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7 Apartments for rent in New Richmond, WI

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107 S. Knowles Ave-207
107 South Knowles Avenue
New Richmond, WI
1 Bedroom
$850
648 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:33 PM
20 Unit Multi-Familly/2 Commercial Units This property was built in 1913 by Edward O'Malley as the New Richmond Hotel. It replaced the Nicollet House, which had been destroyed by the deadly cyclone on June 12, 1899.
1 Unit Available
107 S. Knowles Ave-211
107 S Knowles Ave
New Richmond, WI
Studio
$750
352 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated January 17 at 10:33 PM
20 Unit Multi-Familly/2 Commercial Units This property was built in 1913 by Edward O'Malley as the New Richmond Hotel. It replaced the Nicollet House, which had been destroyed by the deadly cyclone on June 12, 1899.
1 Unit Available
1477 South Knowles Avenue
1477 Wisconsin Highway 65
New Richmond, WI
Studio
$1,008
417 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:32 PM
Unit 105 sits on the first level of the New Richmond Business Center. All inclusive lease. Just pay your internet and phone.
1 Unit Available
927 Johnson Drive
927 Johnson Drive
New Richmond, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
990 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 927 Johnson Drive in New Richmond. View photos, descriptions and more!
Results within 1 mile of New Richmond
1 Unit Available
1215 Creekwood Drive
1215 Creekwood Drive
St. Croix County, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
1410 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:06 PM
One level living with this former "Topaz" model home. All finished areas are one level. This fine home offers all appliances including the washer and dryer. Let's see this home today!
Results within 5 miles of New Richmond
1 Unit Available
841 Juniper Drive
841 Juniper Dr
Somerset, WI
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1968 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:06 PM
Almost new 2 story 3 bedrooms 3 baths upper level laundry, all appliances full lookout unfinished lower level.
Results within 10 miles of New Richmond
1 Unit Available
903 Fraser Ln
903 Fraser Lane
St. Croix County, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
This Willow River Twin Home has 3 acres of outdoor space for you and your household to relax with your pets after a long day. With plenty of room for 3 king size beds, an office and much more.
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How much is rent in New Richmond?
Apartment Rentals in New Richmond start at $750/month.
How much is rent in New Richmond?
Apartment Rentals in New Richmond start at $750/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in New Richmond?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some New Richmond 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.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some New Richmond 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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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in New Richmond.
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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in New Richmond.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around New Richmond. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Concordia University-Saint Paul, Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul College, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and Macalester College.
How can I find off-campus housing in New Richmond?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around New Richmond. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Concordia University-Saint Paul, Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul College, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and Macalester College.

City Guide

New Richmond
New Richmond, Wisconsin is known as the city that was built twice.
New Richmond, Wisconsin is known as the city that was built twice.

New Richmond locals are said to have built their city twice. Located in the spectacular St Croix Valley and home to 8,375 people living on 9.35 square miles of land, the city was the unwilling host of an F5 tornado that decimated most areas of the city. The people's grit and strength proved to be stronger still as they rebuild the home they fondly call "The City Beautiful." If you feel that you belong with such human fortitude and spirit, find a home for rent in New Richmond and settle here.

Moving to New Richmond

Leaving the house you're living in right now and settling in a new one can be a very intimidating process. Let's take some burden off that task by laying the essential groundwork.

Thank the Heavens for Your Car

You do have one, don't you? Like most small cities, New Richmond doesn't have public transportation to get you anywhere, so you're practically dependent on your own car to function in this city. And yep, save for Main Street, most areas in this city aren't walkable too so get comfy behind that steering wheel.

Prepare for Battle

That is, when you're looking for ideal rental homes in New Richmond. Tornadoes don't seem to scare people away and there's a short supply of houses. You just have to take comfort in the fact that almost half of the population here are renters (or maybe that's not a comforting fact, after all). Given that, give yourself ample time (about two months, give or take) to find a suitable place in this city.

