1 bedrooms starting at $1017 & 2 bedrooms starting at $1361 PLUS $1500 gift card. Call for details!
Whetstone offers brand new, urban apartment homes perfectly placed in Downtown Durham, and just minutes from Duke University and Duke University Hospital. Vibrant and full of energy, Whetstone is just minutes from Durham's American Tobacco Campus, making it easy to get your fill of the best Durham has to offer in entertainment, dining and sports. Whetstone offers residents all the perks of an urban lifestyle surrounded by the Southern charm and hospitality Durham is known for. This new apartment community delivers modern conveniences and designer finishes at every turn. Outdoor living options abound featuring a garden courtyard with grilling lounge and fireplace, stunning saltwater pool and al fresco dining areas. A state-of-art fitness center brings the outdoors inside with oversized floor-to-ceiling windows. Outdoor living options abound featuring a garden courtyard with grilling lounge and fireplace, stunning saltwater pool with al fresco dining areas, and a pet park with ...
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I LOVE my apartment. The finishings are beautiful, the grounds are well maintained, the amenities are nice and the staff is always so pleasant!
Its a little too expensive for what it is, too cookie cutter to charge the prices they do.
Staff = Friendly and Prompt No issues Main gripe is with the cable // internet. I wish there was more flexibility and that information wasn't fully disclosed prior to signature.
Don't get me wrong, this is a lovely place to live, in a convenient location. However, I feel like the amount I pay in rent is not necessarily met with value in kind. Furthermore, be warned that it can be VERY difficult if you live in an apartment that is on the side of the building with the bus station -- the bright lights stay on until 2 in the morning, and the buses are louder than you might think!
Everything was great until Tri-Bridge bought out the complex. The staff, cleanliness and management went downhill quickly. The apt social events went from weekly to quarterly (at most). Mainance request were never done in a timely manner if ever completed. We didn't have AC for the last few months (durning the summer) because Tri-Bridge didn't want to pay for 3rd party repairs without a warranty. There was also a parking deck fiasco that resulted in us parking away from the building in winter.