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Apartments for Rent in Naperville, IL - 121 Rentals available

  • Apartment
    1652 Brookdale Rd, Naperville, IL 60563
    $1,282 - $2,092
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today!
    (844) 379-1806
  • Apartment
    1015 Preserve Ave, Naperville, IL 60564
    $1,625 - $3,113
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-3 Baths
    Available Today!
    (844) 417-5164
  • Apartment
    30W041 Flamenco Court, Naperville, IL 60563
    $1,091 - $4,555
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    Available Today!
    (833) 258-4329
  • Apartment
    2703 Showplace Drive, Naperville, IL 60564
    $1,390 - $3,325
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today!
    (630) 219-4949
  • Apartment
    1333 South Modaff Road, Naperville, IL 60565
    $1,219 - $4,237
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today!
    (855) 458-8457
  • Apartment
    1627 Country Lakes Dr, Naperville, IL 60563
    $905 - $1,295
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Sierra Realty & Management
    Available Today!
    (630) 983-8411
  • Apartment
    4209 Pond Willow Road, Naperville, IL 60564
    $2,099 - $2,349
    • 2 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Jacobson Management
    Available Today!
    (833) 882-0202
  • Apartment
    504 Chamberlain Lane, Naperville, IL 60540
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    US Residential Group
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    (844) 422-9029
  • Apartment
    720 Benedetti Drive, Naperville, IL 60563
    $1,049 - $1,620
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Globetrotters International, Inc.
    (844) 524-4001
  • Apartment
    103 South Testa Drive, Naperville, IL 60540
    $1,245 - $1,345
    • 2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    (855) 736-8223
  • Apartment
    $1,140 - $1,425
    • Studio-2 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    The Legend Group LLC
    (630) 983-7818
  • Apartment
    701 Royal Saint George Dr., Naperville, IL 60563
  • Apartment
    896 Benedetti Drive, Naperville, IL 60563

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Renters’ Guide to Naperville

Naperville, Illinois is a charming city 30 miles west of Chicago. It is the 3rd-largest city in the state, yet even with a large population, it’s nowhere near as large as Chicago. Its appeal is as big as its larger sister’s, though; Naperville has won numerous awards for being a desirable place to live. In fact, Money magazine named it the 10th “Best Place to Live” in 2016, and Kiplinger called it the “Best Place for Early Retirement” in 2013.

Naperville weather is what you would expect for a city on the north coast: cold, snowy winters (temperatures range around 15˚F from December to February) and pleasant, warm summers (June through August days typically hit 84˚F). You have to be a fan of snow if you move to Naperville, Il. On average, the city sees about 29 inches of the white stuff every year.

Naperville, IL Demographics

  • Total Population146,431
  • Female 71,681
    Male 74,750
  • Median Age38.7

Cost of Living in Naperville, Il

The cost of living in Naperville, Il is not cheap. A 2016 poll conducted by career website Zippia found that Naperville is the 3rd “Most Successful City in the United States,” partially because the median income of its residents is so high. A 3-course meal for two in a mid-size restaurant will set you back about $50, which is slightly above the $40 national average. A Cappuccino after that meal will run about $4. The monthly cost of utilities for a 915-square-foot apartment in Naperville is $147, which is on par with the national average.

Easy travel around town and into Chicago is provided by the Metra, and is easily accessible from its Naperville train station. Ticket costs vary; adult one-way trips are $7 into Chicago, and family- and kids’ discounts are available, depending on the day of the week. Senior and military fares are discounted, as well. Monthly and weekly passes are choices for people who commute for work or school. To get around town, the Pace bus service is a best bet. Fares range from $1.75 one-way to free for children under 7, uniformed police and military members, and the disabled. Monthly passes are also available.

