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231 Apartments for rent in Kennewick, WA

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Clearwater Bay Apartment Homes
5225 W Clearwater Ave
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
$975
984 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1403 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:59 AM
Live carefree every day. At Clearwater Bay Apartment Homes, coming home feels like you're on vacation. An oasis in central Kennewick, a vibrant new lifestyle awaits. Embrace it.
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3 Units Available
Highlander Apartments
3030 W 4th Ave
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
$725
610 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$890
949 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:48 AM
With a convenient location, friendly staff, and wonderful community amenities, Highlander offers affordable community living in a beautiful, quiet secluded atmosphere.
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4 Units Available
720 Arthur
722 North Arthur Street
Kennewick, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,125
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:12 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 720 Arthur in Kennewick. View photos, descriptions and more!
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Crown Village
445 N Volland St
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
$900
570 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 06:05 AM
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Lakeside
5100 W Clearwater Ave
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1173 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:05 AM
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5 Units Available
Aspen Hills
803 S Olympia St
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
$841
500 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,021
1000 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
/*td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}*/ Experience charm at Aspen Hills in our newly renovated one, two, and three bedroom apartments and townhomes in Kennewick, Washington.
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Sage Creek
4302 W Hood Ave
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
$785
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$925
913 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
Sage Creek Apartments for rent in Kennewick, Washington offers one-, and two-bedroom apartments and townhomes.
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6 Units Available
Grandridge Place
725 N Center Pkwy
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,294
841 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
1113 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,988
1340 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
Grandridge Place offers townhome or condominium-style living in spacious 1-, 2-, or 3-bedroom floor plans set among lushly landscaped gardens.
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3 Units Available
Seasons on 4th Avenue
8180 W 4th Ave
Kennewick, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,195
895 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,675
1233 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:18 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Seasons on 4th Avenue in Kennewick. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
930 S Johnson St
930 South Johnson Street
Kennewick, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:18 AM
Available for Rent is this newly remodeled, 2 Bed 1.5 Bath Unit. With Access to everything from Grocery Store to Outdoor activities, you still have the quiet, cozy neighborhood feel.
1 Unit Available
1018 S Vancouver
1018 South Vancouver Street
Kennewick, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1670 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1018 S Vancouver - B Available 12/15/20 Beautiful and Spacious 3 bedroom 2.5 Bathroom Home - Fully renovated 3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom townhome for rent!! This home features new carpets and interior paint throughout & a large 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
6606 W. 6th Ave.
6606 West 6th Avenue
Kennewick, WA
4 Bedrooms
$2,095
2054 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
4 Bed Kennewick Rental - Applications and Viewing Requests accepted from OUR WEBSITE ONLY: www.kenmoreteampropertymanagement.
1 Unit Available
5711 West Albany Place #110
5711 W Albany Pl
Kennewick, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1536 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Bright and Charming Townhome - This beautiful townhome is close to everything you could want in Kennewick. With a spacious kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, this modern and bright house is the perfect place to call home.
1 Unit Available
8120 W. Hood Av.
8120 West Hood Avenue
Kennewick, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1720 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Great Kennewick Location - This updated home is in a great central location in Kennewick. It is a split level entry from the front door.
1 Unit Available
2308 W 37th ave
2308 West 37th Avenue
Kennewick, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1600 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
2308 W 37th ave Available 04/20/20 South Kennewick home - This home will be move in ready by Mid April. Located off of 36th and Ely this home is a quick commute to the freeway systems including 395 and I-82.
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14 Units Available
Bellavista
2100 Bellerive Dr
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,045
753 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
920 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1140 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:09 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Bellavista in Richland. View photos, descriptions and more!
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4 Units Available
Evergreen Ridge
1775 Columbia Park Trl
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,144
745 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,508
943 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
Evergreen Ridge Apartments for rent in Richland, Washington, boasts the best views in town! Situated in the middle of the Tri-Cities, Evergreen Ridge offers comfort and convenience in one of the best locations! Experience an array of outdoor
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7 Units Available
Island View Apartments
1529 Columbia Park Trl
Richland, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,084
839 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,327
1098 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
Located in Richland, Washington, Island View offers beautiful one- and two-bedroom homes with a relaxing, riverfront lifestyle that is unmatched in the Tri-Cities.
1 Unit Available
1904 North Road 68
1904 Road 68
West Pasco, WA
4 Bedrooms
$3,175
2428 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 07:48 AM
1904 Road 68, Pasco, WA 99301 is a single family home located in the heart of Pasco WA. It contains 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and a 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
303 Gage #303
303 Gage Blvd
Richland, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
1034 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 07:48 AM
View, View View! 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom unit with all new carpet and paint. condo comes with washer and dryer as well as refrigerator, stove and DW. Beautiful views of the Meadow Springs Golf course from the living room and dining/ kitchen.
1 Unit Available
919 E. 27th Av.
919 E 27th Ave
Benton County, WA
2 Bedrooms
$895
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Country Setting Apartment in a 4 plex - This 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment is located on 27th in Kennewick with a feel for being in the country. This unit has newer kitchen cabinets and several other updates through out.
1 Unit Available
1510 Meriwether
1510 Meriwether Ave
Richland, WA
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2152 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
South Richland location with Master Suite on the main floor - This amazing South Richland home is located off of steptoe and canyon which provides a quick commute to the highway and freeway systems.
1 Unit Available
1653 Larkspur Dr
1653 Larkspur Dr
Richland, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1608 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Great South Richland Location - This 3 bedroom plus bonus room, 2 full bath single family home is located in South Richland in the Bellerieve Springs development.
1 Unit Available
2438 Woods Dr.
2438 Woods Drive
Richland, WA
3 Bedrooms
$2,595
2824 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2438 Woods Dr. Available 12/06/20 Luxury Home in Meadow Springs - Accepting Applications on OUR WEBSITE ONLY: www.kenmoreteampropertymanagement.
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City Guide

