Did you know? Austin is considered the live music capital of the world. It has over 100 live music venues scattered around town, but 6th Street is the music hotspot. You'll find way more than just country music to boogie to.
Not many towns can compete with Austin. It consistently ranks at the top of various "best of" lists. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or dedicated foodie, there is literally something for everyone. You can spend the cooler parts of the year biking, walking or running on miles of the city's trails and paths, including the Greenbelt and Lady Bird Lake. On your lunch break, downtown Austin is teeming with unique food trucks or great happy hours at a variety of microbreweries.
Check out some of the different neighborhoods Austin has to offer. East Austin is considered a hip neighborhood because of its strong liberal youth culture. This will be your favorite area if you like Mexican food, food trucks and a booming farmer's market. The East Riverside Oltorf neighborhood is a bustling center of outdoor recreation, tasty eateries, concerts and sporting events. When you aren't out on Lady Bird Lake, fill your belly at Chuy's, a renowned Mexican joint, and then follow up with a concert at Auditorium Shores. The Garrison Park-South Austin area is the heart of the city's motto, "Keep Austin Weird." Historic homes, unique bars and outdoor activities galore will lure you in while the school districts and great real estate prices keep you there.
Whether you like to pedal around on city bike paths or log several miles a week in training, there are cities where you can pursue the passion of cycling within easy reach of your rental. Cycling for recreation and fitness has really taken off in the United States in the past ten years. American cities are not […]
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New York City: Silver Towers These amazing luxury high-rise apartments afford enviable views of the Hudson River from the entire city block they occupy on 42nd Street. The complex has its own peaceful courtyard, spa-like amenities, a 75-foot indoor pool, parking and even a public park. Residents can chose a studio, two bedroom, loft or […]
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When it comes to the best places to live in America, it’s more than just civic pride that earns a place a spot on the list. U.S. News & World Report recently published their list of the 100 best places to live in the USA, analyzing elements such as value, desirability, a strong job market […]
For college seniors, the spring season means looking forward to graduation – and life beyond the college campus. To help college graduates as they look both for work and a new place to live, Apartment Guide consulted with Indeed, the number one job site worldwide, to bring together information to match the perfect apartment with […]
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Learn About Tableau Considering a move to a larger apartment? Wondering if you can afford a second bedroom? We wondered the same thing and decided to look at our data to see what metro areas had the biggest percentage rent increase from one bedroom to two bedrooms. For March 2014 in metros with at least […]