Providence, the business hub of the state of Rhode Island, is a great city for young adults and busy professionals searching for one-bedroom apartments. From the stores, restaurants and bars located at Providence Place to the waterfront parks, running trail and picnic areas located between Brown University and the Providence River, this unique city is home to a variety of attractions and outdoor activities that cater to people of all ages. Because of the city's college atmosphere, apartment-seekers who have either recently graduated from college and are looking for their first job or who plan on attending university for the first time will find that renting a one-bedroom apartment in this city to be an exciting experience. Whether you're moving to attend college or you need to relocate for employment reasons, Rent.com makes the process of finding apartments an easy and pleasurable experience.
As the largest city in Rhode Island, Providence features numerous one-bedroom apartments in different neighborhoods that cater to various budgets and personal needs. For those who plan on attending Brown University either as a student or working for the college as a faculty member, College Hill is a great neighborhood that is conveniently located only a short walk from campus. Mt. Pleasant, a more affordable neighborhood located just northwest of downtown Providence is perfect for prospective renters who need to find a one-bedroom unit on a budget.
Prices for a one-bedroom apartment in this city vary greatly and they will likely depend on amenities offered, location and other factors. Most renters can expect to find one-bedroom units within a range of $1,200-$1,500 per month.
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One-bedroom apartments for rent in Providence feature a variety of different layouts, depending on the neighborhood where the unit is located. A typical one-bedroom apartment will likely feature a small- to medium-sized living room that is directly connected to a kitchen and small eating area. The bedroom will either be located adjacent to the living room or at the end of a small hallway. In most cases, the bathroom can be accessed directly from the bedroom or from the living room. Renters can expect a range of 500-800 square feet for a one-bedroom apartment.