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Every year Atlanta homes grow more enticing, as visitors continue to discover the city’s eclectic blend of Southern history and modern metropolitan life. Real estate in ATL has something for everyone, from comfort food and small-town hospitality to fine dining and international attractions. With its larger-than-average residences, a studio apartment for rent is one of the best housing options to experience the city of Atlanta on a budget.

Studio apartments are ideal for individuals who enjoy the hustle of urban life and want to be close to the action, whether in an upscale loft along the Midtown Mile or an industrial flat in the historical districts. The smaller space allows you to enjoy a centralized location without compromising on other desired amenities. Individuals who get the most out of renting a studio include:

  • Students attending one of the nearby universities.
  • Local or traveling businessmen and women.
  • Visitors planning to stay in the city for an extended period of time.

Rent prices for a studio apartment are mostly based on the size of the space, with some slight adjustment for different amenities and locations around the city. Below is a list of estimated price ranges for Atlanta studio rentals of varying sizes:

  • Around 500 square feet: $1,000 – $1,250
  • Around 600 square feet: $1,300 – $1,450
  • Around 700 square feet: $1,500 – $1,600

Expect to add an extra $500 – $1000 for luxury amenities, such as access to a rooftop terrace or pool, skyline views, in-unit washer and dryer or an additional half bathroom. It is not uncommon to find pet friendly apartments in the city, though the pet deposits and fees are considerable. These charges range anywhere from $350 to $1,000, and sometimes include an additional monthly pet rent. When searching for a cheap studio apartment, it is important to keep these extra costs in mind to ensure you get the best deal.

To find a studio apartment for rent in Atlanta, one of the best places to look is in the Midtown region. Rental properties get a lot of traffic in this area because it is frequented by local students and professionals who commute to the Downtown business district. The most popular neighborhoods for studio apartments include:

  • Midtown
  • Tech Square
  • Home Park
  • Marietta Street Artery

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) runs through most of these neighborhoods, making travel very quick and easy for these groups. Walkability is also a plus around Midtown and Downtown, as there are plenty of attractions within walking distance of apartment complexes, including the College Football Hall of Fame and Piedmont Park, which hosts most of the local festivals including Music Midtown.

With Georgia State, Georgia Tech and other university campuses close by, this is a hotspot for students looking for housing options. The most affordable prices tend to be in Tech Square due to its close proximity to Georgia Tech, with some spaces available for under $1,000 a month. Due to the large student population here, move-in specials are often available. This means a great time to hunt for a studio apartment in the area is between May and August, before the next school year begins.

Buckhead is another great area to find studio apartments, as this region has its own bustling business district filled with professionals commuting to work. Most of these properties are located along Peachtree Road, a major thoroughfare that runs through several Buckhead neighborhoods, such as:

  • Garden Hills
  • Buckhead Village
  • Ridgedale Park
  • Peachtree Heights East

Prices for monthly rent tend to run a little higher in these communities, as residents enjoy gorgeous forest views and upscale shopping in Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza. Expect the majority of local studio rentals to have prices between $1,200 and $1,300 at least. Local luxury amenities include a sophisticated culinary scene, with plenty of fine dining options for business dinners or fun outings, like Bones Restaurant and Chops Lobster Bar.

If you want to find an Atlanta studio apartment for rent with an eclectic and trendy vibe, consider looking in the neighborhoods east of Downtown. Many of these communities were built around historic districts, filled with old factories and warehouses that often date back as far as the late 1800s.

With some restoration efforts, these buildings now house renovated apartments with stylish industrial décor, including exposed brick, polished concrete floors and shared courtyards. Several local restaurants and bars have a similar feel, with popular places like the Krog Street Market being housed in an old stove factory. Public transportation frequently runs through these neighborhoods, offering locals easy access to Downtown and Midtown attractions when desired.


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