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The Courtyards


1780 Broadway Ann Arbor, MI

Updated almost 2 years ago
$809  -  $1,535 per bed
& room
1 - 4 Bed
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Floor plans
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$957 2 630 ft2 Unavailable
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$809 3 1200 ft2 Unavailable
Amenities
Amenities
Heat Included
Air Conditioning
Dishwasher
Furnished
Fitness Center
Disability Access
Refrigerator
Garbage Disposal
Trash Removal Included
Public Transportation
Cable Included
Internet Included
Controlled Access
On Bus Line
Water Included
Range / Oven
Ice Maker
Bath Tub
Package Receiving
Court Yard
Ping-pong Table
Online Payments
Online Community Portal
Tanning Bed
Trash Compactor
High / Vaulted Ceiling
24-hour Maintenance
Barbecue
Foosball Table
Pool Table
Smoke-free Community
Study Areas
Near Campus
Freezer
Granite Countertop
Secured Entry
Lobby
Business Center
Bike Parking
Coffee
Individual Lease
Near Grocery Store
Microwave
High-speed Internet
Elevator
Clubhouse
Conference Room
Media Room
Accepts Credit Cards
Meal Plan Available
Near Hospital
Student
Parking
Covered Parking
Off-street Parking
Laundry
In-unit Laundry
Property Details
Description

You need somewhere to call home, but finding the perfect place can be stressful. At The Courtyards, there's no need to worry-we've got everything you need and more to make your decision an easy one.
We want to help you make the right choice for your housing. That's why we offer individual leases for a wide range of fully furnished floor plans and unique on-site features like and in-unit washer/dryer, private bathrooms for every bedroom, stadium seated movie theater, 24/7 Cappuccino bar, on-site community assistant staff and more. Plus, at The Courtyards, you'll be close to all the action, popular hangouts, sporting venues and campus.
But it's about more than just the apartment perks, it's about a feeling of community. The Courtyards provides you with the perfect environment for your lifestyle. Whether you want to hangout with friends, relax and enjoy a quiet evening, or explore exciting nightlife venues of Ann Arbor, everything you want and more is right here-all that's missing is you!

Lease & Fees
Security Deposit: Ask for details
Lease Length: 12 Months
Application Fee: $30 Application Fee
Other: $150 Service Fee
Office Hours
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Additional Details
Total Unit Count: 320
Last Updated: almost 2 years ago
Contact Number: (734) 994-6007
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
No. This property is not currently accepting new tenants.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
The property manager did not submit a pet policy with this listing.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 1780 Broadway in Ann Arbor, MI. It's 2.9 miles northwest from the center of Ann Arbor.
Rent Report

If you upsized to an average priced Ann Arbor 2 bedroom apartment, you would pay 19% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Ann Arbor studio apartment, you would pay 32% more per month.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Ann Arbor Average
Studio $1,976 $1.80 $5,928
1BR $1,337 $1.90 $4,010
2BR $1,655 $1.60 $4,964
3BR $4,410 $3.40 $13,230
4BR $2,686 $1.40 $8,058

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 388 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Ann Arbor
Studio 111
1BR 273
2BR 388
3BR 113
4BR 89
Where You'll Live
Reviews
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Warning! Warning! Warning! They discriminate against international Chinese student, because they take advantage of that international students don't know how to protect their rights using the law here. Check out student legal service from U of M, when you feel uncomfortable with the leasing office. Don't be afraid! cy

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Don't live here or you will regret! When you check out the apartment, they will charge you for the carpet repair fee, no matter what the condition it is. cy

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I haven't moved in yet but facilities are beautiful, spacious, clean. However, on my tour that I scheduled for 10AM one day, the offices were not open (nobody was there)! Even though offices say they open 10AM. When someone finally arrived 20-30 minutes later, there was not a word of apology or acknowledgement of their lack of timeliness. Otherwise, great so far.

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The elephant in the room is the price, but I think some people may find it worth it. Consider the location, parking, tanning beds, coffee, theater, and popcorn. How much are you likely to utilize these things? Everyone also gets their own bathroom so you get half of the experience of having a single no matter what (the other half of course being the kitchen, which is shared.)

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The best parts of living at the Courtyards were the floor plans with private bathrooms and decent space. The included furniture is reasonable. It would be worth the price, but the two biggest cons are parking and management. Parking is expensive and limited. I can only speak from the perspective of a subleaser, but the subleasing process was a NIGHTMARE. I regretted signing immediately. Management will not work with you on any of your concerns and they will pinch every penny they can get from you in the meanwhile. Overall, I'd recommend looking elsewhere unless money isn't an issue and you don't have a vehicle (an unlikely combination).

