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HOUSING GUIDE


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Housing Guide

Housing Guide Cobblestone Crossings Dillion Property Pros

Fruitridge Apartments The Garden Quarter

Harrison Apartments Heritage Trail Apartments Hunter Terre Haute Properties

International Village Pfister & Co, Inc.

Robinson Rental Properties Sharp Flats, LLC

Sycamore Place Sycamore Terrace

University Real Estate University Village

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Cobbleston Crossings

Dillion Property Pros

Management Company: Indiana Investments Address: 7020 Clubhouse Lane Terre Haute, IN 47802 Phone: (812) 299.1116 Office Hours: M-F: 8 am-6 pm, Sat: 9 am-3 pm Email: Clflack@indianaunvestments.com Website: cobblestonecrossings.com Units & Rates: Studio, $410

Management Company: Dillion Property Pros Address: 3213 3rd Place Terre Haute, IN 47802 Phone: (812) 232.9292 Office Hours: M-F: 9 am-5 pm E-mail: lease@dillionpropertypros.com Website: dillionpropertypros.com Units & Rates: Studio, Efficiency, Apartment

Apartments, $410-$1615 Condos, $1575-$1800 Lease Options: 9 month, 12 month

2-5 bedroom Lease Options: 9 month, 12 month

Restrictions: n/a Features: Furnished, Unfurnished, Dishwasher W/D hook-ups, Air conditioning

Restrictions: n/a Features: Unfurnished, Dishwasher W/D hook-ups, Air conditioning, ISU bus line (See page 4 for advertisement)

• 1-4 Bedroom Townhouses • Studio to 3 Bedroom Apts. • Garages Available • Great South Side Location

(812) 299-1116

• 24 Hr Fitness Center, Clubhouse, Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts • 1-4 Bedroom Apts. • Corporate Housing • 2-3 Br. Condos • Private Entrance • Attached Garages

(812) 299-3909

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Fruitridge Glen

Garden Quarter

Management Company: Thompson Thrift Development, Inc. Address: 901 Wabash Ave., Ste. 300 Terre Haute, IN 47802 Phone: (812) 242.1131 Office Hours: M-F: 9 am-5 pm E-mail: lspeer@thompsonthrift.com Units & Rates: Apartment, $995-1295

Management Company: Indiana Investments Address: 7020 Clubhouse Ln. Terre Haute, IN 47802 Phone: (812) 299.1116 Office Hours: M-F: 8 am-6 pm, Sat: 9 am-3 pm E-mail: Clflack@indianaunvestments.com Website: Thegardenquarter.com Units & Rates: Studio, $410

2 bdrm/2 bath, 3 bdrm, 2 bath Lease Options: 9 month, 12 month

Apartments, $410-$1615 Condos, $1575-$1800 Lease Options: 9 month, 12 month

Features: Unfurnished, Dishwasher W/D hook-ups, Air conditioning Attached Garage Utilities Included: water, sewer (See page 5 for advertisement)

Restrictions: n/a Features: Furnished, Unfurnished, Dishwasher W/D hook-ups, Air conditioning (See page 3 for advertisement)


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Heritage Trail Apartments

Harrison Apartments Address: 2891 S. 25th St. Terre Haute IN, 47802 Phone: (812) 558.2282 Units & Rates: Apartments, $455-$759

Lease Options: None Features: Washer-dryer, Air conditioning, Dishwasher Restrictions: No pets

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Management Company: Heritage Trail Address: 4201 E. Locust St. Terre Haute, IN 47803 Phone: (812) 234.5545 Office Hours: M-F: 9 am-6 pm, Sat: 10 am-5 pm, Sun. 12 pm-5 pm E-mail: manager@heritagetrailapartments.com Website: heritagetrailapartments.com Units & Rates: Apartments, $690-$1075

Deposit: $300-400 Lease Options: 1 year

Features: Unfurnished, Dishwasher Air conditioning, Pool, 24-hour Fitness Center, Business Center, Free DVD Library, Pet Park, On-site Laundry Facility Utilities Included: Trash Only (See page 6 for advertisement)

Fruitridge Glen Apartments 2 Bedroom, 2 Full Baths 3 Bedroom, 2 Full Baths Conveniently located near parks and shopping with easy access to major thoroughfares

