Mobile, Alabama

The Little Easy

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Young Professionals

Downtown and Midtown are the two prominent areas for young professionals in Mobile. They have the highest concentration of newer apartment and condo options and are walking distance from the bars, restaurants and entertainment spots in the city. From February to March the city is filled with Mardi Gras parties, balls, festivals and general shenanigans that make living here a party. There’s also a big outdoor scene on Mobile Bay and plenty of culture in the historic districts downtown.

  • Downtown
  • Midtown

Rainbow District


In spite of the conservative politics of Mobile there is an LGBTQ+ scene here. Not really a dense neighborhood for living like you see in other cities but a social district called the Rainbow District, which has the highest concentration of LGBTQ-owned and friendly businesses. Mardi Gras is also a time where the community jumps in feet first and participates in the party.

  • Downtown
  • Rainbow District

Country Club


Country Club is the most high falutin family neighborhood in Mobile. Needless to say it surrounds the Country Club of Mobile and in addition to the golf culture and beautiful grounds the homes and yards and tree-lined streets are stunning. College Park is another good choice. You get a combination of great housing, parks, good schools, and proximity to Spring Hill College, giving the area a more youthful vibe.

  • Country Club
  • College Park
  • Parkhill