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Old 11-08-2011, 05:22 PM
 
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Hi,everyone..i used to post about where is the best area to live in Cincy...I find some apartment in Springdale area..and I would like to listen ur suggestion before my husband sign the lease..We have 2 apartments to make decision..Colony of Springdale apartment and Century lake apartment..both are allowed large dog and on bus line...We will move in after thxgiving day....Any suggestion?? sorry for my broken english..

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Old 11-08-2011, 09:52 PM
 
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Century Lake is a much newer and better-kept complex. Not only that, it's better situated (much quieter area.) Colony of Springdale dates back to around 1970 and is hemmed in between a large retirement community and the start of some commercial sprawl. The rent is probably more reasonable, however, and the age of an apartment shouldn't matter as long as it's well maintained - though accounts online have it that this isn't always the case in that "community."

About the only thing Colony has going for it over Century Lake is that it's closer to Tri-County Mall and to I-275.
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Old 11-09-2011, 12:48 PM
 
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Century Lake is a much newer and better-kept complex. Not only that, it's better situated (much quieter area.) Colony of Springdale dates back to around 1970 and is hemmed in between a large retirement community and the start of some commercial sprawl. The rent is probably more reasonable, however, and the age of an apartment shouldn't matter as long as it's well maintained - though accounts online have it that this isn't always the case in that "community."

About the only thing Colony has going for it over Century Lake is that it's closer to Tri-County Mall and to I-275.
Hi..goyguy..thank you so much for ur information
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