Apartments in Springfield, MO (321 Rentals)

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Orchard Park Apartments

Orchard Park Apartments

2601 N Cresthaven Ave Springfield, MO 65803

Studio to 4 bedrooms $525 to $1,600

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Lake Shore Apartments

Lake Shore Apartments

3660 S Cox Ave Springfield, MO 65807

1 to 3 bedrooms $830 to $1,437

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Coryell Courts Apartments

Coryell Courts Apartments

2020 E Kerr St Springfield, MO 65803

Studio to 3 bedrooms $530 to $1,007

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Clifton Heights Apartments

Clifton Heights Apartments

1040 S Clifton Ave Springfield, MO 65802

1 to 3 bedrooms $575 to $795

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South Valley Apartments

South Valley Apartments

3051 S South Valley Ln Springfield, MO 65807

2 bedrooms $625 to $695

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Township 28 Apartments

Township 28 Apartments

3900 S Lone Pine Ave Springfield, MO 65804

Studio to 3 bedrooms $699 to $2,500

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Palm Village Apartments

Palm Village Apartments

2861 S Nettleton Ave Springfield, MO 65807

Studio to 4 bedrooms $803 to $1,282

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Tall Grass Apartments

Tall Grass Apartments

1029 W Battlefield St Springfield, MO 65807

1 to 3 bedrooms $875

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Chardonnay Apartments

Chardonnay Apartments

820 E Montclair St Springfield, MO 65807

1 to 2 Beds $580 to $725

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Kelly Greens Apartments

Kelly Greens Apartments

4355 S National Ave Springfield, MO 65810

1 to 2 Beds $670 to $775

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Parkwood Apartments

Parkwood Apartments

2650 N Barnes Springfield, MO 65803

2 to 3 Beds $720 to $875

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Heer's Luxury Living Apartments

Heer's Luxury Living Apartments

138 Park Central Sq Springfield, MO 65806

Studio to 1 Beds $740 to $1,229

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Golden Pond Apartments

Golden Pond Apartments

3030 W Kingsley St Springfield, MO 65807

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Farmers Park Apartments

Farmers Park Apartments

2144 E Republic Rd Springfield, MO 65804

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Crosswinds Apartments

Crosswinds Apartments

2010 S Ingram Mill Rd Springfield, MO 65804

1 to 2 bedrooms $500 to $610

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Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $663 $430 $2,274
1 Bedroom Apartments $733 $305 $3,085
2 Bedroom Apartments $863 $360 $4,000
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,066 $505 $2,500

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2601 N Cresthaven Ave Springfield, MO 65803

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Your Guide to Apartments in Springfield

Effortlessly blending modern conveniences with old timey charm and ambiance, Springfield apartments offer a winning combination that is sure to please even the most discriminating of resident.


Our goal is to ease your Springfield apartment search by providing detailed specifics, a wide array of photos and contact information for a variety of property listings in the Missouri area.


There are many things to do and see in this active city. Visit the Air and Military Museum of the Ozarks, grab a slice at America's Incredible Pizza Company, or spend an afternoon exploring the Dickerson Park Zoo and Fantastic Caverns.


The Wild Bill Hickok Shootout is a great way to experience the excitement of the days gone by in this historic locale, while Camel Back Antiques presents a way for you to literally take a piece of the past back to your new Springfield apartment!


So what are you waiting for? Discover what current residents of Springfield, MO apartments already know - that this dynamic city has a world of excitement to offer! Connect with your perfect new place today!

Springfield Overview

Springfield is the third largest city in Missouri. It is a commercial center and acts as the gateway to the Ozark Mountains. It is an important agricultural center that has been rapidly growing and strengthening the national economy over the years. Located on the Ozark plateau, it has a flat and gentle rolling terrain with areas of farmland and deciduous forest. A wide variety of Springfield apartments found all over the city make living here fantastic.

Springfield History

In 1821 Missouri became a state. In February 1830, two brothers from Tennessee took up to 160 acres of land and one of them built a cabin that would later be Springfield. In March 1830, one brother camped near a spring and he wanted the land surrounding the spring. In 1833 he donated 50 acres for the construction of the town and two acers were designated for construction of a public square. Lots were later sold to new settlers and by 1835, there more than 500 people living in Springfield. And in 1838, the town was incorporated.

Springfield Weather

Springfield has a very unique weather pattern compared to other cities. It experiences four distinct seasons. It has warm sun-filled summers between the months of June to mid-September, cool autumns covered in leafy displays, and moderately cold winters with minimal snowfall. The coldest month is January. There is also a mild spring in May with plenty of flowers. With such a diverse climate in Springfield, every season brings in new and fun experiences.

Springfield Media

The major daily newspaper is Springfield News Leader, but the city is also served by additional newspapers such as Daily events, Free Press and Springfield Business Journal. The Television stations in Springfield include KYTV, KSPR, KCZ-TV among others. There are numerous radio stations among them KADI-FM, KRZD and KTTS-FM.

Springfield Landmarks

There are plenty of historical landmarks in Springfield. The first cabin to be erected in what is now Springfield has been set in the retaining wall on the College Street of the Springfield quadrant. Fort Ancient, a small secluded cemetery is located in Lawrence County, which dates back to the 1880. Missouri State University formerly known as Southwest Missouri state university is a public university in Springfield.

Things to do in Springfield

There is an adventure awaiting everyone in Springfield. It does not matter if you love outdoor fun or love entertainment, there is always something for everyone. Enjoy the outdoor beauty of the Ozarks in the pristine parks, trails, streams and rivers. Enjoy zip lining over the forest at the top of the Ozark Mountians among other adventures.

Springfield Festivals

There are numerous festivals and parades including, beer, wine, cheese and chocolate festivals, pest and pumpkins festival, and many parades among more.

Springfield Vacation spots

If you love camping and hiking, the Ozarks offer multiple hiking opportunities for you to sample. With plenty of historical parks and national forests, there is plenty of natural escapes for all.

Getting Around Springfield

Commuting around the city is very easy. Springfield has a well maintained infrastructure and cutting edge traffic systems that make it very easy to move around. It has been voted among the top 20 cities in the nation for easy commuting. To get around in the city generally takes 20 minutes or less from almost any apartments in Springfield to work, school or play.

Commuting in Springfield

The interstate 55 is the northern limit of Springfield, and the Highway 65 is on the eastern edge of the state. This makes traveling to other cities within Missouri and also Oklahoma easy. While driving, it only takes close to three hours to get to Kansas City, Tulsa and St. Louis. Springfield-Branson National Airport is the main air gateway that serves the residents of Springfield by directly connecting them to over 10 other cities with a multiple number of daily flights.

Why Here

Living in Springfield is easy since it has all one would need. It has a growing job market with 8.5% workforce growth in the last four years, making it the best place to fast-track your career. With Springfield Apartments costing 25% less than the national average, you can easily afford the home you have always wanted. Commuting is easy with less than 20 minutes average for you to get to your destination, and the vibrancy as well as friendliness of Springfield residents is incomparable. It is the ultimate place for those who love the outdoors with verdant woodlands, pristine lakes, and sparkling streams, making it perfect for outdoor adventures.

Where to move in Springfield

The best neighborhoods to buy an apartment in Springfield are in Fremont Hills, Battlefield and Ozark. They are safe and apartments in these areas are reasonably priced. The best schools within the city are located in these neighborhoods as well. Springfield combines the small time vibe and the vibrant energy of students and it has all the amenities you would expect in a large city.