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619 E Riverside Dr, Ontario, CA 91761
$1,475 - $1,495 | 2 Beds
130 E Acacia St, Ontario, CA 91761
$850 | 1 Bed
1621-1681 N Baker Ave, Ontario, CA 91764
$850 | 1 Bed
1037 N Archibald Ave, Ontario, CA 91764
$1,606 - $1,632 | 2 Beds
1701 E D St, Ontario, CA 91764
$1,325 - $1,950 | 1 - 3 Beds
3364 Honeybrook, Ontario, CA 91761
$1,080 | 1 Bed
304-s S Laurel Ave, Ontario, CA 91762
$1,400 | 1 Bed
1155 W 4th St, Ontario, CA 91762
$795 | 1 Bed
916 E Deodar St, Ontario, CA 91764
$1,450 | 3 Beds
320 N San Antonio Ave, Ontario, CA 91762
$1,250 | 2 Beds
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Ontario, CA Apartments for Rent

Ontario, California began as an experiment of sorts – George Chaffey, an engineer from Ontario, Canada, came to California and decided to try and make something out of the desert. Deciding all it needed was a little water, he and his brother purchased 6,218 acres – along with the water rights. With an innovative method for the time – 1882 – Chaffey laid miles of cement pipe and had the San Antonio Water Company drive a tunnel into the underground flow. His innovative efforts paid off, and the city of Ontario began to grow.

Today, Ontario is one of the Inland Empire’s fastest-growing communities, with a population close to 164,000. Ontario is 35 miles east of Los Angeles and just south of the San Gabriel Mountains and Angeles National Forest. If you choose to rent an apartment in Ontario, you’ll be able to enjoy trips into LA for the shows, landmarks, shopping, and nightlife. You’ll also be able to travel into the Angeles National Forest to enjoy skiing, hiking, fishing, swimming, horseback riding, mountain biking, and camping.

Closer to your Ontario apartment, you’ll be able to shop at Ontario Mills mall, an upscale shopping mall with a Nordstrom Rack and a Saks 5th Avenue. Other stores include Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren, and Ann Taylor. The mall also features a 30-screen megaplex movie theater, a food court, restaurants, and a Dave & Busters. Not far from Ontario Mills mall, you’ll find the area’s largest employer – the LA/Ontario International Airport.

If you enjoy sports, then you’ll definitely want to look at apartments in Ontario – it has the largest, most modern sports arena in the Inland Empire. Citizens Business Bank Arena hosts sports events and concerts. The arena covers 225,000 square feet and features 36 luxury suites. Hockey fans can cheer on the AHL Ontario Reign, a hockey team affiliated with the Los Angeles Kings and the Winnipeg Jets. Other events include live concerts, wrestling events, ice skating, basketball, indoor soccer, and boxing.

Don’t worry about commuting once you’ve moved into your Ontario apartment. Ontario has a Metrolink station located off Haven Avenue. The Metrolink train operates throughout the LA area, as well as Orange County and the San Fernando Valley. This station is also close to the Ontario International Airport.

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