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Apartments for Rent in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA
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Average rent in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA

$2,177/mo Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA average rental price, January 2023
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The average monthly rent for an apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA is around $2,177.

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Getting around in Northridge, CA

65 /100
Somewhat Walkable
45 /100
Some Transit
89 /100
Very Bikeable
Walk Score®: 65, Transit Score®: 45, Bike Score®: 89

Frequently asked questions

When were prices and availability in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA last updated?

Prices and availability in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA were last updated on 28 Jan 2023.

What are the best apartments in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA?

The best apartments in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA are: The Ridgeview, University Gardens at Northridge, Park Merridy, Superior Place Apartments and The Villagio.

What is the average rent in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA?

The average rent in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA is $2,177. Start your search for apartments in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA now.

What is the price range for a studio apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA?

The price range for a studio apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA is between $1,665 and $5,870. View all studio apartments in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA is between $1,800 and $4,215. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA now.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA is between $2,119 and $5,870. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA is between $1,850 and $5,674. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA.

What type of rental buildings are in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA?

In Northridge 53% of the housing is rented out compared to 47% of homes are owned, according to the most recent Census Bureau estimates. 34% of Northridge’s apartments are found in large buildings of 50 units or more, 48% are located in smaller apartment complexes with less than 50 units, and 17% are single-family rentals.

Renter's guide to Northridge, Los Angeles, CA

Located in the northwestern quadrant of the San Fernando Valley, Northridge, CA is a splendid mixture of pleasant-living, shopping, strong employment and awe-inspiring natural scenery. Award-winning schools and a nationally-accredited hospital make Pasadena the perfect place for those who are just starting a family and are desiring a family-friendly blend of security and modern convenience.

As for size, Northridge, CA is almost exactly as big as neighboring Van Nuys, meaning it’s not very large at all. For further comparison, Northridge is about 55 times smaller than Los Angeles, and about half the size of nearby Torrance. Though the area has a relatively quiet standard of life, it is still in close proximity to some exciting and busy destinations. Northridge, CA is about 33 miles northeast of the beach (Zuma Beach, to be specific), and about 30 miles northwest of Los Angeles.

The weather in Northridge is not unlike other areas of the northern San Fernando Valley in the sense that it is much hotter than most of California. Spring averages 62°F and is typically rainy only for the first month. Summers average 71°F and are notoriously hot and dry. Falls are usually around 67°F and are generally quite pleasant for outdoor activities. Winters average 57°F and can receive a little rain at times, but never snow.

Tips for renting in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA

If you are renting in Northridge, you can technically have an oral agreement with your landlord. However, since nothing is written down, enforcing the rules is obviously much harder. If you violate the rules, the owner can give you a 3-days’ eviction notice if they so choose. If you are moving to Northridge from Los Angeles, be prepared for a less crowded environment—the lower population density also means much more driving, though, so you’re definitely going to want to keep your car!

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Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA demographics

In total, Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA has 71,644 residents, 35,844 women and 35,800 men, per U.S. Census recent estimates. Statistics show that the median age of Northridge’s population is 36.

Living in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA

Living in Northridge, CA gives you some of the best shopping experience in the entire state, given its close proximity to the mall. Northridge also has terrific educational opportunities for children and adults alike. However, the long distance from the rest of Los Angeles means that you’ll have to do some driving, and the excessive San Fernando Valley summer heat could be one of the reasons not to move to Northridge, CA.

Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA households

  • 15,204 Family
    7,872 Non-family
  • 6,935 Children
    16,141 No Children
  • 23,076Total Number of Households
  • 2.82Average People Per Household
  • $72,041Median Household Income

There is a total of 23,076 households in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA. Of these, 6,935 have children and 16,141 are without children. Per Census Bureau’s most current estimates, 15,204 family households and 7,872 non-family households live in this area. The size of a household in Northridge is 2.82 people, on average. The median household annual income in Northridge equals $72,041, and the monthly housing costs equal $1,749.

Things to do in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA

First and foremost, the Northridge Fashion Center Mall gives you access to 1.5 million square feet of terrific stores, as well as the 10 screens at the Pacific Theatres . Otherwise, the well-known supermarket chains will surely provide you with all your shopping needs. Also, since you need to have a vehicle to get around in Northridge, the numerous car dealerships present a wide selection.

If you are looking for free things to do with kids in Pasadena, CA, then visit the Dearborn Park for playgrounds, picnics, and tennis courts (be sure to visit REI first for outdoor supplies). For other family-friendly things to do in Pasadena, CA, Northridge Skateland has a roller rink with DJS, and the Northridge Recreational Center at Northridge Park has sports lessons and more. Also, every May, the annual Greek Festival (Northridge) offers authentic foods and music, and the parking is free. As for Northridge dining, if the standard franchise-restaurants simply will not do, then try out Pizzarev or the Belwood Bakery.

Northridge, Los Angeles, CA employment & economy

In addition to training students to become viable members of the workforce, the California State University has made significant contributions to the local economy by providing educational job opportunities. Likewise, the Northridge Hospital Medical Center, which has won 4 separate awards for 2017—including a place among America’s 100 Best Hospitals—continues to provide countless employment opportunities. As such, the major job sectors in Northridge, CA are education, healthcare, food and retail. Pharmavite LLC is headquartered in Northridge, California.

Education in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA

The California State University is the third largest university in the state, and they’ve recently won an Eddy Award for Educational Leadership. The Northridge Academy High School has partnered with Cal State (Northridge) to provide college-level resources to the students, and the Northridge Middle School has recently added elective courses in forensic science and robotics.

Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA education statistics

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 6% of the population in Northridge, San Fernando Valley, CA have no high school education, 26% went to high-school, and 25% have partially completed college. Moreover, 8% of the population hold an Associate Degree, 24% hold a Bachelor Degree, and 10% hold a Graduate Degree.

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