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Apartments For Rent Under $600 in Rochester, NY

4 Perfect Matches

  • Seneca Towers Photo 1
    Seneca Towers Photo 2
    Perfect Match
    $400+

    Seneca Towers

    200 Seth Green Dr, Rochester, NY 14621

    Studio–1 Beds • 1 Bath

    Upcoming Availability

    Studio, 1 Bath

    $400

    441 Sqft

    1 Floor Plan

    1 Bed, 1 Bath

    $560-$780

    594-882 Sqft

    2 Floor Plans

    Top Amenities

    • Cable Ready
    • Elevator

    Pet Policy

    Cats Allowed

      Neighborhood

      El Camino

      Rochester Apartment for Rent

      Seneca Towers is a high-rise apartment building over looking the Genesee River, exclusively for Senior Citizens, 55 years and older. With a mini grocery store, hair salon and wide range of scheduled activities, this building is a community within itself. You can park your car in gated parking lots exclusively for residents use. The nearby city bus routes can take you anywhere in the city and there are even buses that stop at the front doors to take you directly to and from the larger grocery stores. Seneca Towers has spacious Studio, One Bedroom and One Bedroom Deluxe apartments, at an affordable rent which includes utilities. All apartments have dead bolt locks, cable TV hook up and fully equipped kitchens. There is 24-hour security, with security access doors to the building and 24-hour emergency apartment maintenance seven days a week.

      Apartment for RentView All Details
      (585) 678-8170
    • 323 Wellington Ave Photo 1
      323 Wellington Ave Photo 2
      Perfect Match
      $550

      323 Wellington Ave

      323 Wellington Ave, Rochester, NY 14619

      5 Beds • 2 Bath

      Available Now

      5 Beds, 2 Baths

      $550

      1 Floor Plan

      Neighborhood

      19th Ward

      House for RentView All Details
      (585) 478-1090
    • Plymouth Gardens Photo 1
      Plymouth Gardens Photo 2
      Perfect Match
      $430+

      Plymouth Gardens

      1400 Plymouth Ave S, Rochester, NY 14611

      Studio • 1 Bath

      Upcoming Availability

      Studio, 1 Bath

      $430-$437

      389-430 Sqft

      1 Floor Plan

      Top Amenities

      • Cable Ready
      • Elevator

      Pet Policy

      Birds

        Neighborhood

        Southwest Rochester

        Rochester Apartment for Rent

        Plymouth Gardens is a high-rise apartment building located on the banks of the Genesee River, for Senior Citizens 55 years and older. With a mini grocery store and wide range of scheduled activities, this building is a community within itself. But, if you like to get out, take your car from one of the many parking spaces on the premises or just step outside the front door to catch one of the city bus routes, that can take you anywhere in the city. There is even a complimentary bus service which will take you to and from the major grocery stores. The University of Rochester and College Town, are easily accessible by way of a pedestrian bridge over the Genesee River. Plymouth Gardens has spacious Studio, One Bedroom and One Bedroom Deluxe apartments, at an affordable rent which includes utilities. All apartments have cable TV hook up and fully equipped kitchens. There are security access doors to the building and 24-hour emergency apartment maintenance seven days a week.

        Apartment for RentView All Details
        (585) 678-5856
      • 1225 S Plymouth Ave Photo 1
        1225 S Plymouth Ave Photo 2
        Perfect Match
        $475

        1225 S Plymouth Ave

        1225 S Plymouth Ave unit 3, Rochester, NY 14611

        1 Bed • 1 Bath

        Available Now

        1 Bed, 1 Bath

        $475

        1 Floor Plan

        Top Amenities

        • Washer & Dryer In Unit

        Neighborhood

        Genesee-Jefferson

        Rochester Apartment for Rent

        Private room available in a Student Housing/Working Professional property. -Convenient location with plenty of off-street parking. -Utilities included -Washer & Dryer on site. -Furnished with Twin size bed -Can come unfurnished if desired. -Private Bedroom -Shared Kitchen -Shared Bathroom $475/month 1225 S Plymouth Ave #3 *Credit & Background Check* $20 Application Fee

