioux Falls

Ooh la la, South Sioux Falls! Most of the housing is in this area is brand spankin’ new.

The ‘Burbs

The suburbs of tea, Brandon and Harrisburg are about 1 or 2 miles from the Sioux Falls city limits. Way out here, the options are single-family homes and small complexes.

There you have it - one small, sweet package, kinda like Sioux Falls itself. So slap a smile on your face, hit the bricks and begin the search for your new apartment in this fairy tale of a town.