91 of 1502 Properties Match Your Search

Apartments in Silver Spring, MD


Example: Washer / Dryer in Apartment, All Utilities Included etc...

Click add filters below

Advanced Filters

Apartment Features
Other Housing Types Offered
Special Features
  • < Previous
  • 1 - 20 of 91 Listings
Why Silver Spring, MD Could be Your Next Hometown
Overview of the city

Silver Spring is a city in Montgomery County, Maryland, United States. The oldest, southernmost and urbanized part of the town is a major business hub which lies at the north apex of Washington, D.C., and it is a popular town because recently, it has undergone a significant development, with the addition of major residential, retail, and office structures.

General Information

Silver Spring has a population of 71,452 people, with more than 70% in the working class. It is one of the fastest growing areas in the country, even though it has a median cost of home of $355,000. The cost of living is 38% higher than the average in the country. However, the unemployment rate is one of the lowest at 4%, while the US average is 6.3%, thanks to the presence of notable companies with world headquarters, some of which are Discovery Communications, the NOAA headquarters, the AFI Silver Theatre, the national headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and the headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Silver Spring also boasts of some of the largest public libraries in the country. Some of them are the downtown's Silver Spring, Marilyn J. Praisner, Wheaton and White Oak.

Location and Neighboring Cities

Silver Spring extends from Howard County and Prince George's County, Maryland to Plyers Mill Road and Rock Creek Park to the west and north-west. Some of the neighboring cities are Silver Spring Park, Sligo, Blair Portal, Shepherd Park, North Gate, North Takoma Park, Sligo Park Hills, Colonial Village, Rock Creek Gardens, South Woodside Park, Rosemary Hills, Woodside, Woodside Park, Rock Creek Gardens, Goodacre Knolls, Takoma Park, Highland View and Woodside Forest.

What the City is Known For

In Silver Spring, there are 31,265 housing units, making it one of the largest cities in the state, and it is known as:

· One of the 11 Best Extra Large Metro Areas for Teleworking

· One of the 11 Most Secure Large Cities in the U.S.

· One of the 12 Healthiest Cities

· One of the 14 Best Airports to Make a Connection

· One of the 4 Most Gender Balanced Cities

· One of the 7 Cities on the Edge of Greatness

· One of the 9 America's Most Playful Cities

· One of the 14 Most Single Cities

· One of the 15 Cities with the Most Competitive Private Colleges

· One of the 19 Cities with the Most Competitive Public Colleges

· One of the 22 Most Popular Cities for the Holidays

· One of the 25 Best Cities for Seniors

· One of the 26 Fiscally Fit Cities

· One of the 29 Most Romantic Cities for Boomers

· One of the 36 Best Baseball Cities

· One of the 40 Best Block Party Places

· One of the 46 America's Best Cities for Dating

· One of the 50 Most Energetic Cities

· One of the 87 Best Green Cities

Silver Spring Main Transportation System

In Silver Spring, the major roads are mostly 3 to 5-lane highways, and it is possible to reach the Capital Beltway from Colesville Road (US 29), Georgia Avenue (MD 97), and New Hampshire Avenue (MD 650). The Intercounty Connector (ICC) is a new interchange making transportation in Silver Spring to be very good. ICC has interchanges at Layhill Road (MD 182), Georgia Avenue, Columbia Pike, New Hampshire Avenue and a part at Briggs Chaney Road. The MARC also helps a lot in making transportation to be smooth and cheap for the thousands of residents and visitors. In addition to the MARC train stopping at the nearby Kensington station, Silver Spring also has the Washington Metrorail's Forest Glen station.

Silver Spring Housing

The Central Business District (CBD) of Silver Spring occupies 7,254,729 square feet of office space, 17.6 acres of parkland and 5216 dwelling units. Of the 31,425 housing units in the town, more than 80% were built before 2010. However, most of the ones built before 1980 still look very new because of recent renovation projects carried out on many of them in recent years. Only 29% of the units have a bedroom, while others have at least 2 bedrooms, ideal for families of at least 4 people.