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9 Apartments for rent in Park City, UT

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325 PARK AVE
325 Park Avenue
Park City, UT
4 Bedrooms
$7,000
2613 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:22 AM
Live the true Park City experience in this fully furnished, historic 4 bed, 4 bath home in the heart of Old Town. Built in 1901 by the town newspaper owner Sam Raddon, this beautiful Victorian is a rare gem.
Results within 5 miles of Park City
1 Unit Available
12283 N Ross Creek Dr
12283 North Ross Creek Drive
Wasatch County, UT
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
2012 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:27 AM
3 bed 3 bath Deer Mountain Town Home - Enjoy Spectacular Views in Deer Mountain! Magnificent views of the Jordanelle Reservoir and Deer Valley Ski Resort. Master Suite/Bath on main living level. 2 additional guest bedrooms and bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
8135 GLENWILD DR
8135 Glenwild Drive
Silver Summit, UT
4 Bedrooms
$15,000
5965 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:22 AM
Live the luxurious life in this stunning, fully furnished Glenwild Retreat!  Close to everything, yet away from all the hustle and bustle.
1 Unit Available
11128 Burnt Flat Road
11128 E Burnt Flat Rd
Salt Lake County, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1900 sqft
Last updated July 21 at 09:14 AM
Fully Furnished 3 Bedroom in Big Cottonwood Canyon - ***Location, Location, Location*** This spacious 3 bedroom 2.5 bath cabin home is the outdoor adventurer's dream. Sitting in the heart of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Results within 10 miles of Park City
1 Unit Available
114 Mountain Valley Court
114 Mountain Valley Ct
Heber, UT
5 Bedrooms
$1,995
2179 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:42 AM
Gorgeous home in an area where homes are rarely available. Come and rent this great home located at the end of a cul de sac. Pictures and Video Coming soon!! All adults over the age of 18 must fill out an application.
1 Unit Available
501 N. River Road
501 River Road
Midway, UT
2 Bedrooms
$4,000
2730 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:27 AM
501 N.
1 Unit Available
115 Crestview Terrace
115 Crestview Terrace
Summit Park, UT
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
3600 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:27 AM
115 Crestview Terrace Available 01/15/21 Multi-Level Single-Family Home in Summit Park - This 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom unfurnished home is located in the secluded and serene neighborhood of Summit Park.
1 Unit Available
470 North 100 East - 6
470 North 100 East
Heber, UT
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
900 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
This is a newly remodeled apartment.
1 Unit Available
188 West 1000 South
188 W 1000 S
Heber, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,345
1356 sqft
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
Please visit www.maxxpm.com for more info, to schedule a showing, or to apply for the rental. This condo has a beautiful open floor plan with 11-foot ceilings. This one of a kind apartment unit is located in beautiful Heber Valley.
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Apartment Rentals in Park City start at $7,000/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Park City start at $7,000/month.
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While some Park City properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Park City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Salt Lake Community College, Brigham Young University-Provo, LDS Business College, University of Utah, and Mountainland Technical College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Park City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Salt Lake Community College, Brigham Young University-Provo, LDS Business College, University of Utah, and Mountainland Technical College.

City Guide

Park City
This town is not just a ski capital. It's also home to over 400 miles of wooded trails for biking and hiking!
This town is not just a ski capital. It's also home to over 400 miles of wooded trails for biking and hiking!

If you're looking for an apartment for rent in Park City, you're probably an avid skier or thinking about becoming one. This area is known for having some of the best slopes in the country - maybe even the world. It's one of the most beautiful places you'll find in the US, too, with snow-capped mountains, charming, European-feeling villages and world-class shopping and dining. No wonder it draws in celebrities from all over the world to vacation here. The population drastically changes between summer and winter so you will find yourself with a lot more space to stretch out during the warmer months and more packed in during winter when the snow bunnies flock to the slopes.

Moving to Park City

Finding one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent here is a cinch, whether you're looking for a condo for rent, an all-bills-paid apartment or something in between. The trick is to look in the summertime when nearly 65 percent of properties are vacant. This doesn't mean they will all be for rent -- a lot of people own homes that they only occupy for short times during the winter, but you'll still stand a better chance of finding a property. There will also be a lot of short-term rentals available so you can opt for one of these, too, before you commit to something more permanent.

What You'll Need:

If you're planning to move to Park City, you should think about what type of place you're interested in. One option is to rent one of the many furnished, short-term rentals while you look for something more stable. If that doesn't appeal to you, then you'll have a smaller selection of long-term apartments available and it will probably take you a little longer to zone in on exactly the right one. When you head to your appointments, be sure to bring along a copy of your ID, credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, a letter of employment, references and your rental application. That way, if you like an apartment, you can get the application process started right there on the spot. Bring your checkbook too, so you can write that check immediately!

