In Pennsylvania, Rent.com has apartments in:
- Bryn Mawr
- Camp Hill
- King of Prussia
Featured Apartments in Pennsylvania
Exceptionally stylish apartments feature designer touches...Whirlpool appliances, brushed nickel hardware, premium windows with views...
Mount Joy PA, 17552
Heat, hot water, and cooking gas included in rent...24 hour on-site emergency maintenance...
Conshohocken PA, 19428
Methacton School District...Convieninently located to local shopping and public transportation...Discounted Gym Membership to Kinetix's Sports Club!
Eagleville PA, 19408
Conveniently located within walking distance of shopping center. Free water, gas heat, and cooking gas. Central air conditioning.
Fairless Hills PA, 19030
Conveniently located near major highways and a bus system that links you to the area's best shopping, fine dining, and much more...Newly renovated Clubhouse for your special occasions...24 hour resident maintenance staff...
Whitehall PA, 18052
Located in convenient King of Prussia is Henderson Square, a luxurious rental community! Park in a covered carport and enter your new apartment through your own private covered entrance. Modern kitchens with 42-inch cabinets, 9' ceilings, your own balcony or patio, window blinds, gas fireplace and washer & dryer in all homes. Close to historic Valley Forge National Park, walk-to shopping, The King of Prussia Mall, Valley Forge Casino and other popular area attractions.
King of Prussia PA, 19406
Come see why our residents call Millview Apartment Homes HOME.
Coatesville PA, 19320
Welcome home to Norris Hills!
Norristown PA, 19401
Great Location, Set in the Natural of Beauty of York County, Yet Close to Everything...Fully Equipped Kitchen...Washer and Dryer in Every Apartment...
Hellam PA, 17406
Great lifestyle In A Great Location...Comfort, Convenience, Unique...Peaceful Setting With Great Convenience... Visit Our Website at www.englishvillage.net
Horsham PA, 19454
From bustling big cities to quiet rural towns, peaceful farms and churches to exciting tourist destinations and state parks, Pennsylvania is a diverse region of great scenic beauty and plenty of hometown charm.
What to Expect
The steel industry is an important component of Pennsylvania's economy, although in recent years many other industries have gained prominence, including service, retail and manufacturing. The state's 59,000 farms (spread out over nearly 8 million acres) are also a significant factor in the state's economy. Farm products include dairy, cattle, mushrooms, poultry, corn, potatoes, maple syrup—and, most fun of all—Christmas trees. For locals who celebrate the holiday, a big part of the holiday season is selecting a tree to grace their living room. Tourism is another industry generating a lot of income for the state. In additional to the historical and cultural attractions within the state's major cities, Gettysburg National Military Park, Valley Forge National Historical Park and the Pennsylvania Dutch region are all major destinations.
And what about the cost of living? Pennsylvania's cost of living is right at the national average, with housing prices--including apartments for rent--coming in at only 1% above the average.
Where to Explore
Pennsylvania is home to the large metropolitan areas of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, the resort areas in the Poconos, and the rural towns and farmland of central Pennsylvania. You'll find most options for apartment rentals in the larger cities.
Harrisburg Apartments Capital of Pennsylvania since 1827, Harrisburg is a center for commerce, transportation and administration for the state. It manufactures metals, processed foods and electronics, among other products. The city's most famous landmark is the capitol building, built in the Italian Renaissance style and modeled after St. Peter's in Rome. Harrisburg's residents also enjoy the city's numerous parks, museums and historic sites. Housing costs are more affordable than in the larger city of Philadelphia. In Harrisburg, the median rent for apartments is $575 per month.
Philadelphia Apartments Known both as the City of Brotherly Love and Birthplace of the Nation, Philadelphia is a city steeped in history and filled with modern diversity and opportunity. With a population of 1.5 million residents, Philadelphia is the fifth-largest city in the United States, as well as a leading commercial and cultural center for the nation. Its diversified industries include petrochemicals, electrical appliances and machinery, scientific instruments and clothing. Newer industries include healthcare and biotechnology. Residents here appreciate the historical sites, cutting-edge shopping, world-class museums, eclectic restaurants and comfortable green parks. And, of course, the famous Philly cheesesteak. The University of Pennsylvania brings vibrancy to the city, as well as lots of students to enjoy the hopping nightlife down on South Street. All this good living comes at a price, though; the overall cost of living is 27% above the national average, and apartments for rent are no exception. You'll find the most expensive apartments in the state in Philadelphia, with median rents at $650 per month.
Pittsburgh Apartments With 325,000 residents, Pittsburgh is the second-largest city in Pennsylvania. In the 19th century, Pittsburgh was the foremost industrial city of the nation, famous especially for its steel industry. Deindustrialization beginning in the 1970s led to today's more diversified economy, which includes high-tech companies, healthcare, finances and education, the last of which is a famous aspect of Pittsburgh today. The city's most prominent universities are Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University, all of which help to lend the city an air of intellectualism and fun-loving spirit. At an overall cost of living just 6% above the national average, Pittsburgh is a more affordable city than many other areas of the state. You can expect to pay a median rent of $500 for apartment rentals.