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Average Rent in Prospect Park, PA

Avg. RentAnnual Change
Prospect Park Studio - $1,200-
Prospect Park 1 Bed - $1,400-
Prospect Park 2 Beds - $1,850-
Last updated 6/23/2024

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Demographics

Education

High School

40%

Associate's

37%

Bachelor's

18%

Master's

5%

Doctorate

0%

Family Size

2 people

59%

3 people

26%

4 people

4%

5 people

4%

6+ people

7%

Household Income

0-50k

49%

50-100k

23%

100-150k

21%

150-200k

5%

200k+

2%

Age

0-10

11%

10-20

9%

20-45

16%

45-65

36%

65+

27%

Affordability

Last updated 6/23/2024

*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 Prospect Park, PA

In Prospect Park, PA, as of 2024, the average rent for apartments ranges from $1,200 to $1,850. Specifically, the average rent for a studio apartment in Prospect Park, PA is $1,200. For those seeking a 1-bedroom apartments, the average rent is $1,400. And for a 2-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average of $1,850.

Annual Rent Change Over the Past 12 Months

Studio

-

Changed from $1,200 to $1,200
1 Bed

-

Changed from $1,400 to $1,400
2 Beds

-

Changed from $1,850 to $1,850
Last updated 6/23/2024

Rent Ranges

Apartment PricesProportion
0%
8%
58%
25%
8%

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Bala Cynwyd$1,735-4%
Lansdale$1,713-7%
Malvern$1,649-7%
Bensalem$1,634-44%
King of Prussia$1,567-18%
West Chester$1,562+4%
Wilmington$1,5570%
Hamilton$1,500+7%
Philadelphia$1,314-6%
Reading$1,305-3%
Conshohocken$1,090--
Newark$1,0250%
Trenton$7210%
City1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
Ardmore$2,425-13%
Cherry Hill$2,242-8%
Lansdale$2,117+7%
King of Prussia$2,008+5%
Bala Cynwyd$1,947-18%
Malvern$1,925-3%
West Chester$1,887-3%
Philadelphia$1,787-2%
Conshohocken$1,783-23%
Hamilton$1,717-19%
Wilmington$1,605+3%
Bensalem$1,589+2%
Northeast Philadelphia$1,544-4%
Newark$1,495-1%
Reading$1,420-7%
Trenton$1,400-5%
City2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
Ardmore$3,555-10%
Princeton$3,401-18%
Bala Cynwyd$2,914-1%
Cherry Hill$2,720-11%
Malvern$2,607-3%
Lansdale$2,504-7%
King of Prussia$2,360-17%
West Chester$2,239-5%
Hamilton$1,945-28%
Philadelphia$1,925-8%
Wilmington$1,893+3%
Bensalem$1,866-2%
Northeast Philadelphia$1,849-5%
Conshohocken$1,812-36%
Reading$1,702+4%
Newark$1,662+5%
Trenton$1,600-10%

Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

62%

15-30 Mins

15%

30-40 Mins

9%

40-60 Mins

11%

60+ Mins

3%

Transportation Scores

Percentage: 6161

Walk Score®

Percentage: 4545

Bike Score®

Schools

Top Schools in Prospect Park

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About

Prospect Park, PA

Overview of Prospect Park

Located along Interstate 95 near the New Jersey/Pennsylvania border just 12 miles outside of Philadelphia, Prospect Park is one of the state's fastest-growing communities. With its ideal location, quaint community atmosphere, and nationally-recognized schools, Prospect Park is the perfect borough for Pennsylvania families. Although the borough may be a suburb of nearby Philly, they remain a self-sufficient and safe community with low crime and modern amenities like a state-of-the-art fire department.

Despite its ideal location and close proximity to everything a big city has to offer, Prospect Park is an affordable place to live, too. According to City-Data, the cost of living index is near the U.S. average, meaning you won't break the bank if you decide to live in Prospect Park apartments for rent.

Living in Prospect Park, PA

Prospect Park became a established as a town in 1874 and was eventually incorporated in the late 19th century, but the city had long been occupied by Swedish, Dutch, and English settlers around two centuries before it became an established community. The city became known for its role during the Revolutionary War - especially the White Horse Tavern, the site of two skirmishes between British and American soldiers.

Today, the city has come a long way since its original settlement, becoming one of Pennsylvania's finest suburban areas. According to the city's website, Prospect Park is 95 percent residential, meaning that this borough is an excellent place to raise a growing family.   

Prospect Park Attractions and Special Events

One of the city's biggest attractions is Morton Homestead State Park, a 2½-acre historical site that tells the story of one of the Prospect Park's first founders and one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, John Morton. Today, the area serves as a reminder of the Quaker culture that was very influential in the early days of Pennsylvania's history.

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