Cranston is one of the largest cities in Rhode Island, positioned just below Providence along 3 ½ miles of shoreline on the Providence River. Residents can use I-95 or I-295 to commute or use public bus service. Boston in only a 54 mile drive from Cranston. With many schools such as Brown University, Providence College and Johnson & Wales, the area is perfect for students or faculty.
There are plenty of sites to take in once you have settled in to your new Cranston apartment.
Roger Williams Park Zoo One of our nation’s oldest zoos. With over 100 species of rare and fascinating animals and award-winning conservation programs it is one of the state’s top attractions. While in the area, be sure to visit the Roger Williams Park Botanical Center and the Victorian Rose Garden. Residents can also tour the Sprague Mansion, an 18th-century homestead of two former governors.
At Cranston Veteran's Memorial Ice Rink first time skaters can learn to play hockey or join a league. Mulligan's Island is 64 acre a golf and entertainment facility on New London Avenue. In addition to several pitch and put style courses, there are two mini-golf course, batting cages and state-of-the-art beach volleyball courts. Warwick Mall has many brand new stores and is a great place to find things to fill your Cranston apartment or home rental. You might want to check out Budlong Pool, one of the largest outdoor swimming pools in the country.
Whether you are here for work, to attend one of the area’s prestigious higher education institutions or to enjoy the waterfront vistas, Cranston apartments for rent can offer a great place to call home.
A post office in Cranston is located at 57 Rolfe Square. The phone number is 401-781-0249.
Average Rent in Cranston, RI
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