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838 apartments for rent in Virginia Beach, VA

Reflections at Virginia Beach
3001 Reflections Way
1 Bed
$876
2 Bed
$1,084
Chase Arbor Apartments
1500 Chase Arbor Cmn
1 Bed
$845
2 Bed
$990
3 Bed
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Marina Shores
2200 Willow Oak Cir
1 Bed
$1,059
2 Bed
$1,268
3 Bed
$1,584
Runaway Bay
100 Runaway Bay Dr
1 Bed
$855
2 Bed
$1,035
Maple Bay Townhomes
356 S Chesire Ct
1 Bed
$1,029
2 Bed
$1,074
3 Bed
$1,642
Eastwind Apartments
1997 Eastwood Villa Ln
1 Bed
$786
2 Bed
$944
3 Bed
$1,246
Dominion Waterside at Lynnhaven
888 S Club House Rd
1 Bed
$877
2 Bed
$950
3 Bed
$1,147
Diamond Springs
5800 Bangor Sq
1 Bed
$755
2 Bed
$880
1206 Indian Road
Northeast Virginia Beach
2 Bed
$950
3708 Northwood Ct
Virginia Beach
3 Bed
$1,195
468 Thalia Road
North Central
4 Bed
$1,395
5376 Princess Anne Road
Virginia Beach
3 Bed
$1,295
Pine Shore Apartments - 2234ac
Northwest Virginia Beach
2 Bed
$895
5057 Bardith Circle
Northwest Virginia Beach
2 Bed
$1,100
1739 Dylan Drive
Virginia Beach
3 Bed
$1,275
405 Bernice Place
Virginia Beach
3 Bed
$1,195
713-715 S Rosemont Road
Virginia Beach
2 Bed
$995
1857 Wolfsnare Road
Northeast Virginia Beach
3 Bed
$1,700
409 Benlea Circle
Northeast Virginia Beach
2 Bed
$1,050
1718 Rueger St [m/s] - 1
Virginia Beach
3 Bed
$1,295
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City Guide
Virginia Beach
Virginia Beach Borough Breakdown

Virginia Beach neighborhoods range from touristy beach nooks and urban entertainment centers in the north to rural marshes and farmland in the south, where there’s plenty of peace and quiet for you to get some serious fishing done.

North: Northern Virginia Beach has some amazing attractions for both tourists and locals, families and singles, artists and accountants… everybody. And, it’s all within walking/biking distance. This area is the most coveted location for those who enjoy long days on the beach, all the interesting out-of-town characters found along the boardwalk, and a serious nightlife scene.

Chick’s Beach. Borough of local bars, beach views, and ocean front… minus the mass migration of summer tourists.

Resort Area. Beach bums on cruisers, bikini babes on rollerblades, tourists, fancy pants resorts, and concerts on the beach.

Great Neck. A good spot for grown-up-party-time entertainment… all within five miles of the beach.

Little Neck. Great history, great outdoors, great location just west of Great Neck.

Bayside. Awesome location right next to Chick’s Beach, but when it comes to maintenance issues, apartment complexes here are hit-or-miss.

Town Center. Eclectic, all-in-one area for dining, shopping, entertainment, and big city adventure... cleverly disguised in small-town charm.

Hilltop. Quite simply, a shopaholic’s haven.

Central : Central boroughs divide the northern urban area from the protected, rural southern area of Virginia Beach.

Lynnhaven. A local’s playground for all that is anti-tourist and great about Virginia Beach… just a stone’s throw away from the Oceana Naval Station.

Green Run. A quiet, suburban middle ground, complete with shopping centers and plenty of affordable apartments.

South: Southern Virginia Beach is a rural area full of farmland, rivers, marshes, and peaceful secluded beachfront. There are only a couple of apartment complexes and house rentals in this area, making for close-knit communities with a proud locals-only mentality.

Kempsville. Local performers, Kemps Lake wakeboarders, Mount Trashmore dog lovers, and remote marshland explorers. (Beware of the intersection at Princess Anne Rd. and Kempsville Rd., where traffic gets pretty hairy).

Princess Anne. A neighborhood where major employment attracts major traffic.

Pungo/Sandbridge. Farmers, fisherman, the Strawberry Festival, cut-your-own Christmas tree farms, pick-your-own-fruit farms, and roadside vegetable stands.

