Over 3 million dollar renovation is underway and will give the apartments new interiors and many new amenities for your enjoyment; we have a soccer field and a new Playground. Dog park will be coming soon. Located on the Westside of Indianapolis in the town of Speedway, Brickyard Flats is the community to check out. With nine different floor plans to choose from, there are one and two bedroom garden apartments and two and three bedroom townhomes. You'll appreciate the versatility of easy access to I-465, I-65 and I-74, putting you just minutes from everything important in your life. No other community can match the convenience and affordability. Come see why Brickyard Flats is the place you want to call home and take Advantage of The Best Apartment Value in Indianapolis!
Deposits start at $300.00+ (depending on credit and rental verification)
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- 3 Months lease *
- 6 Months lease *
- 9 Months lease*
- 12 Months lease
*- Additional fee for short term lease
- Cats Allowed - $300 Non-refundable Deposit + $25/month
- Dogs Allowed - $300 Non-refundable Deposit + $25/month
**NO Aggressive Breeds (Weight limit of 45 lbs at full growth). Limit 2 pets per household.
Come check us out at 6363 Hollister Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46224
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Interested in a 2bdrm. Move in on 7/3/18
I love the area in the neighborhood and its around everything that I would need
The prices seem decent when I got to this apartment guide to view this but just from looking at the reviews I changed my mind about viewing the floor plans and have decided to look elsewhere for my apartment hunting.
Haileigh in the leasing office let me know I was approved to move into an apartment on March 1st. ONE WEEK prior to move in, she calls me and tells me they have no option but to renovate the apartment and I'll now have almost $100 extra in rent monthly. I told her I couldn't afford that and they said I'd just have to live somewhere else! I had to be out of my last residence by March 1st, so this horrible management caused me to have only SIX DAYS to find an apartment. The renovation had nothing to do with me and was not my fault, however I was punished for it. There is no communication between the leasing agents and their boss(I think her name was Julie) because Haileigh and Julie kept telling me different stories with different availabilities and prices. Extremely poor management.
I was extremely disappointed with my stay at brickyard flats. It is right by the 465 so it is very noisy at all hours. Children run around uncontrolled in the hallways, banging on doors and walls and leaving trash everywhere. Staff in the office are unprofessional and rude to say the least. There are plenty of parking spaces, but beware you will get towed if you don't park in the proper areas. The unit was completely infested with roaches. Yes pest control would come and spray, and the roaches would run through the walls into another unit, until residences in that unit requested pest control and the roaches would run right back to our unit. There were also mice that found their way in. I requested the cabinets to be sealed up properly, and maintenance came in and placed tape over the areas around floorboards/cabinets that were not properly sealed off. They then spray painted the tape to make it blend in with the cabinets. If you live at brickyard flats, that is how your issues will be fixed. Simply covered up. Until management begins actually fixing underlying problems, these apartments are almost unsafe to live in. We also had many leaks during our year living here. The kitchen sink piping leaked in the cabinets, it was a slow leak that was not obvious until water damage was done to the unit under the floorboards. Nothing was done to look into the extent of damage or fix it. The toilet sprung a leak at the base, and we had to have it replaced. Multiple times I would also enter the building to find that it was flooded with water by where the washer and dryer units were. That was an electrical hazard with the water flooding the appliances. The leak was stopped, but again there was no evidence of maintenance looking into the issue further. I would not suggest anyone ever live here unless these buildings are stripped completely and all of the hidden issues are actually looked into.