Welcome to Argyle Apartments, a collection of apartment residences located in the center of Salt Lake Valley. Situated just minutes from the I-15 and I-80 interchange, our accommodating location provides convenient access to your everyday destinations. Explore the exquisite dining, variety of fashion and entertainment hubs in Downtown Salt Lake City. Take advantage of the nearby Light Rail lines and enjoy the easy commute to Salt Lake Community College. And with its surrounding scenic views of the Wasatch Mountains, the comforts of home are just as appealing. Discover a new dimension of city living at Argyle Apartments.
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I am looking for a 1 bedroom n this whole place is cute antique n popping colors :) n is affordable
Horrible place. Overpriced, it may look cheap but ive spent over a grand every month and for what? A one bedroom with no a/c and a horrible assortment old neighbors. All the elevators are terrible and comstintantly break. Dont live here!!
On the surface, value for money seems ok. It's not. There are a total of three elevators in the building. Two have been completely broken since I moved in 5 months ago. The other works 70% of the time. There are door locks on everything including two just for the laundry room. It's pretty irritating. Utilities are also off the charts for Utah. Around $40 for building utilities and another $35 for electric if you are conservative. Plus internet is not included. I could live with an old building, but the people in the office (besides the general manager who is one of the friendliest people I have ever met) are some of the most unpleasant souls around. It is a massive burden to pick up your packages and there is just an overall "I could care less" attitude. How is this standard of customer service acceptable? Finally, they don't have a maintenance staff. Well technically they do, but they don't really do much. Several of the building light bulbs are out and never get replaced. It's mostly left to your own devices. Just an FYI.