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The Nest, Philadelphia

4.7 (3 reviews)

Student Accommodation

1324 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania(PA) 19121

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Property ID: S00796494
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Basic Info

No Application Fee No Service Fee In-unit laundry Near bus station Elevator Walk to school Gym Furnished Bills included Parcels collect

192 Total Units

Highest Floor 18 · Storey Height 9 m

Built in 2019 · Renovated in 2019

The Nest was designed by the renowned architectural firm of Cecil Baker & Partners, so each furnished student apartment shares the same design pedigree as some of Philadelphia’s most fabulous residences.
Temple’s best off-campus housing features hardwood-style floors, quartz countertops with bar stools, pendant lighting in the kitchen, energy-efficient appliances, and secure key fob entry to the building, student apartments, bedrooms, and even elevators.

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4.7

3 reviews

Amazing facilities · 2
Great customer service · 2

WANG**

5.0

14 Aug 2021 22:07

It's quite good. The whole is very convenient.
It's quite good. The whole is very convenient.

Zhong**

5.0

03 Jul 2021 03:10

At first, the contract was signed at a cheaper price, but the price increased later, but the apartment still charged me at the original price. The facilities in the apartment are really great, and the gym study room is oversized.
At first, the contract was signed at a cheaper price, but the price increased later, but the apartment still charged me at the original price. The facilities in the apartment are really great, and the gym study room is oversized.
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House Rules

Cancellation Policy

Details

No cancellations allowed. Once application is approved, the screening is completed and the lease is signed, all parties – including the tenant and the property – are bound by the terms of the lease agreement. Residents do have the option of reletting their bed space by finding another resident to take-over the lease term on their behalf. That individual would need to meet the same qualifying criteria and would sign a new lease with the community, taking the place of the cancelled lease. Transferring the lease may have additional fees determined by the apartment management. The above information is for reference only and may be varied at delivery.
Application Policy

Required Documents

I-20 or DS2019 See Example

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Renewal Policy

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Early Move-in Policy

Please message your consultant or the main office contact for more information on this.

Refund Policy

If you can't move in after signing, find a subtenant or fulfill the contract as agreed. Subletting may have additional fees determined by the apartment management.

Room Assignment Policy

Please message your consultant or the main office contact for more information on this.

Pets Policy

No Pet

Room Change Policy

Please message your consultant or the main office contact for more information on this.

Subletting Policy

All residents have the option of reletting their bed space if they do not plan on occupying their bed space at that time. Reletting requires the individual taking over the bed space to go through the same screening process as all other residents and signing a new lease agreement with the community in order to take over the lease for the remainder of the term. This ensures that all residents living on site meet the same qualification standards. It may have additional fees determined by the apartment management. The above information is for reference only and may be varied at delivery.

Termination Policy

If you can't move in after signing, find a subtenant or fulfill the contract as agreed. Subletting may have additional fees determined by the apartment management.

Smoking Policy

No smoking allowed

Check-in Guide

Please message your consultant or the main office contact for more information on this.

Check-out Guide

More information for move-out will be given to you closer to the end of your lease term.

Double Occupancy Policy

The Nest FAQs

Is the apartment furnished?

The apartment is furnished with a bed, table and chairs in the bedroom area. The living room area is furnished with a sofa, dining table, chairs, coffee table. Kitchen features include refrigerator, gas stove, built-in microwave, dishwasher, in-unit washer and dryer. Although basic furniture is available, tenants need to prepare personal items such as bedding, pots and pans, and toiletries.

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What do shared and private in XBXB mean?

The naming method of American apartments is XBXB. The first B refers to the number of bedrooms, and the second B refers to the bathroom, that is, the number of bathrooms; for example, 3B3B refers to the apartment type with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Marked [single] or [private] refers to a single bedroom, and one person lives in one bedroom; in the house type name, if there is a mark [shared] or [double], it refers to a double bedroom, that is, one bedroom 2 people

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What I rent is a single bedroom, does the bedroom opposite must also be a single bedroom?

Not necessarily, if you signed a contract for a single bedroom, you can only be sure that your bedroom is a single bedroom, and the bedroom opposite may be a single bedroom, or it may be a double bedroom for 2 people, depending on what the roommate opposite is renting single bedroom or double bedroom

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Student Accommodation in Philadelphia

What do the utility bills cover when renting an apartment in Philadelphia?

Utility refers to the water, electricity, heating, garbage and wastewater treatment fees, security fees, Internet and cable TV fees and other miscellaneous expenses that the tenant spends every month. Some landlords will include all these costs in the rent and require tenants to pay them together.

When renting a house in Philadelphia, can I cancel the lease at any time after signing the lease?

You may not. Generally speaking, the lease will take effect immediately after it is signed, and neither party can terminate the lease in advance. According to the relevant laws of the United States, if the tenant has signed a long-term lease, he/she shall bear the rent for the entire lease term. Even if he/she is forced to move out, the landlord still has the right to require the tenant to pay all the rent.

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Can I go to Philadelphia and see the house before deciding to sign?

Try not to. It is best to move in directly after arriving in the United States. Then, the closer the school starts, the higher the rent, and there is no good housing left around the school. Therefore, students, please decide the time you sign according to your actual situation.