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Huntington, West Virginia remains a center for arts and culture in the Mountain State. In its early days, the Ohio River provided the lifeblood to the city as steamships carrying coal and timber from the surrounding mountains used Huntington as a port. While other cities have suffered from urban decay following deindustrialization, Huntington still remains a lively city and has preserved many of its historic buildings, converting them into eclectic mixes of shops and restaurants. The Ritter Park Historic District contains more than 70 large restored historic homes that exemplify notable architectural styles from the 20th century.

Additionally, Huntington houses Marshall University, which sits at the heart of the city. In addition to containing many historic buildings, the school also brings in young people to the city and contributes to the city's arts scene. Huntington also benefits from the large crowds that pour into the city to view the legendary football games at Marshall.

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As of July 2018, the average apartment rent in Huntington, WV is $492 for a studio, $615 for one bedroom, $740 for two bedrooms, and $935 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Huntington has decreased by -3.9% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 436 $492
1 BR 589 $615
2 BR 875 $740
3 BR 1,036 $935


58 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable

Top Apartments in Huntington

  1. Country Club Apartments, 1-2 Bed, $780 - 929
  2. Garden Park Apartments, Studio - 2 Bed, $565 - 740
  3. Mark Alan Apartments & Townhomes, 1-2 Bed, $600 - 680
  4. Vinson Apartments, 1-2 Bed, $525 - 676
  5. LaSalle Apartments, 2-3 Bed, $895
  6. Park Place Properties, Studio - 3 Bed, $700 - 1,275
  7. Royal Oaks at Pea Ridge, 1-2 Bed, $855

Living in Huntington

  • Restaurants

    Restaurants in Huntington lie along many of the streets downtown. Black Sheep Burrito and Brews puts a twist on traditional Mexican fare to serve creations like the duck taco and curry burrito. The flock of tacos plate consists of 3 tacos, which allows you to sample different varieties. Sides such as sweet potato salad or red pepper slaw round out the meal. A large selection of wines and craft beers make the restaurant a popular location to grab a drink with friends.

    With a business that has been thriving since 1938, many people consider eating at Jim's Steak and Spaghetti House an essential part of the Huntington experience. The restaurant serves a plate of spaghetti with a salad and drink for less than $6 that attracts a crowd. Finish off the meal with a slice of the coconut cream pie. The menu does not feature many items, but every dish served is prepared and cooked to perfection.

    Hillbilly Hot Dogs sells a variety of unique hot dog combinations, such as the Harrison Dog, topped with chili and nacho cheese. Locals rave about the garlic and ranch fries, which make a tasty and filling side item. If you have an appetite, attempt the Homewrecker Challenge, which involves eating a 15-inch hot dog smothered in toppings. The wacky hillybilly decor makes eating at the restaurant a fun and unique experience.

    Huntington has a few bars that provide nightlife options. Locals enjoy sampling the wide selection of craft beers at Huntington Ale House. The staff are experts on beer and can help you pick out the perfect brew. You can also grab a burger and listen to a band while enjoying the beer selection.

  • History

    Huntington was founded at the western terminus of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway in the 19th century. The city grew as it became a port where boats of coal and timber were shipped along the Ohio River. The economy was based on steel processing and manufacturing in its early days but today healthcare, education, and tourism industries support the economy.

    Huntington contains several historic buildings as well as museums and galleries. The Huntington Museum of Art houses galleries of American and European art and showcases rotating exhibitions. The museum hosts concerts, presentations and parties throughout the year. Visitors can tour the plant conservatory to see many varieties of rare tropical plants. The Keith Albee Performing Arts Center, a restored Vaudeville palace built in 1928, also forms the hub for arts in the city. The center hosts the Huntington Symphony Orchestra in addition to plays and film screenings throughout the year.

  • Transportation

    Many residents use personal vehicles to get around, but finding parking can be difficult at many businesses. The neighborhood has many sidewalks and crosswalks for walking, but the lack of bike lanes makes biking difficult. The Tri-State Transit Authority operates multiple bus lines through Huntington and also provides service to Charleston. Uber does not service the area, but you can call a taxi company to arrange a cab ride. Residents of Huntington can easily access Interstate 64 to leave town.

  • Cost

    Access to many amenities at a low cost remains a large draw for residents of Huntington, who enjoy a cost of living 17 percent lower than the national average. Gas prices remain around 3 percent lower than the national average while the average monthly rent on a one-bedroom residence runs around $965. A single ride on a bus operated by the Tri-State Transit costs $1. Expect to pay about $6 for a pint of beer at a local bar.

  • Shopping

    Small businesses provide shopping opportunities downtown, while larger high-value stores lie a few miles outside of town along Interstate 64. A large complex of retailers at the site consists of the Huntington Mall, anchored by Macy's and Sears, as well as stores like Walmart, Target and Best Buy. Locals shop for groceries at Kroger and FoodFair. The Central City Farmers Market operates 3 days each week during summer months.

    Robert's Running and Walking Shop carries all the supplies needed to enjoy a jog along the Ohio River. People stop by to browse the selection of shoes and gear such as socks and watches. You can pick up water bottles and healthy snacks for a jog as well. The store also frequently sponsors group runs and track workouts.

    Locals go to Jeff's Bike Shop to check out the large selection of bicycles. The staff performs maintenance on bicycles and answers any questions customers may have. You can also pick up a helmet or riding apparel. People choose this store over larger chain retailers for the quality inventory and personalized service.

  • Parks

    Huntington contains several large parks that provide residents with recreational opportunities. Ritter Park remains the most prominent of these as a frequent destination for both residents and tourists. Children enjoy playing on the extensive playground, rated sixth nationally by Child Magazine. The 11 tennis courts in the park regularly hold tennis tournaments. People also enjoy walking and jogging on the extensive trails that wind through fountain gardens. The rose garden, which contains more than 3,500 rose plants, remains a huge attraction and also serves as a popular venue for weddings and photography shoots. Numerous annual events, such as an Easter egg hunt and the Huntington Art and Music Festival, take place in the park.


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  • Country Club Apartments
    6275 Country Club Dr, Huntington, WV 25705
    1 wk
    $780 - 929 1-2 Bed Available Now
  • Garden Park Apartments
    500 Garden Ln, Huntington, WV 25705
    2 wks
    $565 - 740 Studio - 2 Bed Available Now
  • 1 wk
    Vinson Apartments
    1122-1124 13th St, Huntington, WV 25701
    $525 - 676 1-2 Bed Available Now
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    LaSalle Apartments
    1024 8th St, Huntington, WV 25701
    $895 2-3 Bed Available Now
  • 2 wks
    Park Place Properties
    1616 Spring Valley Dr, Huntington, WV 25704
    $700 - 1,275 Studio - 3 Bed Available Now
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    Royal Oaks at Pea Ridge
    9 Pyramid Dr, Huntington, WV 25705
    $855 1-2 Bed Available Soon
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    704 10th Ave Unit 2-R
    Huntington, WV 25701
    $675 2 Bed Available 08/01/18
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    1037 6th St W
    Huntington, WV 25701
    $575 2 Bed Available Now
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    Huntington, WV 25701
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    Huntington, WV 25701
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    1918 7th Ave
    Huntington, WV 25703
    $650 1 Bed Available 08/01/18
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    Huntington, WV 25703
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    Huntington, WV 25703
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    Huntington, WV 25703
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    Huntington, WV 25703
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    $650 Townhome for Rent Available Now
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    918 4th Ave Unit 201
    Huntington, WV 25701
    $1,400 1 Bed Available Now
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    Huntington, WV 25701
    $950 2 Bed Available Now
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    Huntington, WV 25701
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