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Apartments in North Baton Rouge -- Offering a Little Bit of Everything

 

North Baton Rouge takes up just over 12 square miles and stretches north from Evangeline Street, up the I-110 corridor, and over to the Mississippi River.  This is also the neighborhood where you'll find Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport, so even if you don't end up living here, you'll most certainly wind up here at some point!
 
 
Here's what you can expect if you rent an apartment in North Baton Rouge:
 
 
-  College spirit
 
 
LSU may be the biggest school in town, but it's not the only one!  On Scott's Bluff, which overlooks the Mississippi River and sits just west of Route 61, you'll find Southern University and A&M College.  This historically Black college first opened its doors in 1880 in New Orleans, before moving to its current location on the north side of Baton Rouge.  Today, the school is home to more than 6,000 students, successful sports teams, and a marching band that's known all over the country as the "Human Jukebox".
 
 
-  Lots of soul
 
 
Thanks in large part to the students, faculty, and staff at Southern University, North Baton Rouge is a hub for soul food.  Ethel's Snack Shack lives up to its "shack" name, but inside, you'll find unbelievable red beans and rice, cornbread muffins, and meat that's so tender that they don't even give you a knife!
 
 
Don't worry, though, there are plenty of Cajun and Creole treats on this side of town, too!  So, no matter what your taste buds are in the mood for, you'll find it in North Baton Rouge.
 
 
-  Affordable living expenses
 
 
On average, North Baton Rouge tends to be a more affordable part of town than the rest.  So, if you're looking for an apartment that won't break your budget -- but that's also centrally-located -- North Baton Rouge is a great place to start your search.
 
 
-  Lots of green space 
 
 
When you rent an apartment in North Baton Rouge, you'll have close access to all of the amenities you'd expect to find in a bustling state capital.  Luckily, you'll also have close access to plenty of parks where you can get up close with Mother Nature.
 
 
There are more than half a dozen city parks in North Baton Rouge.  One of the biggest is Anna T. Jordan Community Park, which covers nearly 40 acres.  Inside, you'll find tons of walking and biking trails, an entire aquatics program, youth baseball and basketball programs, and plenty of open space to have a relaxing picnic.
 
 
Want an afternoon that's totally unique?  Head to BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo, where you can "Geaux Wild" with the local wildlife!