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5348 Sugar Rd, Edinburg, TX 78539
$760 - $1,195 | Studio - 2 Beds

(844) 837-8910

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1000 E Vermont Ave, McAllen, TX 78503
$710 - $1,035 | 1 - 3 Beds

(956) 683-6356

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300 E Camellia Ave, McAllen, TX 78501
$695 - $1,400 | Studio - 3 Beds

(956) 688-9489

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3301 N K Ctr, McAllen, TX 78501
$830 - $1,299 | 1 - 3 Beds

(956) 688-9456

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4200 N Chai St, Mcallen, TX 78504
$800 - $1,200 | 1 - 2 Beds

(956) 683-6392

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2500 N McColl Rd, McAllen, TX 78503
$875 - $1,526 | 1 - 2 Beds

(956) 294-2413

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4224 N McColl Rd, McAllen, TX 78504
$899 - $1,374 | 1 - 2 Beds

(956) 502-0636

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2417 Colorado St, Mission, TX 78572
$840 - $1,090 | 1 - 2 Beds

(956) 271-6029

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4405 S Shary Rd, Mission, TX 78572
$699 - $1,485 | 1 - 3 Beds

(956) 271-6024

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1701 Sioux Rd, Pharr, TX 78577
$908 - $1,229 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 697-7785

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1101 Dove Ave, McAllen, TX 78504
Call for Rent | 1 - 2 Beds

(956) 683-6367

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3101 N 8th St, McAllen, TX 78501
$650 - $875 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 862-5669

Updated 2 weeks ago
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1200 Nolana Ave, McAllen, TX 78504
$600 - $875 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 401-1279

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1600 Tamarack Ave, McAllen, TX 78501
$575 - $850 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 401-6219

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500 E Camellia Ave, McAllen, TX 78501
$745 - $1,095 | 1 - 3 Beds

(956) 683-6353

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4401 N 6th St, McAllen, TX 78504
$755 - $1,110 | 1 - 3 Beds

(956) 688-9468

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3601 N Bicentennial Blvd, McAllen, TX 78501
$645 - $970 | 1 - 3 Beds

(956) 322-4292

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3100 N J St, McAllen, TX 78501
$795 | 2 Beds

(956) 688-9485

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401 E Camellia Ave, McAllen, TX 78501
$775 - $900 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 214-1932

Updated 1 day ago
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1001 E Redbud Ave, McAllen, TX 78504
$795 - $845 | 2 Beds

(844) 350-4251

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201 E Quamasia Ave, McAllen, TX 78504
$725 - $850 | 1 - 2 Beds

(956) 688-9467

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1400 N 16th St, McAllen, TX 78501
$620 - $975 | 1 - 3 Beds

(956) 378-6227

Updated 2 weeks ago
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3413 N McColl Rd, McAllen, TX 78501
$580 | 1 Bed

(956) 230-6581

Updated 6 days ago
1401 W Dove Ave, McAllen, TX 78504
$585 - $700 | 1 - 2 Beds

(956) 609-4217

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5317 N 17th St, McAllen, TX 78504
$710 - $785 | 2 Beds

(844) 636-5674

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McAllen

McAllen, TX Apartments for Rent

Located in the southwestern tip of Texas, McAllen is about five miles from the US-Mexico border and the Rio Grande. This fast-growing city is a popular shopping destination for residents of South Texas and for visitors from the nearby city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Tourism and international trade play a large role in the area’s economy. International bridges make travel between McAllen and Reynosa more convenient for those wishing to travel between the two cities. The Hidalgo International Bridge opened in 1926 and connects McAllen and Hidalgo to Reynosa, Tamaulipas. The newer Anzalduas International Bridge opened in 2009, and is the easiest, most direct route from the Rio Grande Valley to Mexico City, Mexico and Monterrey, Mexico.

