Gonzaga University Off Campus Apartments

Gonzaga University Off Campus Apartments

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Gonzo, from the Muppets, is a daredevil who will do anything for artistic performance. His greatest feat, however, was getting into Gonzaga University, a school for people of his mysterious breed.

The Gonzagas

Much to Gonzo’s dismay, he found that the school was not composed of Gonzos. It did, however, house another rare breed of people who place importance on both their Catholic traditions and learning. Those who attend are serious about their studies, and praise the schools integration of theology with liberal arts. Gonzo may not have found people (creatures) that physically look like him at this school, but he certainty found a like-minded tight-knit Jesuit community of Bulldogs, tons of programs and colleges to choose from, student resources like the Foley Center Library and The Jundt Art Museum, an awesome basketball team to cheer for, and tons of extracurricular activities!

Gonzo’s Place

Gonzo was excited by GU, but was equally excited by the local town, and decided to get to know GU’s surrounding area—Spokane, Washington. The first thing Gonzo noticed was the beauty of Spokane, and then he discovered that there was a ton to do there! Between the Centennial Trail, Manito Park, Northwest Museum of Arts, Riverfront Park, and Spokane Falls, a person could never be bored! Gonzo, excited by the prospect of living in such a cool place, immediately went on a hunt for an off-campus apartment that was affordable and close to campus. His first stop was visiting our apartment search guides for help leaning how to find his perfect place. Gonzo eventually settled in the Logan Neighborhood, just four blocks from campus, and became one of the 48% of undergrads living off-campus!

A Grand Ole’ Time

On the weekends, Gonzo gets a little sad because he misses Muppet friends, so he tries to distract himself by keeping busy. Luckily, Spokane is no bore on a Saturday. Downtown is swarming with activity, and students can head to place like Jack and Dan’s Bar and Grill, or Baby Bar at 827 W 1st Ave to listen to beats on the juke box. Gonzo loves a Saturday night in Spokane, and his new friends always make him feel welcome!

Average Apartment Rent in Spokane

# Bedrooms Nov Oct Sep 3 Month % change
Studio N/A N/A N/A 0%
1 Bed $1,269 $1,423 $1,475 -14%
2 Bed $776 $713 $692 12.1%
3 Bed N/A N/A N/A 0%

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Pine View

Spokane, Washington, 99203

1 Bedroom$575

2 Bedrooms$625 - $725

3 BedroomsUp to $950

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$1800 One bedroom in Spokane-10354 3815 E. 17th Avenue

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$3200 Three bedroom in Spokane-7190 4106 E 41st Ave

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803 S Cowley St #18, Spokane

803 S Cowley St #18, Spokane

Spokane, Washington, 99202

1 Bedroom$675

2 Bedrooms$775

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326 W 6th Ave, Spokane

326 W 6th Ave, Spokane

Spokane, Washington, 99204

2 Bedrooms$1,025

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  • How far is the airport from downtown Spokane and can I get there easily and cheaply?

    Spokane International Airport is located less than 6 miles from downtown Spokane and costs less than $1 for a one-way drive. Isaacson Airport is the next closest airport, located in Medical Lake- about 12 miles from Spokane or about a $2 one-way drive. Coeur D'Alene Air Terminal is also nearby in Idaho, about 29 miles away, or a $4 drive. Many other modes of transportation are available to and from the airport to fit any budget including shuttle services, local taxis, and limousines.

  • Does Spokane have any famous museums or exhibitions?

    Located in Northeast Spokane, Carr's One of a Kind in the World Museum is a private museum showcasing the cars of JFK, Elvis, and Jackie Gleason, as well as all sorts of funky memorabilia. Downtown Spokane is home to the Mobius Kids Children's Museum with hands-on interactive exhibits, an art studio, and even an area for toddlers and infants. Also located downtown in the beautiful Browne's addition historic neighborhood, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture features the historic Campbell House, as well five galleries showcasing regional history, art, and American Indian exhibits.

  • Is Spokane a good place for families?

    Based on safety and quality of education, Spokane is not a great place for families. With an overall crime rate of 98 per 1,000 residents, Spokane has a combined rate of violent and property crime that is very high compared to other places of similar population size. As far as education is concerned, Spokane students are primarly served by Spokane Public Schools (District 81), which is the largest public school system in Spokane and the second largest in the state. Comprising 34 elementary schools, six middle schools, and six high schools, this district serves about 30,000 students. Rated better than 53.4 percent of school districts in Washington and 50.5 percent of school districts in the country, Spokane's school system provides passable public education.

  • What are some family friendly neighborhoods in Spokane?

    If you want to find family-friendly neighborhoods in Dartford, we need to think about safety and education. For safety, Pasadena Park / Hutton Settlement, Hazelwood, Town and Country, and Division St / Newport Hwy are the top five safest neighborhoods. The top five neighborhoods for education, on the other hand, are Five Mile Rd / Strong Rd, Dartford, Division St / Newport Hwy, Dishman, and Country Homes / Whitworth College. Some of the best neighborhoods for families in Dartford, so, are are Dartford and Division St / Newport Hwy.

  • What do people in Spokane do as far as outdoor recreation?

    A Center for Contemporary Art, and others. The best-known museum in the area, however, are mostly located 40 minutes northeast of Colonia in New York City. Some examples include one of the largest museums in the world, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (or the Met), the Museum of Natural History, the Guggenheim, the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), and the Cloisters.