7 Great Rentals in Edmonton You Can Get for Under $1,200/Month
Another month, another roundup of rentals to discover around Edmonton! We also have a bit of diversity to show, from very cheap to high-end, but all under $1,200 per month. Let’s see what happens before summer, shall we?
Here are the rentals in Edmonton to discover right now, courtesy of Rentals.ca.
11819 106 Street NW – $549+
We start with very affordable options, even by Edmonton standards. This Westwood development offers “micro-suites” starting at just $550/month. Luckily, you’ll still have your own bathroom and you’ll be just a few blocks from Plaza Bowling!
10829 113 St NW – $626 +
Moving towards Queen Mary Park we enter more traditional accommodation which is still very cheap. While studios here start at $626, an even better deal would be to find a suitable roommate and opt for the 2-bedroom layout, which costs $925.
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10045 83 Avenue NW – $875+
Maybe you think Strathcona is the place to be…we have a choice there too! Located a few blocks from the Farmer’s Market, this offer includes heat and water. And if that wasn’t enough, you can also get a free month’s rent if you sign a full year lease.
10319 83 Avenue NW – $962+
Just down the street from the choice above, we come to one of the city’s most well-known buildings, thanks to the huge mural on one side. Fortunately, the interior lives up to the hype, with modern spaces and amenities for you to enjoy.
9925 Jasper Avenue – $995+
Back downtown we go, with a building a short walk from the Fairmont Hotel. Interiors are ok, but we’re more interested in a private pool and gym to take advantage of the amenities. It’s a few hundred dollars a year that we save there.
Avenue 116A and Street 32 – $1,002+
This list wouldn’t be complete without at least one townhouse option. Fortunately, we found one in Rundle that combines both space and convenience. Wake up on a beautiful summer morning, stroll through the neighborhood/River Valley and come back for a little BBQ. It looks nice to us.
10215 95 street – $1,144
It only indicates that our most expensive choice would be the most luxurious. Starting at nearly $1,200/month for a studio, this pick offers classic amenities like a gym and an outdoor patio for admiring river valley views. But, you will also get up to 2 months free rent when signing certain leases, which brings the price down a bit.
There you have it…incredible rentals in Edmonton right now, and all under $1,200 per month!