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Popular Endicott Apartments
Endicott, New York, 13760
1 Bedroom$660 - $815
2 Bedrooms$799 - $925
3 Bedrooms$999 - $1,250
Binghamton, New York, 13905
2 Bedrooms$775 - $925
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, 18702
1 BedroomUp to $1,890
2 BedroomsUp to $2,230
Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 17701
1 BedroomUp to $885
2 BedroomsUp to $2,145
3 BedroomsUp to $1,210
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New York City—a place where dreams come true…too bad no one can afford it...I mean, come on, we are the 99% afterall. That’s why the Village of Endicott, NY is the perfect alternative for those wanting the New York apartment experience without the overwhelming big city clutter and expensive renting prices. Endicott is part of the “Triples Cities” along with Binghamton and Johnson City, and has much to offer all its own. The Village of Endicott will help give you a better idea of what this town is all about, and locals will give you the low down on everything else at LocalTalk.
Weren’t we talking about Renting?
Renting an apartment in Endicott is both affordable and desirable for people looking for studios, or for people renting with families. Check out our rental and census data tables as well as our other fact sheets for more info about affordability and options for your future new digs. There is no reason to wait around while these great deals on Endicott apartments are out there!
Food. It’s my bag baby, yeah!
Sorry, I just finished watching Austin Powers...and it made me hungry. Everything makes me hungry I realize. On that note, let’s talk about some of the abfab restaurants to visit in Endicott! Wander back to yesteryear for Italian food at Oak Hill Inn at 122 Oak Hill Ave. and enjoy the old-timey ambiance, food and service. Thai Basil at 1 Washington Ave. is another hot spot with authentic Thai dishes, a cozy atmosphere and a BYOB policy—ideal for the starving college student who can’t afford the nice wine at restaurants.
Students looking for a good study spot will also appreciate the café scene in Endicott. Get a cappuccino at L'Amore Caffe' at 128 Oak Hill Ave then head down the street for some yummy gelato at Antonio’s Galleria and Café at 100 Oak Hill Ave. which doubles as a venue for local musicians. Also, don’t miss Thursday night trivia at Antonio’s hosted by DJ John Adams.
Fantastic Familial Fun!
Are you looking to rent an apartment with a family? Endicott is a great place to grow up, and there is no shortage of fun things to do. Enjoy the Gusto festival and Heritage museum in Little Italy Endicott. Visit Grippen Park for ice skating in winter and picnics and sporting events in summer. Or try the swimming pool, playground and carousel at George W. Johnson Memorial Park. Kids will love the musical theatre, dancers and musicians that appear at Endicott Performing Arts Center and the Cider Mill Playhouse.
How do you spell S.C.H.O.O.L?
With all the fun things to do, who wants to even think about school?! Well, I’m guessing every single parent. Luckily, Union-Endicott Central School District has a wonderful selection of schools with great academic, athletic and arts programs as well as several resources for parents and students. Your child will thrive in Endicott’s education system and be able to create close bonds with their teachers and peers in this small community.
Being Hip in Endicott
All this talk of family and kids is great and all, but what about the younger, dare I say, more hip generation looking to rent an apartment in Endicott? Fear not, hipsters! Endicott is prepared for your arrival! A number of free outdoor concerts happen at Washington Ave and in Little Italy, so check the schedule to see what tickles your fancy. Instinct Bar and Club on 1304 Monroe St. is a cool spot with live entertainment, djs, and dancing. Check out Wednesday Trivia night or happy hour at Kelly’s Sports Bar at 102 N. Page Ave. You don’t have to be in the Big Apple to love New York. Endicott has got something for people of all ages and is wonderful place to live and rent an apartment!
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Is the cost of living in Endicott higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
The cost of living in Endicott is 11 percent lower than the US average considering the rest of the country. Endwell to the north is 5 percent more expensive than Endicott, Johnson City to the northeast is 1 percent cheaper than Endicott, and Binghamton to the east is same as Endicott. Vestal to the south is 8 percent more expensive than Endicott, and Owego to the west is on par with Endicott.