Topic: City Guides

What is it like in Stillwater?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mosey on down the road northeast of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area and you’ll find yourself in the little city of Stillwater. Stillwater has been called the “friendliest city in Oklahoma” by an Oklahoma-based magazine. The primary economic base in Stillwater comes from Oklahoma State University, officially the largest employer, landowner and cultural center in […]

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Is there a chance to explore nature around Spokane?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Spokane has a mantra: “near nature, near perfect.” When you see how close the city is to nature, you’ll see that it’s not far from the truth. Here are just a few examples of the natural world that can be found less than a few minutes away from Spokane Washington apartments: Mount Spokane ParkThe largest […]

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How much is rent in Sandy, Utah?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Sandy, Utah is a city that belies its name. There are no beaches in Sandy, nor is it situated in the middle of a desert. Located thirteen miles south of Salt Lake City, Sandy is a bustling community that’s been ranked the fifth-largest city in the state and has a growing population that, on latest […]

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Is the University District a good place to settle if you’re looking for a sedate, neighborhood atmosphere?

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The University District, part of downtown Seattle, is the location for the campus of the University of Washington. Commonly referred to as the U District, this part of the city is home to all the University’s fraternity and sorority houses, which means lots of parties and partiers in bars, cafes, and local streets. In addition […]

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What is a good “east Denver neighborhood”?

Apartments in east Denver may boast two very different views; the city skyline or the Rocky Mountains. The Uptown section of the city is the perfect place to see an example of these stellar views. An older neighborhood, filled with impressive Queen Anne homes and newer high-rise buildings, it is a beautiful place to live–or […]

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What can be found for tourists and visitors in the Amish settlements around South Bend?

Remember the old saying, “It takes all kinds?” Large cities are melting pots encompassing a wide array of ages, occupations, interests and family histories. South Bend and its surrounding areas are no different, so apartments in South Bend can offer the diversity you’ve been craving. Take, for example, the Nappanee and Shipshewana areas, traditional Amish […]

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