137 Apartments for rent in Midvale, UT

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Last updated October 21 at 2:01PM
30 W. 7500 S #20
Midvale Park
Midvale, UT
Updated October 21 at 11:35AM UTC
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
528 Tiffany Town Dr
Old Town Midvale
Midvale, UT
Updated October 19 at 6:19PM UTC
3 Bedrooms
$975
7816 S Summer Station Way
East Midvale
Midvale, UT
Updated October 21 at 11:37AM UTC
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
8263 Ivy Dr
Old Town Midvale
Midvale, UT
Updated October 20 at 10:17AM UTC
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
7293 South 1105 E
South Union Fort
Midvale, UT
Updated October 19 at 1:38PM UTC
2 Bedrooms
$1,160
7923 Main St
Old Town Midvale
Midvale, UT
Updated October 19 at 6:01PM UTC
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
30 W. 7500 S. #21
Midvale Park
Midvale, UT
Updated October 7 at 9:28AM UTC
3 Bedrooms
$1,325
7923 S Main St #13
Old Town Midvale
Midvale, UT
Updated October 20 at 10:29AM UTC
2 Bedrooms
$895
687 E 6890 S
North Union Fort
Midvale, UT
Updated October 21 at 10:36AM UTC
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
7462 S Green Haven Dr
Union Park
Midvale, UT
Updated October 21 at 11:38AM UTC
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
334 Harvard Dr
Copperview
Midvale, UT
Updated October 19 at 9:45AM UTC
4 Bedrooms
$1,250
Results within 1 miles of Midvale, UT
40 E Autumn Station Way
East Midvale
Midvale, UT
Updated October 15 at 11:04AM UTC
4 Bedrooms
$1,650
E Mountain View Dr
Historic Sandy
Sandy, UT
Updated October 19 at 8:02AM UTC
5 Bedrooms
$1,495
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City Guide
Midvale
Moving to Midvale

Want to move to Midvale? It’s a good choice in the Salt Lake area cause it’s cheaper than Salt Lake City proper, but has just as nice scenery in terms of the outdoors. If you want to rent an apartment in Midvale, bring all your paperwork with you – ID, proof of employment, bank statements, tax returns, letters of reference and anything your specific broker requests. That way when you see what you love, you can apply right away! Nothing hurts worse than losing out on an apartment you really love. If you’re planning to rent, too, you’ll need cash up front – two months rent (at least), a security deposit and also any fees or moving expenses you will need to cover.

Renting is just as popular in Midvale as buying is – so you’re in luck. Even though the vacancy is pretty low at 7 percent, there ARE rentals, which means if you can find one you like, you can find somewhere to rent. Rent is pretty cheap here – about $500 per month for a studio apartment. You won’t pay more than about $1,200 to rent a four bedroom house, so don’t worry about shelling out big city cash.

Neighborhoods

Old Town: This is the historic and idyllic part of Midvale. It’s where they film the movies and where the old fashioned looking town still exists. It’s the most desirable area in the town.

Bingham Junction: This is where the train station is in Midvale and it's also on the eastern border of the city touching Cottonwood Heights. Around here is pretty residential – but it’s also home to Walmart! 

Living in Midvale

Living in Midvale feels a lot like how it looks in movies – old-fashioned, and suburban. You can relax when you come here, and life of a high-quality comes at a low price. You’re right near Salt Lake City, which is one of the West’s nicest cities. In Salt Lake City you can eat, drink at bars, dance and take in museums and historic attractions. You can also ski and hike in the parks in the warmer months, so this city really does have something for everybody.

Midvale has its fair share of parks, too, as well as the Midvale Museum to learn about the area’s history and culture, as well as the ski corridor. You can use Midvale as your base camp to ski the whole area – you have easy access to four world-class ski resorts just minutes away. There is a bus system that will even shuttle you back and forth from skiing.

So this all sounds great – especially the Salt Lake City part – but how do you get around? You can take the Blue Line from Salt Lake City straight to Midvale (on the Trax Light Rail System) – so technically, you don’t need a car to get around. Things are spread out in the west, though, and things are pretty sprawling and mountainous, so it’s not the nicest terrain for a leisurely stroll. In other words, get a car. You’ll appreciate it.