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Cordova, TN

When you rent an apartment in Cordova, Tennessee, you'll see the appeal of this suburban city of Memphis. With historic charm, convenient access to Memphis and great shopping, Cordova is a great community in which to live.

Once you get settled into your new Cordova apartment, you should check out the Cordova Community Center. This community center not only houses the town's museum, a gym, athletic fields, meeting rooms and party spaces, it is also an historic landmark. Built in 1913, the building was the Cordova School for 60 years. It didn't become a community center until after it was purchased by a local not-for-profit organization in the mid-1980's.

Not far from many Cordova apartments is the landmark 1895 Cordova Train Depot. Once it stopped serving trains, it was home to the Cordova Branch Library for more than 50 years. It has since been sold to a retail business owner. If you like history, you should also visit the Sanga Cemetery, which was established in the late 19th century and is still in use.

Speaking of retail, you'll be close to a ton of shops when you rent an apartment in Cordova. The Wolfchase Galleria is a large indoor mall with Dillard's, JC Penney, Sears and Macy's department stores, as well as more than 100 specialty stores, such as Brooks Brothers, Pottery Barn, Banana Republic, Gap, and Disney Store. The mall is also home to many restaurants and a Malco Theatre. In neighboring Germantown, you'll find Saddle Creek Ð an upscale, outdoor mall that features a mix of popular chain stores and unique, local boutiques.

Don't forget that when you rent an apartment in Cordova, you're just on the outskirts of Memphis where you can enjoy soulful music, finger-licking barbeque, scenic views of the Mississippi River and overwhelming southern hospitality.

Find your perfect apartment in Cordova today on ApartmentGuide.com, and you'll see why residents love this town and want to preserve its history.