Is there a business district in Tallahassee?

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Canyon Park is conveniently located near many of Tally's major employers.

Are you in search for Tallahassee apartments near a particular part of town? If you consider yourself a workaholic or simply prefer to live closer to work, downtown Tallahassee may be a beneficial place to live in.

Downtown Tallahassee is the city's nerve center for enterprise, upscale living and governmental affairs. More known for its faster paced environment, the capital building is the town's reputably known mascot, driving an economic force to the area. As a result, many Tallahassee apartments near the capital region are occupied by dozens of business professionals and graduate students.

Much of the town's culture and tradition derives from the capitol district, making the nearby areas prone to occupational undertaking. A well known advantage to living in this area is the comfort in knowing residents in this part of town are often in walking distance to their employers. Tallahassee apartments located in downtown, however, do differ from those properties located in other parts of the city.

Many are quick to point out that communities located near the capital posses more of an urban type of city feel. Many dwellings are stacked in high rise buildings and are designed with a more modern architectural approach. Many of these units offer side-street parking, which can sometimes be difficult to find. However, some properties do offer garage parking just outside or connected to these buildings. Keep in mind that these modern luxury lofts do come with a price. A Tallahassee apartment located in downtown can be some of Leon County's priciest properties. However, a known benefit to help outweigh the costs are the resort style amenities that are often complimentary of these type of units. For example, many of these communities offer granite counter tops, twenty-four hours fitness center, business centers, readily available maintenance staffs and Olympic sized swimming pools equipped with cabanas.

If you are still finding that these types of homes are too pricey for your pocket, you may want to consider living just outside of town. Although these may be less pricey, these suburbs may not be exactly like living in downtown. For this reason, another equal option could be considering the Midtown area. Midtown evokes the urban feel of downtown while still engaging in a suburb like atmosphere. This part of town has been known for its trendy bars, shops and boutiques. Although many students have recently been attracted to this area, many families and professionals also take up residence in Midtown.

If you are searching for a business district in Tallahassee, downtown is Tally is known to be the driving force of the city. The capital district is known for its strong workforce and is most often the first place to consider when hoping to live near your employer.  However, due to its expensive nature, some residents consider Midtown Tally to be a great alternative. Although this is located outside of the downtown region, Midtown is known to posses a downtown feel within its trendy location.

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