Average Rent in Naperville, IL

  • Naperville, IL Average Rental Price, June 2019$1,437/mo

Naperville, IL Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,0004%
  • $1,001-$1,50061%
  • $1,501-$2,00032%
  • > $2,0002%

Naperville, IL Rent Trends

Average Rent Jan / 2016 May / 2016 Sept / 2016 Jan / 2017 May / 2017 Sept / 2017 Jan / 2018 May / 2018 Jun / 2019
Naperville, IL $1,342 $1,398 $1,408 $1,406 $1,454 $1,425 $1,421 $1,421 $1,437
National $1,290 $1,319 $1,334 $1,329 $1,354 $1,366 $1,366 $1,381 $1,396

Average rent is projected to grow by 3% in 2018 compared to 2017.

Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.

Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 60540605636056460565

Check out the average rent prices in Naperville by neighborhood.

Living in Naperville, Il

One of the pros of living in Naperville is the city’s proximity to the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor, its numerous educational institutions, and park- and recreation opportunities and facilities. This is also one of the reasons why gave Naperville 37th place in its 2017 list of “Top 100 Best Places to Live”. Most residents will say that the biggest con of living in Naperville is the traffic, in spite of being named by Lifehacker as the 4th-safest city for drivers in 2016.

Things to do in Naperville

Naperville is split in two by the DuPage River, and the town uses that to its residents’ advantage. Downtown Naperville is home to the Naperville Riverwalk, a 1.75-mile trail that leads to some of the best activities the city has to offer. Visit the Jaycees Playground or Centennial Skate Park with the kids, take a swim at the Centennial Beach and Grill, or relax at the Paddleboat Quarry. The Riverwalk also features an amphitheater and labyrinth.

Other things to do in Naperville with the kids include a trip to the DuPage Children’s Museum, which was ranked by Suburban Life magazine as the “Reader’s Choice Best Museum” in 2014. The Naperville Park District’s 130 parks contribute to the town’s designation as a “Kid Friendly” city by the Zero Population Growth organization, and the 19th “Safest City to Raise a Child” by home security company Safewise. One of the top things to do in Naperville, Il is the Naperville Ribfest at the beginning of the summer, where the city’s best rib cookers gather to compete. The Naperville Last Fling festival is a family-friendly carnival and festival that takes place over Labor Day weekend, and features musicians, rides, food, and other goodies. With Chicago less than an hour away, Chicago Bulls, White Sox, and Cubs games are within driving distance.

The Naperville Public Library is known throughout the United States for its 73,000 square feet of books and audio-visual material. The Library Journal’s Index of Public Library Service has given the Naperville Public Library a five-star rating every year for the last 10, and it has also been named the “No. 1 Public Library in the U.S.” in its population class by Hennen's American Public Library Ratings Index for 10 years in a row. Other culture in Naperville can be found via the Naperville Historical District, which features more than 600 buildings and has a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Another popular attraction in Naperville is the annual Naperville Independent Film Festival.

Employment and Economy

Unemployment in Naperville is low, with job growth at around 1.4%. It is located within the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor, which puts it in a central location for many technology jobs. A top employer in Naperville is Edward Hospital, which has nearly 6,000 employees. Telecommunications company Nokia is another Naperville employer. Nicor Gas and BP round out the field. Thanks to the convenience of the Metra train, many Naperville residents commute to jobs in Chicago.

Naperville, IL Households

  • Total Number of Households51,272
  • Family 38,487
    Non-family 12,785
  • Children 20,258
    No Children 31,014
  • Average People Per Household2.8
  • Median Household Income$114,014
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,803

Education in Naperville

There are 13 high schools in Naperville, and of those, Neuqua Valley is the 34th best in Illinois, and 896th in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report’s annual ranking. Naperville Central High School earned 38th place in the state, while its rival, Naperville North High School, is 40th.

Downtown Naperville is home to North Central College, and several universities and colleges have satellite or branch campuses in Naperville. Some of the top universities with branches in Naperville include Northern Illinois University, DePaul University, Northwestern College, and The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Naperville, IL Education Statistics

  • No High School2%
  • Some High School14%
  • Some College17%
  • Associate Degree6%
  • Bachelor Degree35%
  • Graduate Degree26%

Tips for Renting in Naperville

All landlords in Naperville must respect tenants’ rights, as outlined in the Fair Housing Act, as well as the Illinois Human Rights Act. Both provide for the equal opportunity to lease without discrimination based on certain unchangeable factors.

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