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Remodeled & Classic apartment homes...We admit it, Simply the best value around!...Experience life at the Top of the hill in the Renton Highlands...
Renton WA, 98056
Spectacular views of Mt. Rainier...Near Boeing/The Landing...Floorplans you have to see to believe!
Renton WA, 98057
Great location to shopping, fine dining, and much more!! Located in the heart of the Renton Highlands. Our community features spacious floor plans, washer/dryer in the home, and fitness center. Having a party?? We have the perfect cabana for you to rent. We gladly accept cats and dogs. We look forward in meeting with you for a grand tour of our beautiful community!!
Renton WA, 98059
Come visit our professional leasing team at Gateway Pointe and let us help you find your new home.
Renton WA, 98055
Emerald Heights; Better Than the Rest... More Living Choices. More Amenities. More Resident Services. Than Anybody Else.
Renton WA, 98058
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Overview of Renton
Located on the southern shore of Lake Washington, Renton is a great city that allows its residents to soak up the laid-back Pacific Northwestern lifestyle. If you're looking for Renton apartments for rent, you'll be able to take advantage of the city's picturesque landscapes, crisp fresh air and abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation. With a population of more than 92,000 people, Renton provides a prosperous environment without losing its comfortable, hometown vibe.
Living in Renton
The town of Renton was incorporated in 1901, and in the first three decades, it quickly grew from a sleepy town into a serious urban center. The city had strong affiliations with coal mining and related industries, but also became a popular suburban home for those seeking a new life outside of Seattle. All types are welcome into the community, and according to a Renton Citizen Survey, an unprecedented 93 percent of residents said they feel safe living here. Local families spend a lot of time out on Lake Washington and enjoy different boating, swimming, skating, camping and hiking opportunities throughout the year.
Renton Apartments and Cost of Living
For those looking to stay away from Seattle's high living expenses, Renton apartments for rent are a great place to begin your search. With a cost of living index that is 5 percent lower than that in Seattle, Renton provides an affordable environment in which to find an apartment, duplex, condo, townhome or single-family house. Area Vibes finds the city to be "extremely livable," and awarded it a livability score of 76. Here, you can expect to pay $3.80 for a gallon of gasoline, $1.93 for a gallon of milk and $1.77 for a dozen eggs.
Apartments in Renton Work and Study
Over the past few decades, Renton has shed its identity as a coal mining town in favor of more diverse employment possibilities. If you're searching for Renton apartments for rent to relocate for work, you'd do well to research The Boeing Company, PACCAR, Inc., Providence Health and Services, ER Solutions, Inc., Puget Sound Educational Services District, the Valley Medical Center, Renton School District and Federal Aviation Administration, as the city's official website notes that these are the top employers in town.
Although there are no large universities in Renton, the city still has many higher education opportunities. Everest College Renton and the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University are both here, and join the Pima Medical Institute, ITT Technical Institute and City University of Seattle, Renton, in providing students with well-rounded academic choices.