If you’re still looking for a place to call home for the next school year, look no further! University Park Residential is the place for you.
Sporting clean two- and three-bedroom apartments, University Park Residential housing also includes many utilities and features to come with your new place, including a spacious living area where pets are allowed, a patio/balcony area, walk-in closets, a dishwasher, high-speed internet access and much more, all with the satisfaction of knowing you have on-site maintenance available 24/7.
When you choose to live with University Park Residential, you’re also choosing to have access to many of the amenities inside and nearby our complex. These include such things as:
• A 24-hour fitness gym
• Picnic and grill/BBQ areas
• Walking paths
• Washer/dryer hookups
• A lounge area
• Pets allowed
• Friendly staff
• Online rental payments
Interested in renting with us? Give us a call at (765) 372-5564 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays. We look forward to speaking with you and getting you connected to a great apartment complex!
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