Fast Wins the Battle

Since renters are on the unfavorable side of the law of supply and demand, preparation pays off. Don't sit on a decision when you've just been given a glimpse of an excellent apartment; otherwise, some other smart renters will snatch it out of your hands. That's why you need to have your picture ID, rental history and proof of income with you at all times when you go apartment hunting. And don't get offended when landlords require you to go through a credit check either. Just get on with it and win that house.

Moving to New Richmond
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Leaving the house you're living in right now and settling in a new one can be a very intimidating process. Let's take some burden off that task by laying the essential groundwork.

Thank the Heavens for Your Car

You do have one, don't you? Like most small cities, New Richmond doesn't have public transportation to get you anywhere, so you're practically dependent on your own car to function in this city. And yep, save for Main Street, most areas in this city aren't walkable too so get comfy behind that steering wheel.

Prepare for Battle

That is, when you're looking for ideal rental homes in New Richmond. Tornadoes don't seem to scare people away and there's a short supply of houses. You just have to take comfort in the fact that almost half of the population here are renters (or maybe that's not a comforting fact, after all). Given that, give yourself ample time (about two months, give or take) to find a suitable place in this city.

Fast Wins the Battle

Since renters are on the unfavorable side of the law of supply and demand, preparation pays off. Don't sit on a decision when you've just been given a glimpse of an excellent apartment; otherwise, some other smart renters will snatch it out of your hands. That's why you need to have your picture ID, rental history and proof of income with you at all times when you go apartment hunting. And don't get offended when landlords require you to go through a credit check either. Just get on with it and win that house.

New Richmond Neighborhoods

Get to know the different neighborhoods and their characteristics so you know which area to find your new rental home in New Richmond.

City Center: The center of all the buzz in New Richmond is right here in this neighborhood. If you're looking for studio pads or one-bedroom apartment, this area is your best bet. The City Center is home to Heritage Center, Paper Jack Park, and Mary Park and Lake.

Deer Park: If you think wildlife and nature make good neighbors, this rural neighborhood is heaven here on earth. This is home to many farms, mobile homes, Betterly Waterfowl Production Area, Cylon State Wildlife, Oakridge Lake and Waterfowl Production Area.

N Knowles Avenue /N 4th Street: Located adjacent to the City Center, this neighborhood has many high-rise apartments, town homes, and apartment complexes. This is home to New Richmond Golf Course, Hatfield Lake and Park, Westfields Hospital, and Monette Park.

New Richmond Neighborhoods
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Get to know the different neighborhoods and their characteristics so you know which area to find your new rental home in New Richmond.

City Center: The center of all the buzz in New Richmond is right here in this neighborhood. If you're looking for studio pads or one-bedroom apartment, this area is your best bet. The City Center is home to Heritage Center, Paper Jack Park, and Mary Park and Lake.

Deer Park: If you think wildlife and nature make good neighbors, this rural neighborhood is heaven here on earth. This is home to many farms, mobile homes, Betterly Waterfowl Production Area, Cylon State Wildlife, Oakridge Lake and Waterfowl Production Area.

N Knowles Avenue /N 4th Street: Located adjacent to the City Center, this neighborhood has many high-rise apartments, town homes, and apartment complexes. This is home to New Richmond Golf Course, Hatfield Lake and Park, Westfields Hospital, and Monette Park.

Living in New Richmond

New Richmond appreciates the arts and certainly knows how to host a party for its residents and visitors. The Park Art Fair is an evidence of this. During this annual event, craftsmen and artist get to display their works at Mary Park. The Blues and Brews Fest is one of the major attractions of the festival, where visitors are treated to the wonderful mix of blues music as well as handcrafted wine and beer. Aside from this fair, the city also hosts the Annual Fun Fest, weekend party of carnivals, entertainment, food, parade, and tournaments.

What truly makes New Richmond alluring is its natural beauty. Anyone who loves the outdoors will be spoiled senseless with the city's many parks and lakes. If you want to go fishing, there's Mary Park and Hatfield Lake. There are lots of trails for those who wish to go hiking and biking as well.

