I'm looking for a girl to take over my lease in June at University Pointe with the option to resign the lease in September.
This apartment is a furnished end unit on the 12th floor with lots of natural light and spectacular views. Our apartment is quiet with no neighbors, clean, tidy, and well organized. You get your own bedroom, shared bathroom, living space, kitchen, and dining room and you're signed into an individual lease so that you're not tied to your roommates. The $624 monthly rent includes water, sewer, electricity, trash, cable (including HD), fast wireless internet, and all of the building amenities so it's an amazing deal to live downtown for a flat rate.
The building has laundry machines, a workout facility, 24 hour mac computer lab with free printer, study rooms, community lounge, and on-site maintenance. It's also on two max lines, three blocks from the streetcar, close to many bus stops, on the PSU campus, and only a 15 minute walk away from Pioneer Square.
The unit includes hardwood style floors, bike hooks, USB power plugs, full sized bed with under bed storage space, study desk and chair, dresser, locking bedroom doors, 46" Smart TV, entertainment system, sofa and side chair, coffee and end table, dining table with chairs, full sized kitchen with stainless steel appliances including a refrigerator, electric oven/range, microwave, and dishwasher.
If you're a student, soon-to-be student, or just want to live downtown in a great community this is your new home! I took all of the photos in the apartment so that you can see how nice and spacious it is!
Email me to set up a time that you can come through and look at the apartment and let me know if you have any questions! :)
This listing is cheaper than the average 4 bedroom home in Portland by $468.
Students who live in this rental at 1955 SW 5th Avenue attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Lincoln High School
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