Apartments in San Antonio, TX (1,639 Rentals)

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Axio Apartments

Axio Apartments

8722 Cinnamon Creek Dr San Antonio, TX 78240

Studio to 3 bedrooms $560 to $1,650

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Altitude Apartments

Altitude Apartments

5211 Fredericksburg Rd San Antonio, TX 78229

Studio to 2 bedrooms $570 to $1,030

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Arcos Apartments

Arcos Apartments

5534 Fredericksburg Rd San Antonio, TX 78229

1 to 2 bedrooms $594 to $953

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Sonoma Canyon Apartments

Sonoma Canyon Apartments

8631 Fairhaven Dr San Antonio, TX 78229

Studio to 2 bedrooms $596 to $833

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Villa de Oro Apartments

Villa de Oro Apartments

130 Camino De Oro San Antonio, TX 78224

Studio to 2 bedrooms $600 to $975

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Hearthstone Apartments

Hearthstone Apartments

8801 Cinnamon Creek Dr San Antonio, TX 78240

Studio to 2 bedrooms $608 to $950

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Distinction Apartments

Distinction Apartments

11721 Parliament St San Antonio, TX 78213

1 to 3 bedrooms $614 to $1,279

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Acadia Apartments

Acadia Apartments

4031 Thousand Oaks Dr San Antonio, TX 78217

1 to 2 bedrooms $654 to $1,229

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Arbor Hill Apartments

Arbor Hill Apartments

250 Heimer Rd San Antonio, TX 78232

1 to 2 bedrooms $655 to $1,029

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Northgate Village Apartments

Northgate Village Apartments

5700 N Knoll San Antonio, TX 78240

1 to 2 bedrooms $663 to $1,045

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Hyperion Apartments

Hyperion Apartments

8525 Floyd Curl Dr San Antonio, TX 78240

Studio to 2 bedrooms $669 to $1,014

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Westchase Apartments

Westchase Apartments

7820 Woodchase San Antonio, TX 78240

1 to 2 bedrooms $673 to $2,000

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Renata On Fredericksburg Apartments

Renata On Fredericksburg Apartments

9939 Fredericksburg Rd San Antonio, TX 78240

1 to 2 bedrooms $675 to $1,165

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Tivona Apartments

Tivona Apartments

11500 Huebner Rd San Antonio, TX 78230

1 to 2 bedrooms $679 to $1,224

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4000 Horizon Hill Apartments

4000 Horizon Hill Apartments

4000 Horizon Hill Blvd San Antonio, TX 78229

1 to 2 bedrooms $688 to $1,042

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Oak Creek Apartments

Oak Creek Apartments

6111 Vance Jackson Rd San Antonio, TX 78230

1 to 3 bedrooms $697 to $1,169

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Escapade Apartments

Escapade Apartments

7600 Blanco Rd San Antonio, TX 78216

Studio to 2 bedrooms $699 to $1,300

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Elements Apartments

Elements Apartments

12221 Blanco Rd San Antonio, TX 78216

1 to 3 bedrooms $729 to $1,309

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The Abbey at Copper Creek Apartments

The Abbey at Copper Creek Apartments

11245 Sir Winston St San Antonio, TX 78216

1 to 2 bedrooms $734 to $1,100

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Aviator at Brooks Apartments

Aviator at Brooks Apartments

8000-8012 Aeromedical Rd San Antonio, TX 78235

1 to 3 bedrooms $735 to $2,075

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Saddlewood Apartments

Saddlewood Apartments

2554 NE Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78217

1 to 3 bedrooms $749 to $1,025

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Vivid Apartments

Vivid Apartments

2003 Oakhill Rd San Antonio, TX 78238

1 to 2 bedrooms $749 to $899

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Indigo Apartments

Indigo Apartments

11501 Braesview San Antonio, TX 78213

1 to 2 bedrooms $750 to $1,210

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Kenton Place Apartments

Kenton Place Apartments

14650 Nacogdoches Rd San Antonio, TX 78247

1 to 3 bedrooms $754 to $1,234

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Meadow Creek Apartment Homes

Meadow Creek Apartment Homes

11022 Culebra Rd San Antonio, TX 78253

1 to 2 bedrooms $755 to $1,055

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Sereno Park Apartments

Sereno Park Apartments

3903 SE Military Dr San Antonio, TX 78223

1 to 3 bedrooms $773 to $1,421

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The Village at Shavano Apartments

