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When touring our community, you may be shown either a vacant apartment after it has been cleaned and prepared or a model apartment, particularly if the desired style of apartment is unavailable. In either instance, a photo ID is required to be shown prior to touring the community. Self-guided and virtually guided tours also may be available.


To apply to an available apartment, all adult applicants (18 years of age or older) must complete a separate online application on our community website and, if applicable, pay a one-time fee online by credit or debit card. Lease terms and rental rates vary by community. An application will not be processed if payment is not received.


Renters insurance is a requirement of the lease agreement. Once approved, you will receive instructions on how to submit proof from a qualified insurance carrier licensed by the state consistent with the location of the property.


The lease agreement is intended to begin on the agreed upon date, however, if you are not able to take possession of the apartment on the beginning date due to any cause reasonably beyond our control, including delays in construction, holding over by previous residents, or for any other reason, then, the lease agreement will begin when we determine the apartment is ready and available for occupancy. The beginning date will be adjusted to reflect the actual date that the resident takes possession of the apartment.

Questions regarding this rental policy, specific applicant screening decisions or requests for accommodations or modifications due to disability can be addressed by contacting the Property Manager.

This community is an equal opportunity housing provider

We fully comply with federal, state, and local fair housing laws. We do not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status or handicap. We also comply with state and local fair housing laws. We provide reasonable accommodations and permit reasonable modifications for individuals with disabilities.