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2300 Indian Hills Dr, Sioux City, IA 51104
$650 - $935 | 1 - 3 Beds

(712) 560-0464

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3900-3937 Winona Way, Sioux City, IA 51104
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(712) 560-0206

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3634 Glen Oaks Blvd, Sioux City, IA 51104
$910 - $1,165 | 1 - 2 Beds
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3800 Glen Oaks Blvd, Sioux City, IA 51104
$815 - $995 | 1 - 2 Beds
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55 W Clifton Ave, Sioux City, IA 51104
$755 - $855 | 2 Beds
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2201 Gibson St, Sioux City, IA 51106
$725 | 2 Beds
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4333 N Fieldcrest Dr, Sioux City, IA 51103
$725 | 2 Beds
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Sioux City

Sioux City, IA Apartments for Rent

Framed by the Missouri River and bisected by the Floyd River, Sioux City is a charming and historic western Iowa city. It is located on the Nebraska and South Dakota borders about 95 miles north of Omaha. Considered a top destination for new residents, Sioux City frequently tops “best of” lists, from family-friendly to starting a career. It is a livable, economically sound, business-friendly city with a fun side.

Often recognized for its quality of life, small-business-friendly environment, and economic value, Sioux City apartment renters have so much to look forward to! Here’s what you need to know about renting apartments in Sioux City.

Things to Do in Sioux City:

Famed explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark were the first known explorers to travel through the Sioux City area. While exploring with Lewis & Clark in 1804, Sergeant Charles Floyd suffered an acute appendicitis and died. He was the only member of the Lewis & Clark expedition to die during the expedition and the first U.S. soldier to die west of the Mississippi River. Floyd’s Bluff, his original burial location, contains the Floyd Monument, a National Historic Landmark. More can be discovered about Floyd and the journey at the Sioux City Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, which features permanent exhibits, a theater, and more.

The Sioux City Public Museum used to be housed in the John Peirce Mansion, a 23-room home built in 1891 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today the museum, which includes exhibits from archeology, natural history, anthropology, science, and the military, is located in a new facility that includes a theater and classrooms. The Peirce Mansion is open quarterly for open house events, and it is available to rent.

A wonderful, historic downtown features wide, tree-lined sidewalks, historic architecture, and period lighting. Perfect for an afternoon of window shopping, enjoying a latte at a sidewalk café, or listening to music at a pub, downtown Sioux City is the heart of the community.

While Sioux City honors its unique history, it is a modern, award-winning city. Entertainment and nightlife include catching a concert or other live performance at the Tyson Events Center. The Orpheum Theater features concerts and performances in a beautiful, historic building, dating back to 1927.

Sports fans can head to the Tyson Events Center to catch the Sioux City Bandits, an indoor arena football team and part of the CIF League. The Sioux City Musketeers, a junior hockey team in the USHL, also play at the Tyson Events Center. Lewis and Clark Park is home to the Sioux City Explorers, and independent baseball team.

Sioux City contains 53 parks, miles of trails, and five public swimming pools. Stone State Park is located along the bluffs near the Big Sioux River and offers camping, mountain biking, equestrian trails, and picnic areas. It is also home to the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, a beautiful area with a butterfly garden, nature trails, and wildlife. Golfers will appreciate the Sun Valley Golf Course, the Sioux City Country Club, Southern Hills Country Club, and several others.

What to Consider When Moving to Sioux City:

When you rent a Sioux City apartment, you’ll enjoy a thriving city with several businesses, a historic downtown, and great shopping and restaurants. Students can choose from Briar Cliff University, Morningside College, or Western Iowa Tech Community College.

Sioux City is a busy city with several large companies based here. Top employers in Sioux City include Tyson, St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center, Morningside College, Curly’s Foods, and the 185th Refueling Wing (an Iowa Air National Guard Unit stationed at Colonel Bud Day Field).

Colonel Bud Day Field, also called Sioux Gateway Airport, is a military and public use airport located about six miles from Downtown Sioux City. It was named for Air Force Colonel George Everette “Bud” Day, a Sioux City native and the only person to ever be awarded both the Medal of Honor and the Air Force Cross.

There are a variety of neighborhoods in Sioux City – be sure to check them all out as you search for apartments. The North Side is north of 18th Street and is home to the historic John Peirce house. Rose Hill is a fun, funky neighborhood that features a variety of Victorian homes. It also offers a variety of trendy coffee houses, tattoo parlors, art galleries, and ethnic restaurants.

The South Side contains some interesting neighborhoods, as well. Be sure to check out Morningside – this was once a 19th century streetcar suburb and is quite self-contained. It is also a large area made up of a bunch of smaller neighborhoods. Peters Park and Southern Hills are the commercial areas of the neighborhood.

One of the oldest neighborhoods in Sioux City is located on the West Side: Prospect Hill. This charming neighborhood is within walking distance of downtown. Also, check out Historic Fourth Street – this is a delightful district filled with older commercial buildings dating from the 1880s.

Why Sioux City Apartments Are Hot:

It has been called one of the Best Places to Live, a top metro area in the Midwest, one of the most livable bargain markets, and one of the top 15 best places for business and careers. It is as busy as it is beautiful – it is home to fantastic Victorian architecture and stunning parks. From Stone State Park to the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, the parks in Sioux City provide picnic areas, great hiking destinations, mountain biking opportunities, and more. Ready to call this Midwestern gem home? Find your apartment in Sioux City now!

Why Sioux City?

  • Touring Sioux City’s historic districts, including Fourth Street, Douglas Street, and Nebraska Street.
  • Visiting the Sioux City Public Museum, the Historic Pearl District, and the Art Center.
  • Attending great festivals, such as the annual Artsplash Festival and Fridays on the Promenade.
  • Enjoying the nightlife at Promenade Theater, the Orpheum Theater, and Argosy Casino.
  • Exploring great nearby parks, such as Sioux City State Prairie Preserve and Five Ridge Prairie State Preserve.
  • Viewing amazing historic landmarks, such as the Council Oak Tree and the Theophile Bruguier Cabin.

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