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11440 Bard Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70815
$580 - $715 | 1 - 2 Beds
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1110 N Ardenwood, Baton Rouge, LA 70806
$575 - $685 | 2 - 3 Beds
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2001 S Sherwood Forest Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
$792 - $1,209 | 1 - 3 Beds
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Baton Rouge, LA Apartments for Rent

Sun-dappled roads under a canopy of old oak trees dripping with moss lead to the sleepy bayou, where an alligator slips silently into the calm water, rippling its surface. Antebellum plantation homes with tall, white columns and wide wrap-around porches stand as sentries to the history of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Located on the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is Cajun cuisine, Mardi Gras, and down-home Southern charm.

And while Baton Rouge may be famous for Mardi Gras and crawfish boils, it is also home to a dynamic downtown filled with pubs, nightclubs, restaurants, shops, and art galleries. It is home to exciting events, such as Live After Five and Sunday in the Park, two popular music events that highlight local musicians. It is the capital of Louisiana, but it is also a fun and funky college town – both LSU and Southern University are located here. With a strong job market and plenty to see and do, this river town gem truly sparkles. Want to know more about life on the bayou? Here’s what you need to know about renting apartments in Baton Rouge.

Things to Do in Baton Rouge:

Get set for glitz, gambling, and gumbo! Baton Rouge is an exciting Southern city that offers riverboat casinos, stage shows, and Cajun cuisine. But before you climb aboard a riverboat to play the slots, this is Plantation Country – and there are several nearby plantation and antebellum homes you’ll want to visit.

The Myrtles Plantation was built in 1796 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The plantation, which has been called one of America’s most haunted homes, offers guided history and mystery tours as well as a full-service restaurant. And if you dare, you can stay the weekend – the Myrtles Plantation is a full-service Bed and Breakfast.

Laura, a Creole Plantation, was built in 1805. It still contains 12 original buildings and the slave quarters where the American Br’er Rabbit tales were first recorded. Guided tours of the plantation are offered daily. This sugar plantation once covered 12,000 acres.

The Nottoway Plantation (the White Castle) is the largest plantation home in the south. Built around 1859, the Nottoway Plantation offers guided tours, a restaurant, a gift shop, and antique-filled rooms for overnight stays.

After touring plantation homes and imagining hoop skirts and parasols, head to Downtown Baton Rouge for some modern fun and excitement! Downtown is home to a variety of festivals, including Mardi Gras Parades and Live After Five. Downtown is also home to the Louisiana State Museum, the LSU Museum of Art, the Louisiana Art and Science Museum, the Shaw Center for the Arts, the Old State Capitol, the Town Square, and the Baton Rouge River Center.

The Baton Rouge Zoo features more than 1,800 animals. It was the first zoo in the state to be accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Popular exhibits include the Otter Pond, Parrot Paradise, and the Tiger exhibit. The zoo also contains a Safari Playground, the Cypress Bayou Railroad, two cafes, and a gift shop.

College sports fans, get ready to cheer on the Louisiana State University Tigers! Home games are played at Tiger Stadium, also known as “Death Valley.” Baton Rouge is full of LSU football fans, and more than 100,000 people pack Tiger Stadium on game night.

What to Consider When Moving to Baton Rouge:

Founded in 1719, Baton Rouge is the capital and the second-largest city in Louisiana. In addition to being a government hub, Baton Rouge is home to the Port of Baton Rouge, the ninth largest port in the US. It is also home to several other businesses and industries. Top employers include ExxonMobil Chemical, CB&I, and LSU.

When looking for an apartment in Baton Rouge, you’ll discover a number of neighborhoods, many of which are historic. Beauregard Town is a US Historic District dating back to 1806. This charming neighborhood is the second-oldest in Baton Rouge and is home to the Old Louisiana Governor’s Mansion.

The Garden District is another historic neighborhood built around 1911, and nearly 88 percent of the buildings are original. It is home to nearly 300 bungalows and is one of the best-preserved neighborhoods of the early 20th century in the state.

The oldest neighborhood in Baton Rouge is Spanish Town. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this district was commissioned in 1805. This terrific neighborhood hosts the largest Mardi Gras parade in the state. The oldest home in Spanish Town is the Pino House, which was built in 1823.

Why Baton Rouge Apartments Are Hot:

Baton Rouge is both the capital city of Louisiana and a college town. LSU, along with Southern University and Baton Rouge Community College, adds a youthful aspect to the city – students make up roughly 20 percent of the population. This is a beautiful Southern city filled with moss-draped oak trees and historic plantation homes. The city features several art and cultural districts and is home to the Shaw Center for the Arts and the Louisiana Art and Science Museum. Combined with terrific cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and terrific festivals and parades, Baton Rouge apartments are definitely hot!

Why Baton Rouge?

  • Baton Rouge offers excellent educational opportunities with Louisiana State University and Southern University.
  • Residents enjoy an active art scene with the Shaw Center for the Arts and several art festivals.
  • The Baton Rouge River Center hosts many events, including concerts, the ballet, and the symphony.
  • The Main Street Market features regional farmers, local artists, and local chefs. The farmer’s market is also held here.
  • Historic antebellum mansions include Nottoway Plantation, the largest in the south, and the 213-year-old Myrtles Plantation.
  • Baton Rouge enjoys a very strong economy based largely in manufacturing and petrochemical production.

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