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The rich Southern culture and history, coupled with low prices and larger-than-average spaces, make Atlanta rentals some of the best in the nation. Though thousands of new residents make their homes here every year, there is no shortage of multi family homes for rent in ATL, with several neighborhoods to discover. Those drawn in by the fast-paced urban lifestyle can choose a high-rise apartment next to Centennial Olympic Park, while more laid-back individuals can rent a cozy townhouse across from the Krog Street Market.

Either way, multi family rentals are great way to save money and start enjoying this charming city. Monthly rent costs vary from region to region and depend on which type of multi family housing you prefer. This city has several options to choose from, including:

  • Apartments
  • Townhouses
  • Condos
  • Duplexes

Most of the multi family properties for rent in Atlanta around the Downtown and Midtown regions are in high-rise buildings. Choose between condos for rent by owner or lease an apartment in a popular complex right in the center of the city. A lot of these residences attract students attending local universities like Georgia State, as well as businessmen and women working in the Downtown business district.

Expect to pay at least $1,000 monthly for even a studio apartment, due to the great skyline views and prime location. Live within walking distance of the biggest Atlanta attractions, from the SkyView Atlanta Ferris wheel to the College Football Hall of Fame. The main neighborhoods that make up Downtown include:

  • Castleberry Hill
  • Peachtree Center
  • SoNo

Midtown ATL apartments are a little more upscale, offering additional modern amenities and more space than in the Downtown neighborhoods. For a homier feel, there are even a few townhouse rentals to choose from as well. With amenities like floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors and private balconies, the median rent price is generally around $1,500 for a one bedroom apartment or townhome.

Midtown is considered the art district of the city, containing an abundance of entertainment venues and other places to appreciate the local talent. Just a few steps away from most Midtown homes are tons of local favorites, like the Atlanta Botanical Garden and The Fox Theatre. Look into these neighborhoods to find the perfect Midtown rental properties for you:

  • Tech Square
  • Midtown Proper
  • Atlantic Station

There is a greater mix of multi family homes for rent in Atlanta outside of Downtown and Midtown. In addition to apartment and condo rentals, neighborhoods in the West and East regions also have an assortment of duplexes and triplexes available. Monthly costs and amenities differ depending on which side of the city you are considering. These neighborhoods have the benefit of cheaper options like those in the suburbs, while still only being a short ride away from Downtown.

ATL properties in the West region have some of the lowest prices, though the amenities are not always as extravagant as those found elsewhere. It is easy to find nice one or even two bedroom apartments for less than $1,000. Take advantage of these low prices by choosing neighborhoods like:

  • Vine City
  • College Town at West End
  • English Avenue

The East region boasts some of the most unique and varied real estate in Atlanta. With several of the city’s historical districts located here, many century-old factories and mills now house renovated apartments for rent, with industrial décor like expose duct work and open floorplans. Eclectic and modern townhouses are also popular throughout these communities for renters who require more space. Enjoy the balance between trendy shops and housing and the tranquil and family-friendly atmosphere.

With new renovations, the prices of many multi family rentals in this region are similar to Midtown, but the spaces are generally bigger. Some studios are available for between $800 and $1,000. Some of the most favorable neighborhoods to move to include:

  • Atkins Park
  • Old Fourth Ward
  • Oakland

For a more upscale lifestyle, look to multi family housing options found around Buckhead. With their impressive and often historic houses settled in a scenic forest landscape, Buckhead neighborhoods are known as some of the most attractive in the city. While spacious mansions and estates are the most popular in these areas, chic apartments and condos are widely available as well. Expect the best luxury amenities include shared saltwater swimming pools and chef-designed kitchens. Even with all of these amenities, however, these spaces offer much larger rooms for the price you pay when compared to an apartment Downtown.

These high-end multi-family homes are largely concentrated along Peachtree Road, the main street that runs through the Buckhead business district. This puts residents just a short walk away from some of the city’s finest restaurants and retail centers, including the multi-level shopping mall, Lenox Square. Other fun local activities include visiting the Atlanta History Center or the ritzy bowling alley, The Painted Pin.

Renting is not quite as big here as it is elsewhere in the city, as residents are more likely to own their home, but there are still plenty of options for renters to choose from. Aside from clustered around the business district, find your perfect multi family rental around these Buckhead communities as well:

  • Underwood Hills
  • Lindbergh
  • Pine Hills


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