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Apartments in Longview, TX

Paladin Apartments
Longview, TX 75605
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1 - 3 Beds
Pine Knoll
Longview, TX 75605
$650 - $1,016
1 - 2 Beds
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Wellington Grande
Longview, TX 75605
$880 - $1,544
1 - 3 Beds
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Hunters Crossing
Longview, TX 75605
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1 - 2 Beds
The Reserve at Towne Crossing
Longview, TX 75605
$800 - $1,370
1 - 3 Beds
Westco Properties
Longview, TX 75601
$900 - $1,850
2 - 4 Beds
The Timbers
Longview, TX 75601
$590 - $890
1 - 3 Beds
Pine Grove Apartments
Longview, TX 75602
$690 - $1,070
1 - 4 Beds
Parkway Gardens Apartments
Longview, TX 75605
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1 - 2 Beds
Panther Place
Longview, TX 75604
$825 - $925
1 - 2 Beds
Saddle Brook Apartments
Longview, TX 75604
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1 - 2 Beds
Regency Park
Longview, TX 75604
$613 - $1,083
1 - 3 Beds
Preston Creek
Longview, TX 75604
$500 - $633
1 - 2 Beds
Summer Lake
Longview, TX 75605
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1 - 2 Beds
Pinehurst Apartment Homes
Longview, TX 75601
$525 - $750
1 - 3 Beds
Summer Brook
Longview, TX 75604
$756 - $1,100
1 - 3 Beds
Summer Green
Longview, TX 75605
$542 - $934
1 - 2 Beds
Oak Hollow
Longview, TX 75601
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1 - 2 Beds
King's Manor
Longview, TX 75605
$540 - $825
1 - 3 Beds
Tree House Apartments
Longview, TX 75602
$700 - $995
1 - 3 Beds
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Guide to Longview

Longview Apartments For Rent

You’ve never seen a hot air balloon race until you’ve seen the Great Texas Balloon Race in Longview. Located in eastern Texas, Longview is a city that began on the hopes of prosperity and has been building on it ever since. With 54.8 square miles of area and a population of more than 80,000, in 2014 Longview was ranked by Forbes as the sixth “Fastest-Growing Small City in the United States.” Experience “Real East Texas” with life in Longview.

The original site of Longview was founded in 1850, but the town wasn’t incorporated until 1871, with Ossamus Hitch Methvin at the helm of it all, even coming up with the name. Methvin had sold land cheaply to Southern Pacific Railroad in hopes that they would construct a line toward his land. In the year of its incorporation, train service began at Longview. The city began developing around two points of the Texas & Pacific track and saw much wealth to the city, so much so that banking institutions began moving to the area as well.

As if the city was not prospering enough, in the late 1930s, the East Texas Oil Field was discovered and it was the biggest (and still is the biggest) in the world. This sparked a huge oil boom. The city didn’t see much recession of this boom, and in the 1950s construction surpassed even that of the 1930s. The population increased by 63 percent by the end of the decade. After its centennial, the city had shed the image of being a small town as it not only had grown in wealth and population, but some big-city amenities, such as the arts, had come to the city as well.

Things to Do in Longview:

There are so many fun and amazing things to do in Longview. This city is full of life, heritage, art, and everything else that you could imagine. Take time out of your schedule and explore all that Longview has to offer; family fun, museums, art, recreation, and so much more.

If you have a family, then you’re in luck because there are a lot of great things for the whole family to get into. Even if you don’t have kids, you and your friends can still partake. Take your fun to new heights at the Air U Indoor Trampoline Playground. Play arcade games and amp up the competition with your family and friends at Laser X. Climb, repel, and zip through the forest canopy at Thomas Falls Zipline Challenge Course. Use paint in a different way at Longview Paintball Sports.

When it comes to museums in Longview, there are not a whole lot, but they are definitely worth visiting. The Gregg County Historical Museum is inside the Everett Building downtown and contains various exhibits of photos and artifacts that show the county’s development. The R.G. LeTourneau Museum serves as commemoration to this amazing inventor of oil and earth-moving equipment, with models of many of his great creations. History of the oil field comes to life at the East Texas Oil Museum. The Longview Museum of Fine Arts is home to a large collection of art including paintings, sculptures, jewelry and more.

Speaking of the Museum of Fine Arts, there are fantastic examples of not only visual, but performing arts in Longview as well. All ages can gain education in performing arts at the ArtsView Children’s Theatre. See the wonderful productions put on by the Longview Ballet Theatre at the S.E. Belcher, Jr Chapel and Performance Center on  LeTourneau University’s campus. Marvel at the hard work and beautiful sounds of the Longview Symphony Orchestra and the professional musicians that it is composed of. Also presenting the city with moving melodies is the East Texas Symphonic Band as they host four concerts a season.

Get out and enjoy nature with recreation in Longview. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of life and head to one of the RV Campgrounds in the city, such as the Riverside RV Park. Go camping and fishing at Lake O’ the Pines, located on Cypress Creek. There are also several golf courses in and around the city, such as Wood Hollow Golf Club, to tee off and work on your swing.

What to Consider When Moving to Longview:

Every city is unique in its own way and has its fun little facts. Before moving to an apartment in Longview, try looking into some of those things as some things about a city are rather important to your life there. One thing that could affect your life in Longview, in a good way of course, is the array of festival and events that take place in the city.

The events and festivals in Longview attract thousands of visitors to the city each year. These events take place during various times of the year, all year long. In January the Boat & RV Show takes place, an event that began in 1982. This is a three-day event that showcases boats, RVs, yachts, fun activities for the kids, and entertainment. Each February, participate in the Freeze Your Fanny event which includes a bike tour, 5k, and 10k runs — and the proceeds go towards Special Olympics.

In March, one of the best antique shows in Texas comes to town – Annual Zonta Antique Show & Sale. Beginning in 1976, this event has over 50 dealers of unique pieces. Celebrate the arts at AlleyFest each May, an event that began in 1978 and is hosted by One Hundred Acres of Heritage Main Street Program.

Having begun in Linden, Texas, the T-Bone Walker Blues Fest moved to Longview and has since been held here annually, bringing cars, bikes, music, and the fans to one place, the Maude Cobb Activity center. In July, the Great Texas Balloon Race takes place at the East Texas Regional Airport, just south of the city. This history of this event began in Longview, by Longview Mall managers, in 1978.

Why Longview Apartments Are Hot:

If you are looking for a place that offers a strong sense of community, heritage, culture, and recreation, then the Longview apartments on Apartment Finder are perfect for you. These apartments will put you in the midst of all these things after moving to Longview. You will have the luxury of living in a mid-sized city with small-town charm and big-city amenities – what more could you ask for? All the family-friendly activities make entertaining little ones a breeze, the museums and performing arts make for great nights out, and the recreation can keep everyone cool, calm, and collected. Moving to Longview will give you a taste of “Real East Texas.”

Why Longview?

  • The Great Texas Balloon Race has taken place in Longview since 1978.
  • Longview is home to LeTourneau University and Kilgore College.
  • Longview hosts several annual events, such as AlleyFest and the Zonta Antique Show.
  • Major employers in Longview include Eastman Chemical and Dana Corporation.
  • The Maude Cobb Convention Center hosts shows, exhibits, concerts, and rodeos.
  • Longview’s many parks offer everything from playgrounds to hiking trails to a dog park.