Overview of Troy
If you're looking for rich history, pristine surroundings and beautiful buildings, Troy apartments for rent can be your ticket to the idyllic region of upstate New York. As the hometown of iconic Uncle Sam, the city's official website says Troy is "an eclectic, historic urban community that's rich in opportunities to make a difference." Residents of Troy apartments are very welcoming of newcomers, urging each other to enjoy the best of urban convenience in a small-town environment. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Troy is home to about 50,000 residents.
Living in Troy
Making a home in one of the Troy apartments for rent is an easy way to experience one of the most dynamic cities in the United States. The town received its name in 1789, and with a location on the Hudson River and Erie Canal, Troy was able to flourish as a hub for transportation and commerce. Troy quickly became a center of innovation in the region and experienced a population explosion, but in the years since, the city's growth has leveled off. However, Troy's charming architecture, unspoiled waterfront, attractive walkways and vibrant heritage make it a perfect option for those seeking an enriching lifestyle.
Troy Apartments and Cost of Living
When you've secured one of the many eligible Troy apartments for rent, you'll be able to take advantage of all that this fine city has to offer. For its local amenities, laid-back environment and easy access to schools, public transit and entertainment, Troy received an AreaVibes livability score of 70, meaning it's a "Very Livable" community. Here, residents looking at apartments in Troy for rent can expect to pay prices that are on par with the national average, including $3.81 for a gallon of gasoline, $1.96 for a gallon of milk and $1.57 for a loaf of bread.
Apartments in Troy Work and Study
Troy apartments are located within the Capital District of New York, which encompasses Albany, Troy, Schenectady and Saratoga Springs, and offers a wealth of business opportunities for local professionals. According to the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce, top employers in the area include Express Scripts, Environmental Service Systems, LaCorte Companies, Integrated Book Technology and Pioneer Bank.
The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Sage Colleges are located in Troy, and joined by a number of educational opportunities located nine miles away in the city of Albany. Many local residents commute to classes at the College of Saint Rose, Maria College, Siena College or the State University of New York, Albany, among other local schools.
Albany, NY (Beverwyck, West Hill)
$575 - $870
40 Units 0-2 Beds 0 Baths
Albany, NY (Dowtown)
$333 - $730
99 Units 0-1 Bed 0 Baths