Apartments in Tampa, FL (3,252 Rentals)

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The Point at West End Apartments

The Point at West End Apartments

6161 Memorial Hwy Tampa, FL 33615

Studio to 2 bedrooms $777 to $1,157

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The Park at Chesterfield Apartments

The Park at Chesterfield Apartments

5039 Chalet Ct Tampa, FL 33617

1 to 3 bedrooms $780 to $1,185

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Century Falls Apartments

Century Falls Apartments

12011 Citrus Falls Cir Tampa, FL 33625

1 to 3 bedrooms $809 to $2,621

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Newport Apartments

Newport Apartments

6359 Narragansett Bay Dr Tampa, FL 33615

1 to 2 bedrooms $840 to $1,340

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Carlyle At Waters Apartments

Carlyle At Waters Apartments

8415 N Armenia Ave Tampa, FL 33604

1 to 2 bedrooms $845 to $1,510

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BayVue Apartments

BayVue Apartments

5902 Memorial Hwy Tampa, FL 33615

1 to 2 bedrooms $915 to $1,335

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Warehouse Lofts Apartments

Warehouse Lofts Apartments

1703 N Tampa St Tampa, FL 33602

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,000 to $1,700

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Mezzo of Tampa Palms Apartments

Mezzo of Tampa Palms Apartments

15210 Amberly Dr Tampa, FL 33647

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,020 to $2,140

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Mallory Square Apartments

Mallory Square Apartments

11306 Mallory Square Dr Tampa, FL 33635

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,031 to $2,036

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Stone Creek Pointe Apartments

Stone Creek Pointe Apartments

13275 Arbor Pointe Cir Tampa, FL 33617

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,049 to $1,254

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The Lakes at Brandon West Apartments

The Lakes at Brandon West Apartments

10011 Balaye Run Dr Tampa, FL 33619

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,060 to $1,435

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M South Apartments

M South Apartments

5110 S Manhattan Ave Tampa, FL 33611

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,090 to $2,085

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Citrus Run Apartments

Citrus Run Apartments

8870 W Waters Ave Tampa, FL 33615

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,115 to $1,310

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Citrus Village Apartments

Citrus Village Apartments

7940 Citrus Garden Dr Tampa, FL 33625

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,116 to $2,016

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Links at Pebble Creek Apartments

Links at Pebble Creek Apartments

18940 Pebble Links Cir Tampa, FL 33647

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,126 to $1,466

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Canopy at Citrus Park Apartments

Canopy at Citrus Park Apartments

13306 Canopy Creek Dr Tampa, FL 33625

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,150 to $1,800

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Brookview at Citrus Park Apartments

Brookview at Citrus Park Apartments

12780 Olive Jones Rd Tampa, FL 33625

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,185 to $2,005

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Grady Square Apartments

Grady Square Apartments

2615 N Grady Ave Tampa, FL 33607

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,299 to $2,890

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Visconti at Westshore Apartments

Visconti at Westshore Apartments

2021 N Lemans Blvd Tampa, FL 33607

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,300 to $2,762

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The Pearl Apartments

The Pearl Apartments

2110 N Ola Ave Tampa, FL 33602

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,300 to $3,047

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The Lodge at Hidden River Apartments

The Lodge at Hidden River Apartments

14059 Riveredge Dr Tampa, FL 33637

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,325 to $1,675

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Apartments for rent in Tampa, FL

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Tampa?

Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,063 $450 $2,120
1 Bedroom Apartments $1,227 $319 $2,979
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,470 $376 $4,159
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,704 $540 $4,049

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Your Guide to Apartments in Tampa

Sunny skies and miles of ocean aren't the only perks to this amazing city, but they certainly don't hurt life in Tampa apartments. Food, fun and football are only a few of reasons local residents love life in this Florida destination.


Whether you are on the hunt for a comfy one bedroom studio or a roomy multiple bedroom layout, we want to help you connect with the ideal Tampa apartment.


Dancing and dining, family fun and loads of history and culture are waiting to be discovered in this awesome city. As the largest open water estuary in Florida, Tampa Bay has lots of wet and wild opportunities. Try the Belleair Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Reddington Beach or Treasure Island, each boasting its own unique set of attractions and events.


Hungry? Tampa has you covered with its fantastic array of unique and exciting restaurants. Try the areas best at Catch 23, Aphrodites, Splash, Courtside Grille, Crabby Bill's, and Rick's Custom Meats. Get starstruck with a trip to The Bishop Planetarium, or ride the coasters at Busch Gardens.


So don't miss out on a Tampa apartment to call your very own! Discover life in the Sunshine State at its best, and search from our wide array of Tampa rental listings today!

