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I hate everything about this backwoods city. I hate it's backwoods largely Republican residents. I like absolutely nothing about this place.

I have friends that live in my neighborhood and invite me to spend the night. My neighborhood has many dogs and cats around.

Family friendly atmosphere People look out for one another Public park within a few steps Main interstates are very close in proximity.

I like the park is so close. The community office is close too and generally friendly. The sidewalk is very long and perfect for walks

I enjoy how centralized the location of my neighborhood is within the city. It is a great place to walk a dog. Apparently two sentences does not quite meet the minimum character parameter.

Shopping and just living.I like the neighborhood, it is a decent place to live. I would like to own my own home in a similar neighborhood. I am hoping to increase my income in the near future.

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Living in Fort Jackson, SC

Find great Fort Jackson apartments for rent in South Carolina's state capital and largest city. The county seat of Richland County, Columbia is perfectly placed at the convergence of two rivers, the Saluda and the Broad. Residents of Fort Jackson apartments can rest testify that this is a great place to live, as the city has won numerous awards for its livability. The city ranked sixth on a 2009 list of America's Best Affordable Places to Retire by US News & World Report. And with the city's mild year-round climate, vibrant metropolitan area and exciting mix of Southern hospitality and diversity, it's easy to see why people love living in Fort Jackson apartments.

Founded in 1917, Fort Jackson is the home of the largest Initial Entry Training Center in the United States Army, training a large percentage of the military's forces each year. Spread out over 52,000 acres, Fort Jackson also serves as the home of the U.S. Army Soldier Support Institute, the U.S. Army Chaplains Center and School and the Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment.

Fort Jackson apartments are located in many of Columbia's great neighborhoods. If you're looking for historic structures, look no further than the Cottontown/Bellevue Historic District, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. Another great historic neighborhood is Elmwood Park, which features many beautiful homes in the American Craftsman style.

Clearly, life in Fort Jackson apartments can be sweet. Let ApartmentGuide.com help make it a little sweeter. Our simple search tools and detailed listings can help you find the perfect Fort Jackson apartment. Search now!