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Studio Apartments$1,133$480$2,550
1 Bedroom Apartments$760$400$2,774
2 Bedroom Apartments$903$451$3,099
3 Bedroom Apartments$1,077$480$1,840
4+ Bedroom Apartments$868$565$1,124

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The city of Mobile, Alabama is a culturally rich urban center that sits at the mouth of the Mobile River. As only the 122nd largest city in the country, apartments in Mobile offer a midway point between small town and big city living. Residents can take advantage of Mobile's status as a regional medical center. Museums, theaters, a symphony, an opera a ballet and a rich cultural tradition that includes Mardi Gras all provide local flavor while its history as a major transportation hub ensures that apartment residents never feel too far away from the action. Picturesque colonial architectural influences from its French colonial and plantation periods blend seamlessly with modern structures that overlook the bay. Mobile apartments offer an excellent balance between rich culture and modern conveniences.


Mobile was founded as the capital of French Louisiana in 1702 and was later taken by the British, the Spanish and finally the United States in 1813. The city exploded in size with the plantation system and cotton as its cash crop. Mobile’s strategic location later ensured its prominence as a transportation and shipbuilding hub. A history of racial tensions has led to a racially diverse city that has learned to live with its self.


Mobile is situated on the Bay of Mobile, part of the Gulf of Mexico, and its climate is mild-subtropical. Mobile residents can expect hot summers and rainy winters. A record high of 105F was reached in the year 2000 and a record low of -1F in 1899. A 2007 study confirmed that Mobile is the wettest city in the continental US with 66.3” of average rainfall. Mobile is occasionally affected by tropical storms and hurricanes.

Getting Around

Mobile is connected to air traffic through the Mobile Regional Airport that has direct connections to four regional air traffic hubs. Four major freight railways pass through and the city possesses the 12th largest sea port in the nation. Interstate 10 and Interstate 65 converge on Mobile allowing for easy travel to and from the city. For Mobile residents, local mass transit consists of the WAVE bus system that serves residents with 18 fixed routes and local service. Ranking 52nd in bicycle accessibility and less pedestrian friendly than other urban centers, a car is recommended for transportation in Mobile.


Interstate 10 crosses the Mobile river and runs through the port zone and older section of the city before then turning South through the Tillman’s Corner area. Interstate 65 feeds into the commercial center of the city and bisects Airport Boulevard. Traffic is often heavy across the Goerge Wallace Tunnel that lies under the Mobile River and this is the cause of frequent bottlenecks in the summer months.


The Press-Register is Alabama’s oldest newspaper and is supplemented by the Mobile Bay Monthly and the Mobile Beacon magazines. The Mob Mobilian provides an Internet presence for Mobile culture. Local TV news stations include WKRG-5 (CBS), WALA-10 (Fox) and WPMI-15 (NBC) while the popular FM station WNTM provides radio news coverage.

Why Here

Mobile is a city that is rich in Southern culture and its thriving art scene stands in contrast to its identity as a bustling port city. In various quarters of the city, one feels transported back in time while in others it is clearly a modern, sophisticated metropolis and even a regional medical center for medicine. A history of struggles has imbued Mobile with a sense of self-awareness of its own identity that other cities lack and it now embraces both its African American and French-Cajun roots, resulting in a unique sense of place like no other.


Battleship Memorial Park is a popular attraction that showcases both the battleship USS Alabama and the World War II era submarine the USS Drum. For plant lovers, the Mobile Botanical Gardens features over 100 acres of flora and is rivaled by Bellingrath Gardens and Home, a 65-acre botanical garden and historic 10,500-square-foot mansion built in the 1930s. In There are also 45 public parks within the city. The city itself is known for its carefully preserved historic architecture. The University of South Alabama is a public, doctoral-level university.

Things to do

Mobile contains several sporting facilities for football, baseball and basketball teams, but it is perhaps better known for its love of the arts. The Mobile Museum of Art, the Saenger Theater, the Mobile Opera and the Mobile Ballet all compete for tourist interest in the region. The bay area is beautiful year round and the numerous parks add more than a touch of green to the city.


Mobile hosts a musical celebration known as BayFest, a three-day affair with more than 125 musical acts that recently drew a crowd of 200,000 music lovers. But the main attraction must be the Carnival Culture and the city’s Mardi Gras tradition that begins on January and extends until Lent.

Vacation spots

A short drive out of the city, residents can find a gator ranch, an aquarium called the Estuarium, the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo and the Big Lagoon State Park. For those in the mood for some wet and crazy fun, Mobile has four major water theme parks within an hour’s drive, including Waterville and the Gulf Islands Waterpark.

Where to move

With a cost of living 18% below the US average, real estate depreciation has made the city a renter’s market for apartments in Mobile. The Spanish Fort area is a popular area to live across the bay and Spring Hill, Midtown and the Eastern Shore also rate highly among residents, though the Eastern Shore will present a long commute for those who work in downtown Mobile. The Downtown and Midtown areas were known for crime in the past but are quickly becoming gentrified and should be considered by renters of Mobile apartments as well.


The only ocean-bordering city in the entire state of Alabama and a cultural hot spot of the gulf coast region, Mobile apartments for rent have much to offer potential residents.

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Check out some live bands at the Alabama Music Box, grab a few beers at Sammy's Place, or catch a national headliner in action at the Soul Kitchen Music Hall, all located just a few short miles from a variety of Mobile apartments for rent. Creole-inspired cuisine can be found at the Blind Mule, while Wintzell's Oyster House is the go-to fine dining eatery for hungry residents of Mobile apartments.

Mardi Gras is a city-wide event for residents of Mobile apartments, complete with parades and a huge Fat Tuesday street celebration. Take in a dramatic performance at the Saenger Theater, or spend an afternoon perusing the works at the Mobile Museum of Art, both easily accessible from a number of Mobile apartments for rent.

Why spend another moment without one of the many Mobile apartments available to call home? Alabama is sweet home to many for good reason, so find out what you've been missing!

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1 Country Ln Mobile, AL 36608

1 to 2 bedrooms $550 to $697

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