Prince George offers an affordable rental market that includes apartments, condos, townhouses, daylight and basement suites, as well as small to executive sized houses. With a variety of housing options available across the city, renters can choose the neighbourhood that is right for them. According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the average price to rent a two-bedroom apartment in Prince George is $959 per month; the amount a renter pays will vary based on the type of accommodation and the location.
From the downtown to College Heights and the Hart Highway, each area is unique and has something special to offer. While apartment buildings and condos can be found across the city, there are clusters located in the Downtown, East Central Fort George, the West Bowl and the Heritage neighbourhoods.
Looking for a full house or a suite to rent? Houses across Prince George have basement suites and daylight suites for rent. This is a great option if you prefer to live in a house rather than an apartment building.
Are you a student? If you are attending the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC), consider living in one of many apartments along 15th Avenue (University Way) which are conveniently located on the bus route to UNBC. Prefer a house? Check out the College Heights or Heritage neighbourhoods which are also in close proximity to UNBC.
If you are attending the College of New Caledonia, you might want to consider living in the East Central Fort George neighbourhood or the West Bowl area.