What are some apartments close to midtown?

Neighborhood Setting

Living in midtown has two great things going for it. First, you are in the closest possible living location to most UF classes. Second, living in midtown means you are within walking distance to the numerous midtown bars and restaurants that line University. Another great aspect of living in midtown is the proximity to The Swamp and the O'Connell Center. So, on game days you are only a quick stroll away from being in your seat at the game. If you are dead set on living in midtown, check out the apartments below.

Looking Glass is a great place to start your midtown apartment search. Located just one block north of University, Looking Glass is the ideal location for anyone hoping to live in a prime midtown spot. Commuting to your UF classes is a breeze with just a quick walk across the street. At night, you're located directly behind the full arsenal of midtown bars and restaurants. This can save you tons of time and money on your car commuting costs. With mainly one and two bedroom floor plans, Looking Glass is well suited for anyone looking to live on their own. However, this UF apartment building also has two bedroom options in case you are looking to move in with a friend. Even though it's located in midtown, these apartments come with plenty of great unexpected features. Vaulted ceilings, upgraded countertops, walk-in closets, bay windows, private bathrooms, alarm system, and a washer and dryer are just some of the awesome features you can expect at this midtown apartment.

Located just a few blocks north of University, Nantucket Walk is a haven for anyone hoping to live in midtown. Nantucket Walk is also just a block or two from 13th street, so plenty of restaurant options are within walking distance. Also, and as with any midtown apartment, its proximity to the UF campus means you'll have no (good) reason for being late to class. Nantucket Walk has two bedroom floor plans to choose from, making it a perfect place to live if you already have a friend who's also hoping to live in midtown. Apartments at Nantucket Walk have private bathrooms, a laundry room, spacious dining and living area and a balcony or patio. Bedrooms are 11x12.4 feet, creating a comfortably sized room to call your very own. Like most midtown apartment communities, the lack of space in this area means there aren't a whole lot of community features. However, Nantucket Walk has plenty of great apartment amenities, such as: vaulted ceilings, upgraded countertops, walk-in closets, French doors, private bathrooms, washer and dryer, dishwasher, and much more.

College Park is located just three blocks behind Swamp. Living here means you are in the perfect spot for easy access to the midtown bars and restaurants at night, and only a short walk to UF classes during the day. This midtown apartment community has a broad range of apartment floor plans and layout options. Potential residents can choose from a studio, one, two or three bedroom apartment. UF students will fall in love with the numerous apartment features that makes College Park such a great place to live. A few of the highlights of College Park apartments include luxury amenities like: a fireplace, alarm system, wood floors, a screened balcony or patio, yard, storage space, bay windows, vaulted ceilings, upgraded countertops, walk-in closets, a washer and dryer, and a dishwasher.

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