Overview of Billings
Surrounded by mountains, Billings, known as The Magic City, is located in the beautiful Yellowstone Valley and serves as corporate and regional headquarters for a number of companies. As the capital of the state, it offers numerous festivals and local events as well as being one of the most bike friendly cities in the country, according to Bicycling Magazine. The city is an ideal location for singles and families looking to rent in a modern metro area with close proximity to the great outdoors.
Living in Billings
Billings was founded in 1882 as a western railhead and named after the president of the Northern Pacific Railway. Although it only contained three buildings at first, soon the town had a population of nearly 2,000. Today, the city has a population of over 165,000 with a prosperous economy. With so much to see and do, renting in Billings gives you great opportunities to enjoy this historic city and surrounding area.
In a neighborhood surrounded by clean, pure air and the rugged outdoors, the city houses plenty of parks, nature preserves and museums. ZooMontana and The Reef Indoor Water Park are close by to enjoy a family day out. Adventure tours abound, with day trips on horseback and trekking tours, from Custer’s Last Stand and paleontology sites, to discovering how people in the old frontier lived and getting a glimpse into cowboy and gold miner life. Sports fans have a number of teams to cheer for and follow. Hockey with the Bulls, professional indoor football with the Outlaws and minor league baseball games with the Mustangs takes you from one sport season to the next.
The Moss Mansion and Yellowstone Art Museum are popular nearby attractions, and the incredible 2.2 million acre Yellowstone National Park is only a few hours away.
When the sun goes down, you will still find plenty to do close to your neighborhood. The Alberta Bair Theater offers live music and community theater productions. You can go taste testing at the three local breweries and afterward find live dance music and stand-up comedy at some of the local lounges and bars.
Local transportation options include plane, passenger train, taxi and MET transit bus, so getting around town from one neighborhood to another, even without a vehicle, is easy and convenient. Bus service is fast and efficient with free transfers and racks for bicycles. Unlimited monthly ride passes are available. Billings also offers an extensive, well-maintained trail system for bicyclists.
Apartments in Billings=Study
Billings offers great educational opportunities for those of all ages seeking a degree. Montana State University, Rocky Mountain College and Yellowstone Baptist College are all located here.
Apartments in Billings-Work
If you are planning to rent an apartment and work in the city, there are many opportunities for employment. Computers Unlimited, First Interstate Bank and Kampgrounds of America are just a few of the companies with corporate headquarters in Billings. Other employment sectors in the area include construction, trucking, financial services, education and media.
Billings, MT (West Central)
$885 - $1170
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Billings, MT 59106
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Billings, MT (North Central)
$695 - $1765
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