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Studio Apartments for Rent in Edmonton, AB - 65 Rentals available


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Are you looking to land a small but cool studio apartment near you? Is an unbeatable location more important to you than lots of space? You can now browse through all available RENTCafé listings, to find the perfect studio apartment near you, in your favorite neighborhood, ZIP code, or in another city or state in the U.S. wherever life takes you. Check the ratings and reviews of properties with studio apartments, filter them based on your criteria, and find the one that suits your needs.

Compare the size, price and location, as well as amenities, both inside and outside the apartment. Whether you are looking for a more modern studio near you, or one in a charming old building, or maybe you want to be close to a certain park, the downtown area of your city, or near family or friends, RENTCafé allows you to find the best fit for you - so, let's find your new home!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price of a studio apartment in Edmonton, AB?

The price range of a studio apartment is between $50 and $1,420. Search our studio apartments in Edmonton, AB.

How many studio apartments for rent are available in Edmonton, AB on RENTCafé?

There are 58 studio rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Edmonton, AB were last updated on 13 Jun 2021.

What is the average size of a studio apartment in Edmonton, AB?

The average Edmonton, AB studio apartment size is 388 sq. ft.

What are the advantages of renting a studio apartment in Edmonton, AB?

Studio apartments in Edmonton, AB tend to be more affordable than other apartments and they have lower utility costs.

What are the downsides of renting a studio apartment in Edmonton, AB?

One of the downsides of living in a studio apartment is the limited storage space. You might be interested in 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments or 3 bedroom apartments, or browse all RENTCafé apartments for rent in Edmonton, AB.

Renter's Guide to Edmonton, AB

Although not the most populous city in Alberta, Edmonton is the capital of the province. Originally a trading post for the Hudson’s Bay Company, modern Edmonton has retained its status as an economic, governmental, and cultural hub. Census data shows that the city has a population of 932,546 people and is the fifth largest municipality in Canada.

Located along the North Saskatchewan River, almost in the middle of the province, the weather in Edmonton is what you would expect from a humid continental climate. The winters here are among the coldest in Canada, reaching an average daily low of 13.28°F. Summer days aren’t as hot, with the average summer maximum temperature resting at a comfortable 73.6°F – perfect for shorts and t-shirts. All in all, summers are pretty mild here, but winters vary in length and severity. Luckily, even when it’s cold, it’s sunny. Edmontonians enjoy 2,299 hours of sunshine a year, making it one of Canada’s sunniest cities.

Cost of Living in Edmonton, AB

If you're moving to Edmonton, you'll be surprised to learn that the cost of living here is very decent. A monthly transit pass is just $94.25 and the average monthly bill for groceries and household items is a reasonable $237.60 per person. Unfortunately, like in many Canadian cities, phone and internet services are expensive. Each month expect to spend $90 and $75 on them, respectively.

As one of the fastest growing cities in Canada, there are a lot of young people moving here. As a result, local eateries are popping up to serve this market. If you go out for dinners and drinks with friends regularly, expect to spend about $250 per month. A basic lunch menu and drinks for two people will go for around $32, in a business district.

Of course, with all the eating out, you’ll want to stay fit. Gym memberships here can vary from $52 per month to $150 per month, depending on whether you’re taking classes or not.

As if the very reasonable cost of living wasn’t enough, they don’t even charge sales tax in Alberta!

Living in Edmonton, AB

Living in Edmonton has its pros and cons. Many people flock to the city to take advantage of the economic benefits of the low cost of living, low taxes, and high average incomes.

If you’re like most people and hate being stuck in traffic, then Edmonton is for you. According to TomTom’s GPS data, Edmonton has the privilege of being the least congested of the 6 largest cities in Canada. Because the city has invested heavily in their infrastructure in recent years, Edmontonians see less traffic than their fellow drivers in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver.

Like many Canadian cities, Edmonton is diverse and welcoming of newcomers. According to census data, 37.1% of people identify as a visible minority, with the most popular ethnicities being South Asian, Chinese, Black, Filipino, and Arab. So no matter where you come from, you’ll feel welcomed here.

Things to Do in Edmonton, AB

Edmonton is a vibrant city with many things to do. If you’re looking to meet friends for brunch or a cup of coffee, 124 Street is dotted with art galleries, antique stores, coffee shops, and eateries. Old Strathcona & Whyte Avenue is a famous historic district full of trendy galleries, record stores, and restaurants.

