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- Land O Lakes
- New Port Richey
- Oakland Park
- Orange Park
- Panama City
Featured Apartments in Florida
Live front and city center at Modera Pembroke Pines - brand new apartments and townhomes right in Pembroke Pines City Center. Prestigious address, swank amenities, pet-friendly attitude and fantastic apartments that reflect the ultimate Florida lifestyle.
Pembroke Pines FL, 33019
BEAUTIFUL BARRINGTON AT MIRROR LAKE! Carefree living at its finest. We offer you a serene atmosphere that complements an active lifestyle. Whether you are enjoying a rigorous game of tennis or basketball, working out in the fitness center or relaxing by our sparkling pool amongst the beautiful lakeside scenery, you have the comforts of home right outside your door. Conveniently located near the attractions, downtown, shopping and entertainment
Apopka FL, 32703
Luxury Apartment Homes The Best in Lakeside Living...Washer & Dryer in Every Unit...Conveniently Located Just Minutes to I-75...
Port Charlotte FL, 33954
Gateway Entrance with 24 hour Attendant, Golf Course Frontage, 2 Heated Swimming Pools...Private Terraces and Balconies, Fully Equipped Energy Efficient Kitchens...Minutes to Beautiful Beaches, Excellent Shopping, Dining & Entertainment
Lauderhill FL, 33319
Washer and Dryer in every apartment, Ceramic Tile and Vaulted Ceilings Available.
Boca Raton FL, 33428
Less than 1 mile from University of Florida, Shands, & Downtown Gainesville. Huge Floorplans! Pet Friendly! Arbor Park is the community you have been dreaming of!
Gainesville FL, 32601
The Winston apartments in Pembroke Pines offer a convenient location with ideal amenities
Pembroke Pines FL, 33025
Estates at Millenia is home to 8 unique floor plan designs, ranging from one to two bedrooms layouts. Our spacious Orlando apartment homes are perfect for any lifestyle and provide a standard of luxury that is unique to Estates at Millenia. Reserve yours today!
Orlando FL, 32839
Call for availability! Madison at Spring Woods is waiting for you. Our new look will move you.
Jacksonville FL, 32225
Welcome to Advenir at San Tropez.
Pembroke Pines FL, 33024
Whether you're a sun worshipper or just want to get a share of the booming economic growth, Florida is a state on the rise that has a lot to appeal to newcomers looking for apartments for rent. One of the fastest-growing states in the Union, Florida has enjoyed almost continuous growth during its history. Whether people come to retire at the end of their careers or are just starting out, this state has plenty to offer.
What to Expect
At 1,350 miles long, Florida has the longest coastline of all states except Alaska. So it's no wonder that tourism is Florida's major source of income; in 2000 alone, tourists spent nearly $60 billion while visiting Florida. From Disneyworld to posh resorts, the Everglades to seemingly endless beaches, beautiful and exciting attractions abound.
In addition to those appealing destinations, what draws people to search for apartment rentals in Florida is the fantastic subtropical climate, with its year-round warmth and sunshine. In winter, southern Florida is one of the warmest places on the U.S. mainland, with average January temperatures ranging from 64 to 70 degrees. Keep in mind, though, that the fall often brings hurricanes that flood the area and occasionally cause residents to have to evacuate their apartments.
Where to Explore
The vast majority of the population lives in urban areas, and the remainder lives in small communities in rural areas. Most people reside in towns and cities along the coast or in a corridor stretching between Tampa and Daytona Beach and including Orlando. While Jacksonville, on the northern Atlantic shore, is the state's largest city in population, the state's largest metropolitan area centers on Miami, which is near the southern tip of the state. Tallahassee, in the panhandle, is Florida's capital and is also a good place to look for apartments.
Miami Apartments It's the "Magic City," home of sophisticated nightlife, luxurious homes and apartments, fabulous restaurants and, of course, miles and miles of beaches. Although Miami is well over 100 years old, it has the fresh aura of a perpetually modern city. Want to live the good life on Miami Beach? Believe it or not, you can find small apartments for rent starting in the $500-600 range. But to live it up in style, expect to pay $1,500 or more for appropriately fabulous apartment rentals.
Jacksonville Apartments Jacksonville ("Jax" to locals) is the most important city in northern Florida, with its busy seaport and extensive financial and insurance industries. The 14th largest city in the country with a population of more than 800,000 residents, Jacksonville has one of the lowest overall costs of living in Florida and the U.S. The average cost of living is nearly 9% below the national average, with apartments being especially affordable. Need more convincing? Money Magazine has called it one of the top ten best places to live.
Orlando Apartments One of the world's premiere travel destinations, Orlando hosts more than 35 million tourists every year, who flock to this Southern city to take advantage of the 95 theme parks and attractions. But what is it like for the people who live here year-round? While they enjoy the splashy destinations their city has to offer, locals are more likely to enjoy the less touristy attractions like the downtown farmer's market every Saturday, Orlando Philharmonic concerts or pro basketball team Orlando Magic playing at the TD Waterhouse Centre. Hundreds of apartments are sprinkled throughout Downtown Orlando, near to all the action. Rents are surprisingly affordable, considering all there is to do in the area, with small apartment rentals starting in the $400-500 range and snazzy townhouses and sophisticated downtown lofts going for well over $2,000.