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Apartments in Buffalo, NY

Red Jacket Properties
Buffalo, NY 14202
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Studio - 2 Beds
$585 - $985
Studio - 4 Beds
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Coach-Lite Village
Buffalo, NY 14219
$585 - $955
1 - 2 Beds
Windsong Place Apartments
Buffalo, NY 14221
$1,089 - $1,929
1 - 3 Beds
With Eight Outstanding Floor Plans Windsong Place has a Home You will...
$575 - $1,300
1 - 2 Beds
Ellicott Park Townhomes
Buffalo, NY 14204
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1 - 3 Beds
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1 - 2 Beds
55+
The Packard Building
Buffalo, NY 14209
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1 - 3 Beds
Park Lane Villas
Buffalo, NY 14224
$935 - $1,620
1 - 3 Beds
Kensington Village Apartments
Buffalo, NY 14215
$685 - $735
1 - 3 Beds
Garden Gate Apartments
Buffalo, NY 14224
$760 - $850
1 - 2 Beds
55+
Camelot Court
Buffalo, NY 14214
$570 - $710
1 - 2 Beds
Lincoln Lofts
Buffalo, NY 14216
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1 - 2 Beds
$695 - $795
1 - 2 Beds
55+
Amherst Gardens
Buffalo, NY 14214
From $825
2 Beds
Ellicott Homes
Buffalo, NY 14204
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2 - 4 Beds
ROOSEVELT APARTMENTS
Buffalo, NY 14203
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1 Bed
55+
The Lofts @ Elk Terminal
Buffalo, NY 14204
$995 - $1,895
1 - 2 Beds
Orchard Place Senior Apartments
Lackawanna, NY 14218
$870 - $980
1 - 2 Beds
55+
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Guide to Buffalo

Buffalo Apartments For Rent

The shores of Lake Erie and the Niagara River border the second most populous city in the state of New York – Buffalo. While the city only covers 52.5 square miles, Buffalo has a population of nearly 259,000 people. With towering downtown buildings, an NFL and NHL team, and the magnificent Niagara Falls next door, Buffalo is for everyone.

This great city was named after the nearby Buffalo Creek and founded in 1801. In 1804 Joseph Ellicott of the Holland Land Company designed a radial street and grid system out from the downtown area. In 1825 the Erie Canal was completed and Buffalo became as a port-of-call for settlers heading west. The increase in population and commerce the canal brought led to the incorporation of the city in 1832. During the 1840s, development continued on the port. Both passenger and commercial traffic expanded with 93,000 passengers heading west, and grain and commercial goods being shipped.

Just before the 1900s, local mills became among the first to benefit from hydroelectric power generated by the Niagara River, causing the widespread lighting which led to the nickname, City of Light. Buffalo saw great prosperity through World War II and up until the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1957. The loss of valuable trade routes, deindustrialization, and suburbanization all caused the economy to deplete. The 21st century has been focused on rebuilding, revitalizing, and repurposing various parts of the city.

Things to Do in Buffalo:

Just as all (well, most) cities, Buffalo has its own style and way of life; with that comes a lot of things such as arts, culture, nightlife, outdoors, dining, shopping, popular attractions and more. There are many different things to do in Buffalo and once you rent one of these Buffalo apartments, you’ll have full access to all of them, all the time. Rest assured there is no shortage of history and excitement in Buffalo.

Have amazing family fun in Buffalo all throughout the city. See the exotic and domestic animals that roam the enclosures at the Buffalo Zoo, like the lions, otters, vampire bats, and anacondas. Enjoy an EcoTour with Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper River Tours as you hike, bike, paddle, and boat your way around the city. Make learning exciting as you explore the world of natural and physical sciences at The Buffalo Museum of Science. Try out some new moves on the blades at the North Buffalo Ice Rink.

Explore the many art galleries in Buffalo for a truly amazing experience. The CEPA Gallery is internationally recognized and contains eight different galleries, an open access darkroom and state-of-the-art computer imaging facilities. For an outstanding look at pieces of modern and contemporary art, see the paintings and sculptures at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. El Museo Francisco Oller y Diego Rivera is home to fine art by artists of color, including Latin- and African-Americans. Support the local artists in the community with a visit to the grassroots city gallery, Indigo Art Gallery.

