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Studio Apartments $917 $599 $2,274
1 Bedroom Apartments $890 $350 $2,800
2 Bedroom Apartments $924 $340 $3,749
3 Bedroom Apartments $970 $359 $1,669

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The state capital of the Sunshine State, Tallahassee is located in Leon County in the center of Florida's panhandle. Tallahassee has a vibrant culture with a deep-rooted history that offers countless opportunities to residents and visitors alike. The city has grown into an important center for business and agriculture for Florida due to its proximity to both Alabama and Georgia. Florida State University, Florida A&M and several other universities are located in Tallahassee, providing the city with a youthful, college-town vibe. Whether your looking for homes or apartments in Tallahassee, you are sure to find the perfect fit!


When the United States acquired Florida from Spain in 1821, the American settlers in Florida needed to choose a territorial capital. At the time, the largest cities in Florida were Pensacola on the Gulf Coast and St. Augustine on the Atlantic. The leaders of these two cities wanted to establish a city halfway between St. Augustine and Pensacola as the territorial capital so that they could easily meet together. The leaders agreed on Tallahassee as the perfect halfway point.


Like much of Florida, Tallahassee experiences long, hot summers, and short mild winters. However, residents of Tallahassee apartments do get to enjoy all four seasons, unlike many other places in Florida. Temperatures are often in the eighties in the summer time, but during the winter the temperature cools to the low fifties. Tallahassee has gotten snow flurries once every three to four years, and even experienced a White Christmas in 1989.

Getting Around

Tallahassee's StarMetro bus system provides transportation throughout the city, especially in areas near the universities. StarMetro provides free transportation to students with a valid college ID. Several bus stops are available throughout Tallahassee's downtown areas, but fewer stops are available in the suburbs. People living in apartments in Tallahassee could easily get around town on the bus system without owning a car, although most Tallahassee residents own a vehicle.


Thanks to Tallahassee's comprehensive public transit system, traffic and commute times are generally not a huge problem for residents. The average commute time in Tallahassee is about 20 minutes. Traffic can get a little more hectic during football season on game days, but Tallahassee's traffic generally flows smoothly. Some of Tallahassee's major highways include Interstate 10, which runs east and west through northern Tallahassee, U.S. 27 (Monroe Street), which enters the city from the northwest and runs past the capital building, and U.S 90, which also runs east and west through the city.


Tallahassee's major daily newspaper is the Tallahassee Democrat. College newspapers from FSU and FAMU are also widely circulated. Tallahassee has a wide variety of radio formats to choose from all the way up and down the dial. Tallahassee also has several local television stations and news stations syndicated through all of the major networks.

Why Here

Tallahassee's culture is made up of a unique blend of influences. First of all, the city has the benefits of a big city mixed with the youthful energy of a college town. This combined with a rich history and heritage makes it a wonderful place to call home. Once you've found the perfect apartment in Tallahassee, the city also provides residents with a vibrant indie art scene, excellent local cuisine and nightlife along with several places to get out and enjoy nature. Tallahassee has something for everyone.


The Florida State Capitol is one of Tallahassee's most well-known landmarks. The Maclay Gardens State Park is home to a beautiful 28 acres of landscaped gardens with peaceful pavilions and walkways. Tom Brown Park has playgrounds, walking trails, tennis courts, picnic pavilions, and provides plenty of opportunities to go out and play. Tallahassee is also home to several colleges and universities including Florida A&M and Florida State University.

Things to do

Tallahassee has many great activities and places to explore. For museum lovers there's the Tallahassee Museum or the Museum of Florida History. Or take a step back in time with a visit to the John G. Riley House or the Mission San Luis. If you're interested in seeing alligators and other wildlife, take a visit to St. Mark's National Wildlife refuge or just float down one of the rivers near the city. Tallahassee also has a great selections for shopping, dining, and nightlife.


Tallahassee is home to many festivals and special events throughout the year. For acoustic music lovers, the Tallahassee Museum hosts the Swamp Stomp Music Festival, featuring outdoor music, games, and other fun events. Florida A&M hosts the Grape Harvest Festival features a Vineyard Run/Walk, a grape stomping contest, food and craft vendors, and of course, grapes! For fans of Greek culture, Holy Mother of God Greek Orthodox Church puts on a big Greek food festival that features live music, Greek arts and crafts, and plenty of delicious Greek food.

Vacation spots

If you're interested in taking a beach vacation, Panama City is only about two hours from Tallahassee. A trip to Orlando from Tallahassee would only take about 4 hours. You could also make a trip to historic Savannah, Georgia in about 4 hours. If you don't mind a longer drive, you could make a trip to New Orleans in about 6 hours.

Where to move

FSU and FAMU are located on the western side of Tallahassee, so many of the college students live on that side of town, while young professionals and families tend to live on the eastern side. Los Robles and Betton Hills are some popular neighborhoods in central Tallahassee. The Killearn area on the northeast side of Tallahassee is another popular area with several schools nearby. Some other popular neighborhoods include Indianhead Acres, and Midtown. Great Tallahassee apartments can be found all over the city.


Florida's sunny capital city and a fantastic place to live, apartments in Tallahassee have been appealing to residents of all walks of life. From sandy beaches to thriving nightlife, Tallahassee is a great place to call home.

It's our goal to be your ultimate Tallahassee apartment search tool. Dive in to our impressive array of Tallahassee, FL listings, chock full of need-to-know details such as floor plans, prices and amenities.

Many interesting and enlightening museums can be found all over the city. From the Antique Car Museum to the Mary Brogan Museum of Arts and Science, those on the hunt for unique culture won't have to travel far.

This being the Sunshine State, the wonderful and the atmosphere is fittingly ideal for hiking at regional parks such as the Apalachicola National Forest, Falling Waters State Recreational Area, or the Miccosukee Canopy Roads Greenway. Have a hearty meal at Chez Piere, or just relax at one of the many beaches that surround a majority of Tallahassee apartments.

You just can't beat Tallahassee for its dining, parks, recreation activities and many fun attractions. Start your search today for the perfect place to live in this Florida hot spot!

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3025 S Adams St Tallahassee, FL 32301

4 bedrooms $360

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