Located on the tree-lined banks of the Alabama River, Montgomery is a beautiful place to live, work and play. By day, the historic downtown area transports you to yesteryear; by night, the city's brightly lit skyline points toward the future. Montgomery also features more than 1,600 acres of parklands that include two golf courses, 65 playgrounds and 24 soccer fields. When you want to beat the city heat, there are numerous beaches just a few hours away. Many people don't realize that Alabama boasts white-sand beaches rivaling those found in nearby Florida, but they share the same turquoise waters. The arts and music scene in Montgomery also goes toe-to-toe with the best. Every year, the Carolyn Blount Theatre in Montgomery puts on one of the largest Shakespeare Festivals in the world. There is no shortage of things to keep residents entertained here.

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Montgomery, Alabama is a city storied with the civil rights movement. Even though it was once filled with political unrest and certain areas were deteriorating, decades later its neighborhoods have been rebuilt, revitalized and offer many appealing homes and apartments for lease. Rental rates below the national average are made even more affordable with some landlords offering student and military discounts on properties conveniently located near Maxwell Air Force Base or any of the universities found in this historic city.

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