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Frequently Asked Questions

When were prices and availability in Delray Beach, FL last updated?

Prices and availability in Delray Beach, FL were last updated on 27 Oct 2021.

What are the best apartments in Delray Beach, FL?

The best apartments in Delray Beach, FL are: Windsor at Delray Beach, 10X Living at Delray, SofA Downtown Luxury Apartments, 3637 Avenue Montresor Delray Beach, FL 33445 and Midtown Delray.

What is the average rent in Delray Beach, FL?

The average rent in Delray Beach, FL is $2,467. Start your search for apartments in Delray Beach, FL now.

What is the price range for a studio apartment in Delray Beach, FL?

The price range for a studio apartment in Delray Beach, FL is between $2,091 and $3,000. View all studio apartments in Delray Beach, FL.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Delray Beach, FL?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Delray Beach, FL is between $942 and $4,556. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Delray Beach, FL now.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Delray Beach, FL?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Delray Beach, FL is between $1,132 and $5,403. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Delray Beach, FL.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Delray Beach, FL?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Delray Beach, FL is between $2,430 and $5,554. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Delray Beach, FL.

Renter's Guide to Delray Beach

Delray Beach, Florida, is a suave, sophisticated city in trendy Palm Beach County. With two miles of award-winning Atlantic beaches, Delray Beach’s tourist attractions have helped transform the city into a full-fledged live-play-work environment lovingly known as the Village by the Sea.

This busy coastal paradise occupies 15.89 square miles and is home to 66,255 residents, nearly a 10 percent increase since 2010.

The road from Miami to Delray Beach is a convenient 52 miles. The Village by the Sea is 20 miles from West Palm Beach and 8 miles from Boca Raton. Delray Beach is 222 miles from Tampa and 1,235 miles from New York City.

The Delray Beach weather is characterized by comfortable ocean breezes that provide relief for the tropical climate. Delray enjoys 235 sunny days per year. July high temperatures hover around 89°F while January lows touch the high 50s. Delray Beach receives about 58 inches of rain annually.

Delray Beach, FL Demographics

  • Total Population68,217
  • Female 32,685
    Male 35,532
  • Median Age47.7

Cost of Living in Delray Beach, FL

The cost of living in Delray Beach runs 5% higher than the state average. Convenience and hassle-free access are paramount to life in Delray Beach. The majority, 77% of commuters use their cars and the average commute time is 23 minutes. Driving transportation costs average 9% higher than the state norm. Taxi fares in Delray Beach cost $24 per hour.

Dining costs in Delray Beach are reasonable. A single meal at an inexpensive restaurant costs $15, on par with Fort Lauderdale. A three-course dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant in Delray Beach costs $50. A bottle of imported beer averages $5.50 while a regular Cappuccino costs $3.71. Delray Beach restaurant prices are 13% lower than in Miami.

The cost of basic utilities including water, electric, heating and trash removal for a 915-square-foot apartment in Delray Beach average about $152 per month, $15 higher than in Miami. The cost of Internet service in Delray runs averages $49 per month.  

Average Rent in Delray Beach, FL

  • Delray Beach, FL Average Rental Price, August 2021 $2,467 /mo

    Delray Beach, FL Apartment Rent Ranges

    Delray Beach, FL Rent Trends

    Average Rent Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Mar / 2021 Jul / 2021 Aug / 2021
    Delray Beach, FL $1,877 $1,901 $1,894 $1,923 $1,961 $1,995 $1,928 $1,973 $2,083 $2,363 $2,467
    National $1,347 $1,356 $1,361 $1,393 $1,400 $1,402 $1,393 $1,397 $1,485 $1,510 $1,539

    Living in Delray Beach, FL

    Delray Beach prides itself on healthy, vibrant outdoor-oriented lifestyles. The median age of residents is 45.7 years, above the state average—43.7% of Delray Beach residents are married.  

    Residents of Delray Beach enjoy mixed cultures, fabulous beaches and exciting water sports. Active night life and outstanding dining are the norm in Delray Beach. But, residents are wary of seasonal hurricanes and rising property crime rates.

    About 67% of Delray Beach residents are white and 25.63% of the population is black. 10.71% of Delray Beach residents are of Hispanic origin.

    Panoramic ocean views, enchanting boutiques and splendid galleries make Downtown Delray Beach a dynamic tourist haven and a great place to live. Grand hotels intermix with quaint seaside inns, making Delray Beach one of America’s “Most Sociable Cities” as well as the “Most Fun Small Town in America,” according to USA Today.

