Find Apartments Near 42nd Street in Tampa, FL

42nd Street

Residents looking for a place to live near the University of South Florida area can find a great selection of apartment communities located near 42nd Street. Just over a mile long, 42nd Street connects Bruce B. Downs Blvd and Fletcher Ave, two of the most popular roads in this area of Tampa. Many commuters use 42nd Street to avoid heavy traffic during rush hour or accidents along other roads, which means residents living in this area can often get home faster in lighter traffic. Since 42nd Street apartments are located close to shopping centers and the university, there is a high demand for rental communities and therefore a wide variety of options for residents.

Things to Do Near 42nd Street Apartments

Living in an apartment along 42nd Street brings you closer to the excitement of Tampa, which includes entertainment like outdoor activities, theme parks and modern museums. Below are a few examples of fun activities, but you can find more information in this TripAdvisor list.

  • Bay Area Renaissance Festival at MOSI: Located just a few moments from 42nd Street apartments, this renaissance festival is held for several weekends each year on the grounds near MOSI. Themed weekends, exciting performances, unique food and kid-friendly events make this a fantastic event to look forward to each year.
  • Ybor City: While it's no secret that Ybor City is the destination for nightlife and parties in the Tampa area, it also has a great selection of shops, cultural events and restaurants for trips during the day. Popular events in Ybor City include Gasparilla, Tampa Pride, Wine & Chocolate Festival and several holiday parades.
  • Lake Lettuce Regional Park: When you have an urge to explode the outdoors, apartments near 42nd Street are a few blocks away from this gorgeous Tampa park. Lake Lettuce is a 240-acre park that features paths for bicycles and joggers, playgrounds, kayaking, fishing and even guided nature tours. The large, covered pavilions and on-site grills are perfect for celebrations and get-togethers year-round.

Tips for Living in 42nd Street Apartments

Some residents looking for apartments near 42nd Street may be attending or planning to attend the University of South Florida. Certain amenities may be more useful and beneficial to students with a busy schedule, like all-inclusive apartments which include features like utilities and furniture in the monthly rent. Additionally, students may be interested in roommate matching to facilitate the moving process by making it easier to find future roommates. It may be difficult to find a roommate on your own if you are new to the area – roommate matching is a great way to get started when moving to a new town.

Residents who want to keep a tight budget and save money can find apartments near 42nd Street that have useful community amenities for residents, such as 24-fitness centers and swimming pools available free of charge. This can help you avoid commutes to the gym or nearby rec center, as well as eliminate the need for a gym membership. In addition, 24-hour fitness centers can be a lifesaver for residents who have atypical work hours and want to get some exercise whenever free time opens up.

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