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Boise, Idaho, 83706
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Boise, Idaho, 83706
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Boise, Idaho, 83712
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Boise, Idaho, 83704
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How’s your French? Know what les bois means? Trees. The abundance of trees in the Boise Valley is actually what led the city of Boise, Idaho to adopt its name. Rent an apartment in beautiful Boise and you’ll not only be surrounded by trees, but by great schools, culture, sports, parks, and more.
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Apartment dwellers have a great variety of options in Boise. You’ll find buildings of all different shapes, sizes, and styles, and units tend to range from one up to three bedrooms. You can easily find pet friendly places, so Fido and Fifi can rest easy in Boise. Prices are fairly reasonable, and as long as you use our apartment finder to seal up the deal, you’ll lock into the best possible rate. Take a look at the table above to see what apartments are currently renting for in Boise.
Trees and Companies
Energy, Peril, Success. That’s not the name of a U2 song, it’s Boise, Idaho’s motto. Boise evolved from a small settlement of French fur trappers into the capital city of Idaho. With a population of 205,671 as of the 2010 census, Boise is also Idaho’s most populous city. Boise’s growth can be attributed to it being the banking, commerce, and government center for the state. In fact, Forbes magazine named Boise the second best place for business and careers in 2008. Major businesses located in Boise include Crucial.com, Healthwise, Bodybuilding.com, MarkMonitor, and many others. Boise offers the perks of the big city with the beauty of nature. The city is located in the foothills of the Rockies along the Boise River and its official nickname is The City of Trees. Whether you’re here to start a new company or climb a tree, Boise will keep you occupied.
All That Jazz and More
If culture is what you’re after, B town won’t let you down. Ever heard the jazz classic Ode to Billie Joe? You can thank former Boise resident Gene Harris for that one. Boise is actually known for its vibrant jazz music. Why not attend the Gene Harris Jazz Festival or Jazz on the Grove and soak in the sounds of America’s music? Got kids? Get them involved in the Re Art program, a free art program series offering classes in culinary arts, break dancing, interior design, and more. Hire a babysitter and take in a Ballet Idaho or Opera Idaho performance. When fall comes around, be sure not to miss the Idaho International Film Festival. Rent one of Boise’s beautiful apartments and start enjoying the many cultural experiences the city has to offer. Bleachers and Teachers Did you know that both champion cyclist Kristin Armstrong and former Major League Baseball player Bill Buckner have called Boise home? Boise is a city with an abundance of athletic opportunities, whether you’re looking to get in on the action or watch from the bleachers. Take a dip in one of six outdoor pools in the summer, take up karate, yoga, or learn how to dance. Looking for something a little more low key? Go for a stroll at Baggley Park. If you’d rather kick back and munch on popcorn, stop by Qwest Arena for an Idaho Steelheads ice hockey game or Memorial Stadium for a Boise Hawks baseball game.
I you’re looking for some higher education, you can learn enroll in one of Boise’s many schools. Folks in Boise attend Boise State University, Boise Bible College, or a satellite campus of either the University of Idaho or Idaho State University. For the kiddies in the house, the Boise School District boasts five high schools, eight junior high schools, and thirty one elementary schools. Boise is also home to private schools like the Catholic Bishop Kelly High School and Riverstone International School.
Average Apartment Rent in Boise, Idaho
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Boise Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Boise have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In February the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Boise apartment cost $646. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Boise apartment was $744 in February. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in February was $1,043. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Boise rentals listed below.
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how close is the bench to downtown
The distance of Central Beach to Downtown is about 3 miles, 10 minutes by car.
Is Boise a town where I'll need a car to get around?
Not necessarily. Public transportation in Boise is provided by ValleyRide in the form of a series of bus lines. This fixed-line system includes 18 bus routes in Boise and Garden City. ValleyRide also operates Paratransit bus services, providing door-to-door transportation for disabled people in Boise and surrounding areas. In addition, there is a network of bike paths throughout the city and neighboring regions, such as the Boise River Greenbelt.
What are some family friendly neighborhoods in Boise?
Neighborhoods need to be safe and have high-quality education to be family-friendly neighborhoods. Horseshoe Bend / Idaho City, Mountain View Dr / Ustick Rd, State St / 30th St, Lake Hazel Rd / Cole Rd, and Barber are the 5 safest neighborhoods in Boise, Chinden Blvd / Mountain View Dr, Edna St / Maple Grove Rd, 18th St / Sherman St, Victory Rd / Maple Grove Rd, Mountain View Dr / Ustick Rd are the 5 good education neighborhoods. Thus, Mountain View Dr / Ustick Rdc can be suitable place for the question.