Apartments in Sacramento, CA (3,772 Rentals)

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The Luxe Apartment Homes

The Luxe Apartment Homes

2501 Hurley Way Sacramento, CA 95825

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,180 to $1,600

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The Phoenix Apartment Living

The Phoenix Apartment Living

200 Bicentennial Cir Sacramento, CA 95826

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,199 to $2,524

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The Palms Apartments

The Palms Apartments

1481 Exposition Blvd Sacramento, CA 95815

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,250 to $3,390

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The Lofts Apartment Homes

The Lofts Apartment Homes

3351 Duckhorn Dr Sacramento, CA 95834

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,350 to $1,979

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The Vue Apartments

The Vue Apartments

2450 Seamist Dr Sacramento, CA 95833

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,400 to $1,550

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Sycamore Terrace Apartments

Sycamore Terrace Apartments

40 Park City Ct Sacramento, CA 95831

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,450 to $1,823

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Q19 Apartments

Q19 Apartments

1617 Q St Sacramento, CA 95811

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,628 to $11,195

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Stonegate Apartments

Stonegate Apartments

5417 Mack Rd Sacramento, CA 95823

Studio to 3 bedrooms $800 to $1,300

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Villa Regia Apartments

Villa Regia Apartments

5050-5110 Walnut Ave Sacramento, CA 95841

Studio to 2 bedrooms $925 to $1,575

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Carmel Pointe Apartments

Carmel Pointe Apartments

7826 Center Pky Sacramento, CA 95823

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,015 to $1,185

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Falls at Arden Apartments

Falls at Arden Apartments

2345 Northrop Ave Sacramento, CA 95825

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,175 to $2,490

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Windsor Ridge Apartments

Windsor Ridge Apartments

9551 Butterfield Way Sacramento, CA 95827

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,250 to $1,475

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Harbor Oaks Apartments

Harbor Oaks Apartments

2227 River Plaza Dr Sacramento, CA 95833

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,440 to $2,115

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Ice House Apartments

Ice House Apartments

1720 R St Sacramento, CA 95811

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,450 to $2,500

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La Provence Apartments

La Provence Apartments

230 Cadillac Dr Sacramento, CA 95825

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,745 to $1,925

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Legado de Ravel Apartments

Legado de Ravel Apartments

1520 16th St Sacramento, CA 95814

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,881 to $2,425

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Azalea Court Apartments

Azalea Court Apartments

3819-3835 Marconi Ave Sacramento, CA 95821

1 to 2 Beds $900 to $985

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Apartments for rent in Sacramento, CA

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Sacramento?

Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $2,008 $340 $2,750
1 Bedroom Apartments $1,481 $499 $3,500
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,675 $500 $4,874
3 Bedroom Apartments $2,058 $635 $4,847

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Your Guide to Apartments in Sacramento

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Sacramento Overview

Sacramento is a vibrant city and diverse city. Its well-balanced live/work/play lifestyle provides residents of Sacramento apartments and other locals alike with plenty of opportunity to explore a variety of interests. And the apartment rental options in Sacramento cater to the richly diverse lifestyle of the city by providing something for everyone.

Sacramento History

"In 1839, John Sutter arrived in the Sacramento Valley with a land grant of 50,0000 acres from the Mexican government. He established ""Sutter's Fort"" which soon became a regular stop for immigrants moving through the area. Gold was discovered nearby in 1848 and more and more people began to flock to the area. Sacramento was declared the capital city of California in 1854 and prospered first as the western end of the Pony Express, and then later as a stop on the Transcontinental Railroad."

Sacramento Weather

Sacramento’s climate is considered a “Mediterranean” climate because of its wet and mild winters and hot, dry summers. Monthly average temperatures range from approximately 46 degrees in December to 75 degrees in July. The average annual temperature is 61 degrees. While snowfall is not common in the winter, there can be intense fog. The majority of the rainfall occurs in the winter and there is plenty of sun in the summer. In fact, Sacramento is known as the sunniest place on the planet from July to September.

