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Popular Mckinney Apartments
Mckinney, Texas, 75070
1 Bedroom$820 - $922
2 Bedrooms$1,031 - $1,405
3 Bedrooms$1,488 - $1,571
Mckinney, Texas, 75070
1 Bedroom$835 - $1,195
2 Bedrooms$1,120 - $1,610
3 Bedrooms$1,845 - $1,905
Mckinney, Texas, 75071
1 Bedroom$810 - $1,080
2 Bedrooms$958 - $1,474
3 Bedrooms$1,395 - $1,700
Mckinney, Texas, 75070
1 Bedroom$752 - $1,422
2 Bedrooms$1,110 - $4,442
3 Bedrooms$1,855 - $2,250
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Mckinney apartments are securable in a number of distinct parts of town; Mckinney has a good number of captivating apartments available in every price range. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Mckinney, your new city!
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McKinney is located 30 miles north of Dallas and is considered a northern suburb. It has a population of 116,000 people. McKinney is notable for its pioneering efforts in building sustainable or green structures like offices, schools, a car dealership and even two WalMart stores. When you start searching for your McKinney apartment know that it is a very livable town, but you will need a car. There is some bus service but no light rail transport into Dallas.
The city has an historic downtown area which is charming. Culturally, there are several galleries as well as a center for the performing arts and one for the fine arts. The city has dedicated more than 1000 acres to parklands, and you'll find nature centers, biking trails and golf plentiful.
Just east of McKinney is large Lake Lavon, which provides many opportunites for water sports. There's a weekly Farmer's Market in Chestnut Square which many people substitute for supermarket shopping. Once settled into your McKinney apartment, you'll want to explore this town plus neighboring ones including Dallas and Fort Worth.
Jalapenos on Trees
You'll want to check out some of the local dining establishments, and you'll be pleased to find some excellent ones. At the top of the list is Rick's Chophouse, which is a very plush steakhouse and it has a great bar. For Mexican food, The Jalapeno Tree gets high marks and it attracts many folks from down in Dallas who drive up for dinner.Zin Zen Wine Bistro is funky and fun with both great food and a dynamite list of wines.For quick meals, Scotty P's Burgers and Bill Smith's are classics and you can't go wrong at either of them.
A Night On Rick's Patio
At night, you may end up driving down to Plano or into Dallas for live music and big clubs, but the town has a few good places to hang when you want to stay close to your McKinney apartment. Aparicio's is a sports bar with plenty of t.v.s and space. Snuffer's is a favorite for cold beer and cheese fries while you might want to sit outside on RIck's patio and listen to the piano player inside.
Average Apartment Rent in Mckinney, Texas
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Mckinney Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Mckinney have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Mckinney apartment cost $814. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Mckinney apartment was $1,098 in September. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in September was $1,538. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Mckinney rentals listed below.
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What are some quiet neighborhoods in Mckinney?
Tucker Hill is a beautiful neighborhood in Mckinney with rolling landscapes, scenic walking trails, and distinctive architecture. It is a new master-planned community with luxury homes, designed with quiet urban living in mind. Chapel Hill is another quaint McKinney neighborhood, within walking distance of the historic town square and Towne Lake Park. This community features historic American-style homes with picturesque European-themed courtyards. A beautiful wooded setting with many parks and trails, Chapel Hill is a small-town neighborhood with all the conveniences of city living.
What neighborhoods in Mckinney are good for eating out?
Mckinney is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and it's no surprise that many of the city's dining establishments are comparable to the best in the nation. The charming Historic Downtown Mckinney is one of the oldest historic districts in Texas with a thriving arts and entertainment district, as well as many well-established shops and unique restaurants. The Pantry is a local favorite, established in 1982 and still serving up homemade food and goodies, including their notorious, mouth-watering pies and cakes. Rick's Chophouse, located downtown, offers patrons a rich Texas atmosphere with limestone walls and pressed tin ceilings. Be sure to try their top-notch sirlion, served with grilled leek, gruyere potato cakes, and a pearl onion jam- yum! If you are seeking a lighter fare, head over to the mediterranean Cafe Malaga for their tasty tapas.
How is the nightlife in McKinney?
As a city with a population of over 130,000 people, there are some after-dark options in McKinney. The Pub McKinney, Churchill's British Restaurant and Pub, and Delaney's Irish Pub are all typical Irish/English pubs. Zin Zen Wine Bistro offers food and over 80 different wines from across the world, and the Venue Bar and Grill has beers, burgers, and live music. For more options, Dallas is only about 20 miles from downtown McKinney.
I'm relocating. What's the weather like in Mckinney?
The climate of McKinney features four distinct seasons: hot summers, cold but generally snowless winters, and relatively mild springs and autumns. Summer temperatures tend to be in the 80s and winter temperatures tend to be in the 40s. The average high temperature in July, the warmest month of the year, is 93 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low temperature in January, the coldest month of the year, is 31 degrees Fahrenheit. On average McKinney receives 41 inches of precipitation annually. Rainfall is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year, although May tends to be the wettest month.
Why should I move to McKinney?
With a population of about 131,000, McKinney is a city in and the county seat of Collin County, Texas. As part of the humid subtropical region, McKinney is a great place for those that don't like the cold. With a low crime rate and excellent public schools, McKinney is also ideal for families with children. At 21 crimes per 1,000 residents and a population of about 121,000, McKinney's crime rate is noticeably lower than the average when compared to other communities of similar population size. Public education is provided by the McKinney Independent School District, which was rated better than 89.4 percent of school districts in Texas and 76.1 percent of school districts in the country.