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98 apartments for rent near Plant City, FL

3108 MAGNOLIA GARDEN DRIVE
Plant City
4 Bed
$1,400
6817 Durant Rd
Plant City
3 Bed
$1,200
2205 VIA NAPOLI STREET
Plant City
4 Bed
$1,750
3613 TRAPNELL RIDGE DRIVE
Plant City
3 Bed
$1,300
4010 THACKERY WAY
Plant City
4 Bed
$2,000
Trapnell Grove Loop
Plant City
4 Bed
$1,360
2302 Maki Rd #78
Plant City
2 Bed
$875
3612 Blossom Country Trail
Plant City
3 Bed
$2,000
2052 Greenwood Valley Dr
Plant City
3 Bed
$1,300
1103 Johnson Loop
Plant City
3 Bed
$1,224
Results within 5 miles of Plant City, FL
Town Center at Lakeside Village Apartments
1555 Village Center Dr
1 Bed
$1,103
2 Bed
$1,220
3 Bed
$1,454
3802 ROLLINGSFORD CIRCLE
Hampton Hills South
3 Bed
$1,250
4104 COPPER CANYON BOULEVARD
Valrico
3 Bed
$1,940
2605 Valencia Grove Drive
Sugarloaf Ridge
4 Bed
$1,800
4629 Old Road 37
Lakeland
1 Bed
$850
Topher Trl
Imperial Lakes
2 Bed
$2,000
1410 SUMMERGATE DRIVE
Valrico
3 Bed
$1,300
2330 W Patterson St
Lakeland
3 Bed
$600
3061 Jordan Heights Ct
Lakeland
3 Bed
$1,219
12253 BROADWATER LOOP
Thonotosassa
5 Bed
$9,800
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City Guide
Plant City
Good to Know

That’s no joke about the sinkholes. This community originally started out as farmland, and there’s still quite a bit of agriculture going on in these parts. Unfortunately, past farming techniques led to excess water seepage, which led to sinkholes. Eek. But no matter, Plant City is also the Winter Strawberry Capital of the World. From late February to early March every year, hardcore, strawberry-lovin Floridians converge on Plant City to savor the fruits of the farmhands labors and enjoy parades, contests, exhibits and the crowning of the Queen and her court. That means, by the way, youll definitely need a car. And hopefully a middling liking of strawberries.

What you dont need, wonderfully, is a long lead-time to find a place to live. Rents are low and vacancies are high, which is great news for apartment hunters. Some areas boast of vacancy rates as high as 17 percent, so feel free to swoop down last minute or be extra picky about your wants and needs. One more thing, a lot of apartment buildings are old school, so if youre looking for a sweet 2-bedroom rental close to downtown, you may have to actually go downtown and search on foot. Websites for complexes are few and far between.

Weather

Pretty much all of Floridas weather can be summed up with the three Hs: hot, humid, hurricanes. It’s wet and wild out here, especially since Plant City isn’t far from the ocean. It has seen its share of destructive hurricanes, so having solid living accommodations or aplace to retreat to is a sensible plan. Still, people tend to have a pretty laid-back attitude towards tropical storms, so maybe you should gauge your reaction based on your neighbors rather than the news crew desperate for viewers.

The weather also tells you what you should look for in a home rental. You’ll want something sturdy, sure, but also something with a screened porch. Hot and humid summers bring not only torrential rainfall midday, but they also attract mosquitoes at dawn and dusk, and dengue fever doesn’t go with your guayabera shirt.

Districts

There are oodles of neighborhoods in Plant City, but there are some main areas to consider. Inexpensive rents are great, but research thoroughly before settling in, there’s no rush (unless theres a rush).

Moriczville:Particularly diverse, which means awesome food at the minimum. But it also has plenty of mobile homes, which is good news if you want that but not so enticing if you don’t.

Midway/Mount Eton:Midway has some of the lowest rents for studios and 1- and 2-bedroom apartments. The vacancy rate is a comfy, cozy 13 percent. Take that abundance and find something special. Also, this is a popular final spot for retirees, so get accustomed to shuffle board.

Coronet/Youmans:Like corned beef? You'll be in the right place here.

Turkey Creek:Turkey Creek has moderate rents for condos, town homes, houses and apartments, but its mostly owner-occupied.

Hopewell:With the lowest rents, the highest vacancy rate, and scads of mobile homes, this is a grungier area. Carpooling is popular here, which is great for the Earth, but it’s probably best to stay clear of this area unless money is the single determinant.

City Center:Why not be close to all the action, the chain stores, shopping, and hot dining spots? Oh, maybe because City Center is the most expensive district in PC, at least for rentals. It is walkable, quiet and older, but convenience is the main draw.

Local Adventure

Plant City is big on character, even if its small on rents. The poverty rate is a little noticeable depending on the area and education levels, unsurprisingly, are on the lower end, but there’s one very important, highly essential, and unforgettable detail that makes living here worthwhile. Dinosaur World! It features over 150 life-sized dinosaurs. Jurassic Park ain't got nothing on this place. Everything else just can’t compete. Plant City has highs and lows, but it has the potential to be an amazing place for those who want more land and a rural lifestyle that’s still close to a big city. It’s struggling, but its improving day by day. Getting in now ensures low rents and a great, welcoming community. Hang in there, and one day this will be one of the best places to live in the state.