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Overview of Cordova

Living in Cordova apartments for rent offers the perfect balance of big-city amenities without having to sacrifice a community-centric lifestyle. Located on the northeast side of Memphis, Cordova is a quaint neighborhood with high graduation rates, high income per capita, sunny weather and a low cost of living. According to AreaVibes, the neighborhood is exceptionally livable with a score of 80. Since 2000, the population of Cordova increased by 37 percent, and today more than 34,200 people call this small community home, according to statistics from Best Places.

Living in Cordova

In Cordova apartments for rent, you're within about 20 miles of the Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll. Whether you're in the mood for a night out on the town or a relaxing walk in Shelby Farms Park, you'll find something to suit all your needs while living here. Families in apartments in Cordova will enjoy the high graduation rate in this community, which is 23 percent higher than the rest of the city. The crime rate is 49 percent lower than the rest of the city as well, making it highly desirable for many people.

Cordova Apartments and Cost of Living

You may be within minutes of the vibrancy of Beale Street and the eclectic nature of downtown Memphis, but Cordova apartments for rent are extremely affordable - it's no wonder the population has increased so much. According to AreaVibes, the median rental rate is 11 percent lower than the median in Memphis. The overall cost of living is 9 percent more than the rest of the city, but it is 8 percent less than the nation's average. The median household income in Cordova apartments is 99 percent more than the rest of the state, so you won't have to worry about bills and cost of living in this affordable neighborhood.

Cordova is the ninth most walkable neighborhood in Memphis, but it is still car-dependent, according to WalkScore. Luckily, the average cost of a gallon of gas is on par with the rest of the city, and the average commute from apartments in Cordova is only 8 percent longer.

Apartments in Cordova Work and Study

Once you've made your way into apartments for rent in Cordova, you'll find yourself within a

short drive from a prosperous economy in downtown Memphis. Some of the top employers include FedEx, International Paper, AutoZone, ServiceMaster, Ducks Unlimited and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Students moving to the neighborhood will be able to further their education at University of Memphis, Rhodes College, Southwest Tennessee Community College or Victory University.