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In their most recent RENTCafé study, staffers wanted to find the places that offer the coolest mix of luxury, amenities, large space, good price and a great location, and the Sun City took a spot in the top 10.
High-end can describe a wide range of apartments — from resort-style communities to crisp high-rises with exquisite finishes to unique apartments near plenty of job opportunities, world-renowned restaurants, and entertainment options for every taste.
Here are the highlights for El Paso:
- El Paso takes the 8th spot of 20 big cities for renting high-end apartments.
- At an average rent of $1,048 and apartments averaging 919 sq. ft., El Paso offers a good balance of price and space for this category of rentals.
- With just 19% of the city’s apartments being high-end, interested renters may be in for some serious competition.
According to RENTCafe’, the Sun City’s rank is well-earned, and ahead of two well-know destinations.
If you don’t mind the Texas heat, El Paso and its 919 sq. ft. at $1,048 per month is another cool alternative for getting the best out of high-end living.
Further north and squished between two Texas cities is Albuquerque, with 34% of its local inventory being high-end units of 938 sq. ft. at about $1,224. Living large in New Mexico’s most populous city means access to amazing cultural events, unique experiences and even high-tech research facilities.
“To discover the sweet spots of quality and price, we considered the average rent and size of high-end rentals in more than 600 cities and town,” RENTCafe staffers shared. “We also factored in the share of high-end apartments in each city, as well as how many of those apartments are in top locations.”
According to the research, when it comes to renting high-end apartments, small cities will get you the most bang for your buck. With that in mind, Las Cruces made the Top 20 overall.