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Boardman, Ohio, 44512
1 Bedroom$615 - $645
2 BedroomsUp to $915
Boardman, Ohio, 44512
2 Bedrooms$985 - $1,105
Warren, Ohio, 44483
2 BedroomsUp to $775
3 Bedrooms$810 - $830
Niles, Ohio, 44446
Studio/1 Bedroom$455 - $655
2 Bedrooms$645 - $660
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Boardman apartments are definitely vacant in a number of disparate parts of town; you will find a variety of options in assorted interesting areas around the city. Check out average rents in Boardman or for more tips, keep reading this page, or visit our blog for lots of apartment finding and living tips!
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Living it up in a Boardman Apartment
Looking for the perfect new apartment in a suburb near Youngstown, Ohio? Find a great apartment with MyNewPlace.com in the city of Boardman which lies just over five miles to the south. Apartments here offer proximity to the greater Youngstown area in a quiet township a few miles from the Pennsylvania border with its own shopping and park areas. Boardman is located about midway between Pittsburgh and Cleveland and was home to the first Arby’s restaurant which opened in 1964. The former steel-working town has since become a commercial suburb of the Mahoning County seat, Youngstown. Renting in Boardman has never been easier than with MyNewPlace.com, and for info on how to make the move more fun, check out what the locals have to say about the city in our "Ask a Question" section.
Convenient Apartments and Affordable Rents
A mere fifteen minutes from Youngstown, apartments in Boardman keep you close to both work and play in the area. This historic township, founded in the late 1700s, is far away enough from Youngstown to maintain its own character and local events while still sharing in the goings-on of the neighboring towns.
Boardman, the Town
The township of Boardman hosts a handful of sites for activities for families including shopping at the Southern Park Mall, racing go-karts, playing miniature golf, or playing in the arcade at Sports World. The local Boardman Park hosts a number of events monthly and is home to several sports facilities, playgrounds, trails, and picnic areas as well. Whether you want to spend time outdoors or relax with some retail therapy, everything is easily within reach.
Come With an Appetite
Boardman’s Culinary Arts Center is quite the local hot spot. Renowned chefs put on a number of regular classes and events including cooking and bar-tending courses. Hold your next business or family function or come for a wine tasting in the Cozze Lounge. The Culinary Arts Center puts on events ranging from children’s summer camps to BBQ cook-offs! It’s a local treat that you’ll surly want to check out once you’re settled into your new place.
Our Neighbor, Youngstown
The City of Youngstown, abundant with its own parks and open spaces, is fifteen minutes from Boardman and a straight shot driving on Market Street. There are a handful of museums including the McDonough Museum and the Butler Institute of American Art. The Covelli Center hosts live music and theatrical performances regularly, while the local opera, ballet, and choral ensembles perform at the historic Stambaugh Auditorium. Youngstown is also home to the newly-restored, Art Deco Powers Auditorium, formerly part of the Warner Brothers’ film empire which now houses the Youngstown Symphony. Apartments here offer close proximity for college students as well; over 15,000 students attend Youngstown State University. Within earshot of the Youngstown area, apartments in this great city offer you everything you’re looking for! So get ready to spend some quality time outdoors or take in the art and culture, cause there’s always something going on in the area.
Average Apartment Rent in Boardman, Ohio
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Boardman Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Boardman have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Boardman apartment cost $659. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Boardman apartment was $797 in September. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Boardman rentals listed below.
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Is Boardman a good place for families?
Based on safety and quality of education, Boardman is a good place for families. With a crime index of 28 out of 100, Boardman's crime rate is near the average for all other communities of similar size. As far as schools are concerned, Boardman is served by the Boardman Local School District, which provides high-quality public education to Boardman students. Boardman School District was rated as better than 79.2 percent of school districts in Ohio and 87.7 percent of school districts in the US. Boardman is also home to many parks and lakes.
Is Boardman pet friendly?
Boardman is fairly pet-friendly. Although there are no off-leash dog areas in Boardman, residents are currently working on raising funds for a city dog park. In the meantime, there are several parks in the area where you can take your pets as long as they are kept on leash, including Mill Creek Park in Boardman and Poland Village Park in neighboring Poland. For hiking and camping with your pets, Grand River Wilderness Area is located about 50 minutes north of Boardman, and Moraine State Park is located about an hour west of Boardman in Pennsylvania.
What does everyone in Boardman do for fun in their spare time and on weekends?
Boardman is situated in an area surrounded by quite a bit of green space. For that reason, many Boardman residents enjoy spending time outdoors in their spare time and on weekends. The 2,800-acre Mill Creek Park is located right in town and features recreational opportunities like hiking, biking, boating, fishing, golf, tennis, volleyball, picnicking, cross-country skiing, and sledding. The park has 20 miles of drives and 15 miles of foot trails. Many lakes in the area are also popular destinations for outdoor enthusiasts, especially fishermen. These include Lake Milton and Berlin Lake to the west, and Evans Lake and Pine Lake to the south.