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Overview of Round Rock

When it comes to quality of life, apartment renters in Round Rock, TX, don’t have much to complain about. One of the fastest growing communities in the nation, Round Rock was distinguished by Money magazine as the seventh-best small American city to live in. With a s strong public education system, award-winning park system, and convenient proximity to the musical haven of Austin, it's easy to see why.

Living in Round Rock

Once occupied by several Native American tribes, the community of Round Rock was formed in 1851 and named after a large round and anvil-shaped rock located in the middle of Brushy Creek.

Today, the population surpasses 109,000, and families and young professionals looking to rent apartments will be drawn to Round Rock for its low crime rate, which is 67 percent lower than the state, as well its great community spirit. Round Rock, TX is a place where people pride themselves on knowing their neighbors.

Sports fans looking to settle in Round Rock apartments will be happy to know that the city is the self-proclaimed “Sports Capital of Texas.” The city’s Old Settlers Park offers a golf course, cricket, a twenty-field baseball complex, soccer facilities and an Aquatic Center.

Round Rock apartment renters looking to attend sporting events will want to check out the city's minor league baseball team Round Rock Express.

In terms of public transportation, Round Rock provides Demand Response Bus Service within the city limits.

Apartments in Round Rock-Study

Many apartments for rent in Round Rock are occupied by students who attend local schools such as Texas State University and Austin Community College, Round Rock. With Austin just minutes away, there are also plenty of students who live in Round Rock apartments and commute to the University of Texas at Austin.

Apartments in Round Rock-Work

Between 2000 and 2007, Round Rock experienced a 45.15 percent growth in the job market – the national average is 18.6 percent. This major economic hub in central Texas boasts industry hubs in clean energy, life sciences, computer/software development and advanced manufacturing. Some of the top employers include Dell, TECO-Westinghouse, Dresser and Hospira.

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Austin, TX 78759

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Austin, TX 78759

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Cedar Park, TX 78613

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Cedar Park, TX 78613

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Cedar Park, TX 78613

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Austin, TX 78758

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Austin, TX (North Austin)


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Austin, TX 78728

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Georgetown, TX 78626

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Austin, TX 78717

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Austin, TX 78717

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Austin, TX (Davis Spring)


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Austin, TX 78729

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Pflugerville, TX 78660

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