Quiet, Convenient Living at The Arbors of Killeen

Come home to The Arbors of Killeen for the best of modern, convenient living! Our beautifully landscaped gated community in the heart of Killeen, Texas offers extraordinary value, features and amenities for everyone, including single renters, families, and short-term corporate contractors. Our military personnel really appreciate the proximity to Fort Hood, just a short 5-mile drive from The Arbors.

The Arbors of Killeen offers quick access to work, recreation, and a wealth of history. Killeen began as a railroad town in 1881, but it was really shaped in the 1940s when Fort Hood was established. Fort Hood is still a major part of the area's heritage. Killeen also offers plenty for nature lovers, with nearby retreats like Mother Neff State Park and Dana Peak Park just a short drive away.

The Arbors of Killeen is full of life! Relax at our beautiful pool, stay in shape at our new fitness center, or enjoy a night out with friends at nearby movie theaters, Restaurant Row, or Killeen Mall. Catch up on work at our Business Center or romp with the kids on our playground. It's available when you want it!

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Flexible Apartment Options

At The Arbors of Killeen, we know that you need options, so we offer short-term and long-term leases. Choose a one, two, or three bedroom apartment floor plan that meets your specific needs.

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I lived at the Arbors of Killeen with my boyfriend before we purchased our home in Harker Heights.. Little to my surprise, my time there was really great. There were some maintenance issues but they were resolved in a timely manner. If I was not purchasing a home then I would have renewed my lease.


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