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Apartments in Tucson, AZ

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City Guide for Apartments in Tucson

A bustling, mid-sized Sun Belt city nestled in the southern portion of Arizona, Tucson attracts people of all ages, from retirees to young professionals searching for the perfect apartment for rent in Tucson. Though located in the Sonoran Desert (temperatures reach the 100s in the summer!), Tucson is surrounded by mountains with ample trails and parks to explore. Tucson is well-known for its proximity to Saguaro National Park, famous for its towering Saguaro cacti and year-round sunshine.

In addition to state parks and caves and caverns, Tucson’s rich native and Spanish colonial history can be discovered through original architecture and buildings, including El Tiradito Wishing Shrine, Mission San Xavier del Bac, and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, dedicated to showcasing the history and splendor of the surrounding landscape. The city is also home to Old Tucson, an old movie set known as a filming location for Westerns such as Little House on the Prairie, which now functions as an entertainment venue open to the public.

 The city features many different neighborhoods offering different amenities for those on an apartment search. Downtown Tucson apartments offer proximity to retail, shopping, and, of course, business offices. This is also where your luxury apartments are found.

The average commute time in Tucson is a short 22 minutes, but even shorter for residents of downtown Tucson. Within the limits of the downtown area is El Presidio Historic District, a neighborhood known for its 1800s-style homes and affluent residents. There aren’t many apartment complexes in El Presidio, but downtown is just a few blocks away, and people can easily take a walking tour to explore Tucson’s rich history.

If you’re attending the University of Arizona or any other of Tucson’s many universities, check out Tucson apartments in the University District/Midtown area, where you’ll find cheap eats and shops. There are a variety of cheap apartments here, many offering all bills paid and utilities included. For the more outdoorsy types, consider taking the apartment search out to east Tucson, where proximity to Saguaro National Park and the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area are at your fingertips. While it’s quite a drive from downtown Tucson, the neighborhood is quieter and more suburban. Western Tucson is the neighborhood with the most in tourist attractions.

Whether you’re looking for a cheap, studio apartment or a pet-friendly complex, use our apartment guide to get all the best ratings and reviews for apartments in Tucson!

Average Apartment Rental Prices Nearby

Studio $751
1 Bedroom $823
2 Bedroom $1,015
3 Bedroom $1,725

Average rent on Backpage and Craigslist Tucson, Arizona: $880

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