The Village at Shavano Apartments

4601 De Zavala Rd San Antonio, TX 78249

1 to 2 bedrooms $775 to $1,015

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San Antonio Station Apartments

San Antonio Station Apartments

7458 Louis Pasteur Dr San Antonio, TX 78229

1 to 2 bedrooms $775 to $1,250

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Medical Center Apartments

Medical Center Apartments

5055 Von Scheele Dr San Antonio, TX 78229

1 to 3 bedrooms $779 to $1,224

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Gardens at West Apartments

Gardens at West Apartments

13515 West Ave San Antonio, TX 78216

1 to 3 bedrooms $780 to $1,528

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Seville Apartments

Seville Apartments

13330 Blanco Rd San Antonio, TX 78216

1 to 2 bedrooms $780 to $1,102

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Brynwood Apartments

Brynwood Apartments

8711 Bowens Crossing St San Antonio, TX 78250

1 to 3 bedrooms $782 to $1,874

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Vineyard Springs Apartments

Vineyard Springs Apartments

18200 Blanco Spgs San Antonio, TX 78258

1 to 3 bedrooms $784 to $1,552

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Windrush Apartments

Windrush Apartments

2447 Lockhill Selma Rd San Antonio, TX 78230

1 to 2 bedrooms $789 to $1,109

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Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $886 $435 $2,000
1 Bedroom Apartments $1,037 $271 $3,795
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,298 $365 $4,300
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,651 $460 $4,995

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8722 Cinnamon Creek Dr San Antonio, TX 78240

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Your Guide to Apartments in San Antonio

Residents of San Antonio apartments have a reason to shine as bright as the famous Texas stars at night. Home of the Alamo and the shining heart of Texan Pride, San Antonio is the second largest city in the state of Texas, which is saying a lot in the state where 'everything is bigger'!


As your San Antonio apartment resource I want to make your apartment search experience stress-free. Discover a world of San Antonio apartment listings at your fingertips, from detailed community photos and floor plans to comprehensive property details.


If you've got a hunger for history, head straight for the Alamo. Currently a museum, it was once a mission and fortress that was the site of one of the state's most pivotal battles during the Texas Revolution. Enjoy a meal at the neighboring Riverwalk, a fully pedestrian street boasting beautiful scenery, restaurants, bars and specialty shops.


Take a trip to the San Antonio Zoo to enjoy a little animal magnetism, or get wet and wild with a trip to Schlitterbahn Water Park.The Alamo Drafthouse cinema is an unrivaled movie watching experience, while Club Rive showcases the local club scene perfectly.


So discover how great life in the Lone State can be! Start your San Antonio apartment search today, and enjoy the benefits of a Texas address without further delay!

San Antonio Overview

San Antonio, Texas is the seventh largest city in the country, but it doesn’t feel that way. Described as a big city without the big city feel, San Antonio has something that will appeal to everyone. Whether you are a student who loves the art scene, a young professional who loves the night life, or a mom or dad who loves history, you’ll fall in love with this unique city. You’ll quickly find that San Antonio has much, much more to offer than just the Alamo and Tex-Mex food.

San Antonio History

San Antonio was named for Saint Anthony of Padua by Spanish missionaries who came upon the river and the San Antonio area on June 13, the feast day of St Anthony, in 1691. They named the river and the place in his honor. At the time, the land around the river was inhabited by the Payaya Indians who called the area Yanaguana, which means “refreshing waters.” It wasn’t until 1709 that the Spanish began to settle there. San Antonio grew to be the largest Spanish settlement in Texas, it was designated the Spanish (and later, Mexican) capital of the province of Tejas. Ultimately, Texas joined the U.S. in 1845, though the borders were still disputed by Mexico. These border disputes led to the Mexican-American war, which the U.S. won.

San Antonio Weather

San Antonio has a warm and humid climate with hot summers and no dry season. The warm season, from May until September, has an average high temperature of 88°, with about eight days a year when the temperature reaches more than 100°. The cold season is from the end of November through mid-February. The average high temperature is under 68°, with some days getting as cold as freezing. San Antonio has an average of 32 inches of rain each year, but doesn’t see any snow. The city is prone to high humidity, making it uncomfortable for those not used to it in the summer.

San Antonio Media

San Antonio has about 50 radio stations, and is home to Clear Channel Communications, the largest operator of radio stations in the nation. Popular radio stations include KISS-FM 99.5 (rock music), KXXM-FM 96.1 (Top 40 music), and KRPT-FM 92.5 (conservative talk radio). The San Antonio Express-News has been the newspaper for San Antonio since 1865.

