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1223 Oak Hill Ct, Toledo, OH 43614
$445 - $520 | 1 - 2 Beds

(419) 392-9547

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1004 S Byrne Rd, Toledo, OH 43609
$460 - $530 | 1 - 2 Beds

(419) 392-9533

Updated 2 weeks ago
4430 N Holland Sylvania Rd, Toledo, OH 43623
$814 - $1,986 | 1 - 3 Beds

(419) 740-5158

Updated 8 hours ago
2247 University Hills Blvd, Toledo, OH 43606
$250 - $780 | 1 - 4 Beds

(419) 949-4303

Updated 1 day ago
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5569 Ryewyck Ct, Toledo, OH 43614
$585 - $970 | 1 - 3 Beds

(419) 318-1984

Updated 1 day ago
2161 Orchard Lakes Pl E, Toledo, OH 43615
$750 - $940 | 1 - 2 Beds

(419) 318-1366

Updated 2 weeks ago
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6401-6463 Triple Crown Ln, Toledo, OH 43615
$1,100 - $1,300 | 2 - 3 Beds

(419) 392-9502

Updated 2 weeks ago
6230 Northview Ln, Toledo, OH 43612
$559 - $659 | 1 - 2 Beds

(419) 469-5715

Updated 2 weeks ago
3776 Hill Ave, Toledo, OH 43607
$370 - $550 | 1 - 2 Beds

(419) 469-5816

Updated 2 weeks ago
5001 South Ave, Toledo, OH 43615
$599 | 2 - 4 Beds

(844) 803-0479

Updated 2 weeks ago
5702 Angola Rd, Toledo, OH 43615
$549 - $949 | 2 - 4 Beds

(567) 703-4936

Updated 2 weeks ago
1255 S Byrne Rd, Toledo, OH 43614
$499 - $649 | 1 - 3 Beds

(419) 392-9505

Updated 2 weeks ago
513 Adams St, Toledo, OH 43604
$930 | 1 - 2 Beds

(567) 316-6583

Updated 1 day ago
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1920 Collingwood Blvd, Toledo, OH 43604
$500 - $780 | Studio - 2 Beds

(567) 316-6626

Updated 1 day ago
505 Jefferson Ave, Toledo, OH 43604
$850 - $885 | 1 - 2 Beds

(567) 316-6649

Updated 1 day ago
2015 N Mccord Rd, Toledo, OH 43615
$449 - $779 | Studio - 2 Beds

(419) 318-1370

Updated 1 day ago
1599 Twin Oaks Dr, Toledo, OH 43615
$629 - $849 | 1 - 3 Beds

(419) 392-9608

Updated 5 days ago
629 N Reynolds Rd, Toledo, OH 43615
$379 - $404 | Studio - 1 Bed

(419) 871-0021

Updated 5 days ago
2954 W Central Ave, Toledo, OH 43606
$589 - $879 | 1 - 4 Beds

(567) 686-1947

Updated 5 days ago
1918 N Holland Sylvania Rd, Toledo, OH 43615
$629 | 2 Beds

(567) 703-4406

Updated 2 weeks ago
2560 Key St, Toledo, OH 43614
$464 - $674 | 1 - 2 Beds

(419) 392-9599

Updated 2 weeks ago
1800 N McCord Rd, Toledo, OH 43615
$610 | 2 - 3 Beds

(567) 703-5054

Updated 2 weeks ago
1900 W Alexis Rd, Toledo, OH 43613
$550 - $650 | 1 - 2 Beds

(419) 464-7915

Updated 2 weeks ago
2830 131st St, Toledo, OH 43611
Call for Rent | 2 Beds

(419) 871-0175

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5727 Tibaron Ln, Toledo, OH 43615
$719 - $1,019 | 1 - 3 Beds

(419) 871-0227

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Toledo, OH Apartments for Rent

Toledo offers big-city perks in a down-to-earth place along with the reasonable price. You’ll see that business vs. fun goes out the window when renting an apartment in Toledo, because you get a great blend of both.  Toledo is located along the Maumee River near the western tip of Lake Erie. The city was founded in 1833 and is home to many elegant buildings and historic sites.

Toledo loves its neighbors! If you all about socializing and connecting, this city rocks! Don’t hesitate to lease an apartment in Toledo today because you’ll love the friendly atmosphere.

Things to Do in Toledo:

Imagination Station lets your spirit and dreams run wild. How about having an unexpected flyby with this facility? Magnetic fields and mind illusions will have you going bonkers for more. There is no correct way to explain this place because you have to see it to believe it. This science museum features a gravity pull, magnetic build-up, and illusion pics taken of family and friends. This is an imagination whirlwind!

