Set your sites skyward with CityView! This historic Indianapolis building, located in Kessler Meridian, opened in 1966 as the Summit House. At the time of its construction this 20-story high-rise was one of the tallest buildings in the city. CityView on Meridian offers 166 generously sized and recently renovated apartment units on its upper 19 floors.Now under new management by Zinger Property Group, CityView on Meridian offers its residents unique one, two or three bedroom apartment homes that will undergo a wide variety of upgrades and updates. Our recent host of upgrades and renovations will incorporate the latest in luxury and style including nickel finishes, quatrz counters, new custom kitchen and bathroom cabinets, new back splash in kitchen and curved shower rods.CityView on Meridian is located on the southern edge of Meridian-Kessler, one of the most prosperous neighborhoods in Indianapolis. With easy access to 38th Street and Meridian Street, CityView on Meridian is just 10 blocks away from Butler University. Slightly further north is Broad Ripple, one of Indianapolis' six designated cultural districts and the most popular bar and entertainment destination in city. To the south, Indianapolis' energetic downtown and Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis are less than ten minutes from the property. CityView on Meridian offers modern day sophistication while preserving the vintage charm of the surrounding Historic District. Our southern facing apartment homes have picturesque views of downtown Indianapolis and our northern facing apartments have a scenic view of Butler University and the Indianapolis Pyramids. CityView offers exclusive community and apartment amenities to provide an escape from the busy day, to include our roof top pool, fitness center, and the peace of mind that comes with a safe and secured access building.Additionally, our area has recently been named as one of Indianapolis' Great Places 2020, a designation bound to stimulate notable new development very close to the CityView. Dubbed as Maple Crossing, this area already has major projects on the drawing board, to include a $32 million mixed use development, and a $6 million renovation of Tarkington Park. We invite you to browse our photo gallery and schedule your appointment or drop by and visit us today for your personal tour!
I feel sorry for anyone who falls for the bells and whistles of this building. Since 2001 when I first moved to the city it has progressively gone down hill. When I lived there less than two years ago the building was plauged by poor maintenence response (to say the least), water dripping in the walls (you can hear it), huge water bugs because of this, water dripping from the cielings in the elevators, entry hallways, and lobby. The garage underneath shows the failing and cracking foundation. My biggest fear for current and future residents is a major catastrophic disaster happening before the major issues with this structure are addressed. I still know people who live there and visit periodically and I see they have upgraded the exterior and done nothing with the plumbing, balcony, garage or mold issues. When I was living there my dining room window would leak every time it rained. These windows were supposedly put in a year prior to me moving there. They brought in a fan to dry my carpet once but the problem persisted. They chaulked the seams. That did not work. I was then told that I would be moved to a new apartment while they repaired the window...that never happened. The excuse was, "the company who installed the windows could no longer be reached," -Debbie (manager at the time) It is unreal how much they have raised residents rent since zinger took over. The building and the way it has been managed then and now is a travesty. Like putting lipstick on a pig. Also, each floor is treated with a different amount of care. The floors 15-20 are better taken care of for the higher rent paying tenants, new carpet, fresh paint etc. Below floor 15 looks and smells like a trap house or something. Dirty walls, holes in the walls, disgusting carpet. I would not be surprised if it got condemned in the next 10 years...and thats if the foundation doesn't fail first. What a misuse of a potential great property.
This was a great place to live, but since Zinger mgmt took over, it's a total disaster.... I do not recommend Living here to anyone!.... It makes me sad to say all of this, but this place has been destroyed by Zinger mgmt... Do not rent here!!
Im living there right now and its a really bad management. I reported 3 times for a broken dishwasher and they didnt do anything for 6 months. All they care about is the money. They doing a really bad job. Raised the rent for some poor quality changes in the apartment. Very bad place to live in actually because of the bad mangment.
I am a current resident and arrived in Indianapolis from Chicago and saw Cityview online. I have been here for almost two months and love my apartment and the staff have been extremely nice and helpful. I had one small issue and it was resolved right away. My transition has been smooth, Thanks to the staff at Cityview.
High Price, Low Quality, and Inattentive Property Group
I have lived at CityVIew for 2 years and have experienced the pitfalls of this building. The plumbing is spotty and the property managements excuse is "The building has 1950's plumbing." The management staff is rude and very abrupt with us residences'. The building is CONSTANTLY leaking water through the ceilings tiles on multiple floors including the lobby and residences' lodge. Recently, a new property group has bought the building and is conducting forced apartment renovations without addressing the buildings true needs; plumbing, windows, pest control, crumbing balconies, and mold. When we residences' asked if they (the new property group) would fix the observable health and safety issues with the building they replied "That's not in our budget. In addition, the new property group is raising the rent by $200 on average to instantly recoup the renovation cost. Sadly, its unimaginable that I will renew my lease at CityView; increased rent, low quality renovations, no visitors parking, no washers / dryers in the units, mold, spotty plumbing, insects, leaky ceilings, and inattentive property management group.