Waldorf was founded as a DC bedroom community. It has staying power. Originally called “Beantown” after a local family, the area was renamed in 1880 in honor of William Waldorf Astor. Locals do their shopping at the St. Charles Towne Center, and sports lovers visit the Capital Clubhouse for its indoor ice rink and other facilities. Waldorf schools are excellent—the College of Southern Maryland even has a campus here. There are also many apartments for rent. Want to live here? Browse our Waldorf apartment rental listings to find your new home. They’re the best on the web, with photos, maps and all the information you need to make moving a breeze. Whether you’re on the market for a budget studio or a three-bedroom with luxury amenities, we’re your one-stop shop for Waldorf apartment rentals. Check out our Waldorf apartments for rent today!