        Apartment for RentView All Details
        (585) 413-1349

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      • 1152 N Goodman St Photo 1
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        Close Matchunder $600
        $650

        1152 N Goodman St

        1152 N Goodman St unit 1164 2, Rochester, NY 14609

        1 Bed • 1 Bath

        Available Now

        Neighborhood

        Homestead Heights

        Rochester Apartment for Rent

        ONE Bedroom, One Bathroom Apartment for rent! spacious bedrooms and Average size bathroom. Torres Turnkey Property Management LLC. FOR RENT: $20.00 NONREFUNDABLE Background fee is required for everyone over the age of 18 year and older. ** MUST BE 25 YEARS OR OLDER TO APPLY** **NO PETS! ** Full Security Deposit is required. One-year lease. Torres Turnkey does have a broker's license. Visit our website today at www.torresturnkey.com and Apply Online! Main Office: Text (585)978-4775 Torres Turnkey Property Management LLC. 645 Norton Street Rochester, NY 14621 We look forward to hearing from you!!

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        (585) 978-4775
      • 309-311 Frost Ave Photo 1
        309-311 Frost Ave Photo 2
        Close Matchunder $600
        $700

        309-311 Frost Ave

        309-311 Frost Ave unit 311 2, Rochester, NY 14608

        1 Bed • 1 Bath

        Available Now

        Neighborhood

        Genesee-Jefferson

        Rochester Townhome for Rent

        Torres Turn Key Property Management LLC. FOR RENT: One Bedroom, One Bathroom Apartment for Rent. $20.00 NONREFUNDABLE Background fee is required for everyone over the age of 18 year and older. Full Security Deposit is required. One-year lease.Torres Turnkey does have a broker's license. Visit our website today at www.torresturnkey.com and Apply Online! Please contact us at (585)978-4775 Torres Turnkey Property Management LLC. 645 Norton Street Rochester, NY 14621 We look forward to hearing from you!!

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        (585) 978-4775
      • 126 Independence St Photo 1
        126 Independence St Photo 2
        Close Matchunder $600
        $700

        126 Independence St

        126 Independence St unit 3, Rochester, NY 14611

        Studio • 1 Bath

        Available Now

        Neighborhood

        Northwest Rochester

        Rochester Apartment for Rent

        Cozy Studio (2nd floor) Unit for Rent Second Floor Unit Updates Throughout Freshly Painted Throughout New Carpeting Throughout Updated Kitchen Appliances Included Shared Entryway Off-Street Parking $700/month $20 Application Fee Credit & Background Check Off-Street Parking

        Apartment for RentView All Details
        (585) 413-1349

      Rochester Apartments Options

      Average Rent in Rochester, NY

      Avg. RentAnnual Change
      Rochester Studio - $1,175+9%
      Rochester 1 Bed - $1,367+5%
      Rochester 2 Beds - $1,845+6%
      Last updated 5/19/2024

      Local Guide

      See what Rochester, NY has to offer.

      Local Reviews

      It's family-oriented even though there's high crime. There are stores and supermarkets close by. There are also transportation to and from downtown which is very near if one does not have a car.

      The family owned restaurants, the different activites for families with different backgrounds to participate in.

      It's got a pot dispensery and tons of black people. Most kids go to charter school and the small stores charge double

      it was too good. i am always safe feel. my favorite restaurant is MacDonald and i was going all family members and such a good enjoy

      We are right next to the Public Market which has won for being ine of the best public markets. Near downtown area. Near strip mall.

      Nothing but school next to got a lot of restaurants next to me McDonald's taco bell and now Popeye dollar general

      Demographics

      Education

      High School

      47%

      Associate's

      29%

      Bachelor's

      15%

      Master's

      8%

      Doctorate

      1%

      Family Size

      2 people

      41%

      3 people

      26%

      4 people

      19%

      5 people

      8%

      6+ people

      7%

      Household Income

      0-50k

      63%

      50-100k

      24%

      100-150k

      8%

      150-200k

      2%

      200k+

      2%

      Age

      0-10

      13%

      10-20

      13%

      20-45

      40%

      45-65

      23%

      65+

      11%

      Affordability

      Percentage: 3/53/5

      Renters gave this area a 3 out of 5 for affordability

      Last updated 5/19/2024

      *The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

      Rent Trends

      Average rent in Rochester, NY

      In Rochester, NY, as of 2024, the average rent for apartments ranges from $1,175 to $1,845. Specifically, the average rent for a studio apartment in Rochester, NY is $1,175. For those seeking a 1-bedroom apartments, the average rent is $1,367. And for a 2-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average of $1,845.