Take a trip to the Toledo Zoo Aquarium! This newly-renovated facility has over 3,000aquatic animals inside. The aquarium is just one of the exhibits at the cutting-edge Toledo Zoo. Other exhibits include a hippoquarium (an underwater viewing exhibit) and an aviary.

The aquarium is a must-visit, with a “who’s-who” list of sea animals that include sharks, rays, and sea turtles from the Gulf of Mexico, piranhas from South America, leopard sharks and bat rays from the Kelp Forest, and even Japanese spider crabs – a rare creature for an aquarium!

And closer to home, there are animals from Lake Erie and the Ohio Waterways: minnows, moon jellies, flashlight fish, sea stars, giant Pacific Octopus, Alligator snapping turtle, and the electric eel! How cool is it to see what lies underneath the waters! Toledo has access to them all.

Hungry much? There is nothing like a good old burger from a new city. Cheers to your taste buds when you realize just how tasty the Maumee Bay Brewing Company is! Save room for dessert! An impressive platter of desserts awaits the end of your already wonderful supper experience.

Another great location is Rockwell’s Steakhouse. You can only enter through The Oliver’s House passageway near Ottawa’s side. The Oliver’s House is just exquisite, but Rockwell’s offers amazing desserts, including Petit Fours Patisserie. These two restaurants are a must-visit – great food and mouthwatering desserts!

You cannot go to Toledo and not try the hotdog at Tony Packo’s. This place is legendary – many important people have walked through its doors to sample the secret Hungarian method of this unique hot dog. Tony Packo’s was even mentioned on the television show, M.A.S.H. From the homemade bacon bits to the uniquely made fried pickles; come one, come all to Tony Packo’s!

What to Consider When Moving to Toledo:

Known as T-Town, Toledo it is the fourth most populous city in Ohio. Toledo is famous for its glass industry. You can experience professional glass workers on-site. You can also try the 40-minute make-your-own glass experience. The Toledo Museum of Art contains a vast display of glass art. The museum opened in 1901 and contains more than 30,000 works of art spanning six buildings.

Consider this as you are considering moving to Toledo: you will always be surrounded by people that enjoy creating, inventing, laughing, experiencing, and making the best out of anything! Isn’t that awesome?

Toledo is home to two major four-year universities: The University of Toledo and Bowling Green State. Located in the Ottawa neighborhood, the University of Toledo is known for its research, medical programs, and engineering. Bowling Green State University is in the city of Bowling Green and is known for psychology and green energy research.

Most big cities have zoos, but almost no place can beat the Toledo Zoo! The USA Today even named the Toledo Zoo the best zoo in the country. How fun to have this amazing destination in your backyard! Rent an apartment in Toledo today and start enjoying destinations such as this.

The Toledo Museum of Art is home to the Peristyle Concert Hall. It seats 1,750 people and hosts all types of performances, including those by the Toledo Symphony Orchestra. The Peristyle also hosts the museum’s Masters Series. Many events and performances at the concert hall are free!

Toledo is home to so many great ethnic festivals and the population is hugely diverse. From European to African American to Hispanic, there are festivals and events celebrating the sense of community and the city’s diversity. Festivals include the Lagrange Street Polish Festival, the Old West End Festival, the Birmingham Ethnic Festival (held in the neighborhood of Birmingham), the German-American Festival, and the Greek-American Festival.

Why Toledo Apartments Are Hot:

Toledo is hot because everyone is genuine and friendly. The phrase “salt of the earth” is typically assigned to Toledo residents. The people are friendly, the city offers a variety of things to do, and this is a modern metropolis that features a variety of Fortune 500 companies.

Rent an apartment in Toledo and you’ll be impressed with the choices you have – the city features some great neighborhoods with a variety of housing guaranteed to fit your needs, from apartments in the historic Old West End to lofts in the Warehouse District to high-rises in Downtown Toledo.

Why Toledo?

  • Built in the late 1800s, the Valentine Theatre is still the place for live performances, ballet, opera, and the Toledo Symphony.
  • Fort Meigs is a historic location significant in the War of 1812. Open to the public, it features several annual events.
  • Raceway Park features horse races and several annual events in addition to a restaurant and lounge.
  • The Toledo Mud Hens baseball team plays at Fifth Third Field, one of the best minor league ballparks in the US.
  • The University of Toledo is one of Ohio’s 13 state universities. Catch the Rockets at the Glass Bowl Stadium.
  • Cedar Point amusement park opened in the 1870s and is home to 68 rides – 16 of them roller coasters.

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