Apartments in San Diego, CA (13,908 Rentals)

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AVA Pacific Beach Apartments

AVA Pacific Beach Apartments

3883 Ingraham St San Diego, CA 92109

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,610 to $2,667

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West Park Apartments

West Park Apartments

7777 Westside Dr San Diego, CA 92108

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,765 to $4,160

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La Jolla Crossroads Apartments

La Jolla Crossroads Apartments

9085 Judicial Dr San Diego, CA 92122

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,775 to $3,475

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Towers at Costa Verde Apartments

Towers at Costa Verde Apartments

8775 Costa Verde Blvd San Diego, CA 92122

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,825 to $3,950

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Casa Mira View Apartments

Casa Mira View Apartments

9800 Mira Lee Way San Diego, CA 92126

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,900 to $3,200

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Costa Verde Village Apartments

Costa Verde Village Apartments

8720 Costa Verde Blvd San Diego, CA 92122

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,900 to $3,725

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Shift Apartments

Shift Apartments

1501 Island Ave San Diego, CA 92101

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,904 to $6,180

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360 Luxury Apartments

360 Luxury Apartments

9085 Judicial Dr San Diego, CA 92122

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,925 to $3,950

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Pacific Ridge Apartments

Pacific Ridge Apartments

5945 Linda Vista Rd San Diego, CA 92110

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,960 to $4,895

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Mira Bella Apartments

Mira Bella Apartments

3455 Kearny Villa Rd San Diego, CA 92123

1 to 3 bedrooms $2,010 to $3,305

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Vive on the Park Apartments

Vive on the Park Apartments

8725 Ariva Ct San Diego, CA 92123

Studio to 3 bedrooms $2,010 to $3,654

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Torrey Gardens Apartments

Torrey Gardens Apartments

10615 Calle Mar de Mariposa San Diego, CA 92130

1 to 3 bedrooms $2,050 to $3,350

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Avalon Fashion Valley Apartments

Avalon Fashion Valley Apartments

7084-7148 Friars Rd San Diego, CA 92108

1 to 3 bedrooms $2,140 to $3,095

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Loft2015 Apartments

Loft2015 Apartments

2015 Hancock St San Diego, CA 92110

2 bedrooms $2,250 to $2,300

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Dylan Point Loma Apartments

Dylan Point Loma Apartments

2930 Barnard St San Diego, CA 92110

1 to 3 bedrooms $2,384 to $5,810

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Current Apartments

Current Apartments

1551 Union St San Diego, CA 92101

Studio to 2 bedrooms $2,567 to $7,804

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Strata Apartments

Strata Apartments

969-969 Market St San Diego, CA 92101

1 to 3 bedrooms $2,678 to $6,254

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La Regencia Apartments

La Regencia Apartments

7655-7689 Palmilla Dr San Diego, CA 92122

1 to 3 bedrooms call for rates

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Olympus Corsair Apartments

Olympus Corsair Apartments

8583 Aero Dr San Diego, CA 92123

1 to 2 bedrooms call for rates

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Pacific Bay Club Apartments

Pacific Bay Club Apartments

4070 Huerfano Ave San Diego, CA 92117

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,300 to $2,025

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The Modernaire Apartments

The Modernaire Apartments

2420 Cardinal Dr San Diego, CA 92123

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,325 to $1,950

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Terra at Mission Trails Apartments

Terra at Mission Trails Apartments

7707 Mission Gorge Rd San Diego, CA 92120

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,365 to $2,040

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Bay Pointe Apartments

Bay Pointe Apartments

3866 Ingraham St San Diego, CA 92109

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,409 to $2,399

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Coral Bay Apartments

Coral Bay Apartments

3309 Cowley Way San Diego, CA 92117

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,518 to $1,855

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Apartments for rent in San Diego, CA

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in San Diego?

Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,921 $358 $3,501
1 Bedroom Apartments $2,016 $413 $4,807
2 Bedroom Apartments $2,337 $492 $12,680
3 Bedroom Apartments $2,818 $464 $7,500

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Your Guide to Apartments in San Diego

With remarkable dining and night life, vibrant cultural activities, miles of beautiful beaches and a seemingly year round delightfully mild climate, life in San Diego apartments combines scenic, beachfront views with some of the most comfortable weather imaginable. Of course being the 2nd largest city in California and a major economic center also makes it no wonder why San Diego grows in popularity with each passing day.


Whether you're looking for a new place across town or are wanting to get in on all of the fun in the sun by moving into your first apartment in San Diego, we want to be your guide to find the perfect fit. At ApartmentHomeLiving.com it's our goal to make your apartment search experience stress-free by showcasing all of the high-resolution photos, floorplan pricing, and community details that you need to choose your new home. Filter your search for amenities like onsite swimming pools, hardwood floors and tennis courts.


Try searching by zip code and neighborhood if you have an idea of an exact location in San Diego that you'd like to live in. Not sure about location? There are great apartments all over the San Diego area. If you love a close community with a wide variety of local shops and eateries, you might check out apartments in the South Park neighborhood or Gaslamp District. Chula Vista may be a great option for you if you are raising a family. The area features great schools and comparable prices to other apartments in San Diego.


No matter what part of town you move to, fun surely awaits! From sport fishing at La Jolla Cove, to the world-famous San Diego Zoo, residents of San Diego will rarely be lacking for excitement. The exceptional nightlife, delightful dining options, and overall laid-back casual attitude make this one of the best cities in the nation to call home. Sports fans, beach lovers, and everyone in between have it all in this fantastic city.


So what are you waiting for? Find your new cozy home among the many available listings of San Diego apartments for rent at ApartmentHomeLiving.com today!

San Diego Overview

San Diego is a major city on the Pacific Coast in Southern California and is adjacent to the Mexican border. Home to over 1.3 million people, San Diego is the eighth largest city in the United States and is nicknamed “America’s Finest City”. The major industries are military/defense, tourism, international trade, and manufacturing. There is also a wide variety of apartments in San Diego available for residents who move here to find a great place to call home.

San Diego History

San Diego was founded in 1542 by the Portuguese explorer, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. The city and the California territory were considered to be part of Mexico until the United States took over the territory following the Mexican American War (1846-48). The San Diego Historic Park is the original city, but development began in 1850 to build a community closer to the bay to take advantage of the potential for shipping business. San Diego hosted two World’s Fairs and was home to several important airplane developers. Charles Lindbergh’s plane, the Spirit of Saint Louis, was designed and built by Ryan Airlines in San Diego. The city has seen several industries come and go, and has enjoyed a long term relationship with all branches of the US military since World War II.

San Diego Weather

The weather in San Diego is perfect with warm dry summers and mild winters. Described as either semi-arid or Mediterranean, San Diego’s climate produces more than 200 sunny days a year with temperatures around 70F. There is an average rainfall of 10 inches annually, most of which falls between December and March. May and June are known for being cloudy because of weather blown in from the Pacific, although the ‘marine layer’ cloud cover clears further in land.

San Diego Media

U-T San Diego is the primary daily newspaper in the city, supplemented by the weekly San Diego CityBeat and the San Diego Reader. Times of San Diego is a free online newspaper covering local news. KFMB was the first local television station, and now there are several stations representing all of the major American networks including KFMB 8 (CBS) and KGTV 10 (ABC), and several Spanish language networks including XHAS 33 (Telemundo) and KDTF-LD 51 (Telefutura). San Diego radio offers a variety of musical and news choice to local San Diego apartments residents including Star 94.1, Q96, and Rock 105.3.

