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Baton Rouge LA Landmark

Overview of Baton Rouge

Many Baton Rouge apartments for rent are located on the Mississippi River in the Louisiana state capital. The city was once ruled by the French, the Spanish and West Florida. Today, Baton Rouge is home to a lively culture filled with history, arts and entertainment venues that families and individuals of all ages can enjoy. Today, Baton Rouge is home to 230,000 residents.

Living in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge apartments for rent offer residents the chance to immerse themselves in a city filled with many fun outdoor activities, including 190 public tennis courts, 184 city parks and 75 recreational facilities as well as eight swimming pools, seven golf courses and a large amusement park. Residents and visitors of Baton Rouge can enjoy live entertainment at the Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre, LSU's Union Theatre or the Baton Rouge Symphony. Art enthusiasts have access to numerous galleries, museums and festivals year round that feature both traditional and contemporary works.

Sports fans enjoy attending Louisiana State University events, like football, basketball and pre-game tailgating events. With 43 national championships, LSU is one of the state's and city's pride and joy.

Those living in Baton Rouge apartments enjoy shopping at the new Mall of Louisiana, the second largest mall in the state, for brand name, high fashion stores. One of the last independent bookstores offers new, old and rare titles at Cottonwood Books. Residents can even locate old, out of print books and request special orders at the shop.

Shop local at the Main Street Market and explore unique shops and cafes to buy home grown produce, flowers and art. You can even take a cooking class or participate in a cooking demonstration with local celebrity chefs.

Getting around Baton Rouge is easy thanks to the Capital Area Transit System. CATS serves the residents in the city of Baton Rouge, as well as the neighboring towns of Baker and Zachary.

Baton Rouge Apartments and Cost of Living

The East Baton Rouge Parish Housing Authority provides families and individuals in need with rental assistance. The Housing Program builds, renovates and maintains multi-family apartment buildings and units to create a safe and sustainable living environment for low- to moderate- income residents in need. Residents in need can seek assistance in obtaining Baton Rouge apartments for rent through the Housing Authority's assistance program.

Living in apartments in Baton Rouge is 2.8 less than the state average and 7.1 percent less than the national average. The price for a gallon of gas typically runs $3.49, a cup of coffee generally costs $4.41 and pizza is about $9.00, according to AreaVibes.

Apartments in Baton Rouge, Work and Study

Baton Rouge apartments can let you join the city's current 800,000 residents. Major Baton Rouge industries include education, energy and transportation. Top employers in Baton Rouge are BASF Wyandotte Corp., Baton Rouge General Medical Center, Dow Chemical Company, Entergy/Gulf States Utilities and Exxon Chemical Americas.

The city is home to a large college age population - most of the city's students attend either the Baton Rouge Community College, Louisiana State University, Our Lady of the Lake College or Southern University.

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Baton Rouge, LA 70810

From $995

Studio-4 Beds1-3 Baths

Baton Rouge, LA (Oak Hills Place, Perkins - Highland)


From $995

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Baton Rouge, LA 70815

$775 - $925

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Baton Rouge, LA (Stevendale)


$775 - $925

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Baton Rouge, LA 70817

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Baton Rouge, LA (Mid City)


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Baton Rouge, LA 70806

$675 - $1455

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Baton Rouge, LA (East Fairfields - Melrose Place)

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$675 - $1455

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Baton Rouge, LA 70806

$714 - $1036

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Baton Rouge, LA (Old Goodwood)

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$714 - $1036

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Baton Rouge, LA 70808

$780 - $1085

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Baton Rouge, LA (Bocage - Citi Place - Concord Estates)

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$780 - $1085

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Baton Rouge, LA 70808

$640 - $1240

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Baton Rouge, LA (Bocage - Citi Place - Concord Estates)

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$640 - $1240

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Baton Rouge, LA 70806

From $1265

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Baton Rouge, LA (Bocage - Citi Place - Concord Estates)

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Baton Rouge, LA 70808

From $803

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Baton Rouge, LA (Old South Baton Rouge)


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Baton Rouge, LA 70809

$937 - $2018

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Baton Rouge, LA (Bocage - Citi Place - Concord Estates)


$937 - $2018

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Baton Rouge, LA 70808

$995 - $1779

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Baton Rouge, LA (Pollard - Woodchase)


$995 - $1779

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Baton Rouge, LA 70802

$525 - $700

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Baton Rouge, LA (Old South Baton Rouge)


$525 - $700

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Baton Rouge, LA 70809

$1270 - $1600

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Baton Rouge, LA (Bocage - Citi Place - Concord Estates)

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$1270 - $1600

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Baton Rouge, LA 70808

From $650

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Baton Rouge, LA (College Town)


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Baton Rouge, LA 70808

$999 - $3400

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Baton Rouge, LA (South Campus)


$999 - $3400

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Baton Rouge, LA 70820

$399 - $999

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Baton Rouge, LA (South Campus)


$399 - $999

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Baton Rouge, LA 70808

$857 - $1282

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Baton Rouge, LA (Pollard - Woodchase)

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$857 - $1282

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Baton Rouge, LA 70809

$822 - $1033

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Baton Rouge, LA (Jefferson - Drusilla)

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$822 - $1033

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