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The Meridian South

2085 Waterford Pl, Indianapolis, IN 46260
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Amenities

apartment Features

Amenity: Air ConditioningAir Conditioning
Amenity: BalconyBalcony
Amenity: Cable ReadyCable Ready
Amenity: Ceiling Fan(s)Ceiling Fan(s)
Amenity: DishwasherDishwasher
Amenity: Garbage DisposalGarbage Disposal

special Features

Amenity: Short Term AvailableShort Term Available

community Features

Amenity: Business CenterBusiness Center
Amenity: ClubhouseClubhouse
Amenity: Emergency MaintenanceEmergency Maintenance
Amenity: Fitness CenterFitness Center
Amenity: Laundry FacilityLaundry Facility
Amenity: On Site MaintenanceOn Site Maintenance

additional Features

Amenity: 24 Hour Emergency Maintenance24 Hour Emergency Maintenance
Amenity: Air ConditionigAir Conditionig
Amenity: Beautiful Landscaped GroundsBeautiful Landscaped Grounds
Amenity: Cable-readyCable-ready
Amenity: Ceiling FansCeiling Fans
Amenity: Chef-Inspired KitchenChef-Inspired Kitchen

Property Details

The Meridian South - Indianapolis

The Meridian South

All Offices are open for In-Person and Virtual Tours. Attend our Virtual Open House on Tuesday 2/1/22 at 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Call or email to get your open house link.

Ratings & Reviews

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The Meridian South

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Overall Ratings

(26 Ratings)

Doesn't do maintenance. Can't contact office after you have moved in. Super nice when you're trying to move in but nothing after that. Poop in toilets and smeared on walls in laundry room.
March 05, 2021
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Lived here 2 years just moved this year couldnt take it anymore, infested with mice, management is plain trifling. Most of the residents are nasty and trifling ugh. Just a nightmare once youre inside.. I only gave a star because it made me.
December 17, 2020
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So I still live here we have roaches and mice oh not to mention the office and maintenance is trash no joke but hey find out for yourself
October 22, 2020
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The apartments are very spacious, however that's the only good thing about them. I've lived here for 4 years and things just seem to get worse. I had issues with my unit on move in date, they have since changed companies. Updated units...looks nice but its still crappy. I hear gun shots often like it's New Year's Eve. They installed cameras which probably don't work. They once had security, they got rid of them about a year ago. You can't get in touch with the office and if your lucky enough to no one seems to know anything. They also have issues with bugs. I'm looking for a different place to move now. This is the ghetto!!!
February 26, 2020
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Thank you for your review of Ashford Meridian Hills. As a member of our community for four years, your feedback is very valuable, as we believe input from our residents allows us to improve. It's great to know that you're satisfied with our spacious floor plans. Of course, we're sorry to see that some aspects of your stay haven't met your expectations, and we would love an opportunity to address them with you. Kindly contact us at 317-290-3641 or meridianhills@radcoliving.com to discuss your review in greater detail in an effort to regain your confidence. Thank you.April 10, 2020

My apartment is spacious. I have addressed concerns over the quality of work done on maintenance issues. I would like my residential neighbors to take a more active role in keeping our community beautiful
July 31, 2019
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Getting Around

21/100

Car-Dependent

Walk Score®
The Walk Score® measures walkability on a scale of 0-100 based on walking routes to destinations such as dining and drinking, groceries, and shopping.
Dining & Drinking
23%
23
Groceries
13%
13
Shopping
16%
16
40/100

Somewhat Bikeable

Bike Score®
29/100

Some Transit

Transit Score®

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