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Signature Club Apartments


3000 Signature Blvd Ann Arbor, MI

Updated 2 months ago
$1,239  -  $3,465
1 - 2 Bed
2 Bath
Available Now
Where You'll Live
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Floor plans
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$1,239+ Palmer Classic 2 940 ft2 Now
$1,240+ Palmer Premium 2 940 ft2 Now
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$1,519 Woods Classic 2 1100 ft2 Now
$1,519 Woods Classic Premium 2 1100 ft2 Now
$1,300+ Nicklaus Classic 2 1050 ft2 Now
$1,517+ Nicklaus Premium 2 1050 ft2 Now
Amenities
Pets
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Pet Friendly Community
Amenities
Balcony, Deck, Patio
Fitness Center
Refrigerator
Fireplace
Pool
Public Transportation
Cable-ready
Recently Renovated
Tennis Court
Online Payments
Community Events
Gift Wrap Service
Library
Stainless Steel Appliances
Sauna
Barbecue
Fire Pit
Near Campus
Professional Landscaping
Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Clubhouse
Bocce Ball
Dry Cleaning
Lending Library
Microwave
Granite Countertop
24-hour Maintenance
Volleyball Court
Coffee
Sundeck
Corporate Suites
Range / Oven
Parking
Covered Parking
Laundry
In-unit Laundry
Property Details
Description

Experience the difference Marquette can make in your life and come home to a higher quality of life in our Ann Arbor apartments. At Signature Club, we're just a short walk from local transportation and classes at University of Michigan and just down the street from the Briarwood Mall. From the moment you move in, you'll be surrounded by meticulously maintained, generous floor plans with spacious closets. As a resident, you'll be able to take advantage of our We C.A.T.E.R. services.

Signature Club wrote the book on modern amenities. Because our community offers complimentary breakfast Monday through Friday, you'll start your day off right in our neighborhood. As a resident of our Ann Arbor luxury apartments, you'll stay connected to stunning swimming pools, 24-hour fitness centers, and indoor jacuzzis. Day in and day out, we're always jam-packed with activities. If you want to learn more about events, contact our Community Life Architect directly at signature@communitylife.info.

If you are looking to be a part of something memorable, and want a newly renovated apartment that feels like home, you'll find it in our community. Discover why living with us is ideal for life near U of M. Visit us today to set up a tour of our neighborhood!

Lease & Fees
Lease Length: Flexible leasing available from 3-14 months!
Application Fee: $125
Other: $50 administrative fee
Pets
Other: We are extremely pet friendly!
Breed Restrictions: Standard breed restrictions apply
Size Restrictions: No weight restrictions apply
Office Hours
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Additional Details
Total Unit Count: 50
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Contact Number: (734) 672-3703
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 6 available units at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 6 units vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 940 to 1,100 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats and dogs.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 and 2 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 2 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $1,239 to $3,465. Signature Club Apartments has 2 bedroom units available starting at $1,300 and 1 bedroom units available starting at $1,239.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 3000 Signature Blvd in Ann Arbor, MI. It's 3.2 miles west from the center of Ann Arbor.
Reviews
By A Google User, July 24, 2018
This is the best apartment you can get in Ann Arbor. 1. Pet friendly 2. Has w/d in unit, dishwasher, all appliances you would expect 3. Lots of space inside 4. Best price you can get. If you go cheaper, the place will be missing basic things like w/d, or will be far outside of Ann Arbor 5. Good parking 6. Has a gym, pool, and even a sauna 7. Staff is responsive and friendly. They are REALLY GOOD with dogs 8. Good location off of Einsenhower. Close to essentials like meijer, gas stations, a vet, etc... Very easy to get in and out. 2 mins from 94.

