Apartments for Rent in Mobile, AL – Midtown
Located in Mobile’s medical corridor, minutes to Downtown, our guests work where they live, live where they play and play where they work.
With one, two and three bedroom units available, our guests enjoy the spacious floor plans. Ask us about Garages and Screened Balconies.
The Village at Midtown320 Stanton Road Mobile, AL 36617Phone: 251-219-8188
Mon- Fri: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- 12 Month leases offered! Let's work around your schedule.
- Valet Garbage Service
- Limited Early Access Gate
- 5-Hole Putting Green
- Resort Style Clubhouse
- Movie Media Centre
- Club Quality Fitness Centre
- Car Care Centre
- Lavish Pool w/Poolside Lounge
- Garages Available
- Cedar lined, Hot Lava Rock Saunas
- Granite Countertops
- Fully Equipped Modern Kitchens
- In Home Full Size Washer & Dryer
- Screened Balconies Available
- New/Renovated Interior
- Oversized Closets
- Garden Tub
Cats : Allowed
One-time fee : $250.00 Total allowed : Up to 2 are permitted
Dogs : Allowed
One-time fee : $250.00 Total allowed : Up to 2 are permitted Comments : Non agressive breeds allowed with a maximum of 60 lbs allowed. Limit of 2 per apartment.
Details : Olivers Restaurant
Hero’s Sports Bar and Grill
Whitzell’s Down town
The OK Bicycle Shop
Joe Cain Cafe in the Battle House
Details : Winn Dixie
Things To Do
Details : Brown Bag Lunch in Bienville Square music provided ( Spring and Fall)
Dauphin St Historic Tours
Ride the Moda (Mobile’s Down Town free trolley service)
WPA Murals (Watermon/Wells Fargo Bank Building)
Details : Exploreum
Mobile Carnival Museum
Details : Serda’s Coffe Company
Spot Of Tea
Details : British Park
Cooper Riverside Park
Father Ryan Park and Statue
Spanish Plaza / Plaza de Malaya
Arts and Entertainment
Details : Cathederal Square Galary
Tips for Making the Move to Your New Apartment an Easy One
Summer is right around the corner and so is moving season. Moving season? Yes, you might be surprised to discover that summer is the prime time the majority of people move. This season takes place from May 15th to August 31st and more than 65% off all moves occur during this period. What does this mean for you? Well, moving at any time requires prior planning and moving during the prime months of the season can be a breeze as long as you have a timeline, strategy and well-thought-out plan for getting yourself on track.
Hire a Moving Company Early
With so many people packing up and heading to their new homes it’s important to book your moving company as soon as you can. If you wait until the final week or two prior to your move-in date, you will have fewer options to choose from and might end up with a company that is not the best value.
Develop a Realistic Budget
Moving during the peak months will naturally mean that costs will be higher. No one likes to hear it, but if you accept this and plan a realistic budget to allow for these slightly inflated prices, you will be much more relaxed during the move itself with no unexpected added costs popping up.
Don’t Take the Online Price Quote as a Definitive Amount
Some companies will offer online price quotes. This can help you get a ballpark idea but the more realistic quote will come from having the mover come see the space in person. Once this is done, you can get a written estimate that will be on par with what you can actually expect it to cost.
Consolidate Your Belongings
More “stuff” equals more boxes and additional moving costs for time. Moving in to your new apartment really gives you the chance to evaluate your current belongings so that you can only take those that you still need. If you have clothing that you haven’t worn for years or furniture that you are sick of looking at, why bring it along? Separate the things you must take with you from the things you no longer need and then donate those falling in to the second category. Not only are you helping others out but these donations are also tax deductible.
Create a List
Moving is a really exciting time and when you have so much on your mind, it’s easy to get overwhelmed or forget important things you need to do. Take a load off your mind by writing all this in list form. Whether you are the old fashioned pen and paper list type or more of the Excel spreadsheet addict, getting all that you need to do out of your mind and on to a solid list that you can continue to check back on will help keep you moving on the right track.
Plan What Your Furniture Needs Will Be
The great thing about moving in to an apartment is that you will have easy access to your floor plan. In fact, most are posted online. This is a great way to visually plan out what furniture you will need and where to place it. If your current furniture isn’t going to fit the floor plan or design, you might want to consider selling it prior to your move. Not only will this save you money when it comes to moving time, but it will also allow you to use this money toward paying your movers. When you are ready to get new furniture, many businesses offer free delivery! Yet another great way to save!
Check in With Your Mover a Week Prior to Your Moving Date
Moving during the peak of the season doesn’t need to be aggravating. Even though you may have reserved your mover months in advance, it’s wise to check in a week prior to moving to make sure your schedule is still on the books. Sometimes the large amount of bookings the company receives in peak season can leave some customers lost in the shuffle. A simple call to check-in can help eliminate this concern.
Exploreum Mobile Carnival Museum
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