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Overview of Spokane

Start your life in the Evergreen State by finding Spokane apartments for rent. Translating to "Children of the Sun" in the Native American language of the area, Spokane is nicknamed the Lilac City, influenced by the flowers that bloom throughout Spokane during the springtime. In 1974, Spokane hosted the World's Fair and Expo and still holds the record as the smallest city to host a World Fair. Spokane today hosts the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament called Hoopfest and one of the world's largest "fun runs" called Bloomsday, which according to history started in 1977 - there's always something to do in this town of 210,200 residents. With an estimated population of 210,200, Spokane is a bustling city full of activity. According to the Spokane Tourism Department, Spokane and nearby Coeur d' Alene were recently merged into a single metropolitan area by the U.S. Census, making it the 87th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Spokane apartments boast access to great public resources, a talented workforce and consistent opportunities for growth and expansion.

Living in Spokane

According to Spokane Visitor's Information, Spokane apartments for rent will put you right in the middle of the perfect blend of unique attractions, proximity to the outdoors, fine arts, dining and entertainment. Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state and the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis, so this dynamic metro area has more to offer than you may think. Spokane is sectioned off into several different neighborhoods, including Browne's Addition, a bohemian-style neighborhood with revival architecture and a newly emerging artsy style. There's also West Central, which is full of historical districts including the French renaissance-style Spokane County Courthouse on Broadway. This neighborhood has great river views along Summit Boulevard. Finally, South Perry is one neighborhood that gives Spokane a bit of fun and funk. Although it's in the process of being renovated, according to Spokane city information, it's surrounded by a residential area brimming with interesting and historic homes. The city is in the process of putting in new vintage style lamp posts and trees.

Spokane Apartments and Cost of Living

If you're on a budget, you can still find Spokane apartments for rent and enjoy all of the area's local amenities. According to AreaVibes, the city has cheap rental rates compared to national and state averages, with the median rental rates in Spokane apartments is 22.7 percent less than the Washington average and 15.5 percent less than the national average.

Apartments in Spokane Work and Study

The regional economy of Spokane is diverse and has recently welcomed new technologies in research and education, health and bio-sciences, while embracing new developments in traditional industries including agriculture, manufacturing and forestry. Over the past few years, population and job growth in the Spokane region continue to outperform national trends. If you're looking for Spokane apartments to earn a degree, you'll find that nearly 75,000 students are enrolled at community colleges, regional and research universities. Two of the city's biggest schools are Whitworth University and Gonzaga University, the latter of which is well known for its Division 1 basketball team.

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Spokane Valley, WA 99206

$1007 - $1492

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

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Coeur D Alene, ID 83815

From $735

1-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Coeur D Alene, ID (Fairway Forest)


From $735

1-2 Beds1-2 Baths