      Annual Rent Change Over the Past 12 Months

      Studio

      +9%

      Changed from $1,078 to $1,175
      1 Bed

      +5%

      Changed from $1,302 to $1,367
      2 Beds

      +6%

      Changed from $1,741 to $1,845
      Last updated 5/19/2024

      Rent Ranges

      Apartment PricesProportion
      2%
      33%
      31%
      14%
      20%

      Compare Other Cities

      CityStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
      Rochester$1,175+9%
      Hilton$1,135-14%
      North Chili$930+8%
      Farmington$895--
      Victor$825--
      Brockport$789-8%
      East Rochester$775--
      Webster$730--
      City1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
      Webster$1,910+21%
      Victor$1,897+8%
      Brighton$1,882--
      Penfield$1,870+56%
      Henrietta$1,823+14%
      Fairport$1,707+1%
      Canandaigua$1,375+3%
      Rochester$1,367+5%
      Hilton$1,324-11%
      Pittsford$1,235+2%
      Spencerport$1,199-1%
      Greece$1,180+17%
      Honeoye Falls$1,1650%
      Irondequoit$1,150-12%
      East Rochester$1,150--
      North Chili$1,127+24%
      Brockport$1,066+4%
      Geneva$1,000--
      Geneseo$995+7%
      Farmington$800+10%
      Newark$790+9%
      City2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
      Victor$2,751+23%
      Fairport$2,2870%
      Geneva$2,200--
      Penfield$2,171+22%
      Webster$2,090+7%
      Brighton$1,991--
      Henrietta$1,964+8%
      Canandaigua$1,925+5%
      Rochester$1,845+6%
      Farmington$1,812+97%
      North Chili$1,739+32%
      Hilton$1,707+11%
      Greece$1,510+9%
      Honeoye Falls$1,490+1%
      Spencerport$1,4470%
      Pittsford$1,387+3%
      Brockport$1,353-1%
      Irondequoit$1,250--
      Geneseo$1,060+7%
      East Rochester$950--
      Newark$900-5%

      Compare Neighborhoods

      El Camino

      $560

      1 Bed Avg. Rent

      Northeast Rochester

      $765

      1 Bed Avg. Rent

      14621 Community

      $765

      1 Bed Avg. Rent

      What are the most affordable neighborhoods in Rochester, NY?

      For renters in Rochester seeking more affordable options, the neighborhoods to watch are El Camino, Northeast Rochester, and 14621 Community, where average rents for 1-bedroom apartments stand at $560, $765, and $765 respectively. Additional areas offering value are Plymouth-Exchange and 19th Ward, where the rents are $765 and $795, a favorable comparison to Rochester's overall 1-bedroom average of $1,367.

      What are the most expensive neighborhoods in Rochester, NY?

      In Rochester, the neighborhoods commanding the highest rents are East Avenue, Neighborhood of the Arts, and College Town. A 1-bedroom apartment in East Avenue averages at $3,122, in Neighborhood of the Arts it averages $3,122, and in College Town, the average is $2,250. For additional high-end living options, Upper Mount Hope offers 1-bedroom apartments at $2,172, and Midtown District at $1,692. These rates compare to the overall average rent of $1,367 for a 1-bedroom apartment in Rochester, highlighting the premium nature of these specific neighborhoods.

      What are the most popular neighborhoods in Rochester, NY?

