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Old 06-18-2007, 08:13 AM
Location: SLC, UT
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Can anyone recommend any Apartment complexes in SLC? We are looking for something close to the UofU, managed, quiet, and withing budget of course
:-) ($600-$1000). Anyone out there have any suggestions?? Any positive/negative experiences? Thanks
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Old 06-21-2007, 08:03 PM
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
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I have never lived in the University area before but i almost moved into an apartment around there one. At most apartments in that area, you are going to find alot of college students.
Here is a link to apartmentguide.com that lists some of the apartments in that area:
Salt Lake City Metro Area Apartments for Rent - Find Salt Lake City Metro Area, UT Apartment Rentals
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Old 06-27-2007, 04:17 PM
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I've lived in the University area for 5 years now, and it's pretty nice. You could definitely find something in your price range in the area. The nice thing about the University area, is that you can live on the University Trax line and get up to the school in 10 minutes. There are plenty of apartment complexes along that line - I recommend Emmigration court. I have a friend that lives there and she likes it. They're pretty new, near a Wild Oats and Smiths store, Blockbuster, fast food, etc... There's also some complexes near Trolley Square, (about a block away from the trax line). Closer to the universiy you won't find as many complexes - it's more like cute neighborhoods filled with little bungalows that are often rented out to students. The Avenues, which is north of the campus is nice too, with more cute, tree-lined streets, and students (especially on the southern Avenues, the more north you go, the bigger and more expensive the apartments get). So, yea, if you want complexes you'll have to be closer to downtown (which by no means is far away from the U) or there's one I know in Sugarhouse called the Irving Schoolhouse that seems decent. Just my little bit of knowledge :-)
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