Kennewick
The remains of a prehistoric man dubbed Kennewick Man were found on the banks of the Columbia River here in Kennewick, WA in 1996, but there's nothing prehistoric about this lively community.
The remains of a prehistoric man dubbed Kennewick Man were found on the banks of the Columbia River here in Kennewick, WA in 1996, but there's nothing prehistoric about this lively community.

Not far from the Oregon border, on the banks of the beautiful and broad Columbia River, Kennewick, WA is a bustling city of just over 76,000, located near the Hanford nuclear site. The city is part of a Tri City area including the towns of Pasco and Richland. Dubbed by Forbes magazine as the number two area in the U.S. for job growth, major industries here include the scientific arena of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the agricultural growth of area farmland. Okay, so it's a bit of a farm town, but who says farm towns can't be exciting? Kennewick is the largest of the Tri-City communities in south eastern Washington. With a relatively low cost of living and over 300 days of sunshine yearly, this attractive community draws an eclectic mix of both blue collar and white collar residents and industries to the banks of the Columbia River on which it is built. No whining allowed - nearby you'll find over 160 wineries within 50 miles of town. Pick up a bottle of pinot and picnic along the river bank, or indulge in biking, hiking, fishing or boating.

Moving to Kennewick

"Kennewick" is a Native American word meaning "grassy place." And the name is apt. Mild winters keep the area green and grassy year round. You can truly say the grass is greener over in Kennewick. Lewis and Clark made their trail through the area, and saw that the fertile banks of the Columbia River were a natural place to establish a town, and in the late 1800's, steamboats plied the river and railroads crossed the land, connecting Kennewick to Pasco and other towns. And speaking of connections, through the Dalles-Celilo Canal, Kennwick is connected to the Pacific Ocean.

You'll find Kennewick supports a workforce in service, management, manufacturing, and administrative support. Overall middle income and ethnically diverse, Kennewick has a good mix of Caucasian, Hispanic, and Asian residents, some with ancestry traceable to Germany, Ireland, and Norway.

Moving to Kennewick
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"Kennewick" is a Native American word meaning "grassy place." And the name is apt. Mild winters keep the area green and grassy year round. You can truly say the grass is greener over in Kennewick. Lewis and Clark made their trail through the area, and saw that the fertile banks of the Columbia River were a natural place to establish a town, and in the late 1800's, steamboats plied the river and railroads crossed the land, connecting Kennewick to Pasco and other towns. And speaking of connections, through the Dalles-Celilo Canal, Kennwick is connected to the Pacific Ocean.

You'll find Kennewick supports a workforce in service, management, manufacturing, and administrative support. Overall middle income and ethnically diverse, Kennewick has a good mix of Caucasian, Hispanic, and Asian residents, some with ancestry traceable to Germany, Ireland, and Norway.

