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Popular Manchester Apartments
Hartford, Connecticut, 06105
Studio/1 Bedroom$795 - $1,040
2 Bedrooms$1,000 - $1,295
Rocky Hill, Connecticut, 06067
1 Bedroom$855 - $955
2 Bedrooms$1,025 - $1,075
Broad Brook, Connecticut, 06016
1 Bedroom$820 - $940
2 Bedrooms$920 - $1,325
3 Bedrooms$1,270 - $1,375
Bloomfield, Connecticut, 06002
1 Bedroom$1,185 - $2,296
2 Bedrooms$1,509 - $3,094
3 Bedrooms$2,000 - $3,635
Manchester Apartments Info
Find Apartments in Manchester, Connecticut
If you are a couple and seeking a new place, there are different spacious apartments available for rent both east of city center and in many other captivating neighborhoods as well. MyNewPlace can help you find every amenity you need in your new place in Manchester - whether it is a Lincoln green eat in kitchen or a kid friendly apartment.
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Fine Apartments in Manchester, Connecticut
Did you know that the Cheney family built what became the largest silk mill on earth in Manchester, Connecticut in 1838? Rent an apartment in “Silk City” and weave a wonderful life for you and your family. The city is famous not only for its fine silk manufacturing, but for its excellent schools, community organizations, recreational opportunities, events, and so much more. You’ll be as smooth as silk if you rent an apartment in this charming Connecticut town. Whether you’re a silk aficionado or you’re more of the polyester persuasion, you’ll love living in Manchester.
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A Good Life and Good Citizens
Rent one of Manchester, Connecticut’s fine apartments and you’ll be living the good life no matter who you are. According to Leo V. Diana, mayor of this fine city as of 2011, “Manchester offers an outstanding quality of life to each and everyone who lives here.” Whether you’re a massage therapist from Des Moines or a bodybuilder from Las Vegas, you can lead a fulfilling life here. Not only that, but you’ll get to enjoy it along with the many happy already established residents. As of the 2010 census, the city boasted a population of 58,241 welcoming citizens. Need some help squeezing your massage table or home gym through the front door of your new apartment? One of the friendly residents is sure to help. It makes sense that a town with the motto “City of Village Charm” would boast such a warm and inviting community. Enjoy the great quality of life and tight-knit community spirit offered 365 days a year and rent one of these great apartments. Ten out of ten massage therapists recommend it.
Want to learn more about Manchester’s rich history? Throw on your finest silk dress or tie and visit one of the town’s many museums. Don’t miss The Fire Museum. Celebrate firefighting through the ages and explore the museum’s collection of period equipment, including a 1911 American water tower. Got a kid with zero interest in steam engines? Take him or her to the Lutz Children’s Museum for a day of “self-discovery and exploration.” With activities featuring live animals and museum artifacts, the Lutz Children’s Museum will make your child forget SpongeBob SquarePants ever existed. If you’re interested in finding out what life was like before animated sponges, you should visit one of the museum’s maintained by the Manchester Historical Society. Learn about the past at the Old Manchester Museum and the Cheney Homestead Museum. Rent one of the marvelous apartments and celebrate your new town’s unique history. After all, SpongeBob will always be there when you get back from exploring.
Birds and Recreation
Manchester offers so many recreational opportunities, you’ll find it more than makes good on its promise of offering up the best quality of life for all. Take Wickham Park for instance. Whether you’re into bird watching or baseball, you’re sure to have a great time at this local institution. This non-profit foundation offers “250 acres of gardens, open fields, woodlands, ponds, picnic areas, sports facilities, and other attractions,” according to its website. Interested in seeing some of the feathered residents? Visit the aviary or the bird sanctuary and marvel at red-tailed hawks, pheasants, turkey vultures, and other winged creatures. You can learn about all types of animals and plants at the park’s nature center. Exercise your body along with your mind and utilize the park’s 18 hole disc golf course, volleyball courts, tennis courts, and more. If you’ve got a little one with you, be sure to stop by the public playgrounds located within the park. So start packing those boxes, cause the sooner you move, the sooner you’ll be able to watch birds (and frisbees) fly from your new apartment.
Average Apartment Rent in Manchester, Connecticut
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Manchester Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Manchester have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In July the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Manchester apartment cost $1,064. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Manchester apartment was $1,227 in July. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Manchester rentals listed below.
Rent Apartments Near Manchester, Connecticut
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Search Apartment Rentals in Manchester, CT Neighborhoods
Each neighborhood in Manchester is different. Search apartments by neighborhood to find where your Manchester apartments should be:
- Bowers Apartments
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- Spencer Apartments
- Verplanck Apartments
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Map & Local Information
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What's a good neighborhood for families in Manchester?
Good neighborhoods for family hinge on safety and high-quality public education. The top three safest neighborhoods in Manchester are Highland Park, Oakland / Lydallville, and Center St / Summit St. The best neighborhoods for education, on the other hand, are Highland Park, Oakland / Lydallville, and Manchester Green. Therefore, two of the best neighborhoods for families in Manchester are Highland Park and Oakland / Lydallville.
Is Manchester pet friendly?
Manchester is pretty pet friendly. There are the Center Springs Park, Wickham Park, and Case Mountain, all of which fall within the city limits, as well as Hebron's Gay City State Park and Coventry's Nathan Hale State Forest, both of which lie outside of it. The largest parks in the area are Meshomasic State Forest, located about 30 minutes south of Manchester, and Natchaug State Forest, located about 50 minutes northeast of Manchester.