      In Rochester, the most sought-after neighborhoods for renters include 14621 Community, El Camino, and Northeast Rochester. In 14621 Community, the average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment is $765. El Camino sees average rents of $560 for a 1-bedroom unit. Northeast Rochester offers similar appeal with 1-bedroom apartments averaging $765. For those seeking other popular areas, Corn Hill presents 1-bedroom apartments at $1,050, and Downtown Rochester at $1,447. These prices are set against the backdrop of the city-wide average of $1,367 for a 1-bedroom apartment in Rochester, underscoring the popularity of these particular neighborhoods.

      NeighborhoodStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
      St. Paul Quarter$1,300--
      Southwest Rochester$1,280+22%
      Midtown District$1,280+1%
      Downtown Rochester$1,137+11%
      Manhattan Square$1,115+40%
      East End$1,079+8%
      South Wedge$1,025+3%
      Southeast Rochester$1,025+3%
      Browncroft$895--
      ABC Streets Neighborhood$875--
      East Avenue$850--
      Park Avenue$850+4%
      Monroe and Alexander$815--
      19th Ward$800--
      Northwest Rochester$775--
      Maplewood$775--
      Grove Place$775--
      Highland$775--
      Plymouth-Exchange$433+8%
      Northeast Rochester$4000%
      14621 Community$4000%
      El Camino$4000%
      Neighborhood1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
      College Town$2,250+10%
      Upper Mount Hope$2,172+6%
      Midtown District$1,692+5%
      Southwest Rochester$1,515+3%
      St. Paul Quarter$1,500+25%
      Downtown Rochester$1,447+4%
      Park Avenue$1,300+44%
      Manhattan Square$1,275+3%
      Southeast Rochester$1,200+7%
      Highland Park$1,200--
      Browncroft$1,200+4%
      East End$1,174-4%
      Charlotte$1,150+6%
      South Wedge$1,125+4%
      Monroe and Alexander$1,100+6%
      Corn Hill$1,050+8%
      ABC Streets Neighborhood$1,037--
      Upper Monroe$950--
      Highland$9250%
      North Winton Village$900--
      Grove Place$895--
      Northwest Rochester$8850%
      Maplewood$850-4%
      19th Ward$795-1%
      Northeast Rochester$7650%
      14621 Community$7650%
      Plymouth-Exchange$765+8%
      El Camino$5600%
      Neighborhood2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
      Neighborhood of the Arts$2,650-28%
      College Town$2,560+3%
      Upper Mount Hope$2,552+4%
      East End$2,500+32%
      Southwest Rochester$2,175-1%
      Midtown District$2,062-3%
      Downtown Rochester$2,022+5%
      Manhattan Square$1,935+3%
      St. Paul Quarter$1,900+23%
      Park Avenue$1,8000%
      Southeast Rochester$1,675+12%
      Cobbs Hill$1,675--
      ABC Streets Neighborhood$1,600+39%
      South Wedge$1,545+3%
      Swillburg$1,500+7%
      Pearl - Meigs - Monroe$1,450--
      Highland Park$1,450--
      Upper Monroe$1,395+7%
      Charlotte$1,325+7%
      Browncroft$1,250--
      Monroe and Alexander$1,095-29%
      Northwest Rochester$1,0640%
      Highland$9750%
      19th Ward$950--
      North Winton Village$925+3%
      Genesee-Jefferson$900--
      Maplewood$885+4%
      Northeast Rochester$8500%
      14621 Community$8500%
      Culver - Merchants$850--

      Transportation

      Commute Time

      0-15 Mins

      35%

      15-30 Mins

      46%

      30-40 Mins

      11%

      40-60 Mins

      4%

      60+ Mins

      5%

      Transportation Scores

      Percentage: 5656

      Walk Score®

      Walkable

      No

      Say 37 of 68 renters

      Has Sidewalks

      Yes

      Say 47 of 68 renters

      Percentage: 5656

      Bike Score®

      Bike Friendly

      Yes

      Say 41 of 68 renters

      Percentage: 4747

      Transit Score®

      They Are Located Near Public Transportation

      Yes

      Say 35 of 68 renters

      Need A Car

      No

      Say 51 of 68 renters

      Area Amenities

      Top Score

      Coffee

      3.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Oh la latte, not a bad spot for getting a cup of joe.