Neighborhoods

Badger: This Kennewick neighborhood classifies as rural - plenty of land between residences, many of which are single family three bedroom homes and larger homes, or mobile home properties. Many are new, built after 1970 to present. With a scarce vacancy rate, you'll want to start your apartment search early if this open, tree lined community is the one for you. This is a community with high real estate values and an educated, executive lifestyle among the residents.Commuting time to those executive positions? 15 to 30 minutes.

Finley: Suburban in nature, Finley offers apartment homes in all sizes, including studio and one bedroom apartments. There are also single family homes and mobile homes. Properties skew somewhat older, with units built anywhere from 1940 to 1999. Many residents are employed in fishing or agricultural industries. There are a substantial number of pleasant mobile home parks in this middle income section of Kennewick.

City Center: More urban than other Kennwick communities, properties here range from apartment complexes and high rises to single family homes. Many renters in the middle income and lower income categories occupy this part of town, with dwellings running the age gamut from 1940 to 1999. Small boutique shops, wine bars, local brew pubs, and ethnic cafes dot the area. Singles and families alike are comfortable here.

Port of Kennewick: Like City Center, this is also an urban area, with a mix of small to medium single family homes and mobile homes as well as smaller apartment complexes. Many residences are older, and there is a higher vacancy rate here than in other parts of town - you'll find it easier to find apartment rentals. Many employed by the fishing industry reside here. With a strong Danish and Finnish ancestry shared among residents, this is the place to find great Danish pastries with your morning coffee. Highland: A suburban community with many modern single family homes, this upper middle income community has a quiet feel, and supports a mix of families and married couples.

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Badger: This Kennewick neighborhood classifies as rural - plenty of land between residences, many of which are single family three bedroom homes and larger homes, or mobile home properties. Many are new, built after 1970 to present. With a scarce vacancy rate, you'll want to start your apartment search early if this open, tree lined community is the one for you. This is a community with high real estate values and an educated, executive lifestyle among the residents.Commuting time to those executive positions? 15 to 30 minutes.

Finley: Suburban in nature, Finley offers apartment homes in all sizes, including studio and one bedroom apartments. There are also single family homes and mobile homes. Properties skew somewhat older, with units built anywhere from 1940 to 1999. Many residents are employed in fishing or agricultural industries. There are a substantial number of pleasant mobile home parks in this middle income section of Kennewick.

City Center: More urban than other Kennwick communities, properties here range from apartment complexes and high rises to single family homes. Many renters in the middle income and lower income categories occupy this part of town, with dwellings running the age gamut from 1940 to 1999. Small boutique shops, wine bars, local brew pubs, and ethnic cafes dot the area. Singles and families alike are comfortable here.

Port of Kennewick: Like City Center, this is also an urban area, with a mix of small to medium single family homes and mobile homes as well as smaller apartment complexes. Many residences are older, and there is a higher vacancy rate here than in other parts of town - you'll find it easier to find apartment rentals. Many employed by the fishing industry reside here. With a strong Danish and Finnish ancestry shared among residents, this is the place to find great Danish pastries with your morning coffee. Highland: A suburban community with many modern single family homes, this upper middle income community has a quiet feel, and supports a mix of families and married couples.

Living in Kennewick

Kennewick's downtown area is its historic core. And that history is getting a new lease on life as new businesses spring up including art galleries, boutique shops, local brew pubs, and local sourced dining. Pedestrians are reaping the benefit of a newly walkable destination downtown, and public artwork has sprung up creating and arty and interesting environment.From massive outdoor bronze sculptures to wine bars and cafes, downtown Kennewick is a destination desired by many in the tri-city area.

A 9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Monument is also located in Kennewick. Featuring one of the salvaged World Trade Center vertical support columns weighing in at over 6000 pounds, this memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the 2001 tragedy. The memorial houses an area for quiet contemplation.

The entire Tri-City area features wineries throughout the Columbia Valley. Outlying areas of Kennewick has over 20 wineries, 6 wine bars, and several annual wine tasting events. Less than 20 minutes to the west, you'll find more wineries at Red Mountain. Both a draw for tourists and locals, wine festivals come Harvest time are exceedingly popular. Red wine and chocolate pairing events always draw a crowd. Cabernet and cacao anyone? Jazz nights, spring and fall barrel tastings, and holiday wine walks are scattered throughout the year. Don't forget, pinkies up!