Things to Do in McAllen:

The first thing you’ll want to do after settling into your new McAllen apartment is to go out to dinner! McAllen features some amazing restaurants, pubs, steakhouses, and grills. Try several and find your favorites! After enjoying the area restaurants, check out the shopping! McAllen has it all, from trendy boutiques to major shopping malls. Check out the boutiques and specialty shops in Downtown McAllen, head to Trenton Crossing in North McAllen, and La Plaza Mall in South McAllen — just for starters.

In addition to the amazing shopping and dining, McAllen features beautiful parks and nearby recreation areas. Anzalduas County Park is a 96-acre park on the Rio Grande. It is ideal for boating, camping, and picnicking. Quinta Mazatlan is a World Birding Center, one of only nine such sites.

Falcon Lake State Recreation Area spans 115,000 acres and is jointly owned by the US and Mexico. The park offers boat ramps, RV hookups, and cabins and is ideal for camping, fishing, boating, and water-skiing.

If you are a bookworm and are in search of that fancy novel or a quiet place to get some work done, the McAllen Public Library is the perfect spot. The huge library will leave you speechless — once upon a time, this used to be a Walmart facility!

Time for fun for the kids! McAllen’s Park & Spray Ground is true fun in the sun! It is a great place for the kids on hot days, and there’s even picnic spots perfect for barbecues. Zone Action Park is another jam-packed day for the whole family! There are go-karts, funnel cakes, and mini-golf.

Speaking of golf, golfing is also a popular McAllen pastime, and the Palm View Golf Course, a public course, features a championship 18-hole, par-72 layout. McAllen residents also enjoy art, and the Art District is stunning. The district contains dozens of galleries and the Art Village. The village features galleries, art studios, and restaurants.

Once you rent an apartment in McAllen, you’ll want to take advantage of the amazing weather. The city features a wonderful park system that includes the McAllen Dog Park, bike paths, and the Zinnia Spray Water Park. McAllen’s Wing of the World Birding Center is located in a historic Adobe mansion, the Quinta Mazatlan. This beautiful location features an amphitheater, a pond, a butterfly garden, a hummingbird garden, trails, and more.

What to Consider When Moving to McAllen:

McAllen is located in Hidalgo County and is home to about 141,000 people. The area was first settled in 1904, and its nickname is the “Texas Tropics.” This is a rapidly-growing city with a strong economy based in international trade. Retail, healthcare, and tourism also play a role in McAllen’s economy.

South Texas College, a public community college, is located in McAllen and enrolls about 31,000 students across six campuses. Students can choose from over 100 degree and certificate programs in technology, science, health, and art.

Nature lovers will love living in a McAllen apartment! You’ll be surrounded by beautiful species of birds. You can explore the trails and beautiful gardens to learn about the various types of animal and plant life in the region. McAllen is on the migratory path between North and South America, so there’s a wide variety of birds and butterflies passing though the region.

McAllen is semi-tropical – the average January temperature is 70 degrees. In the summer, it can reach 96 degrees. It doesn’t rain a lot in McAllen – there are just over 21 inches of rain per year, typically during the summer.

Why McAllen Apartments Are Hot:

McAllen’s beautiful temperatures, palm trees, and exotic location create a fantastic place to call home. Your new apartment in McAllen will be surrounded by gorgeous parks and waterways. McAllen is one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas because this area is hot – international trade and fantastic shopping on both sides of the border provides a strong economy and a fun-loving atmosphere.

The city provides endless activities for adults and children.  Tropical birds soar above, and beautiful beaches are just about an hour away for weekend adventures. Rent an apartment in McAllen now and enjoy living in the “City of Palms!”

Why McAllen?

  • Schlitterbahn Beach Water Park features whitewater tube chutes, a wave lagoon, a surf machine, and water coasters.
  • The award-winning Gladys Porter Zoo is located on 31 acres, contains 1,500 species, and is a top-rated zoo.
  • Sports include the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees hockey team and the Rio Grande Valley Dorados arena football league.
  • The Dodge Arena is a 6,800-seat arena hosting concerts, ice hockey, football, soccer, and other events.
  • The International Museum of Art & Science features exhibits, events, educational programs, and more.
  • Enjoy golfing year-round with 31 area golf courses, including 17 public courses and several private clubs.

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