The cheapest apartment rentals available now in downtown San Jose

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The cheapest apartment rentals available now in downtown San Jose

The cheapest apartment rentals available now in downtown San Jose

Downtown is San Jose has a lot gong for it. It is a very walkable area, is easy to get around on a bicycle and is a haven for transit riders, according to Walk Score’s rating system.

So what does the low-end pricing on a rental in downtown look like these days? We took a look at local listings for studios and one-bedroom apartments in downtown via rental site Zumper to find out what budget-minded apartment seekers can expect to find in this San Jose neighborhood. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)

  • 510 S. Sixth St., San Jose (Photos courtesy of Zumper)

510 S. Sixth St.

Listed at $1,450 per month, this 260-square-foot studio, located at 510 S. Sixth St., is 13.1 percent less than the $1,669 per month median rent for a studio in downtown.

The unit has high ceilings, hardwood flooring, a ceiling fan, quartz countertops, wooden cabinetry and air conditioning. The building features assigned parking and on-site laundry. Pets are not allowed.

See the complete listing here.

  • 355 N. Autumn St., San Jose (Photos courtesy of Zumper)

355 N. Autumn St.

This studio apartment located at 355 N. Autumn St. is listed for $1,550 per month for 400 square feet of space.

Apartment amenities include both air conditioning and central heating, carpeted flooring, built-in storage and wooden cabinetry. The building provides on-site laundry and assigned parking. Pets are not allowed.

See the complete listing here.

85 E. Taylor St.

This 550-square-foot with one bedroom and one bathroom at 85 E. Taylor St. is listed at $1,995 per month.

The apartment features hardwood flooring, a ceiling fan, quartz countertops, wooden cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Building amenities include on-site laundry and assigned parking. Pets are not allowed,

See the complete listing here.


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Published at Wed, 19 Sep 2018 11:16:30 +0000