Grapevine apartments for rent are home to the oldest settlement in Tarrant County, Texas. The city was one of the original Lone Stars on the American Flag in 1844. Settlement by pioneers was not open until General Sam Houston and the Republic of Texas Commissioners met and signed a peace treaty with the leaders of ten Native American Tribes that same year. Today, more than 47,000 people reside in the city.
Grapevine apartments for rent are located to the central downtown area. Residents enjoy an array of dining options, local and national arts and entertainment venues and outdoor activities year round.
There are more than 200 restaurants in Grapevine offering the community an eclectic mix of Lone Star staples, Italian, French, Mexican and Pacific Rim cuisines. Each year between April and October, Historic Downtown Grapevine hosts the Grapevine Market. Residents of Grapevine apartments have the opportunity to wander through tents featuring handmade items, home decor and antiques from Grapevine business vendors. The entertainment and recreation venues normally associated with larger, urban dwellings appeal to residents who want an array of amenities but prefer to live in a small town. The Palace Arts Center is the premier entertainment venue of Grapevine - hosting a variety of musical and theatrical performances year round. Additionally, the Runway Theatre puts on a variety of plays to suit individual and family audiences.
Residents of apartments in Grapevine have access to more than 22 miles of hard-surface trails and four miles of soft-surface trails. Whether you prefer to walk, bike or run, there is a trail system for every level. Many of the trails also serve as alternative ways residents can commute to work and school.
The Grapevine shuttle runs seven days a week, allowing residents and visitors to travel between popular destinations within the city. Residents who are disabled or who are over the age of 55 can request door-to-door transportation service via the Northeast Transportation Services.
The Grapevine Housing Authority owns several Grapevine apartments for rent and offer them to residents who fall into low- to moderate-income households. The Grapevine Housing Authority also owns elderly and disabled units to help Grapevine residents of all ages and backgrounds to maintain an independent living.
Residents of Grapevine are estimated to have an 11.4 percent higher cost of living average than the rest of Texas and a 1.2 percent higher cost of living then the rest of the United States, reported Areavibes. According to the source, the Grapevine community typically pays $3.62 for a gallon of gas, $4.45 for a cup of coffee and $9.08 for pizza.
Apartments in Grapevine offer residents the opportunity to live close to work. The leading industries in Grapevine include education, health and social services. Tarrant County is home to top employers, including Alcon, AMR Corporation, Arlington ISD, Bell Helicopter and Birdville ISD.
Students living in Grapevine apartments for rent can either attend the Career Academy of Texas or commute outside of the city to further their post secondary education. College and universities located less than 20 miles outside of the city include North Lake College, Brookhaven College, the University of Texas at Arlington, Lincoln College of Technology and Dallas Baptist University.