I’m moving out of my sorority’s house but still want to be nearby. Are there any apartments in Gainesville near Sorority Row?

Photo of Wildflower Luxury Apartment HomesWildflower is a community in Gainesville located in the Sorority Row area and just minutes from UF campus.
Moving out of your sorority's house is a big step since while living there you have the convenience of being close to campus, having hot meals daily, and close friends and study buddies, all in the same place. To find a replacement is going to be difficult, but I'm sure you can find an apartment in Gainesville that has everything you want and need especially in the Sorority Row area. Because this area is in such high demand, you'll need to start looking and sign your lease early. Many other sorority members have the same idea you do, they want to stay nearby to still be able to benefit from the house on a regular basis. This area is also continuously being updated, with new communities frequently being built. There are a variety of different options from basic units to pricier ones with luxury amenities like granite countertops. Here's how to get started on your search once you have an idea of what you're looking for in a new place.

Finding a student apartment in Gainesville near Sorority Row will be really easy! You can head to SwampRentals.com and use the easy apartment search guide. This apartment search guide allows users to narrow down their search for their new apartment in Gainesville by over 300 different criteria. This would include from lease length to number of bedrooms to certain community amenities and finally distance from a specific address or location or location in a specific neighborhood. All you have to do to get started is click "Find Your Apartment" and then down on the left-hand side you’ll see the different criteria which you can choose from for your apartment in Gainesville. Go to the section that says "Neighborhood" and you will see the different neighborhoods in Gainesville. Once you click on Sorority Row & South Gville", it will populate all of the options of apartments in Gainesville located in that neighborhood. If you want to be a little more specific, go ahead and find the section that says "Distance to a Location" and input the address of your sorority house into the blank space. After you finish inputting the address, move the bars underneath so that they reflect the distance, in miles, you want your apartment in Gainesville to be from your sorority house. Once you do this, our easy apartment search guide on SwampRentals will automatically list all the apartments in Gainesville within that distance of the location you provide. Poof! You have a new apartment in Gainesville near Sorority Row within walking distance of your sorority house. 

Keep in mind the information we shared earlier about this being an area that is in high demand. Because of that, there is a lot of communities and businesses all in a small area of space which makes parking a bit of an issue and sometimes communities are unable to provide sufficient parking for all of their residents. If you have a car, make sure that the unit you are renting either has a parking lot or garage or offers street parking for residents. If your community doesn't provide enough parking, then you may have the option to purchase a city parking decal to be able to park on the street nearby. Check with the office staff at your apartment in Gainesville and they should be able to advise you on how to obtain one of those decals. I know this is a lot to worry about, but do your best to not worry, Gainesville is tailored towards students so there are plenty of student accommodations scattered all throughout the city to make your life and apartment in Gainesville the best it can be.
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