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By Mac Wiltzer, July 24, 2018
This is the best apartment you can get in Ann Arbor. 1. Pet friendly 2. Has w/d in unit, dishwasher, all appliances you would expect 3. Lots of space inside 4. Best price you can get. If you go cheaper, the place will be missing basic things like w/d, or will be far outside of Ann Arbor 5. Good parking 6. Has a gym, pool, and even a sauna 7. Staff is responsive and friendly. They are REALLY GOOD with dogs 8. Good location off of Einsenhower. Close to essentials like meijer, gas stations, a vet, etc... Very easy to get in and out. 2 mins from 94.

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By A Google User, June 15, 2018
I have lived here for 1 year and it has been the most pleasant and enjoyable living experience. The staff is amazing, and very helpful. I would recommend this place to my family and friends. Great location and great neighbors. If I could give this place 6 stars I would! The problems I had with other apartments, this place has made non-existent. The Emerson is Veteran friendly with their Stars and Strips program. As a disabled veteran I couldn't be happier with this complex. -Alex W.

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By Alex W, June 15, 2018
I have lived here for 1 year and it has been the most pleasant and enjoyable living experience. The staff is amazing, and very helpful. I would recommend this place to my family and friends. Great location and great neighbors. If I could give this place 6 stars I would! The problems I had with other apartments, this place has made non-existent. The Emerson is Veteran friendly with their Stars and Strips program. As a disabled veteran I couldn't be happier with this complex. -Alex W.

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By Mac Wiltzer, April 01, 2018
Pros: 1. Pet friendly 2. Staff is friendly and responsive 3. There's a gym 4. Apartment has good layout 5. Good location 6. Mark is awesome with dogs. When they see him they go crazy and pull me towards him! 7. You can pay online, and also do service requests 8. There's a fireplace. 9. Patio / balcony. Cons: 1. Trash Valet. This is a third party that picks up your trash at your door for $25 / mo. You can't opt out, so you might as well use it. Unfortunately they are extremely picky about your trash, randomly don't show up, and don't come on weekends. This is a total ripoff for me since I live on the first floor and close to the dumpsters. Note: since your trash bin is sitting outside lazy people try to use it sometimes. They'll stick fast food bags on top, etc... This causes TrashValet to not take your trash, so now you have to deal with some rando's trash. 2. Trash and dog poop all over the place outside. There are ZERO trash bins on the main sidewalks and entryways, so lazy people don't bother to clean up after themselves. 3. Gym is dirty. This is due to the wipes not being replaced for weeks at a time, and the floor not getting cleaned ever. 4. The office puts packages in a closet and doesn't tell you a package arrived. If you're expecting a package this is fine, you can check every day. If you're not expecting, good luck! 5. Parking lot and sidewalks are a nightmare during the winter. Hopefully you're an able bodied, alert individual, or else you're gonna have problems on the unpaved, icy sidewalks and parking lot. 6. Walls are poorly insulated. The master bedroom on the corner of the building is an energy sink. It's 10 degrees colder than the rest of the house, and we have to use a space heater when we're in there. We have to keep this door closed, otherwise it forces the heater to run all day long. Overall: I'll give it a 3. It's fine, and relatively cheap for Ann Arbor. The main problems have do with trash. Seriously, they could solve the trash problems by sticking a few public trash bins on the sidewalks.

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By Mac Wiltzer, March 30, 2018
Everyone has to pay $25 for a service called Trash Valet. The problem is this company regularly doesn't show up to do their job. We have reported this to management several times with no resolution. They don't allow you to opt out, or even lower your mandatory fee when this horrible third party doesn't do what they are being paid to do.

