Home to the popular University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis is filled with student renters with unique needs: study areas and individual leases are just two amenities property managers offer to cater to the broad student crowd. These Minneapolis apartments for rent near U of M are geared toward students, so you can rent with the peace of mind that your fellow renters and your property manager understand your lifestyle. To find more, just head to Rentable and use our “student” filter.
Recently renovated, these apartments on the edge of Dinkytown include water and trash removal in rent. Large two- and three-bedroom apartments have subway tile in the kitchen, granite-look countertops, designer lighting, and unique, varied wood cabinets. The renovations also included new wall color (not just the standard stark-white), plush carpets, and updated bathrooms with tile floors and glass showers. The Hideaway isn’t filled with amenities, but the units are beautiful, modern, and affordable.
This student-focused co-op has everything students need: reservable study rooms, common study areas, close proximity to campus, a conference room, a business center with computers and a printer, and cable and internet are included in your rent. When the work is through, tenants here can enjoy the fitness center, courtyard, and grill area. The apartments themselves have in-unit laundry, spacious closets, and new appliances, but skip the gourmet features in favor of lower rents. Studios here start at just $945.
Charming inside and out, these apartments on the edge of Dinkytown are a short walk from campus, but there’s also a bus stop on the corner for a quicker trip. Laundry facilities are in every apartment, which also have tile floors and stainless steel appliances. Water, heat, air conditioning, and parking are all included in rent.
These extremely affordable student-focused Minneapolis apartments for rent are just blocks from the U of M — and from Surly Brewing. Rent a furnished one-bedroom for $689 per month, or get an individual lease in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom for $582. Plus, rent includes cable, electric, water, gas, water, and trash removal. Residents of Forty Four North also get parking, in-unit laundry, and access to a media room, tanning booths, study areas, and a fitness center. The decor inside is modern yet retro, with bright colors and starburst lighting. But the apartments themselves are chic and ready to match your personal style.
Dogs and cats are welcome in Prime Place, minutes from the campus. You can rent a studio to have all to yourself, or you can add up to three roommates and get a four-bedroom, four-bathroom for $629 each — individual leases mean you won’t be left hanging if a roommate needs to move out. A rooftop patio has a grassy area for games, several picnic tables, a grill, and pergola for shade. Water, internet, and cable are all included in your rent. It’s luxury-meet-student life.