In case you didn’t know, buffalo wings didn’t come from the roaming buffalos but from the city of Buffalo, so dining in Buffalo is already on a great path — but there is so much more than just wings. If you want to try the original buffalo wings then you have to visit the Anchor Bar where it all started back in 1964. For a fine dining experience, feast on contemporary American cuisine at Oliver’s. Take a seat at Lombardo’s Ristorante for a taste of Tuscan-style Northern Italian menu items. Visit the innovative sushi bar and lounge, Seabar. Vegetarians are definitely accommodated at Amy’s Place where they serve Middle Eastern and Lebanese cuisine.

What to Consider When Moving to Buffalo:

While you are searching through the various Buffalo apartments available, make sure to consider several different things before making your final decision. When moving to Buffalo, and any other city, it is rather easy to choose the apartment with the best price or the best look, but if you don’t evaluate the area it is in, you might be plagued with a lack of entertainment, schools, or art. There are 32 neighborhoods in Buffalo and before moving here it is important to review them all.

Allentown, Black Rock, Broadway-Fillmore, Central Park, Cold Springs, Delaware District, Downtown, East Side, Elmwood Village, Fillmore-Leroy, First Ward, Fruit Belt, Hamlin Park, Hospital Hill, Humboldt Park, Kaisertown, Kensington, Kensington Heights, Lovejoy, Lower West Side, Masten Park, North Buffalo, North Park, Park Meadow, Parkside, Riverside, Schiller Park, South Buffalo, University District, University Heights, Vernon Triangle, Upper West Side, and Willert Park are all the neighborhoods in Buffalo.

Allentown or Boho Buffalo is north of Downtown Buffalo. This neighborhood is widely known for its community of artists and embrace of bohemian, hipster, and gay culture – Allentown is the hub of LGBT Buffalo. This is one of the best neighborhoods for nightlife, dining, and shopping for antiques. Allentown is a historic district and has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1980. The architecture in this neighborhood expands across several different styles to include Gothic revival and Queen Anne.

Elmwood Village, located just south of Buffalo State College, was named one of the “Top 10 Great Places in America” in 2007 by the American Planning Association. This is a pedestrian-oriented neighborhood with residential and commercial sites. There are more than 300 small, locally owned boutiques, shops, restaurants, and cafes in the area. One of the first openly gay-friendly bars in the U.S. was established here in the 1920s – Cole’s.

South Buffalo was split by the construction of Interstate 190 during the 1950s. This neighborhood is traditionally known for its large collection of Irish-Americans. There are many annual events and festivals that take place here such as the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the Labor Day Parade, and the Italian Festival. South Buffalo is home to a concrete crushing facility, so dust and truck traffic from the facility do impact the neighborhood.

Why Buffalo Apartments Are Hot:

No matter your hobbies, career, lifestyle, or anything else, you will love living in Buffalo. There is so much to experience here that you’ll never grow bored.  As part of the metropolitan area, Buffalo-Niagara, this puts you practically in Niagara Falls. That’s right; you’re 30 minutes from the beauty that most people can only see on vacation. Living in any of these Buffalo apartments gives you much more frequent access.

Cheer on the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Sabres at their home games. Dance the night away and enjoy great drinks as you take in the nightlife in Allentown, or simply admire its architecture. Take part in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in South Buffalo. Eat the original buffalo wings at the historic restaurant that started it all. Whatever you wish to do, it’s available in Buffalo. “The City of Good Neighbors” awaits you.

Why Buffalo?

  • Having one of the most beautiful locations in the world, Niagara Falls, in your backyard.
  • Strolling through the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and enjoying its vast collection of modern art.
  • Spending the afternoon at the nation’s third oldest zoo, Buffalo Zoo, which opened in 1875.
  • Enjoying beautiful parks, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the country’s greatest landscape architect.
  • Walking along streets lined with some of the country’s finest architecture, built by such greats as Frank Lloyd Wright.
  • Having the choice of three SUNY schools: the University of Buffalo, Buffalo State College, and Erie Community College.