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Finding Apartments for Rent in Kent, WA
Comfortably nestled between Seattle and Tacoma adjacent to the beautiful Puget Sound, Kent, WA offers a comfortable living alternative to the surrounding big cities. With over 70 parks, Kent provides a beautiful setting to enjoy the outdoors, along with a budding nightlife and food culture that attracts many Kent residents on nights and weekends. In short, Kent is not your average city suburb, but a growing hub for those looking to escape the rat race in the city. Enjoy affordable apartment living in popular neighborhoods like Mill Creek, Canterbury and SODO.
Cultural Attractions in Kent, WA
You can find affordable apartments near some of Kent's most famous cultural attractions. One such attraction is the Kent Farmer's market. Not only does it serve as a hub for local organic food growers and cultivators to sell their wares, it is also a place where artists and musicians gather to share their art and perform in the public square.
Shopping in Kent, WA
In the heart of Kent is the always wonderful Kent Station, a shopping center geared towards Kent residents that provides a rich shopping experience. Kent station is more than just another shopping center, but designed to function as an open-air, urban shopping village to give Kent residents the best shopping experience possible. Shoppers can shop, eat and enjoy the fresh air of Kent all in one place.
With the multi-cultural backdrop of South Seattle, Kent also offers a wide range of ethnic shopping experiences, from La Huerta International Market that features Latin foods to Punjab Sweets, an East Indian grocers market, you can explore the culinary cultures of the world without leaving your city.
Dining in Kent, WA
Kent also has a dynamic food culture built into the city's cultural experience. Choose from hundreds of restaurants, brewpubs and fine-dining restaurants, along with dozens of Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Mediterranean and Italian restaurants—basically any type of cuisine you can imagine is just a short drive from home.
Additionally, the Pacific Northwest is home to some of the world's best, fresh seafood. Kent is no different. Take a short drive to Salty's at Redondo Beach or Duke's Chowder House for some of the best seafood the Northwest has to offer.
Transportation Options in Kent, WA
Getting from Point A to Point B in Kent is a cinch with the King County Metro system that serves the greater Seattle area, including South King County with both bus and lightrail options. Buses run frequently and will get you anywhere you need to go within the city of Kent. Also, if you're looking to explore surrounding cities you can hop on the light rail system that serves surrounding cities like Tacoma and Seattle. In any case, whether you want to take a break from a hectic commute, or enjoy the scenery of South King County and beyond, The King County Metro system has you covered.
Weather in Kent, WA
Despite what you may have heard, the Pacific Northwest does get a break from the rain. In fact, the spring, summer and fall seasons are actually quite beautiful and lends to a stunning outdoor experience. While it does rain heavily in the winter months, the summers are actually quite hot with highs in 100-degree range and moderate temperatures in the 70 to 80-degree range. In summer months, you can check out one of Kent's 73 parks, including the popular Lake Meridian Park, Chestnut Ridge Park and Scenic Hill Park.
Sports in Kent, WA
Kent residents often make the short trek to Seattle to Safeco Field to cheer on The Mariners as they compete against other national baseball teams. You can also make your way to the CenturyLink Stadium to cheer on recent Super Bowl champions the Seattle Seahawks, of if you're a soccer fan, you can also check out The Seattle Sounders at CenturyLink stadium as well. If you're looking for something a little closer to home, you can always head over to Kent's popular Pacific Raceways to experience drag racing at its finest. Whatever your sport of choice is, you have more than enough options to choose from in the greater King County area.
As of July 2017, the average apartment rent in Kent,WA is $964 for a studio, $1,195 for one bedroom, $1,391 for two bedrooms, and $1,741 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Kent has increased by 5.3% in the past year.
Apartments for Rent in Kent, WA
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