International and local students enrolled with Arizona State University and Mesa Community College in Tempe, Arizona will find that Boulevard 1900 is the best off-campus student housing for them. Located at 1900 East Apache Boulevard, Tempe, AZ-8528, this zipcode is just over 2 miles from ASU and 4 miles from Mesa. Featuring 2, 3, and 4 bedroom floor plans, this is an excellent off-campus student accommodation at affordable rentals with superb amenities.
Boulevard 1900 is pet friendly and has 243 units spread across 4 floors to choose from. Every apartment has high speed internet access, WiFi, satellite TV and cable ready. There is air-conditioning and a set of washer/dryer in every unit, you can also ask for storage units and wheelchair accessible rooms if you require. The living areas feature hardwood floors and there is a full sized kitchen. The community has very good on-site retail units for basic needs and a fitness center, swimming pool, playground, and a basketball court for you to keep nimble after school hours. You can head to clubhouse to socialize or use the business center for meetings. There is also a tanning salon on the premises. Enjoy the roof terrace and grilling stations if you want to chill if your pals or simply spend some quiet hours with yourself on the private balconies.
Rent includes water, electricity, cable, internet and sewer and trash removal.
Security and Maintenance
There is property manager on site who looks after the maintenance and security of the community.
The location of Boulevard 1900 renders getting to class and the entertainment district easily reachable on foot. There is also a very good local transit bus and subway service which you can get on from very close to the student housing complex.
Things to do nearby
Get your shopping done at 3 Strip Center shopping addresses all barely 5 to 10 minutes walk away.
Get some information about celestial bodies at the ASU Center for Meteorite Studies.
The Desert Arboretum has vivid exhibits about flora and fauna from the arid regions of the state.
Head to the Papago Park or Phoenix zoo for some quality interaction with plants and animals.
The i.d.e.a. Museum is a great place for unique and bizarre inventions.