Augusta Downtown Historic District is home to roughly 2,900 people who work in services, administrative and education professions. The apartments for rent in Augusta Downtown Historic District are near Industrial and Turpin Hill.
Living, Demographics and Costs
As you fine tune your budget before moving, know that Augusta Downtown Historic District's cost of living is about 23% higher than in nearby Industrial. On average a household in Augusta Downtown Historic District spends $38.7K/year in total expenditures. Compare these expenses to those of Industrial, which come to around $31.4K/year.
Augusta Downtown Historic District is distinct from neighboring Industrial by average household size and the percentage of households in the neighborhood that have children. There are 1.28 people per household in Augusta Downtown Historic District and 2.54 people per household in Industrial. With respect to the percentage of households with children, 15% have children in Augusta Downtown Historic District and in Industrial it's 42% of households with children.
Is Augusta Downtown Historic District the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Industrial make an average of $29.1K, Augusta Downtown Historic District residents are raking in an average of $42.5K.
Food, Libations and Recreation
Finding your bearings in a new place--locating groceries, cleaners and places to relax and have fun--is one of the most basic things all renters do when establishing themselves in a new area. To help in that process, a couple important streets to know in Augusta Downtown Historic District are Laney Walker Blvd. and Greene St. It's these streets, in particular, where drinking, dining and recreation is easily found. Once you've done your homework on the area, be sure you use our apartment finder tool to complete your hunt for your next apartment in Augusta Downtown Historic District.
Wine and dine yourself in Augusta Downtown Historic District with dinner at Tianas Wings and drinks at Shoe's Place. With a few different restaurants in the area, Augusta Downtown Historic District residents can fill their cravings for both pizza and deli snacks. Greene Streets, one of the local bars, is a great place for those looking to grab some drinks and unwind with friends. Sometimes food that is fast or familiar is all that will do. In such cases, Church's Chicken and Popeye's Chicken & Biscuits are both around the proverbial corner.
Take in some fresh air at Dyess Park. Those who follow the arts should check out Augusta Ballet. It is on Greene St., when you need more culture in your life.
For a more inclusive list of places to hang, drink and chill in Augusta Downtown Historic District, browse the Yelp page.
Corner Mini Mart and Peek A Boo are a couple places to shop for groceries in the Augusta Downtown Historic District area. Both of the stores are located on Laney Walker Blvd. Help yourself to breakfast on-the-go and swing by local bakery, Big Day Cakes Bakery Llc.
For greater selection and value when shopping, Augusta Downtown Historic District has department store and factory-outlet options. On Laney Walker Blvd., there's Evan's Outlet, which is a factory outlet.
Neighborhood School Stats
Schools near the apartments in Augusta Downtown Historic District are Davidson Magnet School, North Augusta Middle School and Immaculate Conception School. While this information provides an approximation of the schools and districts serving the area, it is critical you consult with the districts around the apartments for rent to confirm exactly which schools your children may attend.
Davidson Magnet School, a Richmond County Public district high school, offers advanced-placement classes and has a low student-teacher ratio in its district.
The Aiken County Public School District has 20 elementary schools, 12 middle schools and eight high schools, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than Richmond County Public Schools. Aiken County Public School District also has a smaller population of students than Richmond County Public Schools. Aiken County Public School District has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Richmond County Public district.