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Apartments in South Baton Rouge -- Right in the Heart of the Action


Located along the banks of the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is Louisiana's capital city. The Baton Rouge metropolitan area is home to more than 800,000 people, two universities, and countless business opportunities. But if you want an apartment that's right in the center of it all, you want an apartment in South Baton Rouge.


Here's why:


- You'll be steps away from LSU


Even if you're not in school, living near LSU is a thrill. This is where you'll find the pulse of the entire city. Saturdays here during college football season are, arguably, the biggest and best in the entire country! You'll be able to eat, drink, and meet people in a sea of purple and gold.

But even on its quietest days, the LSU campus is an amazing place to be. The live oaks and magnolia trees hover peacefully over the campus' 2,000 acres, and most of the university's historic buildings sit right on the Mississippi River.


And because the apartments near the LSU campus are always trying to impress tech-savvy students, you'll find modern amenities like state-of-the-art media centers, green features, and even wifi at the pool.


Another benefit to living near campus? You'll be able to ride the Tiger Trails Transit System for free, even if you're not a student.

Finally, LSU is one of the area's biggest employers, so if working on campus appeals to you, living close by is the natural choice.


- You'll have endless job potential


The area of South Baton Rouge also includes the city's Central Business District. Located from I-110 west to the banks of the Mississippi River, from Government Street up to North Street, Baton Rouge packs a lot of industry into this 0.3 square miles!


Even if you don't land a job in One America Place or one of the Chase Towers, this area is home to cafes, boutiques, hotels, spas, and a variety of professional businesses -- so no matter what you're interested in, you'll find it here!


- More affordable apartment options than you think


You don't necessarily have to spend a fortune on a South Baton Rouge apartment. In fact, city leaders have specifically revitalized the downtown area with diversity in mind -- and that includes budget diversity. However, the closer you want to live to the Mississippi River, the more you'll likely pay in rent every month.


This is a popular place to live, though, as evidenced by the apartment building boom that's been going on here ever since the Great Recession ended. As a result, you'll have plenty of neighbors that you can meet and be friends with!