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Average rent in St. Paul, MN

$1,396/mo St. Paul, MN average rental price, October 2022
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The average monthly rent of apartments in St. Paul, MN is $1,396.

    St. Paul, MN apartment rent ranges

    About 23% of apartment rents in St. Paul, MN range between $1,501-$2,000. Meanwhile, apartments priced over > $2,000 represent 10% of apartments. Around 47% of St. Paul’s apartments are in the $1,001-$1,500 price range. 20% of apartments are priced between $701-$1,000.

    St. Paul, MN rent trends

    Getting around in St. Paul, MN

    87 /100
    Very Walkable
    72 /100
    Excellent Transit
    53 /100
    Bikeable
    Walk Score®: 87, Transit Score®: 72, Bike Score®: 53

    Frequently asked questions

    When were prices and availability in St. Paul, MN last updated?

    Prices and availability in St. Paul, MN were last updated on 4 Feb 2023.

    What are the best apartments in St. Paul, MN?

    The best apartments in St. Paul, MN are: Liffey on Snelling, Phalen Shores, The Arlow on Kellogg, Rayette Lofts and Pivot.

    What is the average rent in St. Paul, MN?

    The average rent in St. Paul, MN is $1,396. Start your search for apartments in St. Paul, MN now.

    What is the price range for a studio apartment in St. Paul, MN?

    The price range for a studio apartment in St. Paul, MN is between $546 and $3,749. View all studio apartments in St. Paul, MN.

    What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in St. Paul, MN?

    The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in St. Paul, MN is between $546 and $2,707. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in St. Paul, MN now.

    What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in St. Paul, MN?

    The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in St. Paul, MN is between $546 and $6,645. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in St. Paul, MN.

    What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in St. Paul, MN?

    The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in St. Paul, MN is between $690 and $7,067. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in St. Paul, MN.

    What type of rental buildings are in St. Paul, MN?

    In St. Paul, 49% of the residents are renting compared to 51% owning a home, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Large-scale apartment buildings with more than 50 units represent 28% of St. Paul’s rentals, 58% are small-scale complexes with under 50 units, and 14% are single-family rentals.

    What do typical apartment communities look like in St. Paul, MN?

    The age and size of multifamily buildings are among the most visible characteristics of the rental market in a city.  In this case, the apartment buildings in St. Paul are about 37 years old, on average. Of these, 37% have been built since 2000, representing the newer options on the market and typically offering more amenities. Rental buildings in the city have an average height of 6 stories. About 64% of the rental communities here are low-rise, garden-style communities, 26% are mid-rises, and 10% are high-rise buildings. These are true especially for large-scale multifamily buildings with over 50 apartments.

    What apartment floorplans are common in St. Paul, MN?

    Rental apartments in St. Paul come in a range of sizes and floorplans. Studio apartments represent 9% of units for rent, ideal for singles, renters on a budget and people who value central locations more than space. Rentals with 1-bedroom floorplans make up 48% of the total apartments in the city, while 2-bedroom floorplans represent around 36% of all rentals in St. Paul. The rest are larger floorplans with 3 bedrooms or more, typically preferred by families, larger households or roommates sharing space.

    Renter's guide to St. Paul, MN

    Located in southeastern Minnesota in Ramsey County, St. Paul is the state’s capital city and is bordered by the communities of Minneapolis, Woodbury, and Eagan. Along with Minneapolis, St. Paul is considered part of the Twin Cities area of Minnesota.

    In 2019, St. Paul earned the #2 spot on the Trust for Public Land’s Park Score list, which ranks public parks in America’s 100 biggest cities. Factors such as number of amenities, accessibility, park funds per resident, and park acreage are all considered in the ranking.

    The climate here is considered continental, which means it experiences hot and humid summers, and cold, snowy winters. The city sees large temperature differences between seasons. Summer temperatures average around 85ºF, although they can get as high as 105ºF. Winter temperatures in the city average about 30ºF, though temperatures can get as cold as -32ºF. St. Paul’s average annual rainfall is around 32 inches, which falls mostly in the spring and summer months. Flooding, droughts, and winter blizzards can affect St. Paul.

    Tips for renting in St. Paul, MN

    Determine your budget before starting your rental unit search in St. Paul. Experts often suggest that people spend 30 % or less of their annual income on housing (in this case, the cost of rent and any additional fees for things like parking). If you’d like to look at units that are beyond what you can afford, consider sharing the living costs with a roommate if the rental unit is appropriate for more than one person.