      1. Few coffee shops per resident
      2. Significantly more coffee shops than average
      3. 11% fewer coffee shops than areas of a similar size

      Health and Fitness

      3.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Looking good! Rochester scores high for health and fitness.

      1. A high number of gyms per resident
      2. Significantly more gyms than average
      3. 10% more gyms than areas of a similar size

      Pet Services

      3.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Sit. Stay. Good boy. Rochester is a good place for pets.

      1. A high number of pet facilities per resident
      2. Significantly more pet facilities than average
      3. 7% fewer pet facilities than areas of a similar size

      Gas Stations

      3.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Filling stations in Rochester are at full-throttle!

      1. Few gas stations per resident
      2. Significantly more gas stations than average
      3. 48% fewer gas stations than areas of a similar size

      Parks

      3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Rochester is shrubby, not shabby.

      1. A high number of parks per resident
      2. Significantly more parks than average
      3. 47% more parks than areas of a similar size

      Grocery Stores

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Not bad on the supermarket score. Rochester gets an average rating.

      1. A high number of grocery stores per resident
      2. Significantly more grocery stores than average
      3. 17% more grocery stores than areas of a similar size

      Restaurants

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      An average foodie scene: not too cold and not too hot.

      1. A high number of restaurants per resident
      2. Significantly more restaurants than average
      3. A standard number of restaurants compared to areas of a similar size

      Nightlife

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Nightlife is on the rocks in Rochester.

      1. A high number of bars and clubs per resident
      2. Significantly more bars and clubs than average
      3. 26% more bars and clubs than areas of a similar size

      Retail Shops

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      The shopping scene here is a size medium.

      1. Few shops per resident
      2. Significantly more shops than average
      3. 15% fewer shops than areas of a similar size

      Fine Arts

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      It's just about fine for fine art. An average score.

      1. Few fine art centers per resident
      2. Significantly more fine art centers than average
      3. 36% fewer fine art centers than areas of a similar size

      Medical Care

      2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

      Healthcare in Rochester doesn't tip the scales.

      1. Few medical facilities per resident
      2. Significantly more medical facilities than average
      3. 16% fewer medical facilities than areas of a similar size

      Area Features

      Area Has Litter

      No

      Say 62 of 68 renters

      Noise Late At Night

      No

      Say 55 of 68 renters

      Good Place To Raise A Family

      Yes

      Say 55 of 68 renters

      Area Has Potholes

      No

      Say 49 of 68 renters

      Busy Streets

      No

      Say 47 of 68 renters

      Near Grocery Stores

      Yes

      Say 44 of 68 renters

      Safe For Families

      Yes

      Say 44 of 68 renters

      Area Has Kids Play Outside

      Yes

      Say 43 of 68 renters

      Near Schools

      Yes

      Say 43 of 68 renters

      Quiet Area

      Yes

      Say 42 of 68 renters

      Pet Friendly

      Yes

      Say 40 of 68 renters

      Mostly Older Buildings

      No

      Say 38 of 68 renters

      Maintained Yards

      Yes

      Say 37 of 68 renters

      Tree Lined Streets

      Yes

      Say 34 of 68 renters

      Nearby Parks

      No

      Say 35 of 68 renters

      Well Lit

      No

      Say 36 of 68 renters

      Near Highways

      No

      Say 38 of 68 renters

      Near Downtown

      No

      Say 51 of 68 renters

      Nice Views

      No

      Say 58 of 68 renters

      Mostly Newer Buildings

      No

      Say 62 of 68 renters

      Schools

      Percentage: 3/53/5

      School Score

      How satisfied do renters feel with the schools in this area.

      Top Schools in Rochester

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      Rochester, NY$1,367$1,845
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      Henrietta, NY 6.6 miles$1,823$1,964
      Greece, NY 5.4 miles$1,180$1,510
      Irondequoit, NY 4.4 miles$1,150$1,250
      Fairport, NY 9.6 miles$1,707$2,287
      Webster, NY 10.2 miles$1,910$2,090
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      Hilton, NY 12.9 miles$1,324$1,707
      Pittsford, NY 6.7 miles$1,235$1,387