Studio Apartments for Rent in Spokane, WA - 10 Rentals available
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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 Spokane, WA?
The price range of a studio apartment is between $775 and $1,075. Search our studio apartments in Spokane, WA.
How many studio apartments for rent are available in Spokane, WA on RENTCafé?
There are 2 studio rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Spokane, WA were last updated on 12 Jun 2021.
What is the average size of a studio apartment in Spokane, WA?
The average Spokane, WA studio apartment size is 91 sq. ft.
What are the advantages of renting a studio apartment in Spokane, WA?
Studio apartments in Spokane, WA tend to be more affordable than other apartments and they have lower utility costs.
What are the downsides of renting a studio apartment in Spokane, WA?
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 Spokane, WA.
Renter's Guide to Spokane
Make Spokane your new home! Residents love how easy it is to find things to do here. You'll have access to everything from farmer's markets and festivals to park trails for jogging and Mt. Spokane for skiing. Once you experience everything eastern Washington has to offer, you'll understand why Spokane's motto is: Near Nature, Near Perfect.
WalletHub even ranked Spokane on their Top 100 Best Cities for Renters.
The city is 60 square-miles in size, which is 2.5 times smaller than Seattle. Located on the eastern side of Washington, Spokane is about 75 miles from Pullman, 280 miles from Seattle, and 425 miles from Boise, ID.
The weather in Spokane can get very warm during the summer, with temperatures reaching into the mid 80s. Luckily the humidity remains fairly low. Average winter temperatures can dip into the low 20s. The city receives around 17 inches of rain and 11 inches of snowfall per year.
Spokane, WA Demographics
- Total Population217,353
Female 106,397Male 110,956
- Median Age36.2
Cost of Living in Spokane, WA
The cost of living here is a little lower than in Pullman, WA. Dinner for two costs around $50 at a mid-range restaurant, and a domestic pint of beer with your meal will be about $4.
Basic utility services for a 915 square-foot apartment in Spokane cost an average of $106/month, which is much lower than the nationwide average.
Bus service in Spokane is provided by Spokane Transit Authority, with monthly passes starting at $45. Ride sharing services, like Uber and Lyft, and 24-hour taxi service are some of the other ways to get around.
Average Rent in Spokane, WA
- Spokane, WA Average Rental Price, May 2021 $1,123 /mo
Spokane, WA Apartment Rent Ranges
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Living in Spokane, WA
Spokane was designated as an All-American City by the National Civic League.
It offers something for everyone – it truly does. From outdoor enthusiasts eager to explore 3,800+ acres of park area to theater goers wanting to see a great show at the Bing Crosby Theater, it's a great place to call home. Shoppers have plenty of options downtown or at the nearby Spokane Valley Mall, and foodies will always find great locally-owned restaurants to dine at and unique cuisine at a food festival in the park.
But living in Spokane does have a few drawbacks. While you can’t beat the beauty, Spokane is quite far from the nearest major city. The unemployment rate here is also higher than the average for Washington State, and cloudy days far outnumber sunny days.
Things to do in Spokane
Looking for a park where you can enjoy the outdoors? Spokane has over 3,800 acres available, spread between different 87 parks.
For starters, check out the Riverfront Park, which consists of around 100 acres of beautiful nature – most of which is on an island. The Spokane Falls, Vietnam Memorial, and the 1902 Clock Tower are just some of the cool features worth discovering, other than the wildlife and picturesque scenery.
The Northwest Museum of Art and Culture is situated on a 5-acre campus in downtown Spokane and features traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian, along with their own impressive exhibits. The Mobius Children’s Museum is a hands-on museum and the perfect place to take the kids.
When you're strolling around downtown, you're sure to notice the historic charm of its brick buildings, which host the shopping, dining, and entertainment options of a major city. From Riverfront Park to the Downtown Core to the Arts and Entertainment District, Spokane continues to evolve and thrive.
Looking for fun events? Pig Out in the Park is a tasty celebration held at the end of the summer, featuring 40+ food booths. November also offers a few festive events to help get residents into the holiday spirit.
Along with the Gonzaga Bulldogs, Spokane residents can watch the Spokane Indians – the Texas Rangers' farm team – play at Avista Stadium.
Washington State University in Pullman is part of the Pac-12 Conference and is the place to be for hardcore Cougar football fans.
Employment and Economy
Mining, forestry, and agribusiness are the primary industries in Spokane, with one Fortune 1000 company, Potlatch Company, headquartered here.
The Providence-Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital is the number one private employer in Spokane, and the Fairchild Air Force Base and the State of Washington are the top public employers.
Spokane, WA Households
- Total Number of Households91,328
Family 51,664Non-family 39,664
Children 26,102No Children 65,226
- Average People Per Household2.3
- Median Household Income$50,306
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$953
Education in Spokane
Gonzaga University is the highlight of Spokane's higher education opportunities. In fact, it was ranked 4th by U.S. News & World Report as a Regional University in the West. And their basketball team always makes some noise during NCAA March Madness.
Spokane, WA Education Statistics
- No High School2%
- Some High School28%
- Some College32%
- Associate Degree11%
- Bachelor Degree17%
- Graduate Degree10%
Tips for Renting in Spokane
Ready to enjoy the beauty of Spokane? We bet! Here's a glimpse at some of the rental rights in Spokane.
Landlords have the legal right to increase rent as much as they see fit once your lease period ends – Washington State forbids rent control by law.
Once your landlord has been notified of needed repairs, there's a certain time limit they have to adhere to. For instance, they have 24 hours to provide hot or cold water, heat or electricity; 72 hours to repair major plumbing fixtures; and 10 days or less for other repairs.
Rental agreements will vary from complex to complex, so it's important to read through your entire lease prior to signing.
Renting a studio apartment in Spokane, WA
Finding an affordable home is definitely not an easy task nowadays, especially if you’re new to the market. When looking for a budget-friendly small apartment, you should decide on the non-negotiables and look for a home that meets your needs. On average, a studio apartment’s size in Spokane, WA is 588 Sq.Ft., which is convenient for a young professional, recent graduate, student or for someone who prefers not to spend more than necessary on a monthly rent. A cheap studio can be rented starting from $75, so your next step is to make up your mind regarding the layout of your future nest: do you want a one room apartment, with kitchen in the main room, or a bachelor flat with a separate kitchen? Hard to decide. Now you have 10 small apartments are in Spokane, WA to choose from that will help you make a decision, with an average rent of $660.
The perks of renting an efficiency apartment
They say renting is like dating- you should not expect absolute perfection from a rental home, but you should love the things that make it uniquely yours. If you’re interested in an efficiency apartment in Spokane, WA, we are confident that you will find a great place that complements your lifestyle. Having a small apartment comes with a series of advantages that their larger companions lack. A studio apartment is easier to keep clean and it’s always less cluttered, because there is no room for unnecessary stuff. If single bedroom apartments and small apartments is what you’re after, you are more likely to afford living in the hip parts of the town, within walking or biking distance from entertainment and shopping. You will also notice significant savings year after year. Pick your price limit and square footage and browse through our 10 listings in Spokane, WA and we promise you won’t be disappointed.