Moving to Park City
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Finding one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent here is a cinch, whether you're looking for a condo for rent, an all-bills-paid apartment or something in between. The trick is to look in the summertime when nearly 65 percent of properties are vacant. This doesn't mean they will all be for rent -- a lot of people own homes that they only occupy for short times during the winter, but you'll still stand a better chance of finding a property. There will also be a lot of short-term rentals available so you can opt for one of these, too, before you commit to something more permanent.

What You'll Need:

If you're planning to move to Park City, you should think about what type of place you're interested in. One option is to rent one of the many furnished, short-term rentals while you look for something more stable. If that doesn't appeal to you, then you'll have a smaller selection of long-term apartments available and it will probably take you a little longer to zone in on exactly the right one. When you head to your appointments, be sure to bring along a copy of your ID, credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, a letter of employment, references and your rental application. That way, if you like an apartment, you can get the application process started right there on the spot. Bring your checkbook too, so you can write that check immediately!

Neighborhoods

Park Slope has a number of different, small neighborhoods, mostly defined by which ski area you live closest to. Here's a little more info about each of them.

Deer Valley: This is one of the best and most popular ski areas and also is exciting during the summertime when there are outdoor concerts, outdoor dining at the Royal Street Caf̩ and plenty of entertainment. There are a number of small apartment complexes at the base of the mountain that make for easy walking distance around town.

North Park City: This is where many year-round residents prefer to live. It's not as close to the slopes but that means it's less touristy and there are beautiful apartments and gigantic mansions on these little, windy streets.

Park City Mountain: This area boasts the famous Crescent Burger, which the locals love. It's a great balance between getting away to the outskirts of town and living right in the thick of Deer Valley tourism.

Neighborhoods
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Park Slope has a number of different, small neighborhoods, mostly defined by which ski area you live closest to. Here's a little more info about each of them.

Deer Valley: This is one of the best and most popular ski areas and also is exciting during the summertime when there are outdoor concerts, outdoor dining at the Royal Street Caf̩ and plenty of entertainment. There are a number of small apartment complexes at the base of the mountain that make for easy walking distance around town.

North Park City: This is where many year-round residents prefer to live. It's not as close to the slopes but that means it's less touristy and there are beautiful apartments and gigantic mansions on these little, windy streets.

Park City Mountain: This area boasts the famous Crescent Burger, which the locals love. It's a great balance between getting away to the outskirts of town and living right in the thick of Deer Valley tourism.

Living in Park City

Life here is summed up by all the outdoor activities you can partake in. It's not a place that people who turn their noses up at the great outdoors will typically head to, so get ready to embrace nature. After a long hike or a day at the slopes you can enjoy a meal at the popular Legends Bar & Grill. Most of the work in town revolves around tourism and outdoor activities, unless you're commuting to nearby Salt Lake City for work. The town is super walkable if you're living near one of the resorts and there is a public transit system that can get you around with ease, as well. If you have a car, you can easily hop on I-80 to get to Salt Lake City or the airport for easy travel.

Living in Park City
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Life here is summed up by all the outdoor activities you can partake in. It's not a place that people who turn their noses up at the great outdoors will typically head to, so get ready to embrace nature. After a long hike or a day at the slopes you can enjoy a meal at the popular Legends Bar & Grill. Most of the work in town revolves around tourism and outdoor activities, unless you're commuting to nearby Salt Lake City for work. The town is super walkable if you're living near one of the resorts and there is a public transit system that can get you around with ease, as well. If you have a car, you can easily hop on I-80 to get to Salt Lake City or the airport for easy travel.

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City Guide

Park City
This town is not just a ski capital. It's also home to over 400 miles of wooded trails for biking and hiking!
This town is not just a ski capital. It's also home to over 400 miles of wooded trails for biking and hiking!

If you're looking for an apartment for rent in Park City, you're probably an avid skier or thinking about becoming one. This area is known for having some of the best slopes in the country - maybe even the world. It's one of the most beautiful places you'll find in the US, too, with snow-capped mountains, charming, European-feeling villages and world-class shopping and dining. No wonder it draws in celebrities from all over the world to vacation here. The population drastically changes between summer and winter so you will find yourself with a lot more space to stretch out during the warmer months and more packed in during winter when the snow bunnies flock to the slopes.

