86 apartments for rent in Cedar Falls, IA
Cedar Falls is a thriving Midwest city of 36,145 residents, in a population center of 100,000-plus. The city is situated on the crossroads of interstates 20 and 218. Commonly referred to as the “Cedar Valley”, it offers all the amenities of larger urban areas, but with a hometown environment. There are endless opportunities to find an apartment for rent in Cedar Falls that are close to work, convenient to great entertainment and well within your budget.
Cedar Falls offers state-of-the-art technology, progressive industry partners and an abundant labor force that embraces a strong work ethic. When combined with educational resources, recreational facilities and cultural amenities, the city is a premier destination for manufacturing, distribution and corporate office facilities in the United States.
The city offers world class education and it home to the University of Northern Iowa and its 14,070 students. The University offers action-packed NCAA Division I athletics, while its powerhouse football team competes at the Division I-AA level. On campus is the UNI-Dome, Iowa’s largest indoor arena, which seats 16,400 for football and up to 25,000 for large concerts.
Cedar Falls is proud of Sartori Memorial Hospital, a municipal health care facility and affiliate of Covenant Health Systems. It provides many programs and health care services, including the Convenient Care Clinic.
Persons of all ages can utilize and enjoy a wide variety of recreational opportunities in Cedar Falls. Some include thirty-four parks and playgrounds, four public and private golf courses, a year round 287-acre nature center, three museums, a series of lakes, and the Cedar River. In addition, there are 50-plus miles of recreational trails connecting the Cedar Falls Industrial & Technology Park to the metropolitan area. There are over 5,000 acres of parks along a 10-mile corridor of the Cedar River, including over 800 acres of lakes available for public use. There is immediate access to cultural activities, such as theatre, libraries, museums, historic sites, art galleries, an art council, and a community band that has been in existence for over 100 years.