Apartments in Bryan Station -- A Small Neighborhood with Big Amenities
Sitting in between I-75 and New Circle Road in northeast Lexington is Bryan Station. This area was first established back in 1775, and back then, the people lived in log cabins. Today, the area is made up of historic artifacts that are surrounded by modern amenities.
Here's what you can look forward to if you decide to rent an apartment in Bryan Station:
- A short commute
Bryan Station sits just to the northeast of Downtown Lexington, so if you're going to be working in one of the many big buildings downtown, it won't take you long to get there.
- Easy access to two major expressways
If you ever have to venture out of the Lexington city limits, living in Bryan Station makes it easy to do. That's because I-75 forms the eastern border of Bryan Station, and the I-75 - I-64 junction sits due east of the neighborhood. That means you'll have a direct route to Louisville, Knoxville, Huntington, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and all points in between.
- Lots of shopping choices
Between its proximity to Downtown Lexington and those two expressways, you'll see that there is a wide variety of stores in and around your Bryan Station apartment. There are two Walmart Supercenters -- one just to the south of Bryan Station, and one just to the north. And, in just a few minutes, you can get from your front door to other giant retailers like Lowe's, Sam's Club, Kroger, and Dollar General. You'll also only be a short drive from all of the one-of-a-kind shops in Downtown Lexington.
- Plenty of green space
Even though it only takes up about two square miles, Bryan Station is home to two city parks -- Constitution Park and Kenawood Park. That way, whether you want to play baseball or just enjoy a fun afternoon out in the sun, you won't have to travel far.
- A wide variety of dining options
Most of the restaurants in Bryan Station can be found along New Circle Road. Amongst the vast array of choices, you'll be able to enjoy everything from Japanese food, to Mediterranean dishes, to barbecue joints, to Mexican cuisine, to some of the biggest burgers in town.
- Casual nightlife
You won't find trendy clubs here. Instead, you'll find small sports bars and billiards pubs that are a great place to enjoy a casual night out. And, because the neighborhood is so small, you'll likely see the same faces every time you go out to one of these places.