League City Apartments For Rent

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Victory North Apartments
Victory North Apartments
2205 W Walker St - League City, Texas
1 bed$1,030+
2 bed$1,407+
3 bed$1,605+
Avenues at Tuscan Lakes Apartments
Avenues at Tuscan Lakes
1805 S Egret Bay Blvd - League City, Texas
1 bed$1,243+
2 bed$1,373+
3 bed$1,784+
Grand Villas at Tuscan Lakes
1800 S Egret Bay Blvd - League City, Texas
1 bed$1,028+
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Palms at Clear Lake
1300 Gemini Ave - Houston, Texas
1 bed$900+
2 bed$1,344+

League City Apartment Living

Side-saddling the Galveston and Trinity Bays, League City is a growing Houston metropolitan, sought-after for its scenic ocean-side views, burgeoning employee opportunities, sublime shopping, and much more. Upscale League City Living, which is League City's award-winning community, is just moments from Highway 146 and I-45, offering quick routes to the Baybrook Mall, Galveston Island, and downtown Houston.

League City is a bastion for nature lovers, shopaholics, and everyone in between. HEB, the Baybrook Mall, and Target Outlets all exist within walking distance, or a short drive, of some of our communities. To boot, you’re never too far from the lively nightlife of Downtown Houston or the science-savvy happenings at NASA’s Space Center Houston.

Hungry? Well, local gastronomic favorites like Jimmy Changas, Landry's Seafood, and Perry's Steakhouse all serve-up Instagram-worthy fare, morning, day, and night. In many cases, you can dine with a view of the nearby cityscape or endless scenes of those aforementioned Gulfs. Afterward, feel free to walk off some of those calories at one of the area’s well-kept green spaces, like Challenger Seven Memorial Park.

League City is also home to accredited institutions and education systems like the University of Texas Medical Branch, CCISD, and, of course, NASA. And, because of the area’s surging growth, employment opportunities those hubs (and more) are plentiful, year after year.

With a balance between work and personal life, including it’s vicinity to nearby Galveston and the Gulf of Mexico, it’s little surprise why 80,000-plus Houstonians call League City their home.