San Diego Landmarks

Balboa Park began in 1868 when local civic leaders set aside land. Now spread over 1,200 acres and is home to the world-famous San Diego Zoo, 15 major museums, and the Old Globe Theater. There are a wide variety of gardens, play and recreation areas, trails, and dog parks to be enjoyed inside this sprawling urban park. Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcala was founded in 1769 by Father Junipero Serra and was the first of California’s 21 great Missions. The Mission is still and active parish, welcoming visitors of all faiths. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park is not only home to a number of restaurants, theaters, shops, and bars, but also offers an opportunity to see and understand the unique history of California ranging from the Kumeyaay, the original inhabitants, through the European settlements, and early days as an United States territory and state. The Coronado Bridge is a 2.12 mile long bridge connecting San Diego with Coronado Island. The bridge has won architectural awards including the “Most Beautiful Bridge” Award of Merit from the American Institute of Steel Construction. Its distinctive curve offers outstanding views of the city.

Things to do in San Diego

San Diego offers something for everyone. Outdoors enthusiasts can take advantage of miles of hiking trails such as the trek to Potato Chip Rock, beaches, and parks where every imaginable outdoor activity is available. Those interested in oceanic biology can go tide pooling and explore the hidden wildlife including starfish, anemones, and crabs or visit the seals and sea lions at La Jolla Cove. For those interested in the military or history, visit the Midway. It is an aircraft carrier turned museum with over 60 exhibits and 29 restored aircraft. Beer enthusiasts can tour most of the 100 craft breweries in the county. In fact, San Diego is called the Craft Beer Capital of America. With four professional sport teams, fans can always catch a game, either at Petco Park, or in one of the many bars and restaurants that show the games. Golfers can take in 9 or 18 holes at Torrey Pines and try to not get distracted by the sweeping views.

San Diego Festivals

San Diego is home to countless festivals including the San Diego International Beer Festival, the San Diego County Fair, and a variety of arts festivals, street festivals celebrating the many cultures and nationalities that make San Diego their home, as well as film, music and theater festivals and one of the best Pride celebrations in the country.

San Diego Vacation spots

San Diegans do want to get out of the city from time to time and can take quick and easy weekend trips to places like Catalina Island or Big Bear Lake. Solvang, in Santa Barbara wine country offers a quaint Danish experience. Las Vegas is only five hours away by car, or an hour flight, for those who want to try their luck on the Strip. Parks such as Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes are also reasonable drives from San Diego.

Getting Around San Diego

San Diego is a car centric city due to its unique topography. The city is built on approximately 200 canyons and mesas. Most communities are built on the mesas and the canyons have been allowed to remain natural and wild. This creates natural separation between neighborhoods that are not actually that far away from each other. There is a San Diego Trolley light rail system, the SDMTS bus system, and the Coaster and Amtrak Pacific Surfliner train lines. The San Diego International Airport is the busiest single runway airport in the United States.

Commuting in San Diego

San Diego residents commute around the city using a network of freeways including Interstate 5, Interstate 8, Interstate 15, and Interstate 805, with connecting highways in between. In addition to motor traffic, San Diego provides an extensive network of bike routes. This combined with the year round pleasant weather, makes cycling a convenient and pleasant way to get around the city. Drive times can be long due to the hilly and canyon based terrain.

Why Here

While the cost of living is higher than average in San Diego, the city offers near perfect weather year round, a wide variety of outdoors activities, beautiful beaches, museums and other cultural centers, and a professional sports events. Fans of local sports have their choice of supporting the San Diego Chargers (football), the San Diego Padres (baseball), the San Diego Gulls (ice hockey) and a newly formed rugby team.

Where to move in San Diego

San Diego neighborhoods are like little villages. Mission Hills rests along the city’s central bay is one of the most sought after neighborhoods due to its array of boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, and bars. The Gaslamp Quarter is popular with young urban professionals, entrepreneurs, and artists. It was once the city’s red light district, but is now a popular location with a mix of contemporary and history architecture. Hillcrest is one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the city not only by being home to a large LGBT community, but also due to its inconsistent landscape. La Mesa offers a pedestrian friendly neighborhood with a variety of antique shops, unique boutiques and a quieter, suburban feel. You will find your new home in the perfect neighborhood in one of the best San Diego apartments in no time!