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3400 Varsity Dr, Tyler, TX 75701
$565 - $640 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 508-5807

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1505 W Grande Blvd, Tyler, TX 75703
$819 - $1,149 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 253-0863

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4411 Kinsey Dr, Tyler, TX 75703
$800 - $1,250 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 705-6173

Updated 2 weeks ago
2611 S SSE Loop, Tyler, TX 75701
$590 - $800 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 405-2730

Updated 8 hours ago
5872 Old Jacksonville Hwy, Tyler, TX 75703
$872 - $2,038 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 617-5047

Updated 8 hours ago
6003 Old Bullard Rd, Tyler, TX 75703
$685 - $1,144 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 253-5340

Updated 1 day ago
5621 Old Bullard Rd, Tyler, TX 75703
$576 - $907 | 1 - 2 Beds

(346) 231-1461

Updated 1 day ago
2911 Shiloh Rd, Tyler, TX 75703
$615 - $825 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 253-0714

Updated 1 day ago
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1909 Sybil Ln, Tyler, TX 75703
$629 - $980 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 274-4713

Updated 1 day ago
2801 Calloway Rd, Tyler, TX 75707
$719 - $1,099 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 617-5083

Updated 2 days ago
2310 Haverhill Dr, Tyler, TX 75707
$1,150 - $1,295 | 2 Beds

(903) 705-1018

Updated 3 days ago
323 Chimney Rock Dr, Tyler, TX 75703
$564 - $1,015 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 253-0653

Updated 6 days ago
6100 Hollytree Dr, Tyler, TX 75703
$600 - $765 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 253-0864

Updated 6 days ago
322 Chimney Rock Dr, Tyler, TX 75703
$735 - $870 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 253-0687

Updated 1 week ago
1600 Rice Rd, Tyler, TX 75703
$585 - $890 | Studio - 2 Beds

(903) 253-0838

Updated 1 week ago
701 Shiloh Rd, Tyler, TX 75703
$870 | 2 Beds

(903) 253-0842

Updated 1 week ago
2601 S Southeast Loop 323, Tyler, TX 75701
$619 - $779 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 705-7606

Updated 1 week ago
5207 Hollytree Dr, Tyler, TX 75703
$675 - $855 | 1 - 2 Beds

(903) 617-5082

Updated 2 weeks ago
2051 W Cumberland Rd, Tyler, TX 75703
$1,029 - $1,374 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 253-0550

Updated 7 hours ago
5348 Old Jacksonville Hwy, Tyler, TX 75703
$924 - $1,314 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 253-0661

Updated 7 hours ago
4055 Hogan Dr, Tyler, TX 75709
$687 - $3,313 | Studio - 4 Beds

(844) 260-8740

Updated 8 hours ago
4350 Old Omen Rd, Tyler, TX 75707
$790 - $1,400 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 871-8487

Updated 1 day ago
5058 Paluxy Dr, Tyler, TX 75703
$829 - $1,169 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 253-0652

Updated 1 day ago
4901 Kinsey Dr, Tyler, TX 75703
$664 - $975 | 1 - 2 Beds

(760) 389-4151

Updated 1 day ago
3220 Walton Rd, Tyler, TX 75701
$658 - $875 | 1 - 3 Beds

(903) 705-4873

Updated 1 day ago
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Tyler, TX Apartments for Rent

You’ll never see more roses in one city than you will in Tyler. Nicknamed the “Rose Capital of the World,” Tyler has a large quantity of rose bushes being processed in the area, as well as the largest rose garden in the U.S. Spanned across the 54.4 square miles of the city is a population of 100,000 people.

In 1846, Smith County was created and the central area of the county became the county seat, Tyler – named for President John Tyler. The building of the town began with five roads going north and south, four roads going east and west, and a small courthouse. The first election was held that August to choose the county judge, county clerk, district clerk, sheriff, assessor and collector. The city government was incorporated two years later. By 1860, the population was 1, 024 and flour and grist mills industries were flourishing.

Tyler was the site of Texas’ largest Confederate ordinance plant during the Civil War. Camp Ford was built in 1863 as a Confederate prison four miles from the city. By 1900 there were more than one million fruit trees, but a peach blight wiped out much of the fruit industry causing many farmers to begin growing roses, which became a great investment. The city had an economic boom in the 1930s when the East Texas oilfield was discovered. With the development of new businesses in the area, the population shot up to more than 28,000 by 1940. Camp Fannin spawned another economic boost during World War II. The city continued to grow and prosper throughout the second half of the 20th Century.

