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Prices and availability in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ were last updated on 26 May 2022.
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The price range for a studio apartment in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ is between $950 and $1,632. View all studio apartments in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ.
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The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ is between $871 and $3,504. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ now.
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The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ is between $975 and $3,871. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ.
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The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ is between $1,390 and $4,450. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ.
Renter's guide to Maryvale, Pheonix, AZ
Maryvale—Arizona’s first master planned community—is the most populated (and affordable) of Phoenix’s 15 urban villages. Spanning 32 square miles, it stretches from the Agua Fria River in the west to 27th Avenue in the east, with Camelback Road and Interstate 10 delimitating its northern and southern borders.How far is Maryvale from Downtown Phoenix?
Otherwise known as “West Phoenix”, Maryvale is situated a few minutes northwest of Central City Phoenix. From Maryvale’s eastern edge, the drive takes no more than 10 minutes via interstates 10 or 17. From the center it takes little over 25 minutes.
Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ Demographics
- Total Population237,121
Female 118,527Male 118,594
- Median Age28.1
In total, Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ has 237,121 residents, 118,594 women and 118,527 men, per U.S. Census recent estimates. Statistics show that the median age of Maryvale’s population is 28.1.
Cost of Living in Maryvale, Phoenix
While average salaries might be slightly lower than elsewhere in the US, the cheap cost of living more than makes up for it. Housing and utilities are especially affordable. And the cost of eating out at one of the neighborhood’s diverse and inexpensive restaurants is unlikely to set you back more than $15.
With Maryvale’s proximity to Phoenix’s center, the vast majority of residents commute by car. But the cost of public transportation is also low or even free (in the case of the Valley Metro that circulates Maryvale).
Average Rent in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ
- Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ Average Rental Price, April 2022 $1,306 /mo
The average monthly rent for an apartment in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ is around $1,306.
Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ Apartment Rent Ranges
A share of 18% of apartments in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ have the cheapest rents between $701-$1,000. Around 4% of rentals are in the most expensive price range of > $2,000. Around 54% of Maryvale’s apartments have monthly rents between $1,001-$1,500. There are 24% of apartments with rents between $1,501-$2,000.
Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ Rent Trends
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The national average price of rental apartments is $1,628, while the average monthly rent in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ is $1,306.
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Living in Maryvale, Pheonix, AZ
Maryvale boasts a young and diverse community. It has a large Latino population, for which reason many businesses display their signs in both English and Spanish. And this only adds to the cultural and culinary variety—the latter particularly well catered for by the neighborhood’s beloved “eloteros” (street vendors) who compete with some of the best restaurants in Maryvale.
Maryvale is also a densely-packed neighborhood, with more schools, churches and parks per square mile than anywhere else in the valley. And this comes at a price: statistically speaking Maryvale has something of a reputation as a dangerous neighborhood. But, as long-time residents will testify, the nature of the crimes committed pose little to no everyday danger to Maryvale’s residents.
Things to do in Maryvale, Pheonix, AZ
Maryvale is home to the Ak-Chin Pavilion: an amphitheater particularly popular among rock and metal groups with a capacity of 20,000. For sports fans, there’s Maryvale Baseball Park—training ground of the Milwaukee Brewers. And for lovers of the great outdoors there’s everything Arizona has to offer on your doorstep.
The Desert Sky Mall offers the ultimate shopping experience. And at the heart of the community life is the Maryvale Community Center which, with its wide range of activities, caters for all age groups and interests.
Maryvale, Pheonix, AZ employment & economy
Most of Maryvale’s residents work in the construction, administrative or retail industries. The Maryvale and Desert Sky malls are big employers. Healthcare also provides many jobs in Maryvale, especially at the Maryvale Parkway and Banner Estrella medical centers.
Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ Households
- Total Number of Households60,327
Family 47,980Non-family 12,347
Children 33,758No Children 26,569
- Average People Per Household3.86
- Median Household Income$40,584
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$972
There is a total of 60,327 households in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ. Of these, 33,758 have children and 26,569 are without children. Per Census Bureau’s most current estimates, 47,980 family households and 12,347 non-family households live in this area. The size of a household in Maryvale is 3.86 people, on average. The median household annual income in Maryvale equals $40,584, and the monthly housing costs equal $972.
Education in Maryvale, Pheonix, AZ
Alhambra Traditional School performs strongly at elementary and middle stages while the top high schools in the district are Precision Academy, Westland School and Arizona Collegiate. For higher education, Maryvale is home to Grand Canyon University—a private Christian university—which has its campus on the neighborhood’s northeastern extremities.
Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ Education Statistics
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 17% of the population in Maryvale, Phoenix, AZ have no high school education, 52% went to high-school, and 19% have partially completed college. Moreover, 5% of the population hold an Associate Degree, 5% hold a Bachelor Degree, and 2% hold a Graduate Degree.
Tips for renting in Maryvale, Pheonix, AZ
Arizona law safeguards the rights of renters. But it’s still always worth following some advice: make sure all correspondence between you and your landlord is recorded in writing. Keep dated records of any rent paid. And bear in mind that, without proper given notice, landlords have no right to access the property.
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