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By A Google User, November 20, 2017
Let me preface this by saying I really wanted to like this place, the apartments look really nice on the outside and its in a great location: right by the mall, downtown Ann Arbor, Whole foods, etc. but you're paying to live in Ann Arbor, not for apartment quality. The management never seems to know what is going on: the first apartment I had ended up getting canceled because the unit I was told I was getting wasnt actually available. The one I ended up with was actually in a nice spot of the complex but had awful bug problems and flooded 3 weeks after moving in and we were moved into another apartment. This was a known issue with that apartment that had occurred the year before and apparently no one bothered to check it out after we pointed out the corner baseboard rotting away when we moved in. The new unit that we got moved into provides everyone coming in and out of the complex with a nice view of our bedrooms and living room. Maintenance is slow and regularly requires you to follow up to make sure things get taken care of in a timely fashion. As others have mentioned, the AC is pretty loud/obnoxious in the 2nd bedroom. Walls and floors are pretty thin: I can hear my upstairs neighbor stomping around and slamming drawers at all hours of the morning and evening. Parking is kind of a mess, its gotten a little better as people have moved out but there are frequently not enough spots for residents to park near their buildings forcing people to park in what are obviously not parking spots. On the plus side the appliances are nice, grounds are well kept, and it feels like a safe community: theres always people walking outside with their kids. Overall though, youre going to be paying rent for a luxury apartment without any of the luxury.

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By Anthony Castro, November 20, 2017
Let me preface this by saying I really wanted to like this place, the apartments look really nice on the outside and its in a great location: right by the mall, downtown Ann Arbor, Whole foods, etc. but you're paying to live in Ann Arbor, not for apartment quality. The management never seems to know what is going on: the first apartment I had ended up getting canceled because the unit I was told I was getting wasnt actually available. The one I ended up with was actually in a nice spot of the complex but had awful bug problems and flooded 3 weeks after moving in and we were moved into another apartment. This was a known issue with that apartment that had occurred the year before and apparently no one bothered to check it out after we pointed out the corner baseboard rotting away when we moved in. The new unit that we got moved into provides everyone coming in and out of the complex with a nice view of our bedrooms and living room. Maintenance is slow and regularly requires you to follow up to make sure things get taken care of in a timely fashion. As others have mentioned, the AC is pretty loud/obnoxious in the 2nd bedroom. Walls and floors are pretty thin: I can hear my upstairs neighbor stomping around and slamming drawers at all hours of the morning and evening. Parking is kind of a mess, its gotten a little better as people have moved out but there are frequently not enough spots for residents to park near their buildings forcing people to park in what are obviously not parking spots. On the plus side the appliances are nice, grounds are well kept, and it feels like a safe community: theres always people walking outside with their kids. Overall though, youre going to be paying rent for a luxury apartment without any of the luxury.

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By Kim Tran, October 30, 2017
Very happy I found this place. Overall safe neighborhood, staff are friendly and easy to talk to. All my issues reported are resolved withon reasonable time. Love the fitness room, sauna, pool, tennis and volleyball court. Although, parking can be extremely tight and sometimes affected by game days. Some apartments may have updates, but the cabinets and doors aren't the best quality. Drawers and closets do not slide smoothly, and slight damages throughout apartment but mothing too major. Clubhouse offers free coffee! Don't forget to grab a cup when you drop in.

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By Charlie List, June 29, 2017
In previous experiences the model units I have viewed have always turned out to be much nicer than my actual units, so when I moved into my apartment at Signature Club recently, I was pleasantly surprised to find my unit was very similar to the model I had toured. While I haven't had much interaction with anyone yet, the community here appears to be fairly diverse with students and families with children of all ages. While overall I am happy with my apartment, I do have some complaints/comments to share. My main complaint at this point is the completely unenforced pool hours. Several nights a week there are very loud groups of people at the pool until well after 10:30pm which are rather disruptive when I'm trying to go to bed. Also, while it's nice to have 24/7 access to the gym, the music is on over the speakers in there for the entire 24/7 and is unable to be changed or volume adjusted which kind of defeats the purpose of having two cable TVs with volume as well. Additionally, the office staff/management have not given either my roommate or myself much confidence in their abilities to do/remember much of anything, so pack your patience! Given this, I suppose the slow turnaround for maintenance requests shouldn't have been much of a surprise, but neither of the two minor requests I submitted were addressed sooner than four days. Finally, and possibly not worth mentioning, the parking lots are laid out pretty terribly so unless you're lucky with your carport assignment or happen to come home at an unpopular time, prepare to walk!

