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A vibrant town on the historic Connecticut shore.

Coastal Waterfront Arts Outdoor Fun

More so than many of its neighboring communities, the city of Norwalk is all about the coastal lifestyle. The famous Norwalk Islands sit just offshore in Long Island sound, providing a popular area for kayaking, fishing, clamming, and bird-watching (if you’re lucky, you may even spot some deer or seals). For nature lovers preferring more accessible encounters, the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is a crowd pleaser and attracts visitors from all over New England.

Norwalk’s charm comes in large part from the many historic houses and buildings, including lighthouses dating back as far as the 1820s. The city celebrates its history as an oyster-farming community with the annual Norwalk Oyster Festival, which regularly draws national touring musicians as part of its entertainment lineup. In recent years, Norwalk has also supported more public art initiatives, resulting in many murals popping up around the city and a renewed focus on community involvement in the arts.

Rent Trends

As of September 2022, the average apartment rent in Norwalk, CT is $1,784 for a studio, $2,002 for one bedroom, $1,773 for two bedrooms, and $3,558 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Norwalk has decreased by -6.6% in the past year.

Beds Avg. Sq. Ft. Avg. Rent
Studio 569 sq.ft. $1,784 /mo.
1 BR 665 sq.ft. $2,002 /mo.
2 BR 901 sq.ft. $1,773 /mo.
3 BR 1,147 sq.ft. $3,558 /mo.

Transportation

Very Walkable

70 out of 100 WalkScore® Rating

If you enjoy walking, you’ll enjoy renting in this area! It’s a very walkable neighborhood.

Some Transit

47 out of 100 TransitScore® Rating

You'll likely want a car when living in this area since it has few transit options.

Somewhat Bikeable

48 out of 100 BikeScore® Rating

You might be able to find places to ride your bike in this area, but you’ll most likely want your car for most errands.

Demographics

Statistic Value
Per Capita Income $106,646
Median Household Income $99,911
Total Population 942,032 people
Average Age 40 years old
Average Rent $2,002 per month

Schools

Rowayton School

Public Elementary School

6 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades K-5

489 Students

Marvin Elementary School

Public Elementary School

6 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades K-5

418 Students

Columbus Magnet School

Public Elementary & Middle School

6 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades K-7

351 Students

Wolfpit School

Public Elementary School

6 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades K-5

323 Students

Cranbury Elementary School

Public Elementary School

5 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades K-5

430 Students

Columbus Magnet School

Public Elementary & Middle School

6 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades K-7

351 Students

West Rocks Middle School

Public Middle School

5 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 6-8

675 Students

Roton Middle School

Public Middle School

5 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 6-8

549 Students

Ponus Ridge Middle School

Public Middle School

4 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 6-8

682 Students

Nathan Hale Middle School

Public Middle School

4 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 6-8

648 Students

Norwalk High School

Public High School

3 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 9-12

1,722 Students

Brien Mcmahon High School

Public High School

2 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 9-12

1,561 Students

Points of Interest

Parks and Recreation

  • Stepping Stones Museum for Children
  • The Maritime Aquarium
  • Darien Nature Center
  • Earthplace
  • New Canaan Nature Center

Airports

  • Westchester County
  • Long Island MacArthur

Top 10 Apartments in Norwalk

  1. The Waypointe

    1-3 Beds, $2,215 - 4,005

  2. The Curb Apartments

    Studio - 2 Beds, $1,875 - 3,765

  3. Halstead Norwalk

    Studio - 3 Beds, $2,255 - 3,650

  4. 597 Westport Apartments

    Studio - 3 Beds, $2,055 - 4,885

  5. The Confluence at Norwalk

    1-2 Beds, $2,310 - 3,870

  6. The Beacon

    1-2 Beds, $2,195 - 3,925

  7. One Glover

    Studio - 2 Beds, $1,820 - 2,890

  8. Point Rock at Oakwood

    1-2 Beds, $2,300 - 2,700

  9. Brim and Crown

    Studio - 2 Beds, $2,241 - 5,968

  10. SONO Pearl Apartments in South Norwalk

    1-2 Beds, $2,300 - 3,295

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Apartments for Rent in Norwalk, CT

More so than many of its neighboring communities, the city of Norwalk is all about the coastal lifestyle. The famous Norwalk Islands sit just offshore in Long Island sound, providing a popular area for kayaking, fishing, clamming, and bird-watching (if you’re lucky, you may even spot some deer or seals). For nature lovers preferring more accessible encounters, the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is a crowd pleaser and attracts visitors from all over New England.

Norwalk’s charm comes in large part from the many historic houses and buildings, including lighthouses dating back as far as the 1820s. The city celebrates its history as an oyster-farming community with the annual Norwalk Oyster Festival, which regularly draws national touring musicians as part of its entertainment lineup. In recent years, Norwalk has also supported more public art initiatives, resulting in many murals popping up around the city and a renewed focus on community involvement in the arts.

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Average Rent Rates

What is the average rent in Norwalk, CT?

The average rent in Norwalk is $2,002. When you rent an apartment in Norwalk, you can expect to pay as little as $1,773 or as much as $3,558, depending on the location and the size of the apartment.

What is the average rent of a Studio apartment in Norwalk, CT?

The average rent for a studio apartment in Norwalk, CT is $1,784 /mo.

What is the average rent of a 1 bedroom apartment in Norwalk, CT?

The average rent for a one bedroom apartment in Norwalk, CT is $2,002 /mo.

What is the average rent of a 2 bedroom apartment in Norwalk, CT?

The average rent for a two bedroom apartment in Norwalk, CT is $1,773 /mo.

What is the average rent of a 3 bedroom apartment in Norwalk, CT?

The average rent for a three bedroom apartment in Norwalk, CT is $3,558 /mo.

Transportation

How transit friendly is Norwalk, CT?

Transit options in Norwalk vary, but overall, it has a transit score of 47.

Education

What are the top Elementary schools in Norwalk, CT?

In Norwalk, you’ll find top-ranking elementary schools like Rowayton School, Marvin Elementary School, and Columbus Magnet School.

What are the top middle schools in Norwalk, CT?

Norwalk is home to some top-ranking middle schools, including West Rocks Middle School, Roton Middle School, and Ponus Ridge Middle School.

What are the top high schools in Norwalk, CT?

Moving is tough for high school students! Look for Norwalk apartments near top-ranking high schools like Norwalk High School and Brien Mcmahon High School.

What colleges and universities are in Norwalk, CT?

If you’re a student moving to an apartment in Norwalk, you’ll have access to University of Connecticut, Fairfield University, and Sacred Heart University.

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