Connecticut Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Connecticut (CT)

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Largest Cities in Connecticut

Connecticut has several large cities where you can rent desirable apartments at affordable prices. The state’s largest city is Bridgeport, which has an estimated population of more than 137,000 people. New Haven and the capital city of Hartford also are large urban centers in Connecticut.

Other Large Cities in Connecticut

Reasonably priced apartments also are located in many of Connecticut’s smaller cities. Norwalk, Stamford, and Danbury are popular cities with a range of rentals for people who are looking for an apartment. These communities offer access to both great attractions and enjoyable nightlife.

 

Average August Rental Rates in Connecticut


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $1,059 (101)
One Bedroom $1,172 (219)
Two Bedroom $1,492 (321)
Three Bedroom $2,089 (615)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Connecticut Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Connecticut $1492 -
Rhode Island $1400 (-92)
Massachusetts $2075 (583)
New York $2730 (1238)
New Jersey $1700 (208)
Vermont $1679 (187)
 

Rental Trends in Connecticut


Month Rent Change
March $1408 -
April $1432 (24)
May $1430 (-2)
June $1460 (30)
July $1482 (22)
August $1492 (10)
 

Information about Connecticut

Connecticut is a vibrant center of commerce that’s located in close proximity to many large metropolitan hubs like New York City. From its coastline to its inland mountain areas, this small New England state offers many apartment rentals for a range of buyer needs.

Although Connecticut is one of the smallest states by total land area, its more than 3.5 million residents make it the 29th most populous state in the nation. Connecticut residents are employed in a variety of industries. Many people who live on the southwestern side of the state work in the New York City area. The capital, Hartford sometimes is referred to as The Insurance Capital of the World, as major companies in the insurance industry traditionally have been located there. Well-known and highly ranked educational institutes such as Yale University are headquartered in the state, as well.

Connecticut, sometimes known as The Constitution State, is bordered by Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York. Despite its small total land area, Connecticut has plenty of attractions and recreational activities to offer its inhabitants. Long Island Sound communities like Mystic and New London not only offer scenic harbors, but interested participants also could charter fishing voyages in these seaports. Connecticut boasts several great collegiate and professional sports teams. University of Connecticut athletic programs usually rally numerous fans for sporting events and the Connecticut Sun, a WNBA basketball team, plays at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville.

Renters in Connecticut can enjoy a range of employment opportunities and leisure activities. Be sure to check out apartment listings for Connecticut in order to help locate the rental in this New England state that’s right for you.