Here’s what it costs to rent 7 places in Midtown Atlanta

Amber Navran of  Moonchild sings her songs on the Contemporary Stage during the Atlanta Jazz Festival in Piedmont Park Saturday, May 27, 2017.  This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Atlanta Jazz Festival and is expected to attract more than 100,000 attendees.  STEVE SCHAEFER / SPECIAL TO THE AJC

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Amber Navran of Moonchild sings her songs on the Contemporary Stage during the Atlanta Jazz Festival in Piedmont Park Saturday, May 27, 2017. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Atlanta Jazz Festival and is expected to attract more than 100,000 attendees. STEVE SCHAEFER / SPECIAL TO THE AJC

Since Midtown is seeing plenty of new construction, now is as good a time as any to scope out how much renting an apartment in the area costs.

But if you're interested in the Midtown life, it'll cost you. How much of course depends on how much you're paying for amenities and bedrooms. We took a small grouping of Midtown apartments and broke them down by price and bedroom.

Renters looking to save a buck should avoid new construction. According to data from ApartmentData.com, rent in new construction, which is typically classified as Class A, averages $1,589 a month. The overall average is $1,079. Midtown in particular has seen a -4.4% trend in rent prices since last August.

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Prices listed below are subject to change.

Modera Midtown

Year completed: 2017

Number of units: 435

Cost: Studio, $1,530 (475 square feet); one bedroom, $1,690 – 1,890 (753 – 794 square feet); two- and three-bedroom units not available for rent at time of publication.

Amenities: One-eighth mile elevated running track, electric car charging stations, business center, club room, Google Fiber hookups, heated saltwater pool.

Alta Midtown

Year completed: 2016

Number of units: 369

Cost: Studio, $1,490 – 1,595 (573 – 715 square feet); one bedroom $1,750 – 2,264 (); two bedrooms $2,685 – 3,190 (1,091 – 1,261 square feet).

Amenities: 24-hour concierge, coffee bar and fitness club. Bike storage, car charging stations, covered parking and a pet play area.

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SkyHouse Midtown

Year completed: 2013

Number of units: 326

Cost: Studio, $1,400 – 1,500 (577 – 621 square feet); one bedroom, $1,389 – 1,563 (678 – 885 square feet); two bedrooms, $2,520 – 2,670 (988 – 1,016 square feet); three bedrooms, $3,285 (1,331 – 1,418 square feet).

Amenities: 24/7 concierge, clubroom, covered parking, granite countertops, sundeck, fitness center, pool and playground.

Azure On The Park

Year completed: 2016

Number of units: 329

Cost: One bedroom, $1,546 – 2,625 (547 – 761 square feet); two bedrooms, $2,503 – 4,335 (957 – 1,690 square feet); three bedrooms, $3,220 – 4,110 (1,190 – 1,513 square feet).

Amenities: WiFi at pool and clubhouse, maid and dry cleaning service, car charging station, media room, high-speed internet and fitness center.

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Belvedere House Apartments

Year completed: 1919

Number of units: 32

Cost: One bedroom, $850 (630 square feet).

Amenities: Gated, smoke-free, and high-speed internet access.

1280 West Condominiums

Year completed: 1989

Number of units: 432

Cost: Studio, $1,100 – 1,200 (457 square feet); one bedroom, $1,200 – 1,500 (625 – 813 square feet); two bedrooms, $1,800 – 2,000 (1,050 square feet).

Amenities: Fitness center, weight machines, sauna, pool, basketball court, tennis court, high-speed internet access and a conference room.

Marq On Ponce

Year completed: 2003

Number of units: 330

Cost: Studio, $1,112 – 1,647 (567 –762 square feet); one bedroom, $1,233 – 1,895 (746 – 1,417 square feet); two bedrooms, $1,759 – 2,960 (1,139 – 2,465 square feet).

Amenities: Cyber lounge with WiFi, fitness center, gated garage parking, tall ceilings, a breakfast and coffee concierge and laundry facilities.