Seattle University Off Campus Apartments

Seattle University Off Campus Apartments

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Seattle University

Seattle University is quite a small school by nationwide standards, but is consistently ranked in the top schools that offer a full range of degree programs. The Jesuit-run school has separate colleges for Arts and Sciences, Law, Nursing and Humanities and Teaching.

Best in the Northwest

Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest, and has a little-known nickname (outside the city itself) of The Emerald City. However obscure, the name is appropriate. The streets are filled with evergreens, and an extremely rainy climate means that lush gardens thrive. Urban attractions and outdoor recreation (as long as you rug up!), are said to be perfectly blended here.

Walk - But With an Umbrella!

Seattle is considered one of the most walkable cities in the world, and the area around Seattle U is no exception. It scores 95 out of 100 for walkability ... and the only negative aspect to that is the fact that there are more rain days here than any other major city in the country!

Neighborhoods for Sleeping in Seattle

Why not take advantage of Seattle's walkability and look for an apartment rental close to school? You'll be looking at the Downtown, Madrona, Capitol Hill and Stevens neighborhoods to be within easy reach of Seattle U. The Downtown area is of course busiest, being closest to the Central Business District - and also has a strange imbalance of males to females, with a 60-40 ratio! Look to Capitol Hill and Stevens for best affordability and lower living density.

Seattle Apartment and Housing Choices

For quite a large city (the Northwest's largest!), Seattle housing and rental prices are quite affordable. Even students have quite a range of apartments to choose from, with prices starting at $550 per month, and the average price close to $750 per month.

Celebrating in Seattle

Despite poor weather, festivals are popular in Seattle. The Seattle Pride Festival and Gay Pride Parade, the International Film Festival and a Kids Festival are all extremely popular. Club Motor, Chop Suey and the Cuff Complex are also host to some big nights out.

You can also make dining more of an event than an everyday occurrence, with ideas like the cooking courses on offer at Poppy Restaurant, among others, and the Dine with your Dog brunch!

 

 

Average Apartment Rent in Seattle

# Bedrooms Oct Sep Aug 3 Month % change
Studio $1,463 $1,531 $1,462 0.1%
1 Bed $1,863 $1,842 $1,795 3.8%
2 Bed $2,423 $2,451 $2,440 -0.7%
3 Bed $2,119 $2,046 $1,895 11.8%

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Apartments in Seattle - View 78 properties

Collins on Pine

Collins on Pine

Seattle, Washington, 98122

Studio/1 Bedroom$1,450 - $2,464

2 Bedrooms$2,495 - $3,705

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Vox Apartments

Vox Apartments

Seattle, Washington, 98122

Studio/1 BedroomUp to $2,450

2 Bedrooms$3,040 - $3,110

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Viva

Viva

Seattle, Washington, 98122

Studio/1 Bedroom

2 Bedrooms

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Sunset Electric

Sunset Electric

Seattle, Washington, 98122

Studio/1 Bedroom

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Chloe Apartments

Chloe Apartments

Seattle, Washington, 98122

Studio/1 Bedroom

2 Bedrooms

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