Military Professionals Can Save $1500 on Apartments for Rent Near Eglin Air Force Base

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Bel Aire Terrace offers Spring Move in Special with one and a half month’s free rent on luxury one and two bedroom apartments located near Eglin AFB in Crestview, FL.

Bel Aire Terrace - Web Only Spring Move In Special

Bel Aire Terrace,, today announced its Spring Into Savings Web Only Special which provides renters looking for apartments for rent in Crestview, FL an opportunity to save up to $1500 on the rental fees of their luxury one and two bedroom apartment homes. Located near Pensacola and Eglin Air Force Base, Bel Aire Terrace is a luxury apartment rental community that offers many resort style amenities, including a community clubhouse, 24-hour fitness center, resort-style pool, business center, children’s playroom, and 24-hour emergency maintenance, just to name a few reasons why living at Bel Aire Terrace is a great choice.

As one of the military-friendly apartment communities near Eglin Air Force Base, Duke Field and Hurlburt Field in Florida, Bel Aire Terrace welcomes military personnel from the United States Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps. Renters looking for military-friendly apartments near the Eglin Air Force military base can be happy knowing Bel Aire Terrace is near Duke Field and Hulburt Field, and within driving distance from Pensacola, Fort Walton Beach and Destin.

Bel Aire Terrace offers a variety of spacious floor plans to choose from to accommodate singles, couples and families, including 734 square foot one bedroom apartments near Eglin AFB, 989 square foot two bedroom apartments near Eglin AFB, and 1206 square foot three bedroom apartments near Eglin AFB, there’s sure to be something to suit your lifestyle. These luxury Crestview apartments include designer coordinated interiors, gourmet kitchens, ceramic tiled floors, full size washer/dryer in every apartment and private balcony or patio.

Crestview offers the perfect central location that’s convenient to Eglin Air Force Base (AFB), Duke Field and Hurlburt Field. An easy drive to the Eglin Air Force military base and surrounding areas of Pensacola, Destin and Fort Walton Beach, Bel Aire Terrace in Crestview has a deeply-rooted commitment to our military families; active, reserve, guard and retiree. Living at Bel Aire Terrace in Crestview offers all the cultural, shopping, dining and educational opportunities that a growing city can offer while still retaining its hometown feel and sense of community shared by its welcoming residents. There’s a bustling historic downtown with diverse shops and services.

For a limited time, renters can take advantage of this Web Only Special Offer and receive one and a half month’s rent free on a 12 month lease of a one or two bedroom apartment, which is a savings up to $1500.

To contact one of our leasing representatives about renting a one, two or three bedroom apartment at Bel Aire Terrace, please visit and complete the online contact form, or download the online application form.

About Bel Aire Terrace:
Located at 100 Bel Aire Drive, Crestview, FL 32536, Bel Aire Terrace is a brand new luxury apartment home community with 324 units, including spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments. Bel Aire Terrace offers all the benefits of a carefully planned neighborhood designed to provide its residents with every convenience and luxury. Each apartment home offers the latest in design and luxury features and is built solid with concrete construction and hurricane impact glass for added safety, security, and superior sound proofing for additional privacy. On-site amenities include: community clubhouse, resort-style pool, 24 hour fitness center, business center, children’s playroom, 24-hour emergency maintenance and much more . Visit Bel Aire Terrace online at, or follow us on [Facebook __title__ Facebook] and Twitter for web only specials and community events.

For Media Inquiries, please contact:
Linda Hammer
Bel Aire Terrace Property Manager
(850) 423-6980


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