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Attached Garages Air-conditioned Washer/Dryer Hook-ups Small pets welcome Spacious contemporary interiors

Located just South of Poplar Street on Fruitridge Avenue- Just south of Deming Park Contact us: 812-242-1131

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Hunter Terre Haute Properties Address: 1727 S. Seventh St. Terre Haute, IN 47802 Phone: (812) 232.8676 Office Hours: M-F: 8:30 am-5 pm E-mail: MelissaLowry@hunterlp.com Units &Rates: Studio, $300; Efficiency, $325

Apartment, $375; House, $600 Lease Options: 12 month Features: Unfurnished, Washer-Dryer, Air conditioning,

LUXURY APARTMENTS www.HeritageTrailApartments.com

(812) 234-5545 • 4201 Locust Street

(See page 7 for advertisement)

Gibson Apartments

•1,2, & 3 BR Apartments •Private Entrances •Optional Garages •Clubhouse •Pool •Fitness Center •Tennis & B-Ball Courts •Playground •Pet Friendly

Renting Summer to Fall 1-4 Bedrooms

For more information call:

(812) 234-4884

Model Open

Monday- Friday: 9-6, Saturday: 10-5, Sunday: 12-5


Housing Guide International Village Apartments Address: 4301 S. Sixth St. Terre Haute, IN 47802 Phone: (812) 232.5158 Office Hours: M-F: 8 am-5 pm E-mail: erandsh@hotmail.com Units: Apartment, House

Rates: $435-750 Deposit: $250 Lease Options: 9 month, 12 month

Features: Unfurnished, Dishwasher, Pool, Air conditioning, Basketball court, On-site Laundry Facility, Free Green Fees to Idle Creek Golf Course, 24 hour emergency maintenance Utilities: 1 bdrm, water/sewer (See page 8 for advertisement)

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Pfister & Co, Inc. Address: 711 Ohio St. Terre Haute, IN 47807 Phone: (812) 232.5083 Office Hours: M-F: 8 am-5 pm E-mail: acorey@pfister-and-co.com Website: www.pfister-and-co.com Units & Rates: Efficiency and Studio, $385

Apartment and House, various Deposit: 1 month rent or less Lease Options: 9 month, 12 month Restrictions: n/a Features: Unfurnished, Dishwasher, Air conditioning, ISU Bus Line Utilities: some have water/sewer

(See page 9 for advertisement)

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How To Find an Off-Campus Apartment By Kelci Lynn Lucier, About.com Guide

You may be exploring the idea of living off-campus because you want to or because you need to. By following these 5 tips, you can make sure you’re making the most of your search and considering all of the factors that will effect your new life away from campus.

1 Figure out Your Finances Knowing how much you can afford to pay, and whether or not living off-campus will be cheaper than living on-campus, is perhaps the most crucial information you need to know. Make sure you’ve thought about the following: • Where will my money come from? Will I pay my rent from student loans? A job? • Do I have enough cash up front to be able to pay a deposit and (possibly) first and la month’s rent? • What will it cost me to commute? Park on campus? Buy my own food? Do I need to keep

my on-campus meal plan? • How much will my utilities cost? • How much can I afford for rent?

2 Start Looking at Listings Once you’ve figured out how to pay for your apartment, and what your budget is, you can start looking. Often times, your on-campus housing office has information about off-campus apartments. Landlords will provide information to your school because they know students are interested in learning about off-campus rentals. Ask your friends if they know of anyone who will be leaving their apartments, and where the good places are to live. Explore joining a fraternity or sorority if it’s appealing to you; Greek organizations frequently have off-campus houses that their members can live in.

3 Keep in Mind What a “Year” Means To you, a “year” may be from August to August, since that’s when your academic year begins. To your landlord,


Housing Guide however, it may mean January to January, or even June to June. Before you sign any lease, think through where you’ll be over the next 12 months. If your lease starts this fall, will you indeed still be in the area next summer (when you’ll have to make rent payments regardless)? If your lease starts this June, will you indeed be around enough during the summer to justify what you’ll pay in rent?

