2,189 apartments for rent in Greenville, SC

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9 Harris St, Greenville, SC 29601
$1,145 | 1 Bed
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116 Corrine Dr, Greenville, SC 29607
$1,375 | 3 Beds
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1180 Haywood Rd, Greenville, SC 29615
$1,824 - $3,899 | Studio - 2 Beds
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111 Atwood St, Greenville, SC 29601
$850 | 2 Beds
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Sterling Westchester Apartments
304 Wilton St, Greenville, SC 29609
$1,200 | 2 Beds
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100 Nut Leaf Ln, Greenville, SC 29605
$1,495 | 3 Beds
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10 Bonnie Woods Dr, Greenville, SC 29605
$1,450 | 3 Beds
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100 Windsong Dr, Greenville, SC 29615
$1,595 | 3 Beds
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Enclave Paris Mountain
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Greenville, SC Apartments for Rent

Breathtaking waterfalls, shady tree-lined streets, stunning mountain views, and a terrific downtown combine to make Greenville, South Carolina a powerhouse city. Tucked in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, and Downtown Greenville was ranked one of “America’s 10 Best” downtowns by Forbes Magazine. It was also named one of the best in the US for 2015 by Lonely Planet, one of the best US cycling towns by USA Today, one of the coolest small towns in America by Travelers Rest, and Main Street was named one of the 10 prettiest Southern streets for a stroll by USA Today.

Greenville is located about halfway between Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina.  It is a well-educated city with several colleges and universities, including Furman University, Bob Jones University, and Greenville Technical College. Greenville is home to the International Center for Automotive Research and the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center. Businesses with branches or plants in Greenville include 3M, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, General Electric, and Caterpillar Inc.

If you are ready to rent an apartment in Greenville, you’ll be living in a real gem – and maybe even surrounded by them. Gem mining is popular in the area, with several locations available where you can search for gold, rubies, amethyst, and emeralds.

Things to Do in Greenville:

As soon as you settle into your new Greenville apartment, go straight to Falls Park on the Reedy – your new favorite place! Just stand on Liberty Bridge and take in the view … it’s amazing. The park is located right in downtown, in the historic West End. The gently-cascading waterfalls and the amazing 345-foot-long suspension bridge are just the beginning. This urban park is a true oasis, complete with a paved walking trail, picnic areas, restaurants, and a lodge. Falls Park is a popular gathering place for Greenville residents and visitors, offering a wide variety of festivals, concerts, and other special events.

After enjoying the park, be sure to stroll down award-winning Main Street and do some window-shopping or enjoy one of the many restaurants. If you prefer an energizing hike to an afternoon stroll, then go hiking or mountain biking. Be sure to take a trip to Caesars Head State Park, where views from a granite outcropping make it well worth the hike. Other amazing locations for outdoor adventures include Gorges State Park, Table Rock State Park, and Paris Mountain State Park.

After a day of exploring mountains and parks, you might want to catch a concert or Broadway show. If so, downtown’s Peace Center is perfect. The Peace Center includes an amphitheater, a concert hall, and the Dorothy Hipp Gunter Theater. The Peace Center hosts roughly 300 events each year, ranging from the ballet and symphony to special performances and Broadway shows.

If you prefer a sports event or a rock concert, the Bon Secours Wellness Arena is also located downtown. Formerly known as the Bi-Lo Center, the Bon Secours Wellness Arena is home to the ECHL’s Greenville Road Warriors.

The Roper Mountain Science Center is a terrific facility that features the T.C. Hooper Planetarium, the Daniel Observatory, the Living History Farm, and the Darell W. Harrison Hall of Natural Sciences. The observatory is home to the eighth-largest refractor telescope in the country, and it dates back to 1882.

The Upcountry History Museum is also a great place to visit. This museum includes exhibits dating from the early 18th century. It is located on the Heritage Green, which also includes the Children’s Museum, the Greenville County Art Museum, and Greenville Little Theatre.

Shoppers will appreciate the unique boutiques and specialty shops that fill Downtown Greenville. For a bigger shopping experience, head to Haywood Mall – the largest mall in South Carolina. This super-regional mall offers well over a million square feet of retail space.

What to Consider When Moving to Greenville:

Even though the South Carolina colony was founded in 1663, the area where Greenville is located was protected grounds given to the Cherokee Nation by England after the Seven Yeas’ War. Richard Pearis was the earliest settler – he married a Cherokee woman and gained several tracts of land. That land is where Greenville (and the mountain named for him, Paris Mountain) is now located. The town was founded in 1831.

When you move to a Greenville apartment, you’ll be able to enjoy a wide variety of festivals – the city holds several annually, including the Upstate Shakespeare Festival, Fall for Greenville, Euphoria Greenville, the Indi Craft Parade, the Greek Festival, and Artisphere.

Greenville has many terrific neighborhoods to consider as you search for apartments. Be sure to look in West End, a historic downtown neighborhood along the Reedy River. The West End is the art and entertainment hub of the city, containing the Peace Center and Fluor Field.

One of the oldest neighborhoods in Greenville is historic North Main. This neighborhood was founded in 1813. One of the oldest houses in Greenville is located in the North Main neighborhood – Whitehall, built in 1813.

Greenville’s first historic district, Hampton-Pinckney, was first purchased by Vardry McBee in 1815. The neighborhood began to grow when the trolley lines were established, and most of the houses in Hampton-Pinckney date back to this era, from the late 1800s to the early 1900s.

Why Greenville Apartments Are Hot:

A beautiful downtown, an award-winning Main Street, waterfalls, mountains, and lush forests – there are many reasons why Greenville is one of America’s fastest-growing cities! Falls Park on the Reedy is a downtown oasis, named one of the nation’s top 10 parks and a top family attraction worth traveling for. Greenville is also recognized as a great food destination, one of the country’s best bike destinations, and one of the coolest small towns in America. Come see what all of the fuss is about – find your apartment in Greenville and start enjoying this dynamic city of the South!

Why Greenville?

  • A beautiful, pedestrian-friendly downtown complete with parks, plazas, and waterfalls.
  • Shopping at the WestEnd market, Haywood Mall, and in Downtown Greenville.
  • Sports events, concerts, and live shows at the Bi-Lo Center, a 16,000-seat arena.
  • Hiking, rock climbing, and the incredible views from Chimney Rock State Park.
  • Museums, nightlife, restaurants, and performing arts venues such as the Peace Center.
  • Furman University, Bob Jones University, and North Greenville University, among others.

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