With flexible lease options, University Place provides an affordable and private home away from home in one of the most exciting neighborhoods in Rochester, New York. University Place offers large one bedrooms starting at $759 per month as well as studios and two bedroom apartments with unique floorplans and oversized windows. This charming, beautifully renovated five story, brick, marble, and stone building is just steps away from the Eastman School of Music campus. Destined to be a dynamic environment for living, learning, and creating, the new resident lounge provides 6,000 square feet of space for student practice rooms, a performance area, fitness center, micro lounges, and a community center with Wi-Fi access, a Flat Screen TV, Wii, a Pool Table, and Darts. We are looking forward to the completion of this project and welcome you to call or stop by the University Place Leasing Office with any questions!
I could give "Good" or "Excellent" before I heard the mouses appeared in this apartment.
Im pretty much happy with the apartment itself. What I'm not quite happy about is the use of a keycard to enter the building. I would rather have a system that would allow me to enter a security code rather than having a key card that i may lose.
Parking is also another issue since it is not convenient at all. While it is secure (and I get a 10min roundtrip walk everyday), it is just too far to be convenient.
I enjoy my apartment, but some things do take a while to get fixed (elevators, the dart board in the common area, etc.). Having said that, things are MUCH better now than they were under the previous leadership! THANK YOU for taking a stand and making sure the garbage area is clean!
I am satisfied with the environment the apartment has offered. However, one of the elevators should be fixed as soon as possible, as it has been out of order over a month.
I don't have any major complaints, but there are things that could be improved upon. When we first moved there were community events/parties, this has not happened in long time. I wish there were more of a community feeling to the building. No one here really socializes.