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Studio to 2 bedrooms $745 to $1535

Laguna Park Apartments
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Laguna Park Apartments

3639 W Benjamin Holt Dr Stockton, CA 95219
(866) 491-3477 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $800 to $875

Parkside Apartments
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Parkside Apartments

3280 Blue Ridge Cir Stockton, CA 95219
(209) 636-6976 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $895 to $1500

Schooner Landing Apartments
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Schooner Landing Apartments

7100 Shoreline Dr Stockton, CA 95219
(209) 645-8294 check availability

Studio $1560

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Furnished Studio – Stockton - March Lane

2844 W March Ln Stockton, CA 95219
(209) 941-3317 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $700 to $1350

Iron Horse Apartments
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Iron Horse Apartments

2506 Country Club Blvd Stockton, CA 95204
(209) 275-1537 check availability

2 To 4 bedrooms $734 to $1025

Meridian Pointe Apartments
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Meridian Pointe Apartments

819 E Hammer Ln Stockton, CA 95210
(855) 650-7486 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $775 to $1450

Torcello Apartments
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Torcello Apartments

1633 E Bianchi Rd Stockton, CA 95210
(209) 645-8251 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $820 to $1125

Village of the Pines Apartments
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Village of the Pines Apartments

1350 Buckingham Way Stockton, CA 95207
(855) 296-2045 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $895 to $1250

Country Club Village Apartments
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Country Club Village Apartments

2733 Country Club Blvd Stockton, CA 95204
(209) 323-2394 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $950 to $1200

Bridle Path Place Apartments
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Bridle Path Place Apartments

1619 Bridle Path Stockton, CA 95210
(209) 846-2590 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1050 to $1250

Harbor Isle Apartments
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Harbor Isle Apartments

8429 Mariners Dr Stockton, CA 95219
(209) 645-8250 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1139 to $1558

Waterfield Square Apartment Homes
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Waterfield Square Apartment Homes

8035 Mariners Dr Stockton, CA 95219
(844) 268-5174 check availability

2 bedrooms $1195 to $1300

Pacific Palms Apartments
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Pacific Palms Apartments

4415 N Pershing Ave Stockton, CA 95207
(209) 227-6097 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms call for rates

Westpointe Apartments
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Westpointe Apartments

6465 West Ln Stockton, CA 95210
(209) 645-8308 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $950 to $1530

Oakwood Apartments
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Oakwood Apartments

7620 N El Dorado St Stockton, CA 95207
(844) 528-5585 check availability

3 bedrooms $741

1020 Rosemarie Ln Stockton CA Apartments
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1020 Rosemarie Ln Stockton CA Apartments

1020 Rosemarie Ln Stockton, CA 95207
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2 700 $1111 November 22, 2016 call
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Phone: (209) 390-8571
Address: 1020 Rosemarie Ln Stockton CA, 95207
(209) 390-8571 check availability

2 bedrooms $1125

3266 Blue Ridge Cir Stockton CA Apartments
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3266 Blue Ridge Cir Stockton CA Apartments

3266 Blue Ridge Cir Stockton, CA 95219
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1 850 $1125 November 30, 2016 call
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Phone: (209) 390-8793
Address: 3266 Blue Ridge Cir Stockton CA, 95219
(209) 390-8793 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1370 to $1605

Laurel Glen Apartments
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Laurel Glen Apartments

574 Button Ave Manteca, CA 95336
(844) 526-0432 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1005 to $1200

Westwood Village Apartments
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Westwood Village Apartments

1212 W Center St Manteca, CA 95337
(209) 456-5079 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms call for rates

Parkwood Estates Apartments
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Parkwood Estates Apartments

794 Button Ave Manteca, CA 95336
(209) 647-3839 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $825 to $1050

River's Edge Apartments
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River's Edge Apartments

505 Pioneer Dr Lodi, CA 95240
(209) 269-3016 check availability

2 To 3 bedrooms $1295

Tuscany Ridge Apartments
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Tuscany Ridge Apartments

1830 S Hutchins St Lodi, CA 95240
(877) 592-1632 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1475 to $2285

Sycamore Village Apartments
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Sycamore Village Apartments