4 Set Yourself Up to Still Be Connected to Campus You may be excited now about not having to be on campus all of the time. But as life in your off-campus apartment progresses next year, you may find yourself more and more removed from the everyday on-campus happenings you took for granted. Make sure you are involved in at least one or two clubs, organizations, etc., so that you don’t begin to drift too far away from your campus community. You may end up feeling isolated and stressed if you don’t maintain your ties.

5 Don’t Overlook the Safety Factor Life as a college student often runs on a pretty unusual schedule. You may be used to staying at the library until

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night if you have to walk, alone, to a quiet apartment with no one around? Keeping these important factors in mind will help in making sure your off-campus apartment is all you wanted and more.

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This Isn’t How Your Parents

Moved to College

Modern-Day Tips for College Packing and Moving

Just like your parents, and theirs before, heading off to college is an exciting and life-changing experience. But one thing has dramatically changed over the years – how and what to pack for the move. Modern Dos and Retro Don’ts. Modern – Do pack your clothes and accessories carefully so everything will look fabulous for that great first impression. College-bound students now have wardrobes that rival Paris Hilton. Keep those delicate items on hangers. One of the easiest ways to keep your apparel nice is to use a clothing rod made for traveling. Hang clothes on the rod, then carry it to your dorm and transfer your clothes to the closet. Retro – Don’t just toss items into any container or, even worse, a duffle bag like your parents did. You’ll have wrinkled clothing and piles of laundry to do all over again.

Packing materials 101 Modern – Do plan ahead and start collecting free, foldable boxes with lids from local merchants. You won’t have to spend extra money on packing supplies, and you can fold them up and store them under your bed for move-out day. Retro – Don’t buy milk crates, Bubble Wrap and tissue paper to pack up for college. This can be costly on your wallet and the environment – and then you have to worry about storing large, bulky items in a small space.

Get organized Modern – Do use small clear plastic boxes (such as clear fishing tackle boxes) to organize and sort those small items that typically get lost in a room. These boxes work great for school supplies, jewelry, etc. Retro – Don’t throw all of your small items into the bottom of a suitcase. You’ll never be able to find those paper clips when you need them most.

Think green, save cash, buy recycled Modern – Do stretch your budget and save gas by purchasing dorm room decor from a Goodwill or Salvation Army store near your school. This will make your load lighter – helping the environment and your back – while giving you more time to find great pieces for your new “home.” Think “green” and buy a used item, such as a futon, and personalize it with a slipcover or a throw. Retro – Don’t cram your car with everything under the sun, just in case you may need it in that rare instance. You’ll waste both gas and precious space in your living quarters.


Housing Guide To network or not to network Modern – Do load your computer with the software you’ll need, as well as an antivirus program. Before you move, check to see if your dorm has wireless Internet access. Be sure to set up a secure network to prevent hackers from accessing your computer. Retro – Don’t just assume your parents will be able to help get your computer working. Face it, the closest thing to a computer they had to bring to college was a calculator. If you need help with networking or setup, call a company like Geek Squad, a Mayflower Transit partner, to set up your equipment quickly and correctly.

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4. Priority packing: Organize your belongings in boxes by priority. The most important items, such as medicines, toiletries, valuable jewelry and paperwork, etc., should be packed clearly marked boxes. 5. Survival kit: Pack a clearly marked “essential trip kit” that includes items that you will need for the first night in case you arrive late or are too tired to unpack. This will save you from rifling through boxes to find your toothbrush or pajamas. 6. Wrapping: Save time by NOT using newspaper for wrapping like your parents did. The ink can rub off and damage or dirty your valuables. Use clean, white newsprint which you can get from moving companies or at office supply stores.

Modern – Do bring an MP3 player and a good pair of computer speakers to make sure you have all the tunes you need. Retro – Don’t pack albums, CDs and large stereo equipment. Keep the space needed for your musical collection to a minimum by loading up your music player with thousands of songs, and ease the moving process by eliminating large speakers and equipment.

7. Label it: Whether you move into a dorm room, apartment or house, label boxes by location, so you know where each box should go.

TOP College Moving Tips

9. Function first: Personalizing a new space is important, but make sure furniture is moved before unpacking personal items.

