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57 apartments for rent in Baton Rouge, LA

The Park On Bluebonnet
8008 Bluebonnet Blvd
1 Bed
$1,015
2 Bed
$1,105
3 Bed
$1,680
Tuscany Villas
10732 S Mall Dr
1 Bed
$989
2 Bed
$1,218
3 Bed
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Oakleigh
11580 Perkins Rd
1 Bed
$936
2 Bed
$1,004
Tiger Manor
3000 July St
Studio
$750
1 Bed
$731
2 Bed
$803
The Terraces at Perkins Rowe
10202 Perkins Rd
Studio
$1,115
1 Bed
$1,213
2 Bed
$1,681
The District
5500 Perkins Rd
1 Bed
$1,199
2 Bed
$1,524
11666 Fairhaven
Broadmoor/Sherwood
3 Bed
$1,500
17432 Copperfield
Shenandoah
3 Bed
$1,550
6803 Government St.
Mid City South
4 Bed
$2,200
8052 Bayou Fountain Ave
Highlands/Perkins
2 Bed
$950
313 KIMMERIDGE
Broadmoor/Sherwood
4 Bed
$1,850
1362 Brightside Dr
Highlands/Perkins
3 Bed
$1,575
4000 Lake Beau Pre Blvd
Highlands/Perkins
3 Bed
$1,400
733 Arlington Ave
Mid City South
2 Bed
$1,100
232 Highland Creek Pkwy
Highlands/Perkins
3 Bed
$1,600
255 Oklahoma St
Highlands/Perkins
2 Bed
$795
12511 SETTLEMENT CT.
Broadmoor/Sherwood
3 Bed
$1,550
14545 Commission Ave
Shenandoah
3 Bed
$1,575
4050 Jefferson Ave
Mid City North
3 Bed
$1,100
814 Geranium St.
Highlands/Perkins
3 Bed
$995
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City Guide
Baton Rouge
Tips on Renting:

Look for Good Deals : The city is growing at a fantastic pace, and lucky for you, new construction and building projects are managing to keep up. This means that finding an apartment shouldn’t be too daunting of a task, and since there are plenty to choose from, many complexes are waiving application fees or offering specials. Don’t be afraid to name your price – the worst they can say is no.

Beat the Heat : You may be aware that Baton Rouge is located in the southern part of the United States. You may also be aware that the south can get hot. And I mean, hot. Baton Rouge is classified as a humid, subtropical climate. In layman’s terms, this means mild winters (woohoo!) and hot, humid summers (boo). Having air conditioning in your apartment is a huge benefit. Having a pool at your apartment is an even huger benefit.

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Ready to start narrowing down the zip codes? Here’s a brief outline of some of the most promising (or most avoidable) locations to hang your southern hat.

Downtown: Although the downtown area is a popular destination for nightlife and entertainment, not many people actually live here. Construction on condominiums in this area is starting to pick up, but the rent can get a little pricey.

Spanish Town: One of the oldest neighborhoods in Baton Rouge, it’s also one of the hippest places to live. Home to a diverse population of free thinkers, Spanish Town also hosts the largest Mardi Gras parade in the city each year, so you know these residents like to get down.

Mid City: Known as an “artsy” neighborhood, an eclectic group of people call this place home. Due to several urban renewal projects, Mid City has generated an increased amount of interest of late and is an up-and-coming area of Baton Rouge.

LSU: Baton Rouge is home to the beloved Louisiana State University, who’s students all reside in the LSU / Lakeshore area. Although the bars and restaurants are hopping and the lakeshore itself offers many exercise options (walking, running and biking), the population is predominantly young college kids…so take that however you’d like.