Overview of South Side
South Side Jacksonville is located to the east and south of the St. John's River. It is a bustling entertainment district just north of the hip Mandarin neighborhood and south of upscale Arlington. There is an abundance of things that apartment renters can do in the South Side of Jacksonville, from bar hopping to taking in a local theater show.
Whiskey Jax features live music at night, or enjoy a glass of wine at Island Girl Cigar Bar. World of Beer hosts a popular weekly trivia night. For good eats within walking distance of your studio apartment, head to The French Pantry, Sausage Paradise Deli & Bakery or Kazu Japanese Restaurant. Feast on some fantastic Florida barbecue at 4 Rivers Smokehouse.
For an exciting night out, head on over to the Cinemark Tinseltown and XD, or for something different, stop by Alhambra Theatre and Dining, where many well-known local actors have gotten their start. You can make the South Side neighborhood your own cozy corner of this sprawling Florida city with the help of Rent.com.
Searching for Studio Apartments in South Side, Jacksonville
Studio apartments can be the perfect choice for single people, students, retired folks and people who spend a lot of time away from home, but need a place to lay their head every now and then. Studio apartments typically are at the lower range of area rents, and they provide the benefit of having low utility costs.
In South Side Jacksonville, you can typically expect to pay between $800-$1,100 per month in rent for a studio apartment, depending upon the building’s amenities and location. Will renting a studio apartment be your first time living on your own? If so, check out this first apartment checklist from the Rent.com blog.
Typical Layout for Studio Apartments in South Side, Jacksonville
Studio apartments are usually about 500 to 800 square feet in size though this can vary. For instance, luxury studio apartments can go up in size to thousands of square feet.
Studio apartments are typically made up of a single large room with a separate bathroom, so while you might think of a studio as being a one-room apartment, technically it’s two. The large room of the apartment serves as the kitchen, living room and bedroom. The kitchen area, or kitchenette, might be divided from the main living area with a partition, or often it is a counter and cabinets along one wall. Browse Rent.com’s large selection of studio apartment listings to find the place that is right for you.