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1. Be realistic and clutter-free: Let the size of the space you are moving into, not your emotions, determine what to bring. 2. Think ahead, buy green: Most of the new stuff you buy before school will be thrown out when you move out in May. Purchase green items such as organic sheets and natural material furniture to reduce your carbon footprint. Donate your used items to local nonprofits. 3. Roommate basics: Coordinate with your roommates before the move. Share decorating ideas and plan what items each roommate should bring, so you don’t waste money and end up with duplicates.

8. Decorating essentials: Pack a small toolkit with items like a screwdriver removable adhesive strips to hang pictures and decorate your new place without damaging the walls.

10. Take a break: Take short breaks throughout moving day to avoid burnout. Meals and sightseeing on campus are great ways to stay refreshed throughout the day. Moving Tips courtesy of Mayflower Transit

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Robinson Rental Properties Address: 674 Oak St. Terre Haute, IN 47807 Phone: (812)235.9353 Office Hours: M-F: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. E-mail: TracyGilbert@aol.com Units & Rates: Studio, $300-$340

Sharp Flats, LLC Phone: (812) 877.1146 E-mail: sharpflats@gmail.com Website: sharpflats.com Units & Rates: Studio, Apartments, Houses

Features: Pet friendly, Some utilites included

Apartments, $300-$800 Deposit: Same as rent Lease Options: 9 month, 12 month

Restrictions: n/a Utilities: water, sewer

Robinson Rental Properties

Walk to Campus Apartments

Pool Fitness Center Volleyball Court Laundry Facilities and more...

The Only Place To Be 1 Bedroom 1 Bath 2 Bedroom 1 Bath 2 Bedroom 2 Bath 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 3 Bedroom 3 Bath Lofts

All Sizes Available (812) 235-9353

Townhomes

1095 Spruce Street Terre Haute, IN 47807 812-232-9199 sycamoreplace.apts@frontier.com www.sycamoreplaceapts.net


Housing Guide Sycamore Place Management Company: McCullough Development Address: 1095 Spruce St. Terre Haute IN, 47807 Phone: (812) 232.9199 E-mail: sycamoreplace.apts@frontier.com Website: sycamoreplaceapts.net Units & Rates: Studio, $625

Apartments, $505-$760 Deposit: One Month’s Rent Lease Options: 10 month, 12 month Features: Washer-dryer, Air conditioning, Dishwasher, Swimming Pool, 24/7 Fitness Center

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Sycamore Terrace Address: 5200 New Margaret AVE. Terre Haute, IN 47803 Phone: (812) 671.9559 Units & Rates: Apartments, $795-$1,375

Lease Options: None Features: Washer-dryer, Air conditioning, Dishwasher, Handicap Accessible, Pets Accepted

(See page 12 for advertisement)

Now Leasing for Fall Semester! 1-4 Bedrooms • Apartments and Homes www.buyuniversityrealestate.com


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Housing Guide University Real Estate Management Company: University Real Estate Address: 1352 Poplar St. Terre Haute, IN 47807 Phone: (812) 238.5490 Office Hours: M-F: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. E-mail: rentals@buyuniversityrealestate.com Website: buyuniversityrealestate.com Units: Studio, 1-4 bedroom Apartments,

1-4 bedroom Houses Lease Options: 9 and 12 Months

Utilities Included: select units Restrictions: Not all properties allow pets (See page 13 for advertisement)

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University Village Management Company: Keymark Property Management Address: 659 Elm St. Terre Haute, IN 47807 Phone: (812) 232.3700 Office Hours: M-R: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., F: 8-4:30 E-mail: Michele@mykeymark.com Units & Rates: Studio, $400 +

Apartment, $350 +; House, $550 + Lease Options: 12 month

Features: Unfurnished, Dishwasher W/D hook-ups, Air conditioning ISU Bus Line Utilities Included: select units (See page 16 for advertisement)

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Studio Apts. 1 bdrm - standard apts. 1 bdrm - lofted apts. Coming This Fall! 2 bdrm - Townhome 2 bdrm - 1 bath apts. 2 bdrm - 2 bath apts. 3 bdrm - 2 bath apts. 3 bdrm - 2 1/2 bath townhouses 4 bdrm - 2 bath apts. 4 bdrm - 3 bath townhouses 4 bdrm - 4 bath apts

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The 2012 guide to housing and residence life for students at Indiana State University, brought to you by the Indiana Statesman.

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