Apartments for Rent in Irvine, CA

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the average rent in Irvine, CA?

The average rent in Irvine, CA is at $3,074. There are 76 apartments for rent in Irvine, CA to choose from, with prices between $942 and $16,332 per month.

How to search for apartments for rent in Irvine, CA?

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Renter’s City Guide to Irvine, CA
Introducing Irvine Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

Irvine has consistently been ranked among the safest cities in the country, and has also been listed among the 10 best places to live in the U.S. more than three times. It’s also quite popular with young professionals due to the thriving business opportunities and is a preferred destination for families. 

How big is Irvine?

Irvine is the fifth-largest city in the Los Angeles metropolitan area with a population of 256,877. And, with its 66 square miles, it’s physically the largest LA suburb — even though it’s 7.5 times smaller than Los Angeles. 

Where is Irvine located?  

The planned city of Irvine is one of the main suburbs of LA located in Orange County, California. It’s situated about 46 miles southeast of Los Angeles, which can be accessed via Interstate 5. 

What is the weather like in Irvine?

Thanks to its proximity to the coast, Irvine experiences slightly cooler weather than other cities in California, which can often result in increased periods of rain (14.3 inches annually). The hottest months are July and August, with average highs of 85°F. January is the coldest month, with average lows of 41°F.


What are the advantages of living in Irvine?  

The benefits of living in Irvine are plentiful. The city is continuously listed among the cleanest, safest cities in the country, boasting extremely low crime rates. Meanwhile, local schools and colleges rank high on national lists. The large number of international businesses present in the city offer ample employment opportunities for residents, and the city’s proximity to outdoor national parks and the beach are additional highlights. It’s also close enough to the big city that residents can enjoy the nightlife and culture, which they say is lacking in Irvine. 

What are the disadvantages of living in Irvine? 

Despite being a college town, Irvine is quite quiet and has limited options when it comes to art.

Irvine Demographic Highlights
Total Population 272,694
Median Age 33.8

What is the public transportation system like in Irvine? 

The local public transportation system connects residents to different parts of Irvine, as well as other large cities, including San Diego and LA. The city’s train station is served by both Amtrak Services and Metro Orange, and the journey to LA takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. The city is also served by iShuttle, which is managed and maintained by the Orange County Transportation Authority. Many locals get around by car, but the commute times near LA can be long and frustrating, and gasoline isn’t exactly cheap, either ($.96 per liter). 

How much does public transportation cost in Irvine? 

A one-way ticket for Metrolink starts at $10.75 and costs $21.50 to return. Additionally, seven-day passes will set you back $75.25, while a monthly pass costs $301. Conversely, a one-way fare on the OCTA is priced at $2, with express fares costing $7 one-way. Regular 30-day passes ($69) and express 30-day passes ($210) are also available to residents.

How much does a meal cost in Irvine?

A three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant in Irvine costs $72.50, on average. A cappuccino is generally priced at $4.59.

How much do utilities cost in Irvine? 

Monthly basic utilities in Irvine cost $144.71, on average, for a 915-square-foot home, and a good internet connection will cost you $64.84.

Irvine Rent Statistics
Apartment Rent Ranges
$501 - $7000%
$701 - $1,0000%
$1,001 - $1,5000.23%
$1,501 - $2,0001.36%
> $200098.41%
Average Rent Trends
What is the average rent in Irvine?

The average rent for an apartment in Irvine is $3,074 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Irvine?

The average apartment size in Irvine is 921 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a studio apartment in Irvine?

Rent for a studio apartment in Irvine ranges between $942 and $5,299 per month.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Irvine?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Irvine ranges between $2,085 and $7,999 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Irvine?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Irvine ranges between $2,640 and $14,977 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Irvine?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Irvine ranges between $3,000 and $16,337 per month.

Irvine Housing Statistics
Occupied Housing Units 96,707
Owner occupied 45.25%
Renter occupied 54.75%

What are the main industries in Irvine? 

The median household income is $91,999 per year in Irvine, which is nearly double the national average of $53,482. Employment opportunities are spread evenly across various industries as the city is home to headquarters, plants, and offices of various local and global businesses. The most popular industries in the city are in the professional, scientific and technical services sectors, followed by healthcare, manufacturing and education. Most people work in management roles and sales, as well as business and finance positions. However, the highest-paid residents work mostly in architecture, engineering, legal and law enforcement roles. 

What are the top companies in Irvine? 

Toshiba Corporation; Samsung Electronics; Sega; Mazda Motor Corporation; Bosch and Siemens; Asics; the Blizzard Entertainment; LA Fitness; and Quicksilver Software are some of the largest companies headquartered in Irvine.

Irvine Employment Statistics
White Collar 125,451
Blue Collar 7,703
White Collar 94.21%
Blue Collar 5.79%
Self Employment 16,884
Private Companies 93,679
Governmental Workers 14,512
Not for Profit Companies 8,079
Self Employment 12.68%
Private Companies 70.35%
Governmental Workers 10.9%
Not for Profit Companies 6.07%

How many schools are there in Irvine? 

The city’s schools are mainly served by the Irvine Unified School District, with a few — including Beckman High School — falling under the Tustin Unified School District. Specifically, the city is home to 88 public schools, many of which are consistently ranked among the best in California. In addition to these, there are also 21 private schools in the city. 

What are the top schools in Irvine? 

Northwood High School is listed as the sixth-best in California, and Rancho San Joaquin Middle School places 13th in the state, while Turtle Rock Elementary School is ranked the 27th-best in California. Another five Irvine high schools rank among the top 50 in the state, with Orange County School of the Arts ranking second in the city.

What are the top colleges in Irvine?

Numerous colleges and universities can be found in Irvine, including the University of California.

Irvine Education Statistics
No High School1.79%
Some High School12.94%
Some College18.44%
Associate Degree6.15%
Bachelor Degree34.86%
Graduate Degree25.82%

What are the best places for nature and parks in Irvine? 

Residents have access to more than 40 neighborhoods and 20 community parks that offer a wide range of diverse facilities. The Mason Regional Park — with its 339 acres of parkland — is a fantastic option for those looking for nature and biking trails or a nice place to walk the dog. 

Where to shop in Irvine? 

The city is abundant in shopping options, with the Oak Creek Shopping Center boasting a great combination of small boutique shops and big-name brands. Those in search of a different kind of shopping experience should check out The LAB (Little American Business) Anti-Mall, which pays homage to small, independent stores — instead of large corporations. 

What is the Irvine food scene like? 

The city is a haven for foodies, offering a wide range of dishes from around the globe and an impressive supply of quality Asian restaurants. Shopping centers can be found throughout the city and have a strong presence in various shopping malls, as well.

Irvine Household Statistics
Total Number of Households 96,707
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$108,318
Average Household Income$140,764
No Children

What to know about moving to Irvine?

Irvine is a fantastic base for anyone who prefers a quieter location compared to the hustle and bustle of big-city life. It’s great if you still crave some facilities, but wish to spend more time in the outdoors. In particular, it’s many city parks, natural parks, trails, beaches and forests — along with its fine year-round weather — enable you to fully immerse yourself in the natural wonders of its surroundings. 

What to know about moving to Irvine from Los Angeles?

Those relocating from LA will find a change in pace, with a slower, quieter atmosphere and scarce late-night entertainment options. 

What to know about moving to Irvine from Boston?

Individuals relocating from Boston or other northern cities will need some time to adjust to the warm summers and mild winters, even though the city’s climate is cooler than others in California. Additionally, the lack of history — due to the fact that Irvine is planned and newly built — is another interesting aspect that you may need to get accustomed to.

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