Of course, no list of attractions and points of interest in Edmonton is complete without a visit to the 10th largest mall in the world, the West Edmonton Mall. Home to an indoor water park, amusement park, 800 stores, two hotels, and over 100 dining options, there are many fun things to do in this mall, with or without kids.

Although not as well-known as the coastal Canadian cities like Vancouver and Toronto, Edmonton also has a burgeoning food scene, and dining out is very popular among Edmontonians. If you’re not sure where to go, head to the 4th Street Promenade where there are always hip new restaurants and hangouts opening up.

Employment & Economy in Edmonton, AB

Due to its location, Edmonton is ideal for distribution and logistics businesses. The city is commonly referred to as the “Gateway to the North” and used as a hub and home base for oil and diamond extraction projects in northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories.

Like much of the province, the economy of Edmonton is dominated by oil and other resource extraction industries. Perhaps for this reason, the average family income in Edmonton is a very solid $101,470 CAD.

But anyone discussing the economy of Edmonton shouldn’t forget to mention investments in various other sectors. The city is the birthplace of many large Canadian companies like Shaw Communications, Booster Juice, Boston Pizza, The Brick, Earl’s, and Fountain Tire, among others. Edmonton is also a major financial centre with many big banks opening regional offices here.

Education in Edmonton, AB

Top universities in Edmonton include the University of Alberta, MacEwan University, and Athabasca University.

In terms of primary and secondary school education, Edmonton has 3 publicly funded school districts, covering everything from kindergarten to grade 12. There are also a number of private, religious, and charter schools operating in the city. Like in most Canadian cities, students are generally assigned to the public school in their catchment area.

According to the Fraser Institute, the top public school in Edmonton is Old Scona, whereas the top private school is Tempo School. Both of them score a perfect 10, but Old Scona is known for its 100% diploma completion rate. If you don’t live in their area, Archbishop MacDonald and Millwoods Christian are also great choices.

For families with younger children, top elementary schools in Edmonton include Mount Pleasant School, known for its Cogito program for high-achieving students, Windsor Park School, with high standards in literacy and mathematics, and Grandview Heights School, known for its alternative education program and use of technology in the classroom.

Tips for Renting in Edmonton, AB

The Residential Tenancies Act establishes renters’ rights in Edmonton and protects both renters and landlords. If you’re moving to Edmonton, make sure you understand both the landlords’ and the tenants’ rights and responsibilities, so that you won’t be surprised or taken advantage of.

The Act has rules that protect you from unreasonable evictions and ensure that you have enough time to relocate between the notice and your last day in the apartment.

If you have any questions or concerns, the Landlord and Tenant Advisory Board (LTAB) provides information to tenants and landlords in Edmonton.

Renting a studio apartment in Edmonton, AB

Studio apartments are becoming more popular than ever. Just type the two words in your search box and you’ll discover an infinite number of pages praising these single bedroom apartments and offering invaluable advice on how to transform yours into the perfect home. Whether you’re looking to put some money aside, or you just want to declutter and downgrade, RENTCafé will help you choose from a fine selection of 4 Edmonton, AB properties. The average size for a Edmonton, AB studio apartment is 768 Sq.Ft., but it doesn’t hurt to know that not all studios are the same. If you’re looking for cheap apartments, you can find a great deal for as low as $50. One room apartments with the kitchen in the main room are usually the most affordable. Opting for a cheap studio is a great decision for your wallet, even if it might take some getting used to living in a smaller space.

They’re not called efficiency apartments for nothing

We might all be victims of the “go big or go home” philosophy, but just think about all the benefits a small apartment can bring. Choosing an efficiency apartment means that you can live in the best part of town. Also, imagine how little time you’ll have to spend cleaning or how little money you need to spend on furniture and decor. Once you find an efficiency apartment you like, don’t let it slip away. You can apply for a lease online right here on RENTCafé. If you still want to go bigger and you’re not on a tight budget, you can check out some bachelor flats that have a separate kitchen. They tend to cost more than a one room apartment, the most expensive studios in Edmonton, AB renting for up to $1,000. Regardless of your preference, among the 4 Edmonton, AB apartments are, you’re sure to find a studio that fits your lifestyle and your personal taste.

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