Georgia Avenue Apartments for Rent
A peaceful stroll through the Georgia Avenue neighborhood will take a resident to a time when Mobile was emerging as a city. Generous city lots with established landscaping or gardens reveal historic cottages and elegant, two-story homes. Apartment complexes tie into the neighborhood, with some planned communities that target residents who want carefree living without depending on an automobile. For urban living in a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, Georgia Avenue has access to active midtown life and access to Mobile’s dining, entertainment, and cultural events.
Neighborhood schools in the Mobile County School District are within walking distance. The prestigious Alabama School of Mathematics and Science was rated one of the best schools in the nation by Newsweek magazine. The high school students from all over the state live on campus and study college-level math and science. All graduates attend college after graduation, with close to 100 percent of these graduates receiving scholarships.
The 704-bed Mobile Infirmary Medical Center and the University of South Alabama Children’s and Women’s Hospital, serve the community, with the USA hospital targeting the health care needs of infants, children, and women.
Lyons Park is a neighborhood park with family-friendly picnic areas and a playground. Walkers and runners share a walking path. For more of a workout, the park has baseball fields and tennis courts.
The Old Dauphin Way Historic District was first developed in the early 1800s and has architectural styles which include Greek Revival, Italianate, and Queen Anne. The district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Residents and tourists get a glimpse of Mobile’s past, when simple houses and mansions shared the same neighborhood. A tour of the Conde-Charlotte Museum House near Fort Conde gives visitors an idea of how these houses and mansions may have been furnished.