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    Apartments Between Gainesville and Ocala

    Between Gainesville and Ocala

    As we've gotten to know our renters, we've discovered that there are many with unique school and employment scenarios, especially if you're coupled up! It's not uncommon for significant others to be working in opposite cities. You may be arriving to Gainesville for your better half to attend graduate school at UF while you were able to secure employment in Ocala. Or, perhaps you secured employment in Ocala but prefer the livelier culture that Gainesville is known for. If you're looking for an apartment between Gainesville and Ocala, you might be surprised to learn that there isn't much between these two charming Florida cities besides farmland and horse country. While there really aren't apartments for rent in between Gainesville and Ocala, we can help you find the most convenient apartments in Gainesville that help cut down on commute time to Ocala, so you still feel close while getting all the benefits of living in Gainesville.

    Feel Close to Ocala in Your Gainesville Apartment

    While you won't be able to find many places to live between Gainesville and Ocala that will meet your needs, you most certainly can find an excellent apartment community in Gainesville. Gainesville has a wide variety of apartments to fit your lifestyle and budget. We've already done most of the legwork for you by creating this page! Here, we've narrowed down a list of apartments by location that will help place you closer to Ocala by cutting down on your commute time. I-75 and US 441 are both the major highways into and out of Ocala. These apartments are closer to the Williston Rd. and I-75 exit, as well as US 441, both of which easily shave 15-20 minutes off of your commute. Geographically, this region is considered the southern part of Gainesville. Check out our neighborhood guides for Archer Road and Sorority Row & South for more information on the culture and attractions of each of these unique locales. Apartments in this area are also near major Gainesville roadways and local institutions like the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center and University of Florida which still make apartments in this region convenient for those commuting to school or local employment.

    Features and Amenities

    The variety of features, floorplans, price points, and amenities offered for apartments in this area of Gainesville are abundant. There is a nice mix of student and non-student communities that appeal to a variety of lifestyles and needs. From one-bedroom layouts to larger, 3-bedroom floorplans that offer more square footage for growing families, you'll find the space you need often at rent prices under $1,000/month or under $600/month! You'll benefit from fully equipped kitchens with complete appliance packages, storage space, pet-friendly policies, washers and dryers, and more. Nearly every community offers desirable amenities like pools, fitness centers, and even dog parks and playgrounds for the littlest residents.
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