**ENTIRE COMMUNITY NEWLY REMODELED** Originally home to the St. Paul Rubber Company, this stunning 1905 revival building is anything but your basic downtown apartment building. One look is all you need to know you've found a place that is only one of its kind! From the highly desired Historic Lowertown location to the unique unit layouts that provide the perfect amount of flair, you won't be disappointed in making Lowertown Commons your new home. We've recently undergone a renovation! All of our units have been renovated to include gorgeous stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, new kitchen cabinets & new bathrooms! We've even renovated our community room for our residents to enjoy. Aside from these great upgrades, we are also steps from the new light rail, which will make traveling through the Twin Cities a breeze! We are steps to the new St. Paul Saints Ballpark - as a resident of our community, you'll only be steps away from this attraction and so much more. The Lowertown Historic District is truly the place to be. Get a head start and make your move to Lowertown Commons and The Parkside today!
12 month leases. Pet Policy: Maximum of two pets. 1st pet deposit is $300 and a 2nd pet is an additional $100 deposit. $35/month per pet. No breed or weight restrictions apply.
Everything has been absolutely awesome and I would rate it excellent, but my air conditioning has been problematic and I'm beginning to think it's just a product of the central air infrastructure here. It's a shame because I struggle to sleep and it has tarnished my experience. They are working on getting it resolved...just hope it's something that can actually be fixed.
I gave a grade good. The reason for doing so has to do with the age of the building. The staff here really does try to good by tenets.
My needs are responded to quickly and go above and beyond for me.
The staff are very attentive and I am enjoying the new interior changes.
Office staff runs hot and cold, sometimes very helpful other times they act like you are bothering them. You talk to them about concerns and they seem to go in one ear and out the other and get the standard response, we are aware of it and yet nothing gets done. Tired of the smokers ignoring the 25 feet from front door law and having to walk through a haze of smoke and the younger tenants treating the building like a dorm/fraternity/sorority and not respecting other tenants.