    Choose a roommate that is someone you already know and trust, if possible. Since you will be sharing the costs and responsibilities related to renting the unit, it’s important that you can rely on the person sharing the rental unit with you. It’s a good idea to discuss expectations for living together before signing a lease agreement, including things like how often you will have guests, what the parking situation will be, and whether a cleaning schedule will be needed.

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    St. Paul, MN demographics

    St. Paul, MN has a population of 305,877 according to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 156,252 of St. Paul’s residents are women and 149,625 are men. The median age of those who live in St. Paul, MN is 32.5.

    Living in St. Paul, MN

    Beautiful neighborhoods, great schools, a lively downtown area, good access to public transportation, and plenty of entertainment and leisure activities are some of the pros of living in St. Paul.

    Some of the cons of living here include heavy traffic at times, a tendency towards urban sprawl, colder winters, and a slightly higher cost of living than other large cities.

    St. Paul, MN households

    • 61,588 Family
      53,154 Non-family
    • 34,271 Children
      80,471 No Children
    • 114,742Total Number of Households
    • 2.59Average People Per Household
    • $59,717Median Household Income

    According to U.S. Census data, there are 114,742 households in St. Paul, MN. 61,588 are family households and 53,154 are non-family households. There are 34,271 households with children in St. Paul and 80,471 households without children. On average, about 2.59 people live in a household in St. Paul, MN.

    Things to do in St. Paul, MN

    Exploring the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area is just one of the many fun things to do in St. Paul. The 72-mile park is a great place for activities like birdwatching, canoeing, fishing, hiking, and bicycling.

    A great activity for kids in St. Paul is visiting the Minnesota Children’s Museum. The museum features three floors of exhibits that offer hands-on, educational fun. Themes such as arts and crafts, sensory play, space, music, and movement keep kids entertained while they learn.

    Taking a tour of the James J. Hill House is a great activity for couples to do in St. Paul. The 36,000-sq.-ft. mansion is a step back in time to the 1890s. Original architecture and period furniture can be found throughout the home, and guided tours share the history of the home, its owners, and the historic Summit Avenue area of the city.

    Red Cow, the St. Paul Grill, Mama’s Pizza, Ghebre’s Restaurant, Cossetta, and Babani’s Kurdish Restaurant are some of the best restaurants in St. Paul. The city offers an eclectic mix of fare for every taste and budget.

    Things to do

    Red Cow, the St. Paul Grill, Mama’s Pizza, Ghebre’s Restaurant, Cossetta, and Babani’s Kurdish Restaurant are some of the best restaurants in St. Paul. The city offers an eclectic mix of fare for every taste and budget.

    The Festival of Nations is a multi-cultural event held annually in St. Paul. The four-day event, which has taken place for over 80 years, features various exhibits, performances, cuisine, and demonstrations showcasing almost 100 cultural groups.

    Things to do

    St. Paul, MN employment & economy

    Major industries in St. Paul include manufacturing, retail trade, finance and insurance, professional/technical/scientific services, educational services, health care and social assistance, accommodation/food services, administrative support, and utilities.

    Companies with headquarters in the city include Securian Financial Group Inc. and Ecolab.

    Some of the largest employers in St. Paul include Lawson Software, Ecolab, Securian Financial Group, Children’s St. Paul Pediatric Hospital, and U.S. Bancorp Information Services.

    St. Paul’s unemployment rate is about 3.0 percent, which is slightly lower than the national rate of 3.6 percent.

    Education in St. Paul, MN

    The Saint Paul Public Schools district operates public schools in the city. Some of the top schools in St. Paul include Jie Ming Mandarin Immersion Academy, Twin Cities German Immersion Charter School, Nova Classical Academy Upper School, Great River School, St Paul Conservatory Performing Art, and Central Senior High School. There are also many private schools in the area.

    In the US, St. Paul is second when it comes to the number of colleges and universities per capita in the city. Some of the post-secondary options here include Concordia University, the University of St. Thomas, Saint Catherine University, Metropolitan State University, Macalester University, Saint Paul College, and Hamline University.

    St. Paul, MN education statistics

    The level of education of the population of St. Paul, MN is as follows: 7% have no high school education, 27% completed some high school, 21% partially completed college, 7% have an Associate Degree, 23% have a Bachelor Degree, and 15% have a Graduate Degree.

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