Apartments in Tyler, TX (129 Rentals)

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Alpine Creek Apartments

Alpine Creek Apartments

4400 Paluxy Dr Tyler, TX 75703

1 to 3 bedrooms $795 to $1,085

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Grande Hill Estates Apartments

Grande Hill Estates Apartments

1505 W Grande Blvd Tyler, TX 75703

1 to 2 bedrooms $849 to $1,149

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Foundry-Tyler Apartments

Foundry-Tyler Apartments

3400 Varsity Dr Tyler, TX 75701

1 to 2 Beds $535 to $675

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Bullard Creek Apartments

Bullard Creek Apartments

5621 Old Bullard Rd Tyler, TX 75703

1 to 2 Beds $586 to $1,043

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Fox Run Apartments

Fox Run Apartments

2601 S Southeast Loop 323 Tyler, TX 75701

1 to 2 Beds $619 to $849

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Broadstone Apartments

Broadstone Apartments

2720 S Broadway Ave Tyler, TX 75701

1 to 3 Beds $630 to $930

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Salado Apartments

Salado Apartments

6003 Old Bullard Rd Tyler, TX 75703

1 to 2 Beds $656 to $1,186

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Stone Creek Apartments

Stone Creek Apartments

6100 Hollytree Dr Tyler, TX 75703

1 to 2 Beds $675 to $835

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Deerwood Apartments

Deerwood Apartments

2801 Calloway Rd Tyler, TX 75707

1 to 2 Beds $689 to $1,099

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Oxford Pointe Apartments

Oxford Pointe Apartments

3100 State Highway 31 E Tyler, TX 75702

1 to 3 bedrooms $540 to $780

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The Abby Apartments

The Abby Apartments

4917 Thistle Dr Tyler, TX 75703

Studio to 3 bedrooms $595 to $1,031

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Dove Tree Apartments

Dove Tree Apartments

1600 Rice Rd Tyler, TX 75703

Studio to 2 bedrooms $595 to $799

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The Woodlands Apartments

The Woodlands Apartments

400 Old Grande Blvd Tyler, TX 75703

1 to 2 bedrooms $740 to $1,019

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Apartments for rent in Tyler, TX

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

Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,347 $425 $2,424
1 Bedroom Apartments $799 $540 $3,294
2 Bedroom Apartments $740 $535 $3,049
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,233 $595 $2,675

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Your Guide to Apartments in Tyler

Known for being the "Rose Capital of America" because of the large role it plays in the flower industry, Tyler apartments are a floral lover's dream. One of the most exciting cities in all of Texas, Tyler's winning combination of amenities and big city excitement yield a truly attractive mix.


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From shopping to museums, Tyler is one city that seems to have it all. Visit the Discovery Science Place or the Historic Aviation Memorial Museum for a great afternoon of educational fun, and Harold's Model Train Museum is a simple must-see.Grab dinner at Clear Springs Texas Seafood, and dance the night away in the down-home country ambiance of Stampede's.


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Tyler Overview

If you’re interested in apartments in Tyler, TX, you’ll find a friendly, well-populated area that is still small enough that you won’t feel lost in the crowd. Tyler’s nickname is “The Rose Capital of the World” and boasts the largest rose garden of the nation. You’ll find plenty of employment options and leisure activities to keep you busy if you make Tyler your new home.

Tyler History

The city of Tyler was named after President John Tyler to honor his desire to see Texas become a US state. This happened in 1845 and, at that time, the town was comprised of nine streets. One of the most intriguing aspects of Tyler is that the entire county where it rests was untouched by the Great Depression of the 1930s. There was ample work for thousands due to the East Texas Oil Field discovery of that time.

Tyler Weather

Tyler’s all-time record high was 115°F and record low got down to a bone-chilling -3°F. Most of the time, though, you can find a climate here very similar to much of the southern US. This means a humid subtropical climate with summer highs regularly topping out in the 90s. Winters are cool here but offer a wonderful break from cold winters of the North.

Tyler Media

Plenty of media outlets service the Tyler area. The Tyler Morning Telegraph is the city’s only newspaper. You can also visit them on the web if that suits you better. You’ll find your typical television channels and radio stations galore here. Whether you seek music, talk radio or sports, you’ll find something to hold your attention in Tyler.

Tyler Landmarks

One of Tyler’s more popular landmarks is Camp Ford. It was a camp for Confederate prisoners of war and the largest of its kind west of the Mississippi during the Civil War. There you’ll find restored cabins, a picnic area and paved trail. Another common landmark is The Cotton Belt Railroad Depot Museum which is located close to Tyler’s Chamber of Commerce.

Things to do in Tyler

You won’t run out of leisure activities in Tyler. You can check out college sporting events with the University of Texas-Tyler Patriots such as basketball, football and baseball. Caldwell zoo makes for a memorable family day. You can also stop by Lake Palestine or Lake Tyler if you feel the need to get out on the water for some fishing, boating or swimming.

Tyler Festivals

The Texas Rose Festival is an annual event that attracts thousands of tourists to Tyler. You’ll be able to see a parade, find some good food and appreciate the value of the rose-growing industry in the area. Another annual event is the East Texas State Fair. You’ll find all of your typical fair fun there including animals, crafts and contests.

Tyler Vacation spots

If you need to get out of the city for a vacation, you have options. By traveling just a few miles north of the city, you’ll arrive at Tyler State Park. There you’ll be able to paddle boat, go fishing, hike, mountain bike or spend some nights at a campground. If you crave even more city life, you can reach Dallas within a few hours and find any way to pass the time that you desire. Hotels, the best restaurants, water parks and more await you there.

Getting Around Tyler

Bring your vehicle to the beautiful town of Tyler if you can. You’ll find things a little more spread out as compared to megacities around the nation. If you don’t have your own vehicle, don’t let that scare you away. You’ll get around just fine by using the Tyler Transit which is the city’s bus system. Tyler doesn’t have a passenger train option but does feature Tyler Pounds Regional Airport.

Commuting in Tyler

You’ll have your pick of a number of major highways in the area. Interstate 20 runs east to west along the north end of the city. US Highway 69 is in the center of Tyler and runs north to south. Loop 323 serves as the city’s bypass. Although you may run into some traffic in Tyler, it’s not usually as congested compared to most US cities.

Why Here

There are many reasons why the city of Tyler is attractive. The year-round beautiful weather of the area makes getting outside for a walk, bike ride or round of golf no problem. You’ll have no concern of cabin fever which can lead to a healthier, more active way of life. There are plenty of parks nearby as well. Because of this, Tyler offers a splash of city life that doesn’t have to define who you are if you need some space. Walk in the downtown section one day or get off the beaten path the next. Either one will be no problem if you make one of the many apartments in Tyler,TX your home.

Where to move in Tyler

As already shared, if you love the outdoors, grab up an apartment on the north end of the city to be close to the state park. You’ll have a quick retreat to nature whenever you need one. If you’ll be studying at one of Tyler’s universities, there are great apartment options close by whether you want to be close to the University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler Junior College or the University of Texas Health Center at Tyler. Regardless of where you end up living in Tyler, we’ll work hard to help you find the perfect apartment. We love making things easier for you!