Tampa Overview

Off the coast of western Florida sits the city of Tampa, the county seat of Hillsborough County and one of the largest cities in the state. Being a fun city with great weather and plenty to do all year long makes this city a hotbed for living the good life. With a wide variety of options of apartments in Tampa, living here can be the Florida lifestyle you're looking for.

Tampa History

The area was once inhabited by native people known as the Tocobaga and the Pohoy, until they were wiped out by European diseases that were introduced during the 16th century by Spanish explorers. Oddly enough, even as Spain settled the rest of the area, it did not bother to make a permanent settlement over the course of its entire occupation. The land was purchased by the United States in 1819, and it was finally settled by the U.S. Army in 1824. Tampa became incorporated in 1849 and has been growing ever since. The name of the city comes from a word in the Calusa Native American language that means “sticks of fire.”

Tampa Weather

The climate of the area is humid subtropical, which means it contains the humidity found in most of the South, plus the tropical weather found off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The summers are extremely humid and hot, with lots of thunderstorms and the occasional tropical storm. The winters are very mild and mostly dry, although sometimes it can get a bit cold. The spring and the fall are both beautiful, with temperatures in the mid 70s.

Tampa Media

Tampa residents enjoy daily reads of the Tampa Bay Times, formerly the St. Petersburg Times, which has served the city for more than 132 years. Local television stations include all the major broadcast networks, including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, PBS and the CW affiliates located in the city. More than 70 radio stations are in the area, and they feature every type of music, from classic rock to hip-hop and everything in between. In addition, listeners can enjoy educational networks, news networks, talk radio and sports radio.

Tampa Landmarks

Several major landmarks in the area date back to both its pre-Colonial and Colonial past. The Tampa Bay History Center tracks the area’s development over the course of its 12,000 years of history. The largest landmarks in the city are of the man-made variety. Busch Gardens, one of the biggest theme parks outside of Orlando, is home to several different rides and animal exhibits, all of which are based on an African theme.

Things to do in Tampa

The Lowry Park Zoo is another spacious animal sanctuary, with thousands of different animals. Finally, the Florida Aquarium is a massive water sanctuary with more than 20,000 different species of plant and animal life. Because the city is right off the coast, you will have plenty of opportunities to go sailing and boating. The port is home to one of Carnival’s cruise ships and a few others as well. Visitors and residents can also take daily tours on smaller boats to sail around Tampa Bay. If you are a football fan, Tampa is home to the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Outback Bowl, which is part of the “New Year’s Six” set of college football bowls.

Tampa Festivals

"Each year in late January/early February, Tampa plays hosts to the annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival. It is basically the Tampa version of Mardi Gras, with giant parties, parades and other pirate-themed excitement. Nearly half a million people attend this festival every year. "

Tampa Vacation spots

If you are looking for a vacation, you should stay in the city and visit one of the theme parks. But if you are looking to travel a bit, don’t be afraid to head over to Orlando, which is just a few hours away. Orlando has both Universal Studios and Disney World, among other amazing theme parks.

Getting Around Tampa

Tampa has a very good public transportation system that includes buses, rail and street cars. The train runs twice daily toward Miami and New York City, and another service provides bus connections to different cities in the area and as far as Orlando. The main city transit offers a variety of bus routes through the whole city, with 30 different routes. The streetcar runs between Ybor City, downtown, and a few points in between. And, of course, Lyft, Uber and other ride-sharing services are available.

Commuting in Tampa

For a major metropolitan city, getting around on your own to and from your Tampa apartments to work and back is not too difficult. Several major highways run in and out of the city, including Interstate 275, State Road 60 and U.S. Highway 92. And three major bridges span the waters to provide transportation out of the city.

Why Here

With its beautiful beaches, warm weather and its thriving economy, Tampa apartments are one of the best locations in the South to live. The crime rate is about the average of the rest of the country, and the unemployment rate is fairly low as well, with median household incomes more than $40,000. The city is incredibly diverse, with a lot of Hispanic culture.

Where to move in Tampa

Tampa has a large diversity of neighborhoods that boast great apartments for rent. In total, you can choose from more than 80 neighborhoods, ranging from modern neighborhoods with insular, contemporary designs, to historic neighborhoods with Victorian architecture. Some neighborhoods sit at the higher end of the price scale, while others areas of the city offer very affordable Tampa apartments. One of the more unique neighborhoods in the city is Ybor City. Founded by cigar manufacturers, the Ybor City neighborhood is filled with immigrant families from Cuba, Spain and Italy. It is extremely diverse, with amazing restaurants and night life. Another great neighborhood, the West Tampa area, is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, and it’s only a mile or two from downtown. The neighborhood has an authentic “old Spanish” feel to it, with beautiful areas reminiscent of the late 18th century in Spain. The region is currently going through a major redevelopment.