And if you're longing for the kind of adrenaline-pumping action that only big cities can offer, Minneapolis is just an hour's drive away. How about that for having the best of scenic natural landscapes and cityscapes? But before enjoying any of that, get yourself a home to rent first. Have fun!

Living in New Richmond
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New Richmond appreciates the arts and certainly knows how to host a party for its residents and visitors. The Park Art Fair is an evidence of this. During this annual event, craftsmen and artist get to display their works at Mary Park. The Blues and Brews Fest is one of the major attractions of the festival, where visitors are treated to the wonderful mix of blues music as well as handcrafted wine and beer. Aside from this fair, the city also hosts the Annual Fun Fest, weekend party of carnivals, entertainment, food, parade, and tournaments.

What truly makes New Richmond alluring is its natural beauty. Anyone who loves the outdoors will be spoiled senseless with the city's many parks and lakes. If you want to go fishing, there's Mary Park and Hatfield Lake. There are lots of trails for those who wish to go hiking and biking as well.

And if you're longing for the kind of adrenaline-pumping action that only big cities can offer, Minneapolis is just an hour's drive away. How about that for having the best of scenic natural landscapes and cityscapes? But before enjoying any of that, get yourself a home to rent first. Have fun!

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City Guide

New Richmond
New Richmond, Wisconsin is known as the city that was built twice.
New Richmond, Wisconsin is known as the city that was built twice.

New Richmond locals are said to have built their city twice. Located in the spectacular St Croix Valley and home to 8,375 people living on 9.35 square miles of land, the city was the unwilling host of an F5 tornado that decimated most areas of the city. The people's grit and strength proved to be stronger still as they rebuild the home they fondly call "The City Beautiful." If you feel that you belong with such human fortitude and spirit, find a home for rent in New Richmond and settle here.

Moving to New Richmond

Leaving the house you're living in right now and settling in a new one can be a very intimidating process. Let's take some burden off that task by laying the essential groundwork.

Thank the Heavens for Your Car

You do have one, don't you? Like most small cities, New Richmond doesn't have public transportation to get you anywhere, so you're practically dependent on your own car to function in this city. And yep, save for Main Street, most areas in this city aren't walkable too so get comfy behind that steering wheel.

Prepare for Battle

That is, when you're looking for ideal rental homes in New Richmond. Tornadoes don't seem to scare people away and there's a short supply of houses. You just have to take comfort in the fact that almost half of the population here are renters (or maybe that's not a comforting fact, after all). Given that, give yourself ample time (about two months, give or take) to find a suitable place in this city.

Fast Wins the Battle

Since renters are on the unfavorable side of the law of supply and demand, preparation pays off. Don't sit on a decision when you've just been given a glimpse of an excellent apartment; otherwise, some other smart renters will snatch it out of your hands. That's why you need to have your picture ID, rental history and proof of income with you at all times when you go apartment hunting. And don't get offended when landlords require you to go through a credit check either. Just get on with it and win that house.

Moving to New Richmond
+

Leaving the house you're living in right now and settling in a new one can be a very intimidating process. Let's take some burden off that task by laying the essential groundwork.

Thank the Heavens for Your Car

You do have one, don't you? Like most small cities, New Richmond doesn't have public transportation to get you anywhere, so you're practically dependent on your own car to function in this city. And yep, save for Main Street, most areas in this city aren't walkable too so get comfy behind that steering wheel.

Prepare for Battle

That is, when you're looking for ideal rental homes in New Richmond. Tornadoes don't seem to scare people away and there's a short supply of houses. You just have to take comfort in the fact that almost half of the population here are renters (or maybe that's not a comforting fact, after all). Given that, give yourself ample time (about two months, give or take) to find a suitable place in this city.