San Antonio Landmarks

You can’t think about San Antonio without the Alamo coming to mind. The historic mission is where the Republic of Texas troops had their last stand against Mexican soldiers. It’s a quick sight-seeing spot, the whole thing takes about 30 minutes to explore. The San Antonio River Walk is the number one destination for tourists in San Antonio. It is a public park along the river that is lined with shops, restaurants, hotels and other attractions.

The Natural Bridge Caverns is an exciting and scenic natural attraction. The caverns offer several different tours that take you deep into the caves, for fun family adventures. San Antonio is home to over 100,000 students enrolled in its 31 colleges and universities. Public schools include the University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas A&M University – San Antonio, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and the Alamo Community College District.

Things to do in San Antonio

Besides the Alamo, River Walk, and Natural Bridge Caverns, there are lots of exciting things to do. Just some of those things include:

- Tower of the Americas – A 750-foot tower with a rotating restaurant

- Six Flags Fiesta Texas – An amusement park with rides and a waterpark

- SeaWorld San Antonio – An aquatic theme park with shows and rides

- Splashtown San Antonio – A water park with slides and wave pool

- San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden – An open-air venue for events

- Brackenridge Park – A park with trails, picnic areas, and train rides

- Morgan’s Wonderland – An amusement park

- San Antonio Botanical Gardens – A beautiful, scenic garden with trails, a pond and a cafe

- San Antonio Zoo & Aquarium – A huge zoo that spans 54 acres and has 750 species of animals

- San Antonio Museum of Art – Museum with works of art from Egyptian to Latin-American

- Cathedral of San Fernando – An historic 1730s Catholic Church

You can see, there is never a lack of things to do in San Antonio. In addition to those listed above, there are other attractions to visit including: various historical missions, several museums of art, breweries and bars, restaurants with everything from fast food to fine-dining.

San Antonio Festivals

Fiesta San Antonio has been held each year in late April for almost 120 years, and it’s still going strong. The festival began to celebrate the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. Today, the fiesta is one of the largest festivals in the country with more than 3.5 million visitors each year. Attractions include food, musical genres, the arts, athletic events, parades, parties and more. The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo takes place in mid-February and is the destination for over a million rodeo fans each year. The event hosts typical and unusual rodeo events. The Texas Folklife Festival is a three-day festival in June that celebrates being a Texan. The festival includes traditional Texan food, music, dance and artisanship.

San Antonio Vacation spots

There are plenty of places to vacation that are near San Antonio and an easy drive to get out for adventure out of the apartment. The city of Austin, the “live music capital of the world,” is less than two hours from San Antonio, and it provides a different kind of night life and eclectic activities. The other two cities that make up the “Texas Triangle,” Houston and Dallas are each about a four-hour drive from San Antonio, and the Gulf of Mexico is a quick 140 miles.

Getting Around San Antonio

San Antonio is best navigated by car, especially if you plan to see the sites. However, if you plan to explore the downtown area, going by foot is your best bet, the narrow downtown streets are hard to negotiate and parking can be difficult to find. You can use the city’s bus system in downtown though, if lots of walking isn’t your thing. You can also ride San Antonio’s streetcar which runs to several tourist attractions including the River Walk and the Alamo. The San Antonio International Airport (SAT) is located about 10 miles north of the city’s center, and that’s pretty much the only place you will be able to find a taxi. Using a taxi service is an expensive alternative to using your own car, and they are not readily available in areas other than the airport.

Commuting in San Antonio

The San Antonio freeway system is one of the best in the country. There are several major highways – I-10, I-35, I-410, and I-37 – that make it very easy to travel around and through the center of the city. Traffic isn’t really a problem for San Antonians, it’s far better than other cities of the same size. The average commute for workers in San Antonio is 23 minutes, which isn’t bad.

Why Here

San Antonio has an eclectic mix of art, history, sports, great food, and family activities. There is something to do for everyone, in every season. Downtown San Antonio is vibrant and active, drawing locals as well as tourists. If you love to be out in nature, San Antonio is a bicycle friendly city, and there are many outdoor activities and natural scenic destinations to visit.

Where to move in San Antonio

San Antonio is full of great neighborhoods to live and raise a family. Hollywood Park, Garden Ridge, Kirby, Shavano Park, and Fair Oaks Ranch are all neighborhoods that Rank in the top 10 safest neighborhoods in San Antonio. Whether you are headed to Texas for a visit or a relocation, San Antonio is a great place to be.