Kennewick is a sporting town. Grab a local brewski instead of a glass of wine and head out to the ball - or puck - game. If you like hockey or football, both the Western Hockey League and the Indoor Football League play in Kennewick's Toyota Center, which hosts many regional teams, year round. Outdoors, get your thrill on with hydroplane racing on the Columbia. Or join the Titanium or Plutonium Man triathalons. Yes, even Marvel Comics Iron Man super hero would have his competition cut out for him at this yearly event. The race follows an Olympic distance format, with a 1.5 km swim, 10km run, and a 40 km bike event, sanctions by the USA Triathlon.

Prefer a less daunting sport? Try your skill with a dart and a balloon at the yearly Benton-Franklin County Fair. Or watch skilled cowboys wrangle "extreme bulls," or drivers on edge plough through the Demolition Derby. National touring talent performs, theres a midway, kids rides, and of course a wine garden at this annual event. What more could you ask for?

Living in Kennewick
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Kennewick's downtown area is its historic core. And that history is getting a new lease on life as new businesses spring up including art galleries, boutique shops, local brew pubs, and local sourced dining. Pedestrians are reaping the benefit of a newly walkable destination downtown, and public artwork has sprung up creating and arty and interesting environment.From massive outdoor bronze sculptures to wine bars and cafes, downtown Kennewick is a destination desired by many in the tri-city area.

A 9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Monument is also located in Kennewick. Featuring one of the salvaged World Trade Center vertical support columns weighing in at over 6000 pounds, this memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the 2001 tragedy. The memorial houses an area for quiet contemplation.

The entire Tri-City area features wineries throughout the Columbia Valley. Outlying areas of Kennewick has over 20 wineries, 6 wine bars, and several annual wine tasting events. Less than 20 minutes to the west, you'll find more wineries at Red Mountain. Both a draw for tourists and locals, wine festivals come Harvest time are exceedingly popular. Red wine and chocolate pairing events always draw a crowd. Cabernet and cacao anyone? Jazz nights, spring and fall barrel tastings, and holiday wine walks are scattered throughout the year. Don't forget, pinkies up!

Kennewick is a sporting town. Grab a local brewski instead of a glass of wine and head out to the ball - or puck - game. If you like hockey or football, both the Western Hockey League and the Indoor Football League play in Kennewick's Toyota Center, which hosts many regional teams, year round. Outdoors, get your thrill on with hydroplane racing on the Columbia. Or join the Titanium or Plutonium Man triathalons. Yes, even Marvel Comics Iron Man super hero would have his competition cut out for him at this yearly event. The race follows an Olympic distance format, with a 1.5 km swim, 10km run, and a 40 km bike event, sanctions by the USA Triathlon.

Prefer a less daunting sport? Try your skill with a dart and a balloon at the yearly Benton-Franklin County Fair. Or watch skilled cowboys wrangle "extreme bulls," or drivers on edge plough through the Demolition Derby. National touring talent performs, theres a midway, kids rides, and of course a wine garden at this annual event. What more could you ask for?

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Kennewick
The remains of a prehistoric man dubbed Kennewick Man were found on the banks of the Columbia River here in Kennewick, WA in 1996, but there's nothing prehistoric about this lively community.
The remains of a prehistoric man dubbed Kennewick Man were found on the banks of the Columbia River here in Kennewick, WA in 1996, but there's nothing prehistoric about this lively community.

Not far from the Oregon border, on the banks of the beautiful and broad Columbia River, Kennewick, WA is a bustling city of just over 76,000, located near the Hanford nuclear site. The city is part of a Tri City area including the towns of Pasco and Richland. Dubbed by Forbes magazine as the number two area in the U.S. for job growth, major industries here include the scientific arena of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the agricultural growth of area farmland. Okay, so it's a bit of a farm town, but who says farm towns can't be exciting? Kennewick is the largest of the Tri-City communities in south eastern Washington. With a relatively low cost of living and over 300 days of sunshine yearly, this attractive community draws an eclectic mix of both blue collar and white collar residents and industries to the banks of the Columbia River on which it is built. No whining allowed - nearby you'll find over 160 wineries within 50 miles of town. Pick up a bottle of pinot and picnic along the river bank, or indulge in biking, hiking, fishing or boating.

