Rental market snapshot for Kirkland, Washington

Kirkland, Washington Rental Property Market Overview

The average rent for an apartment in Kirkland is $2,693. The cost of rent varies depending on several factors, including location, size, and quality.

The average rent has increased by 0.82% over the past year.

Kirkland is a city in King County, Washington, United States. The population was 87,281 at the 2010 census and is estimated to be approximately 93,000 as of 2019. It is the 6th largest city in King County and the 12th largest in the state. Kirkland is the second most populous city in the Eastside, after Bellevue. The city's downtown waterfront has restaurants, art galleries, a performing arts center, public parks, and a collection of public art, primarily sculptures. Kirkland is the home of the Seattle Seahawks, the Seattle Sounders FC, and the Seattle Storm.

Last Updated December 23, 2022

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Average monthly rent graph in Kirkland Washington | Cost of Living

  • The most expensive ZIP Code in Kirkland is 98033 with an average price of $2,645
  • The cheapest ZIP Code in Kirkland is 98034 with an average price of $2,423

Kirkland ZIP Codes with the highest, most expensive rent

#zip codeaverage rent
198033$2,645
298034$2,490

Live near Kirkland, Washington's Top Sights and Attractions

Edith Moulton Park is a beautiful park located on the water in Kirkland, Washington. The park has a playground, a picnic area, a walking trail, and a beach.

The Eastside Rail Corridor is a 22-mile long, multi-use trail that runs along the former BNSF Railway right-of-way. The trail connects the cities of Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, and Woodinville, and provides access to a number of parks, businesses, and residential neighborhoods.

Everest Park is a beautiful park located on the water in Kirkland, Washington. The park has a playground, a picnic area, and a walking trail.

Marina Park is a beautiful park located on the water in Kirkland, Washington. The park has a playground, picnic tables, and a walking path.

Juanita Beach Park is a beautiful sandy beach located on the shores of Lake Washington. The park features a playground, picnic tables, and a walking trail. The beach is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.

Denny Park is a beautiful park located on the shores of Lake Washington in the city of Kirkland. The park features a large grassy area perfect for picnics, a playground, a basketball court, and a walking trail. The park also has a stunning view of the Seattle skyline.

Big Finn Hill Park is a beautiful park located in Kirkland, Washington. The park features a variety of amenities including a playground, picnic areas, a walking trail, and a basketball court. The park is also home to a variety of wildlife, including birds, squirrels, and deer.

Marsh Park is a beautiful park located on the water in Kirkland, Washington. The park has a playground, picnic tables, and a walking path.

Kirkland, Washington area median rent change by ZIP Code map

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How does Kirkland compare to other cities in Washington ?

citymedian price
Bothell$2,810
Tumwater$2,545
Arlington$2,554
Brier$3,000
Orting$2,575
Renton$2,542
Seatac$2,545
Brier$2,600

Average household income in Kirkland area graph - US Census

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The median household income in Kirkland in 2021 was $116,595. This represents a 31.4% change from 2011 when the median was $88,756.

#categorypercent
0Less than $10,0003.3%
1$10,000 to $14,9991.7%
2$15,000 to $19,9992.1%
3$20,000 to $24,9992.1%
4$25,000 to $29,9992.7%
5$30,000 to $34,9991.6%
6$35,000 to $39,9991.5%
7$40,000 to $44,9991.8%
8$45,000 to $49,9992.4%
9$50,000 to $59,9995.0%
10$60,000 to $74,9996.9%
11$75,000 to $99,99911.9%
12$100,000 to $124,99910.3%
13$125,000 to $149,9999.5%
14$150,000 to $199,99914.1%
15$200,000 or more23.3%

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