Sacramento Media

Sacramento carries all major television networks including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and Fox. The largest circulation newspaper is the Sacramento Bee, which has received five Pulitzer Prizes. The Bee is known for its campaigns to promote free speech. Sacramento also has an extensive list of AM and FM radio stations available to listen to.

Sacramento Landmarks

California State University, one of the top universities in the state, is located in Sacramento. And the city is also home to UC Davis Medical Center, which is ranked one of the top 50 hospitals in the US.

Things to do in Sacramento

There is so much to explore in and around Sacramento. History buffs can tour the California Railroad Museum and Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park. Those looking for a taste of the nightlife can hit one of the many brewpubs, wine bars and nightclubs in Midtown and Downtown. And the outdoor adventurer can kayak down one of the cities two surrounding rivers.

Sacramento Festivals

Sacramento also hosts numerous popular festivals each year. It is home to the California State Fair and event that has been going on for over 150 years! And with such a diverse population, there is a festival for just about anything you can imagine including a VegFest, Bacon Fest, Latin Food and Music Fest, Armenian Food Festival, Beer Fest, and Wine Fest just to name a few.

Sacramento Vacation spots

Some of the most popular vacation spots in California are just a short drive away from Sacramento. It is possible to escape to the wine country in about an hour. The distance to Napa Valley is 55 miles and Sonoma County is 68 miles away. And for those looking for outdoor adventure, Lake Tahoe is just two hours away. Lake Tahoe offers outdoor sports year-round including snow skiing/snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking, and watersports.

Getting Around Sacramento

There are many options for getting around Sacramento. In 2011 it was named the 24th “Most Walkable” city amongst the largest cities in the nation. There are many bike-friendly neighborhoods in the city as well. In fact, Sacramento has a dedicated bicycle path called the American River Parkway that leads to downtown, allowing commuters another transportation option to get to work. The Sacramento Regional Transit District (Sac RT) includes a bus and light rail system.

Commuting in Sacramento

The major highways that run through Sacramento are Interstate 80 (I-80) and Interstate 5 (I-5). I-80 connects Sacramento to San Francisco to the east, and Reno to the west. I-5 south is a route towards Los Angeles. To get to/from the city, there is the Sacramento International Airport, an Amtrack train station, and Greyhound Bus Service. Traffic in and around Sacramento can get very congested. Fortunately, the city is continuously working to improve the roads. Many commuters use Sac RT buses and light rail to get to work. In fact, it is the 14th busiest rail system in the US. There are also several bus services from outlying areas to provide commuters with an alternative to driving.

Why Here

Sacramento has something for everyone. In fact, Time magazine named it “America’s Most Diverse City”. With such an ethnically mixed population, the restaurant options to get out of your Sacramento apartments and enjoy are endless. The city also has a thriving performing arts culture with two theater companies, the Sacramento Ballet and the Sacramento Opera. The city is also home to the Sacramento Kings basketball team, the oldest franchise in the NBA. The city of Sacramento is also progressive and environmentally friendly. It is home to the Sacramento Bee. A progressive newspaper that has consistently promoted free speech, anti-racism, worker’s rights, and environmental protection. And the city is a leader in the development of clean fuel sources. The cost of living is also a factor when choosing where to live. Sacramento's cost of living is significantly lower than other major cities in California. It is 73% less expensive than San Francisco and 54% less expensive than San Jose. The cost to live in Los Angeles is 37% more than Sacramento.

Where to move in Sacramento

Downtown and Midtown are popular choices for those looking to be close to the action and close to work. Southland Park is rising in popularity because of its close proximity to downtown and reasonable prices. And for those wanting to be a little further outside of the heart of the city, the newest areas of growth are the north, northeast, and south parts of town. With its diverse culture and numerous activities, it is easy to find apartments in Sacramento to fit any lifestyle.