Apartments for Rent in seattle, washington

Living in Seattle

It's the birthplace of Starbucks®, home to the iconic salmon-slinging fish mongers of Pike Place Market and a cultural beacon of the Pacific Northwest. Welcome to Seattle, Washington! Whether you're a current resident of the city or are moving to the city for the short-term, you'll find that Seattle never ceases to amaze you with new restaurants, interesting sites, and exciting festivals.

As the largest city in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle is known for many things, including its floating bridges, underground cities, hidden stairways, plethora of roundabouts, and being the birthplace of grunge music. Seattle residents enjoy the best culture that city life offers, and all against the stunning backdrop of Mount Rainier, a 14,000 ft. volcano that's visible from almost anywhere in downtown Seattle! Forests, water, and mountains are never too far off either. Downtown Seattle sits on a hilly strip of land nestled between the Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Orcas, seals, and waterfowl can often be spotted on early morning ferry rides and from the pier near Pike Place Market.

Renting in Seattle: Furnished Apartments, Studios & Short-Term Rentals

Whatever your housing situation may be, you'll find a solution on ApartmentSearch.com. From corporate housing in downtown Seattle to furnished short term rentals near Queen Anne, we've got you covered! Renting an apartment in Seattle is easy, whether you're arriving with a truckload of stuff or need to find a cheap fully furnished apartment for rent.

Unfurnished apartments in Seattle rent for an average of $2,154, with 1-bedroom apartments renting for approximately $1,980 per month and 2-bedroom apartments renting for about $2,796 (as of August 2016). The priciest neighborhoods for renters in Seattle include Downtown, Loyal Heights, and South Lake Union. Cheap Seattle apartments can typically be found in Pinehurst, Brighton, and Victory Heights.

Moving to Seattle

Are you packing your bags and boxes for Seattle? You're not the only one. Seattle's intoxicating culture and booming tech scene are drawing new residents from near and far. What's more, the city is attracting more than young professionals looking to launch their careers at tech titans like Microsoft, Amazon, Adobe, Google, and Boeing. Retirees are flocking to the "Emerald City" as well. Seattle was voted America's #1 best city for a healthy retirement and the second best city for seniors.

Time to grab your rain poncho! Browse recently listed apartments for rent in Seattle below, compare fully furnished apartments, get pricing on rental furniture in Seattle, and more, all on ApartmentSearch. Don't forget to mention us when you move in too—you could be eligible for up to $200 in rewards!