West Texas, TX

West Texas encompasses a diverse range of cities, environments, and fun things to do. Residology offers comfortable, temporary apartments throughout El Paso, Amarillo, Midland and Odessa so you can experience this beautiful and unique part of the state.

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  • Petroleum Museum
  • George W. Bush Childhood Home
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • Museum of the Southwest
  • Horseshoe Arena & Pavilion

Aptly named by being the “midpoint” between El Paso and Forth Worth, Midland is the 24th most populous city in Texas. The city is also the home town of former First Lady Barbara Bush and the birth place of former U.S. President George W. Bush.

Midland, Texas boomed in the early 1900s when oil was discovered in the West Texas oil fields and it became the administrative center for oiling companies. Today, its economy still largely relies on petroleum, but it has grown to become a hub for distribution and telecommunications.

With the lowest unemployment rate in the country, a combination of historical and cultural museums and plenty of scenic and relaxing outdoor space, you won’t want to miss staying in one of our corporate apartments in Midland.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • Historic Midland Community Theater
  • Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
  • Scharbauer Sports Complex
  • I-20 Wildlife Preserve
  • Permian Base Petroleum Museum
  • Joyland Amusement Park


  • Ellen Noel Art Museum
  • Mckinney Park
  • Historic White-Pool House
  • Fun City

Odessa, Texas is a small, but growing town, ranking in at the 29th most populous city in the state. In fact, it’s even been ranked by Forbes as the third-faster growing small city in the United States. And for good reason! The area features plenty of oil and natural gas reserves.

Apart from the oil and gas, Odessa boasts a wide variety of unusual and unique attractions. Take some time to visit the Stonehenge Replica, an Old Globe replica and the Odessa Meteor Crater if you want to make your stay in town something you’ll never forget.

Odessa, TX is also a great community for families with children of all ages. The town features three universities as well as three high schools, 10 private primary schools and four different charter schools.

Like any small town in Texas, football is a big deal in Odessa. In fact, the movie Friday Night Lights was shot at Odessa’s Ratliff Stadium, which is one of the largest football stadiums in Texas.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • Stonehenge Replica
  • The Globe Theatre
  • Presidental Archives and Leadership Library
  • The Permian Playhouse
  • Music City Mall
  • Chris Kyle “American Sniper” Memorial


  • National Ranching Heritage Center
  • American Wind Power Center
  • Cactus Theater
  • Llano Estacado

Lubbock, TX is also known as the “Hub City” of Texas because it offers a wealth of educational, economic and healthcare industries. Located near the panhandle and not too far from the Texas/New Mexico border, Lubbock has also been dubbed the Friendliest City in America.

It’s easy to fall in love with the people, culture and activities within the community in Lubbock. One such event is the annual Independence Day festival, held on July 4th. This is the largest free festival in all of Texas and you won’t be disappointed if you attend.

According to CNNMoney.com, Lubbock was also named as one of the best cities to start a small business in Texas. The city also features a low unemployment rate, making it a great place for anyone to work.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • The Buddy Holly Center
  • Silent Wings Museum
  • Science Spectrum Museum
  • Prairie Dog Town
  • Joyland Amusement Park
  • Museum of Texas Tech University

El Paso

  • Scenic Drive - Overlook
  • El Paso Mission Trail
  • Holocaust Museum
  • San Jacinto Plaza

If you’re a foodie, El Paso, Texas is your city. Coming in at the 6th most populous city in Texas, El Paso is bound to have more culture. This is only enhanced by the fact that it sits right on the border. Being so close to another country has plenty of cultural benefits! For one, El Paso is the home of the margarita, where it was invited in 1945.

El Paso, TX regularly ranks in lists of the safest cities to live in for large populations. This leads to happier people, better schools and more opportunities to experience the city without worry. When you’re in El Paso, you can rest assured that you’ll stay safe.

The economy in El Paso is booming, as well. The city hosts a variety of publicly traded companies and plenty of jobs for everyone who moves there. When you’re in El Paso, you’re sure to have a great time with both the culture and the people.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • The Plaza Theatre
  • El Paso Zoo
  • Fort Bliss and Old Ironsides Museums
  • Franklin Mountains State Park
  • Hueco Tanks State Historic Site
  • El Paso Museum of Art
  • National Border Patrol Museum


  • Big Texan Opry
  • Cadillac Ranch
  • Arts in the Sunset
  • Second Amendment Cowboy
  • Jack Sisemore RV Museum

Amarillo, Texas is the largest city in Texas’s panhandle region and the 14th most populous city in the entire state. The city’s claim to fame has always been beef. In fact, over a quarter of the United States’ beef supply comes from Amarillo and surrounding cities.

Steak isn’t the only thing Amarillo excels in, however. Bell Helicopters is one of the largest employers in the city, and their plant produces the V-22 Osprey aircraft. The job market is growing in areas other than beef and aircraft, as well, which is great for everyone who lives there.

You can see plenty of amazing things in Amarillo, TX, like the Amarillo Zoo or Botanical Gardens. And, since Amarillo is ranger country, you can’t miss the American Quarter Horse Museum or the Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West museum while you’re in town.

Neighborhood Landmarks & Highlights

  • American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum
  • Amarillo Botanical Gardens
  • Route 66 Historic District
  • Amarillo Zoo
  • Cowgirls and Cowboys in the West

Discover Affordable, Furnished Apartments for your Stay in West Texas

West Texas is a diverse area. The arid and semiarid climates can feature open lands or small mountain ranges. West Texas is home to a variety of cities and offers abundant opportunities to work, play, and enjoy the natural beauty of the vast landscape. We help you experience this beautiful and unique part of the Lone Star state in our fully furnished apartments.

Experience Affordable, Furnished Apartments for Your Stay in West Texas

The best way to experience a place is to stay in a comfortable, temporary furnished apartment, especially if you plan on an extended stay. A home-away-from-home environment helps you settle in, see the sights, and experience the area while also handling work obligations. All of our West Texas locations are fully furnished and offer many convenient amenities so that you can enjoy a simple and stress-free stay for however long you plan to visit.

Whether you have determined that West Texas is the place you’ll stay, or if you are still considering your options, we have temporary apartments available all throughout Texas and would love to provide you with a home away from home anywhere from South Texas up to Dallas

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