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By Sharon Carbary, December 23, 2016
I have lived here for the past 3 years. I have no complaints. Lindsay who is one of the managers there is great and always helpful! Would recommend this complex to anyone looking for a place in Ann Arbor. Great living conditions and spacious apartment size!

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By Be Swope, April 18, 2016
Just moved in! Love it. Staff is very friendly and welcoming. Quick and easy to get all the paperwork done. Apartment is spacious. Could not have been easier to move in!

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By Kale Hensel, July 18, 2015
I moved here sight unseen...and couldn't be happier, staff is great, location as well. Apartments are nice

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By Abdulrahman Alama, December 30, 2014
Nice apartment and spacious rooms. The buildings are old so you hear a lot of squeaky sounds whenever you walk or from the neighbors. I had a problem with my upstairs neighbors with them being so noisy, and the management tried to help but couldn't and didn't do anything and i had to bare with it until they moved. So, don't depend on them! Otherwise, everything was good.

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By Charles Sustaita, May 14, 2014
We've lived here for almost a year, and we are definitely renewing our lease! The manager and staff are incredibly friendly and go out of their way to help you. The maintenance staff are knowledgeable and are dispatched the same day. Our heater stopped working in mid-November, and three maintenance people came out to fix it (it was pretty cold!) the same day. They are also big on community events, and frequently host dinners, get-togethers, happy hours, tailgating parties, etc. The grounds are also well maintained! They're also dog-friendly. We won a raffle for a 3-day doggy day care. Again, they're really big on uniting the community and making you and your family feel welcome. I would highly recommend them. They're by far the best option in Ann Arbor--trust us, we looked for two months!

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By ToniAnn Trevino, April 29, 2014
Signature Club Apartments has some of the most friendly, responsive, and helpful staff that I have ever experienced. I really enjoy living here because there is a real sense of community, but what really makes this apartment complex special is how the staff is so committed to excellence. I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a well manicured, pet friendly, and beautiful place to live.

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By Katie Kunz, April 29, 2014
Parking situation is better since they started towing cars that don't have tags. Maintenance staff is responsive. Office staff is nice and helpful. Pool is nice. Price is high for 2Br 2BA but comparable to other similar apts in the area. Easy access to I-94. Heating and cooling can get expensive since the vents are right by the windows but no other real complaints. Our ceiling can get creaky (1st floor) but the maintenance staff is willing to drill floor boards every few months to cut down on the noise.

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By Katie K., April 29, 2014
Parking situation is better since they started towing cars that don't have tags. Maintenance staff is responsive. Office staff is nice and helpful. Pool is...

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Rent Report

Below are bedroom price comparisons between Signature Club Apartments and the average Ann Arbor bedroom price.

Signature Club Apartments is asking 11% less than the average 2 bedroom apartment in Ann Arbor.

If you upsized to an average priced Ann Arbor 3 bedroom apartment, you would pay 50% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Ann Arbor 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 30% less per month.

Signature Club Apartments provides 17% more square footage than the average Ann Arbor 2 bedroom apartment.

To comfortably afford renting a 2 bedroom unit at Signature Club Apartments, a tenant should at least have an annual gross income of $54,684.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Signature Club Apartments
2BR $1,519 $1.40 $4,557
Ann Arbor Average
Studio $1,244 $2.10 $3,732
1BR $1,310 $2.00 $3,930
2BR $1,707 $1.80 $5,122
3BR $3,424 $2.90 $10,272
4BR $3,036 $1.80 $9,107

Availability in Ann Arbor

Knowing what units are available is important when finding the best deal. Property managers may be willing to give concessions if they have many vacant units.

Currently in Ann Arbor there are 720 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Ann Arbor
Studio 257
1BR 516
2BR 720
3BR 179
4BR 116
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