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Good place for international students - friendly staff and quick maintenance people. The printer has issues quite frequently though, and there are so many costs associated with just moving apartments. The lease end date is kind of weird too.

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I lived at this place for three years and didn't have much problem. Internet outage happens but very rarely. Power outage happens but it was the entire nearby area. I would blame DTE Energy instead of the apartment. The rent is reasonable considering you get a private bathroom. The only complain is the poor noise-isolation. But I never had a noisy neighbor. If someone is making noise next door, I would talk to them or just contact the apartment office.

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I'm giving this place a two star because the maintenance is actually really good at fixing the issues in the apartments. The overall complex is complete trash. The units are expensive and too small. You get your own bedrooms and bathrooms and have to share the living room and kitchen with your roommates. Sounds good right? Wrong. God forbid that a small stain appears on the floor or someone who isn't a student actually uses the apartment to cause wear and tear. They will claim the unit carpet is completely destroyed, replace the entire carpet, and charge every roommate a portion of the replacement fees. Anywhere between $125 to $200 per person. Parking is crazy expensive. They ran out of spots around December and started a so-called "waitlist" to get more spots. i was told that something will open up in the summer because residents leave but no one contacted me. Even if they did. They would charge you a full months of parking in the last couple days because "it's a premium". Hello?? Places across campus offer free spots and you're charging more money for a really bad garage that doesn't even close properly. Very unsafe especially with all the nice cars in the structure. The internet is constantly going down, despite the fact that they boast about "reliable, high-speed internet". Their ISP, Elauwit, is the most pathetic excuse of internet services I have ever had the misfortune of dealing with. They are so unhelpful and are rarely able to offer proper advice on how to remedy any outages. The student food events they have is a piss poor attempt of community building. The workers there are nice who function the event but the food is not worth the amount of money they charge us. Not only that, the events are recycled and gets boring after the fifth pizza dinner of the year. The management staff is not worried about resident satisfaction in any way. They are more concerned about increasing the money in their pockets as rent increased by $120 for the next year. Their claim is that "that rate was a special" but why? Why was the rent so low and now so high? What is different? I had friends who lived here back in 2013 and their rent was higher so why slash the prices? Sounds greedy and corrupted to me. For the price you pay and the services you receive, you are MUCH better off simply living on Central campus since you'll be next to the night life. The kicker to this is that you cant get out of your lease if you dont plan on living there for the summer. I would pay a high lease breaking fee over having had to struggle to find a subleaser because it is cheaper overall. They charge a "sublease fee" of $200 and require the subleser to pay $180 for an application fee even though they will only be there for a couple months. NOT ONLY THAT, THEY TAKE YOUR DEPOSIT AND GIVE IT TO THE NEW PERSON IF YOU CHOOSE TO SUBLEASE. I LOST OVER A THOUSAND DOLLARS AND THEY DO NOT PLAN ON RETURNING THIS MONEY TO ME. The Courtyards is a big mistake. If you absolutely have to be on north campus, go somewhere else. This place is not worth the time, money, or your sanity.

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I love the staff and the maintenance guys! They are nice and friendly and very efficient! And the price isn't so bad either. Totally worth it.

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By ,
The biggest pro is that the rooms are very new. Old rooms like Bursley are easily recognized, and they make me feel sick. Another pro is that the bedroom is spacious. I can buy a large table and put it alongside the big bed. Sure the parking is limited, and the staff may seem aloof, but I don't have a car and I don't need the staff often.

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I really had great times for the last 4 months as a resident in the courtyards. The courtyards crew are so friendly and supportive and I really loved the almost weekly events. Thank you Courtyards. Mohammad

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I really love it here in Courtyards because it's so convenient. It's my first time living here on North Campus and I was pretty apprehensive about going to Central and whatnot but the bus stop is just right outside! Also, I like that there's free coffee on the first floor and free food every week :). They've always been so helpful as well whenever I lock myself out of the room.

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I've lived at the Courtyards for two years and have enjoyed my experience. The property is well maintained and issues are addressed immediately as well as professionally. The located is very convenient for someone with or without a vehicle. As a young professional, I definitely recommend this property to others that work in town and do not want to spend too much time commuting too and from work.

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The Courtyards aren't cheap, but they work hard to earn every penny. It is by far the best student housing that I have experienced. They are extremely attentive to the maintenance of the grounds and the units. They have delivered on all of their promises. The study rooms are beautiful, the theater is frequently available, the coffee bar is awesome, and the common areas are kept extremely clean. The office staff is polite, personable, and professional. This is the perfect place for students.

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Like here for effective service, environment, amenities and activities other than too expensive rent and cold face of few leasing office employees. Thank you

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