Come live the urban lifestyle at our great location next to Seattle University and the famed Pike/Pine corridor, which gives you plenty of opportunities to eat, shop and unwind after a long day at school or work. Rianna Apartments is in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, next to Seattle University and the Pike/Pine corridor. Live within walking distance to a variety of local restaurants, colorful boutiques, an exciting nightlife. Downtown Seattle is just minutes away with convenient access to the metro bus system. Best of all, you'll be able to breathe easy because we're making the move to smoke-free living!
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, all in-person showings for occupied properties are currently on hold. We will be doing our best to provide video tours of these units when available and are still accepting applications sight unseen. Please contact us for more information on this listing.Available Mid August:This bi-level apartment is situated in the lovely Bella Vista neighborhood of Philadelphia, in a historic row home! The unit welcomes you into a sunny living room, which flows into the kitchen. There's a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors, nice kitchen, a sunny bedroom, and an outdoor patio area! Tons of natural light elevates the space.This home holds historic significance, in that it was once the home of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper-- a prominent African-American abolitionist, women's and civil rights activist, and distinguished author of poetry, fiction, and journalism. Many original details remain in the home, and there is a plaque outside the home to commemorate Harper's legacy. Schedule your showing today!About The Neighborhood:You'll be just a short walk to numerous convenient and popular spots along Broad and South streets including Whole Foods, Acme, Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, Starbucks, Seger Rec Center, Tattooed Mom, Washington Square park, Fabric Row, and Passyunk Ave. It is also convenient to public transit, with multiple surrounding bus routes, and the Lombard Station for the BSL just a couple blocks away, making this a smart choice for commuters and students.Lease Terms:Generally, first month, last month, and one month security deposit due at, or prior to, lease signing. Other terms may be required by Landlord. $45 application fee per applicant. Pets are conditional on owner's approval and may require an additional deposit, if accepted. ($500/dog and $250/cat, or monthly pet rent). Cold water is included in rent. Tenants responsible for all utilities: gas, electricity, cable/internet.
By Appointment Only: The Carlton Apartments was built in 1929, originally called the Marymac Apartments, and had a complete renovation due to a fire in 1998. Builder C.F. Davidson & Co Design was influenced by the Italianate Style which enriched a classic tile mosaic design and exposed mahogany beams. With restoration in 1998, strict attention was paid to bring the building back to its original stately charm. The Carlton Apartment's is proud to say that the building is registered as a historic building on the National Register of Historic Places. The Carlton Apartments is made up of 55 units ranging from studios and one bedroom units. The historic building offers a beautiful courtyard, elevator, on-site laundry facilities and garage parking. The Carlton is located near Tacoma's Stadium district and sits adjacent to Tacoma Public School. The building is walking distance to shopping centers, dining and nightlife. Call or Email to set up your appointment to view!
Experience the best of Washington living at Granada Apartments. Our community is situated in the heart of Downtown Tacoma. Our ideal location presents you with a variety of fantastic dining, retail, and entertainment destinations right at your fingertips. We're just minutes from the University of Washington Tacoma, Bates Technical College, St. Joseph Medical Center, and Tacoma General Hospital. Make Granada Apartments your new home and gain access to the exciting recreational opportunities Pierce County has to offer.
Hunting for a cheap apartment off-season may increase your chances to land a lease. Try to look for a new apartment in the winter months: December, January or February. You can find better deals on your unit in winter because supply is typically greater than demand and landlords advertise reduced rate apartment contracts to attract renters. As a renter in the off-season, you may be able to negotiate with your landlord and cut a deal. Landlords might offer to waive your monthly parking, provide a storage unit at no cost or include all your utilities in the monthly rent.