Green Bay, WI: 28 apartments available for rent

Last updated May 28 at 2:00AM
937 Kellogg St
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 26 at 1:48AM
2 Bedrooms
$800
441 S Quincy St
Navarino
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 1:59AM
1 Bedroom
$450
717 Pine St
Downtown Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 1:45AM
1 Bedroom
$465
2116 Harold St
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 1:46AM
1 Bedroom
$460
2262 Eastman Ave
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 2:00AM
1 Bedroom
$495
208 S Chestnut Ave
Seymour Park
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 1:47AM
1 Bedroom
$500
2124 Harold St
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 1:46AM
1 Bedroom
$500
473 St Bernard Dr
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 2:00AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,095
1508 Western Ave
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 1:57AM
2 Bedrooms
$635
425 S Monroe Ave
Navarino
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 1:59AM
1 Bedroom
$675
937 Kellogg St
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 27 at 2:37AM
1 Bedroom
$700
1405 S Taylor St
John Muir Park
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 27 at 2:32AM
2 Bedrooms
$625
1273 Klaus St
Olde North
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 25 at 12:15PM
2 Bedrooms
$600
811 S Oakland Ave
Tank Park
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 25 at 5:57PM
3 Bedrooms
$995
425 S Monroe Ave
Navarino
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 27 at 5:36PM
Studio
$545
2760 Allouez Ave
Bellevue
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 7 at 1:45PM
3 Bedrooms
$1,175
2126 Harold St
Green Bay
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 24 at 5:59PM
1 Bedroom
$500
241 S Broadway
Seymour Park
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 2:00AM
1 Bedroom
$695
1222 Thorndale St
Lombardi
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 28 at 2:00AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,400
207 S Maple Ave
Seymour Park
Green Bay, WI
Updated May 25 at 1:42AM
3 Bedrooms
$875
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City Guide
Green Bay
Not Always a “Frozen Tundra”

Despite popular opinion, Green Bay is not, in fact, the American mainland’s answer to Fairbanks, Alaska. Yes, the winters, as any lifelong Wisconsinite will tell you, are downright brutal, but so are the winters in Chicago, New York, Boston, and dozens of other cities in the U.S. Green Bay actually enjoys four distinct seasons, with spring and summer temperatures routinely creeping into the 80s, so don’t let the (untrue) rumors of year-round ice and snow scare you away.

Hint: If you come across a landlord who’s willing to front your heating and cooling bills (which is rare but not unheard of), you probably shouldn’t hesitate to seal the deal (unless, of course, there’s something disconcerting about the apartment).

Bumming around Titletown

If you don’t mind spending a solid chunk of your day hanging out on a bus station bench, we recommend hopping aboard the Green Bay Metro buses, which service much of the city. Still, to work, shop, dine, play, and tailgate at Lambeau Field effectively, having your own set of wheels is imperative. Fortunately, traffic in Green Bay is generally child’s play compared to many other mid-sized cities, and parking is ample, even in the downtown area.

Saving those Green Bay Greenbacks

One nice thing about living in Titletown is its affordability. The cost of living is nearly ten percent less than the national average, and even spacious apartments (1000-plus square feet) can easily be found in the $600-$700 range.

Tips for Tenants

A few things to keep in mind before signing the dotted line for your Green Bay dream pad:

Apartments aren’t hard to come by in Green Bay, so you can afford to scour the market leisurely for the best deals. You’re also highly unlikely to encounter waiting lists or overly stringent renting requirements. Read your lease carefully (and do some preliminary research) before scheduling a visit to an apartment complex.

Several complexes feature 3-BR units with 1300 or more square feet, and most properties offer free tenant parking, on-site laundry facilities, fitness centers, pools, and other top-notch amenities. The interesting thing is that only a couple hundred bucks a month can be the difference between a basic studio pad and a modern luxury apartment/loft/townhouse with all the bells and whistles.

Take your move-in checklist dead seriously. A common mistake renters make is assuming their new digs are in tip-top shape, only to find out later that an appliance is faulty, a pipe or showerhead leaks or drips, a toilet constantly runs, a window doesn’t close or lock properly, or a ceiling is splotched with watermarks. Mark down even the most minor blemishes on your checklist, take a picture, and bring an objective friend along to help with your inspection. Remember that your move-in deposit is generally returnable only if you keep your place up to par.

Choose your neighborhood first, your apartment second. Green Bay’s various neighborhoods can have different looks and feels, so spend plenty of time in an area of town, making sure you’re comfortable with its vibes, before committing to a lease. Most of the city’s neighborhoods (Tremble, Allouez, and Bellevue, among others) are largely suburban, while other parts, like Suamico, have a more rural ambiance. The Astor Park neighborhood features a variety of historic homes (including some available for rent), while leasers who desire an urban atmosphere may find themselves right at home in the revitalized Broadway District.

And now for the fun part: Finding you the domicile of your dreams! So stick with us, because your future apartment in Green Bay is just a few simple clicks away …