Renting in Wilmington, DE with $1,500 or Less

Are you interested in moving to Wilmington, Delaware? If so, there are probably many reasons for it. There are great job opportunities, a smaller community where your voice will be heard, tons of places to dine for all types of food from French cuisine, to smaller family owned eateries in the heart of Little Italy to high-end dining at Hotel Dupont’s The Green Room, not to mention how close you will be to big cities like, Philadelphia, D.C. and New York all just a train ride away while you enjoy a much lower cost of living. There are also lots of places to enjoy a nightlife; see some great shows at The Queen, The Grand or check out so many bars from Market Street to Trolley Square to Union Street and Mid-Town.

If you are thinking about moving, you are most likely asking yourself about the cost of living here and wanting to know what type of housing you will be able to afford to rent and at what cost. We found a great article from Buzzfeed that shows you exactly how far your budget of $1,500 or less would go if you decided to make the move to #WilmToday!

 

Summarized from the full article on Buzzfeed.

  • 101 Avenue of the Arts

1BD/1BR Rent Range $1,295 – $1,325 – Right on the Riverwalk, these gorgeous apartments are within walking distance from some of the best restaurants in the area, entertainment, and prime employers.

  • ParQ at the Square

1BD/1BR Starting at $1,167 – These luxury apartments are located near some of the hottest bars and restaurants in Trolley Square.

  • 2nd & Loma

1BD/1BR Starting at $875 – Another all-time favorite building located in the heart of Trolley Square.

If you are moving to Wilmington, DE or recently have- show us and share your new digs with #WilmToday on social media!

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