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Prices and availability in Morrow, GA were last updated on 13 Aug 2022.
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The average rent in Morrow, GA is $1,238. Start your search for apartments in Morrow, GA now.
What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Morrow, GA?
The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Morrow, GA is between $1,065 and $3,116. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Morrow, GA now.
What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Morrow, GA?
The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Morrow, GA is between $1,065 and $4,049. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Morrow, GA.
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The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Morrow, GA is between $1,065 and $4,049. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Morrow, GA.
Renter's guide to Morrow, GA
Morrow is a small suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, located in Clayton County. With a population of just over 7,000 and an area of only 3.4 sq. miles, it's one of Atlanta's smallest suburbs. However, it packs a lot into its borders and proudly boasts an array of institutions, both old and new, including the Clayton State University and the Reynolds Nature Preserve.
Although small, Morrow is larger than neighboring Lake City, which has a population of 2,612 and an area just shy of 2 sq. miles. Compared to Atlanta however, Morrow is almost 40 times smaller in terms of area, and almost 60 times smaller in terms of population.
As you stroll through the hilly streets of Morrow's tree-lined residential areas, you could be forgiven for thinking that you're far from the big city. In fact, Morrow is just over 13 miles away from downtown Atlanta. Interstate 75 passes through the south part of the city, giving quick and easy access to Atlanta in the north and the state of Florida to the south, with Tampa around 450 miles away.
Morrow has a mostly warm and humid climate: hot summers and mild winters, plus above average levels of rainfall, with 52 inches compared to 39 nationally. On average, you can expect around 94 rainy days per year and 216 sunny days. Temperatures typically reach a high of around 90°F in July and a low of 32°F in January. Spring is the wettest season, with rainfall reaching up to 7 inches in March. Fall is generally drier, and October sees half that amount of rain, on average.
Morrow, GA Demographics
- Total Population7,061
Female 3,286Male 3,775
- Median Age27.8
Morrow, GA has a population of 7,061 according to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 3,775 of Morrow’s residents are women and 3,286 are men. The median age of those who live in Morrow, GA is 27.8.
Cost of Living in Morrow, GA
The cost of living in Morrow is 6% lower than the Georgia average and 12% lower than the national average, which can be excellent news for high earners. Morrow enjoys regular public transport routes to downtown Atlanta, enabling an admittedly long, but realistic commute time of around an hour.
The city is served by three MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) bus routes. While these don't connect directly to downtown, free transfers are included in the standard one-way fare of $2.50. Regular users can purchase a variety of passes, including: 1-day pass at $9, a 10-trip pass at $25, and a 30-day pass at $95. Despite public transport access, many Morrow residents drive a private vehicle. You can expect to pay around $2.32 for a gallon of gasoline, while most taxis start at $2.75.
Eating out at an inexpensive restaurant will generally cost between $10-$15 for a meal, while fast food joints are cheaper. A meal for 2 including drinks should set you back no more than $40 at most of Morrow's restaurants.
Basic utility costs such as water, electricity, heating, cooling, and garbage disposal should come in at around $130 per month for a standard 915 sq. ft. apartment. This comes in under the US average of $166. For a basic phone line, you should be paying around $27.5, while internet access is around $65.
Average Rent in Morrow, GA
- Morrow, GA Average Rental Price, July 2022 $1,238 /mo
The average monthly rent of apartments in Morrow, GA is $1,238.
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Compared to the national average rent of $1,706, the average rent in Morrow, GA is $1,238.
Living in Morrow, GA
Despite its proximity to downtown Atlanta, Morrow very much retains a small-town vibe within the residential areas. This is seen as a huge plus for many residents, especially those with children. The residential areas are well spaced out and feature plenty of green spaces. Additionally, numerous urban and nature parks create a sense of peace.
This is balanced by the more urban areas of the city, particularly in the south, where you will find shopping centers, restaurants, cinemas, and everything else you might need, all just a short drive away. To the north, you'll find the Clayton State University campuses, lending the city something of a college town vibe.
However, there's not much nightlife within the city, and revelers will most likely need to make the trip downtown to enjoy a wider range of clubs and bars.
Things to do in Morrow, GA
Lovers of the great outdoors certainly won't be stuck for ideas in Morrow. The city is home to the stunning Reynolds Nature Preserve, 146-acres of rolling hills, lakes, wetlands, forests, and more. The park contains some of the highest ridges in the county and offers many opportunities to explore miles of trails and a wealth of wildlife. The park also includes numerous activity centers, such as a swimming pool, historic farmhouse museums, and a nature center with animals.
While dog walkers are welcome in Reynolds Nature Preserve, the nearby City of Morrow Dog Park is also well worth checking out. This vast expense of well-kept parkland will keep your furry friends entertained for hours.
For a small city, there's certainly no shortage of shopping venues to enjoy. The south of the city is home to the Southlake Mall and Southlake Festival complex, a sprawling expanse of well-known stores, boutique shops, restaurants and services alike. You'll find everything from Home Depot to customized hat stores within its boundaries. It's also home to AMC Southlake 24, a modern movie theater showing all the latest releases, and the Morrow Center, a popular event venue for anything from concerts to weddings.
Spivey Hall is another popular attraction, a 400-seater performing arts venue which frequently plays host to concerts covering all musical genres.
Morrow, GA employment & economy
The most common industry in Morrow is the service sector (excluding public admin), which employs 18% of Morrow's workforce. A further 17% are employed within manufacturing, while the retail and transportation/warehousing industries employ 12% each.
More Morrow residents work in production occupations than any other, though personal care and service occupations come at a close second. The highest paid jobs held by residents of Morrow include business and finance occupations, with median earnings of up to $145,000, and management roles with median earnings of $62,500.
Morrow, GA Households
- Total Number of Households1,721
Family 1,322Non-family 399
Children 568No Children 1,153
- Average People Per Household3.55
- Median Household Income$51,991
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$950
According to U.S. Census data, there are 1,721 households in Morrow, GA. 1,322 are family households and 399 are non-family households. There are 568 households with children in Morrow and 1,153 households without children. On average, about 3.55 people live in a household in Morrow, GA. The median income of a Morrow household living in Morrow is $51,991 per year. The median housing costs per month are $950.
Education in Morrow, GA
Morrow is served by the Clayton County Public Schools District, and there is a total of 6 public schools and 3 private school within the city's limits. The top ranking high school serving Morrow is Elite Scholars Academy School, which has been ranked number 1 of 62 schools in Clayton County.
Clayton State University is also located in Morrow and has several student accommodations based in the city. The university offers a variety of degree programs for both academics and athletics, though the largest is the Clayton State University College of Business. Besides the main university, the Genesis Career College offers both theoretical knowledge and hands-on medical training for roles such as Dental Assistant.
Morrow, GA Education Statistics
The level of education of the population of Morrow, GA is as follows: 16% have no high school education, 42% completed some high school, 21% partially completed college, 4% have an Associate Degree, 15% have a Bachelor Degree, and 2% have a Graduate Degree.
Tips for renting in Morrow, GA
While the state of Georgia does have a strict code in place to protect the rights of both tenants and landlords, there are some things to be aware of, so make sure to do some research. Also, it's extremely important to do market research to get an idea of what is a fair rental price in your preferred area.
Keep in mind that prices might vary depending not only on the area, but also on what the property has to offer. Make a list of all the amenities you require and invest time and effort into choosing your next home.
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