Went and saw it on Saturday...seems like a nice place to live.. put in my application , waiting to hear back
Relocating to Chicago area. So far the staff has been excellent to deal with. Friendly and accommodating. Looking forward to my move.
Great staff, friendly tenants. Pleasant place to live...
I have lived here for 13years. They have quick time response for maintenance repairs. The landscape and snow removal are completed in a timely manner. The tenants are cordial which makes a pleasant environment to live.
Requested maintenance call on heat issue. Within 30 minutes someone was at my door to work on issue. Job well done
Our luxury apartment homes provide you with the convenience and freedom you need. Living in a Fieldpointe of Schaumburg apartment means you have easy access to everything that Chicago has to offer, while retaining the calm and composure of a spacious community.From the outdoor swimming pool to the professionally-equipped fitness center, staying fit has never been easier. Fieldpointe of Schaumburg's barbecue pit and newly-renovated clubhouse provide our residents with many options for entertaining. Inside our Schaumburg apartment homes you will find in-unit washers and dryers, hardwood floors and designer cabinetry. Fieldpointe of Schaumburg's apartment homes are pet-friendly as well, so your furry friends can join you in the perfect Chicago West Suburb apartment community!
Lease terms are variable. $190 Administration Fee. Please inquire with property staff.
Pet Policy: A maximum of two (2) pets will be allowed per apartment with a $300 Non-Refundable Fee per pet. There is a 120lb weight limit for pets in the apartment; in addition, the following breeds will be restricted from the community; but not limited to: American Pit Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Rottweiler, German Shepherd, Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute, Doberman Pinscher, Chow, Great Dane, Saint Bernard, Akita, Presa Canario, Wolf Hybrid, and any partial breed of the above mentioned restricted breeds. All residents with a pet are required to submit a veterinarian statement establishing general health of the pet, the status of all shots, and must bring the pet to the management office to be photographed prior to applicant approval. The only exception would be pets which are designed as service animals as stated in ADA requirements.