Moving to Park City

Finding one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent here is a cinch, whether you're looking for a condo for rent, an all-bills-paid apartment or something in between. The trick is to look in the summertime when nearly 65 percent of properties are vacant. This doesn't mean they will all be for rent -- a lot of people own homes that they only occupy for short times during the winter, but you'll still stand a better chance of finding a property. There will also be a lot of short-term rentals available so you can opt for one of these, too, before you commit to something more permanent.

What You'll Need:

If you're planning to move to Park City, you should think about what type of place you're interested in. One option is to rent one of the many furnished, short-term rentals while you look for something more stable. If that doesn't appeal to you, then you'll have a smaller selection of long-term apartments available and it will probably take you a little longer to zone in on exactly the right one. When you head to your appointments, be sure to bring along a copy of your ID, credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, a letter of employment, references and your rental application. That way, if you like an apartment, you can get the application process started right there on the spot. Bring your checkbook too, so you can write that check immediately!

Moving to Park City
+

Finding one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent here is a cinch, whether you're looking for a condo for rent, an all-bills-paid apartment or something in between. The trick is to look in the summertime when nearly 65 percent of properties are vacant. This doesn't mean they will all be for rent -- a lot of people own homes that they only occupy for short times during the winter, but you'll still stand a better chance of finding a property. There will also be a lot of short-term rentals available so you can opt for one of these, too, before you commit to something more permanent.

What You'll Need:

If you're planning to move to Park City, you should think about what type of place you're interested in. One option is to rent one of the many furnished, short-term rentals while you look for something more stable. If that doesn't appeal to you, then you'll have a smaller selection of long-term apartments available and it will probably take you a little longer to zone in on exactly the right one. When you head to your appointments, be sure to bring along a copy of your ID, credit report, bank statements, pay stubs, a letter of employment, references and your rental application. That way, if you like an apartment, you can get the application process started right there on the spot. Bring your checkbook too, so you can write that check immediately!

Neighborhoods

Park Slope has a number of different, small neighborhoods, mostly defined by which ski area you live closest to. Here's a little more info about each of them.

Deer Valley: This is one of the best and most popular ski areas and also is exciting during the summertime when there are outdoor concerts, outdoor dining at the Royal Street Caf̩ and plenty of entertainment. There are a number of small apartment complexes at the base of the mountain that make for easy walking distance around town.

North Park City: This is where many year-round residents prefer to live. It's not as close to the slopes but that means it's less touristy and there are beautiful apartments and gigantic mansions on these little, windy streets.

Park City Mountain: This area boasts the famous Crescent Burger, which the locals love. It's a great balance between getting away to the outskirts of town and living right in the thick of Deer Valley tourism.

Neighborhoods
+

Park Slope has a number of different, small neighborhoods, mostly defined by which ski area you live closest to. Here's a little more info about each of them.

Deer Valley: This is one of the best and most popular ski areas and also is exciting during the summertime when there are outdoor concerts, outdoor dining at the Royal Street Caf̩ and plenty of entertainment. There are a number of small apartment complexes at the base of the mountain that make for easy walking distance around town.

North Park City: This is where many year-round residents prefer to live. It's not as close to the slopes but that means it's less touristy and there are beautiful apartments and gigantic mansions on these little, windy streets.

Park City Mountain: This area boasts the famous Crescent Burger, which the locals love. It's a great balance between getting away to the outskirts of town and living right in the thick of Deer Valley tourism.

Living in Park City

Life here is summed up by all the outdoor activities you can partake in. It's not a place that people who turn their noses up at the great outdoors will typically head to, so get ready to embrace nature. After a long hike or a day at the slopes you can enjoy a meal at the popular Legends Bar & Grill. Most of the work in town revolves around tourism and outdoor activities, unless you're commuting to nearby Salt Lake City for work. The town is super walkable if you're living near one of the resorts and there is a public transit system that can get you around with ease, as well. If you have a car, you can easily hop on I-80 to get to Salt Lake City or the airport for easy travel.

Living in Park City
+

Life here is summed up by all the outdoor activities you can partake in. It's not a place that people who turn their noses up at the great outdoors will typically head to, so get ready to embrace nature. After a long hike or a day at the slopes you can enjoy a meal at the popular Legends Bar & Grill. Most of the work in town revolves around tourism and outdoor activities, unless you're commuting to nearby Salt Lake City for work. The town is super walkable if you're living near one of the resorts and there is a public transit system that can get you around with ease, as well. If you have a car, you can easily hop on I-80 to get to Salt Lake City or the airport for easy travel.