Living at Woodlands Apartments puts all of Metropolitan Columbus, OH at your doorstep, making it a prime place to call home. You will enjoy practical amenities that make everyday living comfortable at affordable prices. We offer many flexible lease terms for our studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments to suit your needs. Our commitment is to provide top quality customer service at an affordable price. For those who travel often for business or pleasure, Woodlands is located just minutes from Port Columbus International Airport.
Woodlands is conveniently located with quick access to I-270 and I-70, near shopping centers and restaurants, as well as public transportation. Whether or not you're a gourmet chef, we know you'll appreciate the close proximity to local dining options on those nights when cooking is the last thing you want to do, but eating is essential. Try King Gyros Greek Restaurant, O'Toole's Irish Pub & Grill, Bella Doma or Indochine Cafe, all located near Woodlands.
You'll never be short on entertainment living at our Walnut Ridge Columbus apartments. Exercise your need for retail therapy at Easton Town Center. Get outside and hike around Whitehall Community Park. In order to both work and play hard we know you have to be in top form, which is why we are conveniently located near medical, dental, and veterinary services.
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I lived at the Woodlands for 7 years! And loved it. The staff was so awesome and the apartments was very nice. I got a new job that was almost an hour away, so I had to move....other wise I would still be at the Woodlands. Carolyn A.
My son lived at Woodland Apt for 1 year. It was his first apartment so the office manager told him he needed a co-signer. I gladly co-signed for him. Everything was fine, He probably paid on time every month, then his lease expired and he moved out. That is when the drama started. The people in the rental office called him and told him he needed to pay an additional $75. My son never got back with them to pay the $75. Now at this point, anyone and everyone knows that a co-signer (ME!) is to pay it. However, the head office manager NEVER contacted me to inform me to pay the 75 one-dollar bills! Instead, she passed my name and my son's name on to a Debt Collection Agency-which is bad for a person's credit! After the Debt Collection Agency called me and I settled the matter, I went to confront her about this. I ask her why she did not simply pick up the phone and ask me for the measly $75. Her replies were-in my view, nothing but well-rehearsed excuses and alibies. All I wanted was a simple apology but she stubbornly refused. If you are considering moving here, my advice is this. A) Any questions you have, write them down ahead of your interview time with the office staff so that when you ask them your questions, record on your iPhone their replies so that you can transcribe their words and make them sign your contract before you go signing all of their contracts! B) After you move out, arrange to go with the person into your apartment where you lived that is inspecting it so that you can challenge every idem they decide to see as needing you to pay for. Other than that, the apartment complex is an absolutely nice place to live!