The city of Hyattsville has a history of human inhabitants that dates back more than 8,000 years. Residents living in Hyattsville apartments for rent have made an effort to preserve the city's unique culture and heritage. The first inhabitants of Hyattsville were the Algonquin and Iroquois Native American tribes until European settlers began purchasing land in the 1700s. After the Civil War, Hyattsville saw a decline in plantations as the federal government continued to expand and offered Hyattsville land at a cheap price. Preservation of Hyattsville historic buildings dates back to the 1970s - today the city is recognized as a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. There are approximately 1,000 original homes and buildings still standing today because of the city's efforts.
Residents living in Hyattsville apartments for rent fall between the ages of 25 and 64. The city of Hyattsville is a great location to raise a family thanks to its well kept neighborhoods. Families and individuals enjoy exercising and playing at Margruder Park, Deitz Park and Hyatt Park, to name a few. Residents living in Hyattsville apartments for rent who own a dog can take them to the Heurich Park where they can let their four legged friends run around and socialize with other dogs.
The Hyattsville Recreation and Arts Department hosts special events throughout the year including a parent and child dance, children's bingo, an Easter egg hunt, Summer Jam Series, Spookyfest, Hyattsville Cyclocross Bicycle Race and Shakespeare in the Park.
Residents living in Hyattsville apartments who wish to get around the town and surrounding Washington, D.C. area have access to the Metro Green line railway via the West Hyattsville Plaza and the Prince George's Plaza. The city also provides public transportation options including the bus, AMTRAK and the MARC transportation system.
Prince George's County provides Hyattsville apartments for rent to those individuals and families in need. The county has a total of 600 units reserved for public housing. Of those 600 units, almost 500 are reserved for elderly residents who wish to maintain an independent lifestyle. The County Housing and Community Development division of the public housing department also assists those in need with short- and medium-term rental assistance, legal services and mediation, among other things.
The average cost of living for Hyattsville residents is 1.5 percent less than the Maryland state average but 23.2 percent greater than the national average, AreaVibes reported. Residents typically pay $3.94 for a gallon of gas, $4.53 for a cup of coffee and $8.00 for pizza.
Residents of Hyattsville apartments live in close proximity to neighborhood schools, parks and colleges and universities. Top Hyattsville industries include education, professional management and construction. Students living in Hyattsville apartments can attend Fortis College, Landover, and the University of Maryland - a school which offers more than 100 undergraduate majors - to continue their education close to home.