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Located in desirable southwest Bloomington, Adams Village is your luxurious sanctuary from the everyday. Our 1 and 2 bedroom townhome style apartments offer private entrances, full-size washer and dryers, and private patios or balconies. Many apartments also include attached garages and bonus rooms. Experience relaxed living with a variety of attractive and desirable amenities including a 24-Hour fitness center, leash-free dog park, beautiful walking trails, and so much more. Combine our picturesque setting with our commitment to delivering the highest level of service and you will see that Adams Village is ready to welcome you home.
Look for an all-new Adams Village coming Fall 2018. Featuring a beautifully appointed clubhouse with a resort-like pool and sundeck, game rooms, indoor golf and game simulator, as well as outdoor bocce ball courts and fire pits. Added features and amenities to make every day more enjoyable and relaxing.
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I am really happy with my apartment at Adams Village. The apartment was in great condition when we moved in and has significant space for the price you are paying. My partner and I rent out a one bed/bath (The Sandstone Phase III layout). We utilize our "living room" space (next to the kitchen) as a dining area rather than a living room, and use the bonus room next to the garage as a living room. We feel this utilizes the space better. The 1-car garage has a lot of space!
The staff and administrative are friendly and very communicative about important information for the complex. Maintenance is very quick at responding requests and is very respectful of your space when working.
I like being close to Rt 37 (soon to be I-69), which makes it easier to get to the west side of Bloomington and to travel longer distances; however, the current construction status in Bloomington makes it hard to get around town in general, especially during rush hour. This is obviously only a temporary situation, though.
The rent is a pretty fair price, although it has recently had a significant raise across all apartments in the complex.
Although not completed, I am excited for the new amenities Adams Village will be adding. One of my favorite features of living in Adams Village is being in walking distance of the Clear Creek Trail, which connects to many other trails in Bloomington. This is a really nice feature if you like to bike around town, or like to go running on paved trails.
I would definitely tell anyone to consider moving into Adams Village, especially if you are looking to rent a nice apartment instead of buying a house or condo.
We've had a great experience with Adams Village over the 2+ years that we've lived here!
Adams Village is in what I think is a lovely location, I'm close to Lucky's Market (my favorite grocery store), it's down the road from the mountain bike park, it's a 10 minute bike ride to the B-Line (it would be 5 without the construction detour on Tapp), and a 40 minute ride to SPEA (I get my work out in just commuting to and from school). I have a washer and dryer in my place, which is a big deal to me and off street parking (although the parking spots are not numbered, so often we only have 1 of the 2 spots we are supposed to have outside our apartment). The neighborhood is quiet, my cat is happy, there are doggy clean up stations everywhere, and the managerial and maintenance staff are wonderful! But as a low income grad student, I cannot afford to live here after this year. I chose Adams Village because I was coming from out of state and could not come view places before signing a lease. I felt I could trust Liz, and I'm glad I did. But now that I'm in town, I'm finding there are much more affordable places around with the same amenities in neighborhoods I would be comfortable living in. The only thing I would change is the laminate flooring (the website shows mainly hard wood floors, so that's what I expected, especially for the square footage we have and the price we are paying), the lack of recycling (there is only one location where several large recycling carts are located and I have to drive my recycling down there if I have more than a few days worth to take care of), and the few big old T12 bulbs still hanging out in closets and over the kitchen sink. Oh, and I would love a printing center. I have a lot of papers to print as a grad student and IU doesn't give you nearly enough in your printing allotment, so it would just be cool to have the opportunity to print here. If Adams Village fits your budget, I would highly recommend it. Also, I think they are building a pool. So if pools are your thing, check this place out. Liz is the best, give her a call!
Bad communication, bad parking, high rent for basic living arrangements. No benefits at all for living here.
The outdoor aperance of the building is deteriorating, and they are way overpriced for the value and upkeep.