Finding Apartments for Rent in Savannah, GA
With all the older apartments in the Downtown Historic District, the Midtown Victorian District and Southside neighborhoods, plus the plethora of new condos and apartment complexes built over the past decade or so, you should have no problem finding the perfect fit for you. Whether your plan is to get close to work, to shopping areas or to cultural attractions, there is something for everyone in Savannah.
Top Neighborhoods in Savannah, GA
Savannah cannot grow to the east because of the Atlantic Ocean, nor can it expand north due to the Savannah River. Therefore, the city has grown to the south (Richmond Hill) and west (Pooler, West Chatham). There are many rentals available in these neighborhoods; dozens of complexes have sprouted up in recent years. People often move to West Chatham and Pooler because of the growing industrial facilities. Companies with corporate headquarters there include Gulfstream Aerospace, International Paper, JCB Americas and several others.
Cultural Attractions in Savannah, GA
The great majority of cultural attractions and performing arts venues are located in the Historic District. There are the Telfair Museum of Arts, Central of Georgia Railroad Shops and Terminal, and for performing arts, the Savannah Civic Center, which hosts some 900 events per year.
Shopping in Savannah, GA
There are innumerable strip shopping centers, usually anchored by a supermarket, and located in close proximity to the various subdivisions and neighborhoods. Savannah has at least five Walmart Super Centers, placed strategically near the market area's population centers. There are two malls, Oglethorpe Mall and Savannah Mall, both located Southside on Abercorn Street, about seven miles apart. Abercorn Street is home to a large part of Savannah's shopping facilities, in fact it is the commercial hub for pretty much the whole county. You'll find almost all the new car dealers, many dining choices, from fast food to upscale and family restaurants, retail stores and shops of every genre, drug stores, food stores, medical offices and clinics/hospitals/nursing homes.
Dining in Savannah, GA
Situated just twenty miles from the Atlantic ocean, Savannah has ready access to fresh seafood daily. Locally caught varieties include shrimp, flounder, red snapper, sea bass, oysters and many others, which are then prepared using world renowned recipes by some of the finest seafood restaurants in America. Wherever you decide to rent an apartment in the Savannah area, you won't be far from fabulous seafood dining. And, by no means is seafood the only dish available. The city has countless barbecue specialists, steak houses and even Latin inspired fare.
On East Broad Street in the Historic District, you have the internationally famous Pirates House, with its 15 separate and uniquely intriguing dining rooms. Their menu includes seafood, steaks, southern fried chicken and Savannah Red Rice. In the middle of the Midtown Victorian District you can revel in historic splendor at Elizabeth on 37th. There are privately owned rentals all over Midtown, where rents range from $500 to $2500. On the Southside, there's family dining at Carey Hilliard's, which specializes in barbecue and seafood. There are scores of restaurants on the Southside, as well as hundreds of apartments.
Nightlife in Savannah, GA
Most of the evening action is, again, found in the Historic District, primarily centered around Savannah's world famous River Street Plaza. Located downtown, right on the Savannah River, River Street hosts dozens of interesting bars, night clubs, live music, restaurants and shops. Some of the most popular "after dark" establishments on River Street and nearby are Savannah Smiles Dueling Pianos Saloon, the Moon River Brewing Company and the Live Wire Music Hall.
On the Southside, notable night time attractions include Doubles Night Club on Abercorn Street and the Island Breeze on Montgomery Crossroads. Speaking of islands, venture out to Tybee Island for some of the best evening entertainment around Savannah. You'll want to try Doc's Bar on Tybee on 16th Street and Benny's Tybee Tavern on Butler Drive.
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