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Apartments for rent in Berkeley: What will $1,900 get you?

2431 Seventh St. | Photo: Zumper
By Hoodline - Published on June 25, 2020.

Curious just how far your dollar goes in Berkeley?

We've rounded up the latest places for rent via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to finding apartment rentals in Berkeley if you've got up to $1,900/month earmarked for your rent.

Take a peek at what rentals the city has to offer, below. (Note: Prices and availability are subject to change.)

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Dana and Haste streets

Photo: Zumper

Here's a studio apartment located at Dana and Haste streets. It's listed for $1,850/month.

The building has assigned parking. You can also expect to see a walk-in closet and a dishwasher in the apartment. Neither cats nor dogs are allowed. Be prepared for a $1,850 security deposit.

Walk Score indicates that this location is extremely walkable, is easy to get around on a bicycle and offers many nearby public transportation options.

(See the complete listing here.)

2431 Seventh St.

Photo: Zumper

Here's a 400-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment at 2431 Seventh St. that's going for $1,879/month.

Look for high ceilings, hardwood flooring and granite countertops in the apartment. Pet lovers are in luck: This rental is both dog-friendly and cat-friendly. The rental doesn't require a leasing fee.

According to Walk Score's assessment, the area around this address is quite walkable, is great for biking and has good transit options.

(Take a look at the full listing here.)

2025 Durant Ave. (Downtown Berkeley)

Photo: Zumper

Located at 2025 Durant Ave., here's a 455-square-foot studio apartment that's listed for $1,895/month.

The unit features a deck. When it comes to building amenities, expect garage parking, a swimming pool and on-site laundry. Cats and dogs are not allowed. Future tenants needn't worry about a leasing fee.

Walk Score indicates that the area around this address is a "walker's paradise," is great for biking and has good transit options.

(Take a gander at the complete listing here.)

Working with a tight budget? Here are the cheapest rentals recently listed in Berkeley.


This story was created automatically using local real estate data from Zumper and Apartment Guide, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Additionally, read on for five marketing tips for real estate agents to showcase local market expertise.

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