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When it comes to Atlanta real estate, this city is known to have some of the largest and most upscale housing available, and often at an affordable price. Local condos for rent are proof of this, offering comfortable options for individuals and families alike with access to world-class attractions close by, including favorites like World of Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium. Rent a furnished condo Downtown and join the flourishing art and business districts, or explore the unique and often historic properties of quieter up-and-coming neighborhoods.

With plenty of listings for rent by owner across the city, there is an option for everyone. Expect prices like these for ATL condos of different sizes:

  • One bedroom condo: $1,200 – $1,800
  • Two bedroom condo: $1,500 – $2,500
  • Three bedroom condo: $2,500 – $4,000

Condo rentals often come with a lot of extra perks for residents that other types of urban housing do not. While these extra comforts often increase the monthly rent you will pay, the prices are not significantly different in most cases. Some of the modern amenities you might see include:

  • Dry cleaning and laundry services.
  • Housekeeping services.
  • Rooftop terrace access.
  • Spa membership.
  • A private deck.

You will find most of the condos for rent in Atlanta around Midtown. This art district is known for picturesque views of the city and local parks, such as the popular Piedmont Park. Housing is a little pricier here than in other neighborhoods, due to the centralized location and great local amenities. Catch a concert from your balcony, walk to a local art festival or take a quick trip with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transport Authority (MARTA) to other areas of the city. You cannot go wrong with a condo in one of these exciting neighborhoods:

  • Midtown
  • Atlantic Station
  • Tech Square
  • Georgia Tech

Condos in the Downtown business district are often sought after by young professionals. With plenty of attractions and interesting job opportunities nearby, like CNN Studios, it is a smart place to start a career. Real estate statistics report that crime rates tend to be higher in this area of the city, but they have been on the decline in recent years. Check out neighborhoods like these around this major international hub:

  • Castleberry Hill
  • South Downtown
  • Peachtree Center
  • SoNo

Condo properties in the Midtown and Downtown areas are also great for students attending the local universities. Multiple colleges are located around the city center, from Georgia State and Georgia Tech to Emory and Clark Atlanta University. Take advantage of residences spread out around the schools, as they are often a little on the cheaper side to attract students.

Another popular area to find Atlanta condos for rent is around Buckhead, north of Midtown. Buckhead has its own business district along Peachtree Road, which is known for upscale shopping and dining options, like Bacchanalia and Umi. Surrounding communities are dedicated to beautiful mansions and estates, with nearby golf courses and great schools for residents to utilize. Explore condo rentals in some of these neighborhoods to experience the height of Southern living:

  • Buckhead Heights
  • Garden Hills
  • Pine Hills
  • Peachtree East

You will find lot more luxury condos in these neighborhoods, with listings growing more expensive as they get closer to the business district. Enjoy extravagant amenities including movie theaters and spas in the building, floor-to-ceiling windows for panoramic views of the city, fireplaces and multiple private terraces.

For more affordable ATL condo rentals, look outside of the city center in neighborhoods just to the east and west of Downtown. These communities have a laid-back atmosphere similar to the suburbs, but are actually the most up-and-coming areas for artists, young couples and families. In this older part of the city, you are more likely to find one bedroom condos for under $1,000 a month. Filled with hip coffee shops and bars like 18.21 Bitters, some of the most popular neighborhoods include:

  • Atkins Park
  • Old Fourth Ward
  • West End
  • Poncey-Highland

Living in and round the historic districts in Atlanta here, residents are surrounded by some of the best gardens and architecture in the city. The streets are lined with cultivated trees and flowers, renovated homes in the Victorian-style as well as converted factories and warehouses dating back to over a century ago. Attend a local festival or take a stroll in the Eastside Trail of the BeltLine to get a sense of the relaxing, family-friendly atmosphere.


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