400 W Central Ave Tracy, CA 95376
(866) 319-7208 check availability

Studio $1913

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Furnished Studio – Stockton - Tracy

2526 Pavilion Pky Tracy, CA 95304
(925) 918-6911 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1689 to $1994

Waterstone Apartment Homes
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Waterstone Apartment Homes

1951 W Middlefield Dr Tracy, CA 95377
(209) 740-4825 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1710 to $2645

Aspire Apartments

Aspire Apartments

2725 Pavillion Pkwy Tracy, CA 95304
(844) 318-6789 check availability

1 bedroom $1500

1641 N Ripon Rd Ripon CA Apartments
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1641 N Ripon Rd Ripon CA Apartments

1641 N Ripon Rd Ripon, CA 95366
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1 801 $1500 November 08, 2016 call
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Phone: (209) 284-2659
Address: 1641 N Ripon Rd Ripon CA, 95366
(209) 284-2659 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1825 to $2060

TowneCentre Commons Apartments
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TowneCentre Commons Apartments

1275 Central Blvd Brentwood, CA 94513
(925) 392-7573 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $825 to $1015

Shadowbrook Apartments
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Shadowbrook Apartments

3001 Hahn Dr Modesto, CA 95350
(209) 568-4199 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $875 to $1050

Bridgeford Apartments
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Bridgeford Apartments

3709 Bridgeford Ln Modesto, CA 95356
(844) 301-5841 check availability
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Laguna Park Apartments
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3639 W Benjamin Holt Dr Stockton, CA 95219
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Your Guide to Apartments in Stockton

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Stockton Overview

Positioned on the San Joaquin River, Stockton is one of California’s largest cities. Its seaport provides a passage to California’s central valley, and the city itself is a haven for people seeking out a unique experience that embodies the essence of the region. Cultures come together along the California Delta, where Stockton brings different communities together in a diverse, energetic place filled with both modern day convenience and rich history. In Stockton, you will find yourself experiencing the unexpected and loving every minute of it.
History

Stockton History

The Stockton area was once inhabited by a tribe of Yokut Indians, who lived on low mounds to avoid the flooding that took place regularly in the region. In the mid-1800s, the area played host to an influx of Americans and Europeans after the discovery of gold in northern California. It was the Gold Rush that prompted Captain Charles Weber to secure a land grant, seeking to capitalize on the supply needs of gold-seekers instead of trying to mine himself. Once the land east of the San Joaquin River was secured in 1849, Weber founded Stockton, which became an important river port during the California Gold Rush. It also served as a central hub, with numerous roads leading to various gold settlements within the valley.
Weather

Stockton Weather

Stockton’s climate is Mediterranean, with typically mild winters and hot, dry summers. Most of the rainfall occurs between October and April, and the spring tends to be mostly cool, up until May when the average temperature approaches 70°F. The fall is dry, with mild temperatures that can actually be warm well into November on certain days.
Getting_around

Getting Around Stockton

There is no shortage of transportation options if you’re staying at apartments in Stockton, CA. The city is centrally located and has access to an international deep water port, Stockton Metropolitan Airport, Amtrak, intrastate highway systems and interstate freeways. Cars are a good option for getting around, and rental services like Enterprise and Hertz are present to help with obtaining temporary vehicles. Alternative means of transportation are also available, through bus service that is provided by San Joaquin Regional Transit District. Yellow cabs and limousines can also be utilized if you'd rather let someone else do the driving.
Commuting

Commuting in Stockton

Stockton is easy to reach from anywhere in California thanks to its positioning within the Central Valley. The extensive system of highways only makes the city even more accessible, this includes State Route 99 and Interstate 5, which run north and south through Stockton’s boundaries. Route 4 runs east and west, and includes the Sierra Nevada as well as the San Francisco Bay Area within its range. Stockton is also less than an hour’s drive from Interstates 80, 205 and 580. The traffic in Stockton is a big draw for many of its residents, which helps it stand apart from most of California. The state is notorious for its crowded streets and dense traffic, but by Californian standards, Stockton offers very reasonable commute times.
Media

