Stone Arch Apartments lie right in the heart of historic St. Anthony Main in Minneapolis. With riverfront living and beautiful city views, we are unique compared to many other apartment complexes. Stone Arch has a modern, industrial feel with exposed duct work, 9 foot ceilings and 7 foot windows. All floor plans are tastefully designed and light filled with beautiful views and a very open feel.
Our lease terms are: 4 months-18 months (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details)<BR>Dog Policy: Restrictions: Stone Arch is a pet friendly community. Restrictions and deposits apply. Please contact leasing office for details. Dogs are allowed.<BR>Cat Policy: Restrictions: Stone Arch is a pet friendly community. Restrictions and deposits apply. Please contact leasing office for details. Cats are allowed.
To qualify, your income must be equal to or below those in the chart based on number of persons living in the apartment.
Management is terrible- very unorganized, rude, and very difficult to work with on new or exisiting issues.
Our new apartment has horrible box elder bugs, and the walls are paper thin
We love living here, but as a ground issue there are real issues with box elder bugs. From late fall to spring we find ~ 10-20 per day inside our apartment, and occasionally many more.
The staff at Stone Arch Apartments rarely follow up with emails or other requests brought up. Often times this requires multiple emails. There is no response when emails are sent about concerning things (no notification of staff entering apartment, staff working on the roof after 10pm, etc...)
My roof has been leaking for the past 5 months, and despite repeated complaints there has been no attempt to repair. They had contractors evaluate it about 3 months ago, but failed to act. Communications about is are non-existent. Management is cryptic and evasive when directly asked about it. Its like they are hiding something. All the things that could be positive about this place are overshadowed by water falling into my apartment.