Fast Wins the Battle

Since renters are on the unfavorable side of the law of supply and demand, preparation pays off. Don't sit on a decision when you've just been given a glimpse of an excellent apartment; otherwise, some other smart renters will snatch it out of your hands. That's why you need to have your picture ID, rental history and proof of income with you at all times when you go apartment hunting. And don't get offended when landlords require you to go through a credit check either. Just get on with it and win that house.

New Richmond Neighborhoods

Get to know the different neighborhoods and their characteristics so you know which area to find your new rental home in New Richmond.

City Center: The center of all the buzz in New Richmond is right here in this neighborhood. If you're looking for studio pads or one-bedroom apartment, this area is your best bet. The City Center is home to Heritage Center, Paper Jack Park, and Mary Park and Lake.

Deer Park: If you think wildlife and nature make good neighbors, this rural neighborhood is heaven here on earth. This is home to many farms, mobile homes, Betterly Waterfowl Production Area, Cylon State Wildlife, Oakridge Lake and Waterfowl Production Area.

N Knowles Avenue /N 4th Street: Located adjacent to the City Center, this neighborhood has many high-rise apartments, town homes, and apartment complexes. This is home to New Richmond Golf Course, Hatfield Lake and Park, Westfields Hospital, and Monette Park.

New Richmond Neighborhoods
+

Get to know the different neighborhoods and their characteristics so you know which area to find your new rental home in New Richmond.

City Center: The center of all the buzz in New Richmond is right here in this neighborhood. If you're looking for studio pads or one-bedroom apartment, this area is your best bet. The City Center is home to Heritage Center, Paper Jack Park, and Mary Park and Lake.

Deer Park: If you think wildlife and nature make good neighbors, this rural neighborhood is heaven here on earth. This is home to many farms, mobile homes, Betterly Waterfowl Production Area, Cylon State Wildlife, Oakridge Lake and Waterfowl Production Area.

N Knowles Avenue /N 4th Street: Located adjacent to the City Center, this neighborhood has many high-rise apartments, town homes, and apartment complexes. This is home to New Richmond Golf Course, Hatfield Lake and Park, Westfields Hospital, and Monette Park.

Living in New Richmond

New Richmond appreciates the arts and certainly knows how to host a party for its residents and visitors. The Park Art Fair is an evidence of this. During this annual event, craftsmen and artist get to display their works at Mary Park. The Blues and Brews Fest is one of the major attractions of the festival, where visitors are treated to the wonderful mix of blues music as well as handcrafted wine and beer. Aside from this fair, the city also hosts the Annual Fun Fest, weekend party of carnivals, entertainment, food, parade, and tournaments.

What truly makes New Richmond alluring is its natural beauty. Anyone who loves the outdoors will be spoiled senseless with the city's many parks and lakes. If you want to go fishing, there's Mary Park and Hatfield Lake. There are lots of trails for those who wish to go hiking and biking as well.

And if you're longing for the kind of adrenaline-pumping action that only big cities can offer, Minneapolis is just an hour's drive away. How about that for having the best of scenic natural landscapes and cityscapes? But before enjoying any of that, get yourself a home to rent first. Have fun!

Living in New Richmond
+

New Richmond appreciates the arts and certainly knows how to host a party for its residents and visitors. The Park Art Fair is an evidence of this. During this annual event, craftsmen and artist get to display their works at Mary Park. The Blues and Brews Fest is one of the major attractions of the festival, where visitors are treated to the wonderful mix of blues music as well as handcrafted wine and beer. Aside from this fair, the city also hosts the Annual Fun Fest, weekend party of carnivals, entertainment, food, parade, and tournaments.

What truly makes New Richmond alluring is its natural beauty. Anyone who loves the outdoors will be spoiled senseless with the city's many parks and lakes. If you want to go fishing, there's Mary Park and Hatfield Lake. There are lots of trails for those who wish to go hiking and biking as well.

And if you're longing for the kind of adrenaline-pumping action that only big cities can offer, Minneapolis is just an hour's drive away. How about that for having the best of scenic natural landscapes and cityscapes? But before enjoying any of that, get yourself a home to rent first. Have fun!