Apartments in Waco, TX (203 Rentals)

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The Outpost Student Living Apartments

The Outpost Student Living Apartments

2415 S. University Parks Dr Waco, TX 76706

1 to 4 bedrooms $482 to $1,030

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Eastgate Student Living Apartments

Eastgate Student Living Apartments

1912 S 5th St Waco, TX 76706

1 to 2 bedrooms $818 to $878

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Saddle Brook Apartments

Saddle Brook Apartments

9000 Chapel Dr Waco, TX 76712

1 to 3 bedrooms $835 to $1,200

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Saddle Brook West Apartments

Saddle Brook West Apartments

9821 Chapel Rd Waco, TX 76712

1 to 3 bedrooms $875 to $1,255

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The Highlands Apartments

The Highlands Apartments

1600 Lake Shore Dr Waco, TX 76708

1 to 3 bedrooms $660 to $1,355

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Enclave at the Stadium Apartments

Enclave at the Stadium Apartments

1600 S M.L.K. Jr Blvd Waco, TX 76704

1 to 3 Beds $395 to $865

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URSA Apartments

URSA Apartments

2255 S University Parks Dr Waco, TX 76706

2 to 4 Beds $589 to $756

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The Colony Apartments

The Colony Apartments

8014 W Highway 84 Waco, TX 76712

Studio to 3 Beds $595 to $975

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Highland Cove Apartments

Highland Cove Apartments

4372 Lake Shore Dr Waco, TX 76710

1 to 3 Beds $600 to $950

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The Cove on 21st Apartments

The Cove on 21st Apartments

2425 S 21st St Waco, TX 76706

1 to 3 Beds $650 to $1,110

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Woodhollow Apartments

Woodhollow Apartments

4502 Lake Shore Dr Waco, TX 76710

1 to 2 Beds $650 to $890

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Pecan Ridge-Waco Apartments

Pecan Ridge-Waco Apartments

2736 Lake Shore Dr Waco, TX 76708

1 to 2 Beds $665 to $1,025

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Rivercrest Apartments

Rivercrest Apartments

66 Daughtrey Ave Waco, TX 76706

1 to 2 Beds $725 to $1,105

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Luxe at 1300 Apartments

Luxe at 1300 Apartments

1300 Placid Cir Waco, TX 76706

1 to 2 Beds $975 to $1,550

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The Legend Apartments

The Legend Apartments

2400 Corporation Pky Waco, TX 76712

1 to 3 Beds $1,025 to $1,675

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Apartments for rent in Waco, TX

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Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,117 $595 $1,899
1 Bedroom Apartments $863 $285 $2,869
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,029 $470 $3,525
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,023 $395 $2,025

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The Outpost Student Living Apartments

2415 S. University Parks Dr Waco, TX 76706

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Your Guide to Apartments in Waco

Waco is the perfect example of Texas living at its finest. Full of economic success and plenty of leisure activities, this home of Dr. Pepper is sure to quench the thirst of those in the market for a new Waco apartment.


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From the Red Men Museum and Library to the Texas Ranger All of Fame, Waco, TX apartments have plenty to offer in the realm of culture. Grab your bargain hunting shoes and search for bargains at Richland Mall, take a stroll downtown and grab a bite to eat at Cricket's Grill and Draft House, or get a little wild at the Cameron Park Zoo.


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Waco Overview

Waco, Texas is known as the state’s heartland—and with good reason. It’s a populous area and a great central location with over 81% of the state’s residents living within a 200-mile radius. Located in McLennan County, the city offers an array of outdoor sports and recreational activities, a lively arts scene, and great historic sites like the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. With many options for great apartmens in Waco available to locals, finding your new home here is a cinch!

Waco History

The city is named for the Waco, a Wichita Native American tribe who occupied the area’s western riverbank in the 1800s. In the early 1900s, the Waco became US citizens of what was then known as Waco Village. Over time, bridges were constructed, businesses prospered, and the city’s population expanded.

Waco Weather

The average rainfall in Waco is about 36 inches per year, compared to the US average of 37 inches. That said, sunshine abounds in the city—in fact, it’s sunny roughly 230 days of the year. Summertime is undoubtedly hot, but snowfall is next to zero, making it ideal for those who love warmer climates.

Waco Media

The daily paper is the Waco Tribune-Herald, while Waco Today magazine is published monthly. Popular radio stations include news talk KWBU-103.3FM, WACO 100-Country, and rock outlet KBRQ-102.5 The Bear.

Waco Landmarks

The famous Suspension Bridge was built in 1870, and at that time it was one of the longest bridges in the world. The lighted trail along the Riverwalk offers a stunning look at the Brazos River. There are also over 300 historical markers in McLennan County alone—a must for history buffs.

Things to do in Waco

A walk along the Suspension Bridge is at the top of every visitor’s list. On one side is Indian Spring Park, while the other is home to Martin Luther King, Jr. park. The bridge itself is often the spot for local festivals, special events, and even parties. The Riverwalk is Waco’s other must-do, providing scenic views of the Brazos River and several miles of lighted trails. Sports fans have it made here in Waco too with plenty of options year round to get out of your Waco apartments and cheer for the hometown Baylor Bears.

Waco Festivals

The biggest festival in town is 4th on the Brazos, where locals gather to celebrate the country’s independence. It’s a beautiful spectacle of sight, sound, and delicious food. Wine lovers flock to Rootstock, a single-day wine festival that celebrates the best wineries in Texas and also offers plenty of good eats and activities. In nearby West, each year the town celebrates Westfest with great food, rides, washer and horeshoe tournaments and plenty of beer. It's really good times!

Waco Vacation spots

By car, both Austin and Dallas are only roughly an hour and a half away providing Waco locals with great options for nearby vacations. Dallas features commemorations to President John F. Kennedy, and is also home to the Dallas Museum of Art (which happens to be one of the country’s largest art museums). Austin is fit for those who love to be entertained. Music lovers especially love the city’s electric entertainment scene—it’s the place to be for live country and rock performances.

Getting Around Waco

With plenty of parkland and vibrant shopping areas, Waco has pockets of pedestrian-friendly space downtown. However, residents do need cars to get around otherwise. Waco Regional Airport is just 20 minutes from the heart of the city, and it’s also 90 miles south of Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport. If you’re downtown, you can hop aboard the Silo District Trolley and enjoy easy access to the city’s most bustling spots. The Downtown Area Shuttle (DASH) provides free service both downtown and at the Baylor campus.

Commuting in Waco

Interstate-35, known as the Jack Kultgen Freeway in Waco, has between six to eight lanes in the city. Overlapping I-35 is US Highway 77. Traffic patterns ebb and flow in Waco—construction is not uncommon along I-35, and road closures may cause congestion.

Why Here

Warm and inviting, Waco is emblematic of the Texas heartland. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy everything from hiking to fishing, and the area’s flourishing arts scene includes the historic Hippodrome Theatre. The equally historic River Square Center is a charming alternative to traditional shopping centers, which you’ll also find in equal abundance in town. Waco has grown in diversity, and it’s a prime spot for growing families and those seeking an authentic Texas experience.

Where to move in Waco

The Hewitt, Robinson and Woodway areas are seen as particularly attractive areas of Waco to move. With plenty of options in affordable Waco apartments and homes available here, these are prime spots. Home to middle-to-upper middle class residents, they are largely peaceful, residential areas where crime is low and schools are plentiful. The areas are in relatively close proximity to downtown Waco, providing each access to some most well-known sites and shopping areas while also remaining pleasantly distant from the typical freneticism of a big city.