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Home / United States / Seattle Student Accommodation / U-District Student Housing Apex

U-District Student Housing Apex, Seattle

4.0 (7 reviews)

Student Accommodation

4233 7th Ave NE, Seattle, Washington(WA) 98105

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Property ID: S01513697
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Basic Info

No Service Fee Elevator 24 hours security Parcels collect

132 Total Units

Highest Floor 4

Built in 1986 · Renovated in 2008

[Introduction of the apartment]

Apex was built in 1986. The apartment has four floors and an underground garage. The location of the apartment is very convenient, near the high-speed entrance, and it is also very convenient to go to the city center. There are hospitals, grocery stores and restaurants in the surrounding area.


[Location]

The apartment is located in U-distinct, a 12-minute walk to UW.

 

[Surroundings]

Apex Apartments is 8 kilometers away from the University of Washington. It's the I-5 highway to get out, so it's very convenient to get out. You can walk to the nearest school hospital, and there is a very famous Northeast restaurant-little duck nearby. There is a grocery store Trinity Market at three intersections.

 

[Inside the apartment]

The apartment matches roommates, does not provide furniture, is equipped with kitchen appliances, has independent door locks, the living room and kitchen are hardwood floors, there are large cloakrooms, and some rooms have private balconies.


[Apartment Facilities]

The apartment is equipped with elevator, courtyard, and large parcel collection.

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4.0

7 reviews

Great customer service · 2
Amazing area · 1

GAO**

5.0

25 Jan 2022 07:47

Very cost-effective, relatively quiet
Very cost-effective, relatively quiet

ZHU**

5.0

24 Jan 2022 08:51

It's pretty good. It is also very rare to rent it at this price to be closer to the school.
It's pretty good. It is also very rare to rent it at this price to be closer to the school.
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House Rules

Cancellation Policy

Details

No cancellations allowed. 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.
Application Policy

Required Documents

I-20 or DS2019 See Example

Resident's valid copy of passport

Pets Policy

No Pet

U-District Student Housing Apex FAQs

What materials do I need to apply?

Passport, visa, i20, offer

What does it mean for each person to sign an individual lease with the apartment?

Student apartments can be rented by bed or a separate room, that is, each resident signs an individual lease, which means that each person is only responsible for part of their unit lease or bed. If your roommate fails, you don't have to pay their fees

Is the apartment furnished?

Some units in Apex are furnished

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Student Accommodation in Seattle

What do the utility bills cover when renting a single student residence in Seattle?

When renting student housing Seattle, 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.

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Can I go to Seattle and see the student 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 room for rent in Seattle left around the school. Therefore, students, please decide when you sign according to your situation.

When checking in at student housing in Seattle, what documents should I bring?

Here are the necessary documents you should bring when you check in:

  1. Passport
  2. Form I-20
  3. payment receipt
  4. credit card
  5. check

Please note that the property does not accept cash.