Arizona-Tucson

NWR- Tucson Apartments?

Hi everyone! We may be moving to the Tucson area- can anyone recommend a nice apartment? We're looking to pay $1000-$1500 a month. Thank you so much in advance for any info!

Re: NWR- Tucson Apartments?

  • edited December 2011
    How many bedrooms?  Which side of town?  Any other preferences?
  • av777av777
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    edited December 2011
    A 2 bedroom apartment would be ideal. As to what side of town, I guess northwest? I have heard that that is the best area. Thank you for your help!
  • edited December 2011
    Oro Valley is the nice area on the far(!) northwest side of town.  This apartment complex is supposed to be nice and you can get a 2-3 bedroom apartment in that price range:

    Oro Vista Luxury Apartments

    1301 West Lambert Lane

    Oro Valley, AZ 85737

    Call: 1 (866) 603-8130

    I live on the far east side of town.  To be quite honest, in your price range you could easily find a very nice spacious home or condo to rent.  Most nice apartments will run between $800-1000, and I know of very nice, 1500 square feet + homes that rent between $1000-1500 a month. 

    Far northwest, the foothills, far east side/north east (east of harrison or houghton, north of 22nd street), oro valley, vail, and rita ranch are all very nice, generally quiet & family friendly parts of town.  There are good neighborhoods in between as well, but you just have to do your research.  
  • edited December 2011
    $1000-$1500 in Tucson will get you a very nice apartment, or even as jennyp said a house.  You shouldn't have a problem finding something nice.  I lived at Finesterra on the East side and that was a 2 bedroom for around $1000 a month.  It was a very nice complex, beautiful and spacious apartments. 
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  • edited December 2011
    The Springs at Silverbell NOT Coachline! There are newer ones up by Oro Valley but I live in the Springs and it is very nice. The Willams Centre apartments on Broadway are very very nice, more like condos.
    -The Future Mrs. Rystrom
  • av777av777
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    edited December 2011
    Thanks, you guys! Everyone here is so helpful. :) I will look into the apartments you suggested. Thanks again!
  • edited December 2011
    WHen I looked at apartments, I thought the Pushe Ridge Apartments were ideal due to location, price, and layout. I haven't seen the inside of Oro Vista Apartments. However, they look nice from the outside. The NW, specifically Oro Valley, is a nice area. However, if you're working on the east side of town, or even down town, it can feel like it's too far out. I don't know... I still prefer to live in the NW, but for some it may be too far from the rest of the city. 
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