Old San Jacinto is home to approximately 1,600 people who work in construction, services and administrative professions. The apartments for rent in Old San Jacinto are near Route 66 District and South Polk Street.
Living, Demographics and Costs
Old San Jacinto, a suburb of Amarillo, is more affordable than the surrounding suburbs, such as Route 66 District. With regard to average household spending, Old San Jacinto reports a total of $25.8K/year, while Route 66 District amounts to $29.4K/year.
The neighborhoods of Old San Jacinto and Route 66 District are similar in terms of household size. In Old San Jacinto, the average household size is 2.17 inhabitants, and in Route 66 District it is 2.56 inhabitants.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation
Because moving can be messy, narrow your search for the perfect place by using our site's apartment ratings and reviews. For those who value convenience, SW 6th Ave. and SW 3rd Ave. are a couple popular streets in Old San Jacinto with numerous dining, drinking and business establishments. Have a little fun finding your next place in Old San Jacinto with help from our apartment finder tool.
Old San Jacinto has restaurants and bars, including Boscos's, an opportune spot for drinks after work. Drink up at Tightwad Traders or Leftwoods and spend the night sipping on delicious drinks.
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Old San Jacinto has a number of grocery stores, including Toot'n Totum and Fast Stop 19. The stores are located on SW 3rd Ave. If you've got a hankering for something sweet or freshly baked, Andy's Ice Cream is in the neighborhood on SW 4th Ave. and Spudnut Shop is also in the area.
Residents can take advantage of the many retailers in the Old San Jacinto area, including Jus' Paper and All Star Business Concepts. For shopping a little out of the ordinary, Carey-Mc Duff Contemporary Art can be found on Bowie St.
Nearby School Information
Some of the schools near the apartments in Old San Jacinto are North Heights Alternative School, Houston Middle School and St. Mary's School. Though the information here is meant to give you a good approximation of the school district options near the apartments for rent in the area, it's generally a good idea to confer with local district officials for the ultimate word on what schools your children will attend.
A middle school in the Amarillo Independent School District, Houston Middle School has a strong student-teacher ratio of 12-to-1.
Amarillo Independent School District has 39 elementary schools, 11 middle schools and seven high schools. Amarillo Independent School District has a lower student-teacher ratio and smaller student-body size than Texas College Preparatory Academies district. Amarillo Independent School District has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Texas College Preparatory Academies district.