Tips for Finding Your Beach Pad

Maintenance. Many apartment complexes in Virginia Beach are infamous for lazy and rude managers and maintenance crews. Be sure to talk with potential neighbors for an honest opinion. And, as you walk through your potential apartments, check out the plumbing, the window and door locks, all the light switches, the air conditioning, the dishwasher… everything. If they can’t even get their act together for a future-renter walk through, then it will probably never get done.

Traffic. For a truly happy home, you need a place with an easy daily commute to work . The worst traffic occurs on the bridge-tunnels that head out of Virginia Beach, so if your work is located across the bay then you may want to consider actually living over there. Within the city, be wary of congestion around the Municipal Center and the main roads located around the naval bases. And, of course, the summer tourist flood will make the resort area a chore to drive around, so consider getting yourself a beach cruiser that you can bust out whenever driving or beach parking becomes impossible. If you’re lucky enough to get an apartment near Shore Drive, then bars, beaches, shopping, and food are all a short and scenic walk/bike-ride away.

Parking. As summer approaches and the plague of tourists invades your home town, a day at the beach will inevitably be lost to day of trying to find a low cost parking spot. Well, never fear. Here is a list of parking spots for Virginia Beach locals:

• 2nd Street Lot: 145 Atlantic Avenue. • Rudee Loop Lot: 104 Atlantic Avenue. • Fourth Street Lot: 306 4th Street. • 9th Street Parking Garage: 200 9th Street. • 19th Street Lots: 300-301 19th Street. • 25th Street Lot: 310 25th Street. • 31st Street Parking Garage: 209 30th Street. • Sandbridge Market Lot: 260 Sandbridge Road. • Croatan Parking Lot: 920 Vanderbilt Avenue.

Be sure to carry a drivers license with a Virginia Beach address to be able to pay local rates (usually one dollar), and check out the Municipal website for hours of operation.

Let Your Life in Paradise Begin

After finding your niche, live it. Go crabbing in Chesapeake Bay. Go kayaking with the dolphins, or adventure into the nature preserves to hang with your wildlife neighbors. Follow your ears along the boardwalk to a surprisingly vibrant and mixed music scene; or, adventure into neighborhood bars for a completely different type of wildlife. It’s time to enjoy the freedom of apartment renting in Virginia Beach.

Virginia Beach Renter Confidence Survey
National study of renter confidence in the economy, homeownership, and cities
Here's how Virginia Beach ranks on:
B- Plans for homeownership
A- City satisfaction
C+ Confidence in the local economy
B+ Safety and crime rate
B+ Access to recreational activities
B+ Quality of schools
C+ State and local taxes
C+ Satisfaction with daily commute
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Overview of Findings

Apartment List has released Virginia Beach's results from the first annual Apartment List Renter Satisfaction Survey. The survey, which drew on responses from over 18,000 renters, provides new insights into what states and cities must do to meet the needs of the 105 million American renters nationwide.

"Virginia Beach renters report high levels of satisfaction with their city, but they express some concern about the economy," says Andrew Tam, Vice President of Data Science at Apartment List. "The US renter population is at its highest level in 20 years, and while Virginia Beach generally grades well, our data shows that lack of confidence in the economy can reduce plans for homeownership."

Key findings in Virginia Beach include the following:

  • Virginia Beach renters give their city a A- overall, which ranks #12 in our ranking of 100 cities nationwide.
  • One of Virginia Beach's lowest grades is a C+ for confidence in the local economy, with only 24% of renters saying that it's on the right track.
  • 59% of Virgina Beach renters say that they plan to buy a home in the future, which roughly equal to the average in our study.
  • Virginia Beach earned a B+ for safety, ranking 35th in the nation.
  • Virginia Beach's lowest ranking category was for satisfaction with daily commute, where it earned a C+ grade.
  • The survey covered 5 Virgina cities, all of which received at least a B+ for city satisfaction: Arlington topped the list with an A+, followed by Newport News (A), Virginia Beach (A-), Richmond (B+) and Alexandria (B+).
  • The top rated cities nationwide for city satisfaction were Plano, TX; Boston, MA; Arlington, VA; Austin, TX; and Torrance, CA. The lowest rated cities were Newark, NJ; New Haven, CT; Bridgeport, CT; Hartford, CT; and Columbia, SC.

A detailed report explaining the survey's methodology, analysis, and findings is available upon request. To obtain a copy, please email Andrew Tam, Apartment List's Vice President of Data Science, at andrew@apartmentlist.com.