Get to know…Downtown Tallahassee

The boundaries of Downtown Tallahassee, FL are E. Tennessee Street on the north, Gadsden Street on the East, W. St. Augustine Street on the south, and S. Bronough Street on the west. Downtown Tallahassee is a combination of a big-city scene with an eclectic Southern twist. Searching for an apartment in Tallahasee in the Downtown area is a great choice 

Apartments in Downtown Tallahassee

The Downtown Tallahassee area is the center of all the state capital's activity, so get ready for that fast-paced lifestyle. Downtown Tallahassee is higher-income living with more upscale apartments. It is where you can experience the excitement of city life. The area includes upscale, luxurious apartments with many amenities. Apartments in the Downtown Tallahassee area are surrounded by the history and culture of our state and nation. This area is great for young professionals, established professionals and those wanting to experience a "city life." Here, residents can experience numerous holiday parades, and exciting ongoing events such as Downtown GetDown. Looking to live nearby but not right in the heart of downtown? Check out apartments near Capital Circle. You'll be within easy commuting distance to this area.


Located in the Downtown Tallahassee area is the Old State Capitol, which was originally built in 1845. It was renovated and expanded several times, and the existing structure has been preserved to its original 1905 appearance and converted to a museum that exhibits the history of the Florida legislature. The new 22-story State Capitol was built in 1978. On the top floor, visitors can get a panoramic view of the city.

The Florida Supreme Court Building is located a block west of the Capitol in Downtown Tallahassee. Built in 1845, the Supreme Court Building is an interesting example of classical architecture, and is open to the public.

Downtown Tallahassee's Art Historic District is a historic warehouse district-turned-art park hosting more than 50 artists' studios, galleries, a sculpture garden, dining options and unique shops .

Open every Saturday from March through November, the Downtown MarketPlace features fresh homegrown produce and organic items like fresh bread, farm-grown eggs, and fresh-cut flowers and native plants. There is also an exceptional IMAX theater that plays box office movies.

Schools in the area

Near Florida State University, Tallahassee Community College, Florida A and M University, Leon High School, Godby High School, Griffin Middle School, Raa Middle School, Cobb Middle School, Astoria Park Elementary School, Ruediger Elementary School, Sullivan Elementary School and Sealey Elementary School.

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