- Air Conditioning
- Cable Ready
- Oversized Closets
- Smoke Free
- Some Paid Utilities
- Washer & Dryer In Unit
- Disability Access
- Furnished Available
- Emergency Maintenance
- Extra Storage
- Fitness Center
- Gated Access
- High Speed Internet Access
- Public Transportation
- Pet Friendly
- Verizon FiOS is Internet provider
- Dish Network is TV provider
- Oversized Windows
- High (9' ) Ceilings
- Wall to wall modern carpeting in living areas
- Tiled kitchens
- Intercom entry
- Historic main lobby featuring original marble
- 2 brand new high speed elevators
- 24-hr secured card access
- Fitness Center featuring flat screen TV
- Community room open 24/7 with WiFi
- Reserved parking at private lots (additional cost)
- On-site management office
- 24-hr emergency maintenance
- Milk and Honey Market
- Room Share Program Available, call for details
- Pet rent is $35 per month
- 24-hr security cameras
- Weight restriction: 60Deposit: 250 Breed Restriction
Floor Plans & Pricing
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
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Professional Arts Building
The renaissance of the Professional Arts Building is the perfect example of combining the charm and history of the past with the modern amenities and conveniences apartment hunters demand. A variety of apartment sizes and floor plans are now available for leasing. Call or stop in to learn more today!
Ratings & Reviews
9 Reviews for Professional Arts Building
I love the building, and the staff are wonderful. The reason I didn't rate 'excellent' is because due to the high personnel turnover in the year and a half I've lived here, simple things getting done often takes much longer than it should. It's improving though!
Building maintenance and office staff are always responsive.
I loved the building and the neighborhood. When we first moved in the level of cleanliness and care was outstanding and any requests for help or repairs were addressed promptly, usually the same or next day. By the time I moved in Nov 2016 I felt all of these factors had gone downhill.
They seem to have staffing issues. We have a custodian for a while, then not. The place is clean for a week, and then not. I feel the current staff is over worked, having to do many jobs outside of their primary job description, like delivering packages and such.
Friendly staff. Responsive to maintenance concerns. Nickel and diming with utilities, including service fees. Strict lease terms.
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From 95 North, take Exit 11A toward Baltimore. Merge onto 395, and take Martin Luther King Boulevard exit and make a slight left. Stay sraight onto Read Street, and End at 101 Read Street.