    Things to do in Delray Beach

    Delray Beach offers a full plate of cultural and natural wonders amidst some of the greatest culinary, entertainment and shopping venues in tourist-happy South Florida. The downtown area drips with entertainment opportunities, including the original Palm Beach County paintings found at Cacace Fine Art Studio, a 25-year staple of downtown. The Crest Theater is located on the campus at Old School Square as is the Fieldhouse, home to many special events.

    The Big Apple Shopping Bazaar and The Boys Farmers Market are filled with bargains and shoppers. Jewelry with an Edge has become a local trademark.

    From budget-minded pizza to amazingly diverse gourmet dining, Delray Beach restaurants have earned a reputation for value and taste. Beach-side Cafe Luna Rosa and Cabana El Ray specialize in Latin cuisine while popular Dada offers American, Italian and pizza dishes. For Mexican specials, try 50 Ocean at Boston’s on the Beach or savor fine Italian cuisine at Scuola Vecchia Pizza E Vino.

    Meet and greet with evening music at popular Johnny Brown’s or find new friends at Honey or chat with budding artists at Kevro’s Art Bar. You can’t go wrong at night in Delray Beach!

    Families love Delray Municipal Beach and kid-friendly playgrounds at West Delray Regional Park, and birdwatching at Wakodahatchee Wetlands is mesmerizing.

    Professional sports in Miami are exciting but Delray Beach has a compelling golf, tennis and watersports culture. Delray’s annual Chris Evert/Raymond James Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic at Delray Beach Sports Complex features top players and the Donald Ross-designed, nationally acclaimed Delray Beach Golf Club.

    Annual Delray Beach events include November’s Wine and Seafood Festival and March’s Delray Bacon & Bourbon Fest. August’s Restaurant Week and Mellow Mondays and First Friday Art Walk keep the city buzzing in anticipation of the annual Delray Affair, a showcase of local hospitality.

    Delray Beach hotels like the Colony Hotel and Cabana Club, and modern oceanside resorts hotels like Delray Beach Marriott seamlessly mix luxury accommodations, steamy nightlife and saltwater. Delray Beach House Boutique Hotel and Luxury Villas offer 5-star South Florida hospitality.

    The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum portrays Delray’s colorful history from its earliest roots. The historic campus at Old School Square and the Cornell Art Museum are not to be missed. Fans love the Surfing Museum and the Delray Beach Center for Arts, featuring captivating local scenes.

    Delray’s outdoor lifestyle radiates through the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens while Lake Ida

    Employment and Economy

    Despite a stubborn 6.2% unemployment rate, the economy in Delray Beach is stable. Jobs in Delray Beach are projected to grow 3.93% in the near term with a projected 10-year growth of 41.7%.

    About 26% of Delray Beach employees work in sales, office or administrative support. More than 17% are active in management, finance or business. Palm Beach County School District employs more than 21,000 workers. Office Depot employs about 1,700 workers at its corporate headquarters and Yurco/Churchill Benefit Corp employs 500 workers at its design facility.

    Palm Beach International Airport services Delray Beach and offers 160 daily flights through 12 carriers with non-stop service to more than 25 destinations.

    Dog Park and Atlantic Dunes Park attracts jogging and walking enthusiasts.

    Delray Beach, FL Households

    • Total Number of Households28,582
    • Family 14,960
      Non-family 13,622
    • Children 5,074
      No Children 23,508
    • Average People Per Household2.35
    • Median Household Income$60,746
    • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,407

    Education in Delray Beach

    Delray Beach and the Palm Beach County School District have won prominent educational awards for innovative learning initiatives for adults and children. Palm Beach County is the fifth largest school district in Florida and 11th largest in the US. The school system operates 185 schools with 183,000 students that speak 150 languages. Delray Beach is Florida’s top performing school district and includes 41 charter schools.

    Palm Beach County hosts 16 colleges and universities, most of which are geared for specific workforce training. These include:  College of Health and Allied Development, Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Technology - Delray, Barry University, Gallaudet University Residency and Lifestyles College.

    Delray Beach, FL Education Statistics

    Tips for Renting in Delray Beach

    The rental market offers quality Delray Beach apartments.  Landlords must comply with city, county and state codes and renters are entitled to enjoy safe common areas. Tenants are protected against discrimination on the basis of race, gender, national origin, religion or physical disability. Discrimination practices by landlords directed at prospective tenants can result in severe penalties.

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