Stockton Media

Stockton’s daily newspaper is The Record, which has a daily circulation exceeding 50,000. Popular radio stations include KUOP 91.3 (News and Jazz), KWIN 97.7 (Urban Contemporary) and KHOP 95.1 (Contemporary Rhythmic). Television channels are mainly served by Sacramento-based stations and include KXTV 10 ( a news channel that is an affiliate of ABC), as well as some Spanish options, such as KCSO-LD Channel 33 (a Telemundo affiliate) and KTFK-DT 64 (an affiliate of TeleFutura), which is based in Stockton.
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Why Here

Stockton offers its residents affordable living conditions, cultural diversity and a rich history that is well represented by a number of landmarks present in the city. For those wondering if this is enough, there is also the proximity with nearby San Francisco to consider, as well as the convenience of its public transportation systems. For people seeking city living that is still affordable, or who want to be at the center of things, Stockton is widely considered to be the “crossroads” of California’s central valley. From the ocean and the port through which its accessed all the way to the bustling populace filled with exciting sights, smells and tastes, Stockton has something for everyone.
Landmarks

Stockton Landmarks

Stockton has no shortage of historical landmarks, some of which date back to the city’s very beginning. Sites include the first building which was originally built in 1844 and is currently home to City Hall, as well as Weber Point, an elaborate residence that was formerly the dwelling of Stockton’s founder Captain Charles Weber. Built in 1873, Weber Primary School is another worthwhile stop, but it doesn’t end there. Minor league baseball in Stockton dates back to before the 1900s, and nothing has changed on that front as the Stockton Ports play at Banner Island Ballpark in downtown Stockton. There is also Stockton Arena, which seats 10,000 and is now where the Stockton Heat play their home games. The city is also home to the Stockton 99 Speedway, which is the oldest certified NASCAR race track that can be found on the west side of the Mississippi. It opened in 1947 and seats 5,000 spectators.
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Things to do in Stockton

Music lovers staying at Stockton, CA apartments can visit the Stockton Symphony, which was founded in 1926 and is the third oldest orchestra in the state. The Stockton Arena, aside from its use as a base for several sports teams, is also known for hosting performers like Bob Dylan, Carrie Underwood and other nationally recognizable stars. There is also the Bob Hope Theatre, a movie palace that was revitalized in honor of the entertainer after his death. A multitude of other venues offer live performances in music, drama or comedy, but the entertainment doesn’t end there. The city also boasts an assortment of art galleries and museums, including the Haggis Museum, which was built in 1931 and displays works of fine art as well as exhibits that showcase local history. There is also the Children's Museum of Stockton, which features a number of interactive, entertaining displays, and Pixie Woods, a children’s amusement park that has been in operation since 1954.
Festivals

Stockton Festivals

The diversity of Stockton goes on full display every year, as the city's annual festivals celebrate a wide range of heritages and backgrounds. There are parades and festivals for the Chinese New Year, Saint Patrick’s Day, Cambodian New Year, Nagar Kirtan (Sikh parade), Cinco de Mayo, Colombian Independence Day and other religious or cultural celebrations. Other types of festivities include the Great Stockton Asparagus Dine Out, the San Joaquin Children's Film Festival, the Jewish Food Fair, the Brubeck Jazz Festival and Stockton Beer Week. This is just barely scratching the surface, however — the best way to learn more is to pay a visit!
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Stockton Vacation spots

Stockton is just 170 miles away from the picturesque coastline of Big Sur, and a four-hour drive away from iconic Yosemite National Park. A trip of similar length is all it would take to reach Lake Tahoe as well, and San Francisco is less than two hours away from Stockton by car.
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Where to move in Stockton

Brookside is one of the top-ranked neighborhoods in Stockton, thanks to the plentiful amenities available nearby. Crime rates are also much lower than the national average there, and Brookside is safer than nearly half the cities in California. Home values there are much higher than in other parts of Stockton, as well as the average household income, however, this is balanced out by a higher cost of living as well. ?Spanos Park also has a good number of local amenities, with home values and income that also exceed the averages for Stockton, although the cost of living is higher. Lakeview, another top-ranked neighborhood, features the same beautiful, sunny weather offered by the other parts of Stockton along with an impressive array of amenities and attractions, including the Historic Bob Hope Theatre and multiple museums.

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