Things to Do in Tyler:

Tyler isn’t the biggest city; however, its size doesn’t stop it from having a large amount of attractions and other great big-city amenities. There are more things to do in Tyler than you might expect, but that’s good. Once you move to a Tyler apartment, you’ll get to experience all these new and exciting things, such as the various family-friendly attractions, the museums filled with art and history, the beautiful rose gardens, the tasty cuisine, and the fantastic shopping.

Whether you’re flying solo or you are moving to Tyler with a family, you will love the different attractions that the city has available. Take a trip to the Caldwell Zoo to see more than 2000 animals from Africa and North and South America. Race go karts, splash in the bumper boats, play mini golf and so much more at Fire Mountain. The Discovery Science Place is perfect for kids of all ages to discover more about the earth, its animals, and science through hands-on fun.

There are many great museums and historic places in Tyler. Antique lovers and historians will love the items held at the Goodman-LeGrand House and Museum. See the historical aircrafts and aviation memorabilia on display at the Historic Aviation Memorial Museum. The Brookshire’s World of Wildlife Museum has more than 450 examples of wildlife on display. Learn the history of this charming city at Tyler’s most beautiful attraction, the Tyler Rose Museum. Be culturally enriched by the amazing works in the exhibits of the Tyler Museum of Art.

Once again, the small city with big-city amenities shows just how great it can be through its cuisine. With a wide variety of palette-pleasing choices, you’ll have a hard time deciding where to go for your next meal. For unique and delicious dishes you have to ty Soju Sushi Bar & Asian Bistro. Experience the great tastes of the Mediterranean with a flavor getaway at Bernard Mediterranean Cuisine. Enjoy the festive and friendly atmosphere as you dine on fantastic meals at Villa Montez Latin Kitchen.

What to Consider When Moving to Tyler:

Before you start packing and moving to Tyler, there are a few things you want to consider. There are wonderful things to see and do in Tyler, but what else is there? There’s actually quite a bit. Make sure you know all those special details about the city and all the things that could affect your decision when choosing between the Tyler apartments on our site.

As mentioned above, Tyler began growing roses as a result of a peach blight. By the 1940s more than half the nation’s supply of rose bushes were grown within ten miles of Tyler. This flourishing business gave rise to the Texas Rose Festival in 1933, which has become one of Tyler’s major attractions, held every October. This festival features enchanting events such as the Queen’s Coronation, the Rose Show, the Queen’s Tea and the Rose Parade. See some of the most beautiful roses ever at the world-famous Tyler Municipal Rose Garden, which has 35,000 rose bushes of more than 500 varieties on 14 acres of land. You can also visit the Goodman-LeGrand House that sits on nine acres of land which includes the LeGrand Rose Garden.

During the Civil War, Camp Ford, also mentioned above, was the largest Confederate Prisoner of War Camp west of the Mississippi River. The Camp Ford stockade is now a public park that features a large collection of graphics that show the details of the camp’s history, a walking trail, and a reconstruction of Lieutenant Colonel J.B. Leake’s cabin.

Not only are there gorgeous roses in Tyler, but there are also two wineries within the city limits that will give you an experience like no other. The Kiepersol Estates Winery & Vineyard may focus on wine, but this is also a terrific food destination as well. You can visit their wine tasting room, distillery, steakhouse restaurant, and even stay at their bed & breakfast while you’re at it. You can’t forget about Pelle Legna Vineyards either. This vineyard and winery produces 100 percent estate-grown wine, hand crafted and bottled on site.

Why Tyler Apartments Are Hot:

Tyler is a prosperous city — one that is still growing. There is a pleasant small-town charm that can be felt throughout the city, but you aren’t lacking in big-city amenities by any means and that’s what makes Tyler apartments so wonderful. Moving to Tyler will be one of the best decisions you ever make as you begin to fall in love with all that it has to offer. The fun attractions, educational and historical museums, the international eateries, the breathtaking roses, and so much more are waiting to greet you in Tyler. This city is truly “A Natural Beauty” as its motto states and once you move here, you’ll see it for yourself.

Why Tyler?

  • Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Goodman House was built in 1859.
  • Major companies located in Tyler include Brookshire Grocery Company, Carrier, and Suddenlink.
  • See Tyler from above with the Adrenaline Rush Zip Line, the longest zip line in Texas.
  • The Cotton Belt Depot, built in 1905, is a unique museum with a Bragg Model Train collection.
  • Buy fresh produce, flowers, and handmade items at the East Texas FRESH farmer’s market.
  • Enjoy wine tastings at local vineyards Kiepersol Estates, Los Pinos Ranch, and Maydell Country Wines.

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