Columbia, MD Apartments

Columbia, the second-wealthiest county in Maryland with 10 self-contained villages, is located in Howard County, Maryland. For new apartment renters who crave a small-town feel but still want the amenities offered in a larger city, Columbia is the perfect area. Columbia is considered to be extremely livable, with a livability score of 78, and being ranked #55 in Maryland and #2,191 in the USA. Serious question right now...are you a fan of watching movies/shows? What about live shows? AlsoÉ do you love to nibble on snacks, or eat while watching a show or movie? Well, if any of those are a yes then good news, new renters! Columbia is home to Toby's Dinner Theatre, which has a 4.5 star rating on Tripadvisor. Guests can attend a live show and...E.A.T. Yes, imagine going to the restaurant on a Friday night with a date or with the family to devour delicious food and enjoy a great show! For those who love nature, Columbia has great nature offerings as well, such as Lake Kittamaqundi, Lake Elkhorn Park and Robinson Nature Center to name a few. Furthermore, new residents of the area should know that Columbia is only about 30 miles from D.C., making it extremely easy to take a day trip into the Nation's Capital for a fun and relaxing day. The cost of living in Columbia is 10% higher than the Maryland average and 32% higher than the national average. The median household income is $100,849 and the median rent value is $1,950. For those with a family, average test scores in Columbia are 9% higher than the national average and 93.8% of students in the area have completed high school. (Renter Statistics Source: www.livability.com and www.areavibes.com)

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