Moving to Kennewick

"Kennewick" is a Native American word meaning "grassy place." And the name is apt. Mild winters keep the area green and grassy year round. You can truly say the grass is greener over in Kennewick. Lewis and Clark made their trail through the area, and saw that the fertile banks of the Columbia River were a natural place to establish a town, and in the late 1800's, steamboats plied the river and railroads crossed the land, connecting Kennewick to Pasco and other towns. And speaking of connections, through the Dalles-Celilo Canal, Kennwick is connected to the Pacific Ocean.

You'll find Kennewick supports a workforce in service, management, manufacturing, and administrative support. Overall middle income and ethnically diverse, Kennewick has a good mix of Caucasian, Hispanic, and Asian residents, some with ancestry traceable to Germany, Ireland, and Norway.

Moving to Kennewick
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"Kennewick" is a Native American word meaning "grassy place." And the name is apt. Mild winters keep the area green and grassy year round. You can truly say the grass is greener over in Kennewick. Lewis and Clark made their trail through the area, and saw that the fertile banks of the Columbia River were a natural place to establish a town, and in the late 1800's, steamboats plied the river and railroads crossed the land, connecting Kennewick to Pasco and other towns. And speaking of connections, through the Dalles-Celilo Canal, Kennwick is connected to the Pacific Ocean.

You'll find Kennewick supports a workforce in service, management, manufacturing, and administrative support. Overall middle income and ethnically diverse, Kennewick has a good mix of Caucasian, Hispanic, and Asian residents, some with ancestry traceable to Germany, Ireland, and Norway.

Neighborhoods

Badger: This Kennewick neighborhood classifies as rural - plenty of land between residences, many of which are single family three bedroom homes and larger homes, or mobile home properties. Many are new, built after 1970 to present. With a scarce vacancy rate, you'll want to start your apartment search early if this open, tree lined community is the one for you. This is a community with high real estate values and an educated, executive lifestyle among the residents.Commuting time to those executive positions? 15 to 30 minutes.

Finley: Suburban in nature, Finley offers apartment homes in all sizes, including studio and one bedroom apartments. There are also single family homes and mobile homes. Properties skew somewhat older, with units built anywhere from 1940 to 1999. Many residents are employed in fishing or agricultural industries. There are a substantial number of pleasant mobile home parks in this middle income section of Kennewick.

City Center: More urban than other Kennwick communities, properties here range from apartment complexes and high rises to single family homes. Many renters in the middle income and lower income categories occupy this part of town, with dwellings running the age gamut from 1940 to 1999. Small boutique shops, wine bars, local brew pubs, and ethnic cafes dot the area. Singles and families alike are comfortable here.

Port of Kennewick: Like City Center, this is also an urban area, with a mix of small to medium single family homes and mobile homes as well as smaller apartment complexes. Many residences are older, and there is a higher vacancy rate here than in other parts of town - you'll find it easier to find apartment rentals. Many employed by the fishing industry reside here. With a strong Danish and Finnish ancestry shared among residents, this is the place to find great Danish pastries with your morning coffee. Highland: A suburban community with many modern single family homes, this upper middle income community has a quiet feel, and supports a mix of families and married couples.

Neighborhoods
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Badger: This Kennewick neighborhood classifies as rural - plenty of land between residences, many of which are single family three bedroom homes and larger homes, or mobile home properties. Many are new, built after 1970 to present. With a scarce vacancy rate, you'll want to start your apartment search early if this open, tree lined community is the one for you. This is a community with high real estate values and an educated, executive lifestyle among the residents.Commuting time to those executive positions? 15 to 30 minutes.

Finley: Suburban in nature, Finley offers apartment homes in all sizes, including studio and one bedroom apartments. There are also single family homes and mobile homes. Properties skew somewhat older, with units built anywhere from 1940 to 1999. Many residents are employed in fishing or agricultural industries. There are a substantial number of pleasant mobile home parks in this middle income section of Kennewick.

City Center: More urban than other Kennwick communities, properties here range from apartment complexes and high rises to single family homes. Many renters in the middle income and lower income categories occupy this part of town, with dwellings running the age gamut from 1940 to 1999. Small boutique shops, wine bars, local brew pubs, and ethnic cafes dot the area. Singles and families alike are comfortable here.

Port of Kennewick: Like City Center, this is also an urban area, with a mix of small to medium single family homes and mobile homes as well as smaller apartment complexes. Many residences are older, and there is a higher vacancy rate here than in other parts of town - you'll find it easier to find apartment rentals. Many employed by the fishing industry reside here. With a strong Danish and Finnish ancestry shared among residents, this is the place to find great Danish pastries with your morning coffee. Highland: A suburban community with many modern single family homes, this upper middle income community has a quiet feel, and supports a mix of families and married couples.

