Price
To

178 apartments for rent in Conyers, GA

Property Type

Pets

Amenities

Square Feet

to

Rating

Keyword Search

1560-1574 Eastmont Dr, Conyers, GA 30012
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
1019 Rosser St, Conyers, GA 30012
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
1509-1515 Eastmont Dr, Conyers, GA 30012
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
1417-1427 Eastmont Dr, Conyers, GA 30012
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
2783 Coventry Grn SE, Conyers, GA 30013
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
1219 Lakeview Dr, Conyers, GA 30012
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
973-991 Locust Dr, Conyers, GA 30012
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
2784 Coventry Grn SE, Conyers, GA 30013
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
1126-1150 Scott St SE, Conyers, GA 30012
No Availability
Updated 2 weeks ago
Aerial
Erase

Deals

Select the number of beds:

Deals

Conyers, GA Apartments for Rent

Located about 24 miles east of Atlanta, the city of Conyers offers serene beauty, lush forests, and a historic downtown – the quintessential Southern community, but just minutes from the high-rises, major businesses, theaters, and museums of Downtown Atlanta. When you rent an apartment in Conyers, you get the best of both worlds – the laid-back, family-oriented atmosphere of a small town and the excitement and opportunity of a major city.

The first settler arrived to the area of Conyers around 1816 – a blacksmith named John Holcomb. His home was located near the present-day Rockdale County Courthouse in Downtown Conyers. Holcomb liked the area peaceful and rural, so he was against the idea of the railroad coming through the area. A local banker named Dr. W.D. Conyers finally convinced Holcomb to sell his land to him – and Conyers sold it to the Georgia Railroad. He named the railroad station “Conyers Station.” Soon, other residents began to move to the area and Conyers became a flourishing town. In 1854, it was incorporated.

Fire nearly destroyed Conyers on three separate occasions. During the Civil War and General Sherman’s “March to the Sea,” one mill was left standing, thanks to the innovative efforts of the mill’s owner, Aunt Winnie Pucket. She sacked the flour and hid it in the millpond. She then pleaded and even threatened the Union Soldiers, who chose to bypass her mill and leave it alone.

Historic Olde Town Conyers mixes historic architecture with tree-lined streets and brick-paved sidwalks. It is so picture-perfect that it is often used in television and movies for downtown streetscapes. Olde Town Conyers also hosts a variety of events, festivals, and parades. For apartments near Downtown Conyers, look around the intersection of Center Street and Commercial Street.

Conyers is a pretty city that’s even prettier in pink! Forget the peaches – Conyers is all about the cherry blossoms! For more than 35 years, the annual Conyers Cherry Blossom Festival – held in early April – features a variety of entertainment, games, food, arts and crafts, and more. This popular festival is recognized as one of the best events in the Southeast. Other festivals and events include the Olde Town Fall Festival, Tase of Conyers, and a St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Submitting Request

Thank You

Your email has been sent.

Learn about our ratings.