Resident • 2004 - 2005 Recommended
My husband and I lived at Greenspire while I was finishing up my undergraduate degree. Of all the apartment complexes we lived in during college we really liked Greenspire the best. We got lucky and rented one of the extended loft floor plans. I can't speak for the other floor plans, but I loved my loft. We had two bedrooms, two baths, and two giant decks (one on each floor of the loft). We put up bird feeders and they always attracted a beautiful variety of birds from the large surrounding forest. It was really pretty and really quiet. The rent was really reasonable for the great amount of space. If I recall correctly the loft was over 1,200 sq. feet and we paid $740 a month not counting our covered parking spot fees.<br><br>The staff seemed responsive to our repair needs and even understood, despite their policy prohibiting dogs, when I had to baby-sit my friend's dog while she was in the hospital. The apartment also had free cable and HBO at the time which was a small plus. <br>Heating and cooling the loft was a little more expensive than a regular apartment so keep that in mind. Parking was also a difficulty at this complex as with so many other apartments. I'd recommend renting a covered parking spot for each of your cars. You'll never park near your building if you don't purchase the covered spot. The kitchen was smaller than I might have liked and made cooking large meals difficult. You can barely fit two people in the narrow gallery style kitchen at once.<br><br>Also, now that I've gotten older I could personally never go without a washer and dryer in unit. Greenspire, of course, has a common washer dryer room located in the basement of each building. All in all, Greenspire was a great place to spend my last year of college. I was happy there. <br><br><br>
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