Living in Kennewick

Kennewick's downtown area is its historic core. And that history is getting a new lease on life as new businesses spring up including art galleries, boutique shops, local brew pubs, and local sourced dining. Pedestrians are reaping the benefit of a newly walkable destination downtown, and public artwork has sprung up creating and arty and interesting environment.From massive outdoor bronze sculptures to wine bars and cafes, downtown Kennewick is a destination desired by many in the tri-city area.

A 9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Monument is also located in Kennewick. Featuring one of the salvaged World Trade Center vertical support columns weighing in at over 6000 pounds, this memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the 2001 tragedy. The memorial houses an area for quiet contemplation.

The entire Tri-City area features wineries throughout the Columbia Valley. Outlying areas of Kennewick has over 20 wineries, 6 wine bars, and several annual wine tasting events. Less than 20 minutes to the west, you'll find more wineries at Red Mountain. Both a draw for tourists and locals, wine festivals come Harvest time are exceedingly popular. Red wine and chocolate pairing events always draw a crowd. Cabernet and cacao anyone? Jazz nights, spring and fall barrel tastings, and holiday wine walks are scattered throughout the year. Don't forget, pinkies up!

Kennewick is a sporting town. Grab a local brewski instead of a glass of wine and head out to the ball - or puck - game. If you like hockey or football, both the Western Hockey League and the Indoor Football League play in Kennewick's Toyota Center, which hosts many regional teams, year round. Outdoors, get your thrill on with hydroplane racing on the Columbia. Or join the Titanium or Plutonium Man triathalons. Yes, even Marvel Comics Iron Man super hero would have his competition cut out for him at this yearly event. The race follows an Olympic distance format, with a 1.5 km swim, 10km run, and a 40 km bike event, sanctions by the USA Triathlon.

Prefer a less daunting sport? Try your skill with a dart and a balloon at the yearly Benton-Franklin County Fair. Or watch skilled cowboys wrangle "extreme bulls," or drivers on edge plough through the Demolition Derby. National touring talent performs, theres a midway, kids rides, and of course a wine garden at this annual event. What more could you ask for?

Living in Kennewick
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Kennewick's downtown area is its historic core. And that history is getting a new lease on life as new businesses spring up including art galleries, boutique shops, local brew pubs, and local sourced dining. Pedestrians are reaping the benefit of a newly walkable destination downtown, and public artwork has sprung up creating and arty and interesting environment.From massive outdoor bronze sculptures to wine bars and cafes, downtown Kennewick is a destination desired by many in the tri-city area.

A 9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Monument is also located in Kennewick. Featuring one of the salvaged World Trade Center vertical support columns weighing in at over 6000 pounds, this memorial is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the 2001 tragedy. The memorial houses an area for quiet contemplation.

The entire Tri-City area features wineries throughout the Columbia Valley. Outlying areas of Kennewick has over 20 wineries, 6 wine bars, and several annual wine tasting events. Less than 20 minutes to the west, you'll find more wineries at Red Mountain. Both a draw for tourists and locals, wine festivals come Harvest time are exceedingly popular. Red wine and chocolate pairing events always draw a crowd. Cabernet and cacao anyone? Jazz nights, spring and fall barrel tastings, and holiday wine walks are scattered throughout the year. Don't forget, pinkies up!

Kennewick is a sporting town. Grab a local brewski instead of a glass of wine and head out to the ball - or puck - game. If you like hockey or football, both the Western Hockey League and the Indoor Football League play in Kennewick's Toyota Center, which hosts many regional teams, year round. Outdoors, get your thrill on with hydroplane racing on the Columbia. Or join the Titanium or Plutonium Man triathalons. Yes, even Marvel Comics Iron Man super hero would have his competition cut out for him at this yearly event. The race follows an Olympic distance format, with a 1.5 km swim, 10km run, and a 40 km bike event, sanctions by the USA Triathlon.

Prefer a less daunting sport? Try your skill with a dart and a balloon at the yearly Benton-Franklin County Fair. Or watch skilled cowboys wrangle "extreme bulls," or drivers on edge plough through the Demolition Derby. National touring talent performs, theres a midway, kids rides, and of course a wine garden at this annual event. What more could you ask for?