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Daniel Court

640 Daniel Court Cincinnati, OH

Updated almost 3 years ago
$Ask  -  $777
1 - 2 Bed
1 - 2 Bath
Available Now
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Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$659+ Model1A 1 600 ft2 Now
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$Ask Model2B 2 900 ft2 Ask
$777 Model2A 1 900 ft2 Now
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Pet Friendly Community
Air Conditioning
Balcony, Deck, Patio
High-speed Internet
Ceiling Fans
24-hour Maintenance
Property Details

Daniel Court, located near Eastgate Mall on Cincy's southeast side offers easy access to both I-275 and downtown. Your apartment home has washer/dryer connections, patio with privacy fence, and some serious bonus storage. We offer many flexible lease terms for our Studio, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments to suit your needs.

In order to both work and play hard we know you have to be in top form, which is why we are conveniently located near medical, dental, and veterinary services. Our location is convenient to the Interstate, shopping, entertainment, the local police department and public transportation. When you feel the need to take a night of cooking, try local favorites Gramma's Pizza, O'Charley's, Fresh Brew Cafe, Koto Japanese Steakhouse and more, all near Daniel Court.

You'll never be short on entertainment living at our Summerside Cincinnati apartments. Exercise your need for retail therapy at nearby Eastgate Mall. Practice your short game or embrace your inner child at Eastgate Adventures with some miniature golf and go-karts. Get outside, stretch your legs and enjoy the beauty of Clepper Park or Mt. Carmel Park.

Additional Details
Last Updated: almost 3 years ago
Contact Number: (513) 528-3380
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 3 available units at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 2 units vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 600 to 900 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 1 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $659 to $777. Daniel Court has 1 bedroom units available starting at $659 and 2 bedroom units available starting at $777.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 640 Daniel Court in Cincinnati, OH. It's 11.9 miles east from the center of Cincinnati.
By Tyler Williams, May 26, 2018
Huge pot holes been there for months and months

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By Andrew Mcclure, March 14, 2018
It's a peaceful place and the apartments are nice and everbody keeps to themselves....

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By Craig Barnes, November 27, 2017
Nice people work there and good place to live

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By Jenny Darees, November 22, 2017
No complaints. Quiet at night maintenance and office staff friendly and quick to fix a problem.

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By John Duncan, February 18, 2015

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By Gloria Thompson, August 02, 2013
Been a resident for nearly 17 years. What was once a delightful, quiet and well-kept community has now become one with many issues and problems year after year. The maintenance is no longer top notch or can even be described as "good", which is not entirely the fault of the personnel they do have, as it appears the upper management does not want to spend what is needed to properly handle upkeep needed. The management has changed so many times, it's ridiculous. We have had 5 property managers in the past 2-3 years! Mistakes abound when it comes to rent issues, and the excuses are numerous, from "computer problems" to they are on vacation, to no one is available (for days on end), etc.. Potholes abound throughout the complex, dead trees are everywhere, grass is cut hardly ever, and not maintained properly, as clippings are no longer removed as they once were. Bushes are unkempt most of the time, and weeds are never pulled. Fences are in ill-repair. The renters are mostly short-term anymore, and disappear as quickly as they rent. The frequency of police presence is a concern. Interior maintenance has become a joke ... as there is no replacement of old items, only moving something refurbished or fixed from one apartment to another. The lack of property management's presence is a joke. If you need something done or need to speak with management, there is rarely anyone in the office, and there is no direct number to reach anyone for assistance. There is an "emergency" phone number for maintenance repairs, and the pager system was out for months, making it impossible to ever reach anyone in an emergency! always available, It is frustrating and scary for some of us who are elderly if there is a pipe bursting or major emergency. An example, the fire smoke alarm was sounding off for hours in a vacant apartment, and there was no way to get hold of anyone. A tenant had to enter thru an unlocked window to turn off alarm and all the lights left on in the vacant apartment to assure there was no fire issue. The next step would, of course would have been to call the fire department and have them break the door down. The main issue seems that the owners no longer care about the premises or buildings that need repair, and there is no care or background checks into the individuals now allowed to rent. This no longer feels like a safe or well-kept community, which saddens me. On top of that, many of us are now aware that a part-time maintenance man, working 2-3 days a week is allowed to have access to tenants' personal records and rent checks, as well as access to computer emails from tenants trying to reach management. It was learned that this individual "erased" messages that might "upset" the manager. This practice appears to be illegal, as this person is not bonded and should not be given this privilege, just because upper management won't hire a full-time property manager who is available, or at least has a back up manager available at all times. Highly unprofessional. We have some individuals who have requested to be moved to a one-bedroom apartment, as they cannot afford to stay in a 2--bedroom, and they are told they can't do it because they are trying to fill those with new tenants. How is this taking care of tenants who are already here and want to stay? Makes no sense to any of us! No wonder we keep losing good tenants. Best I can say is rent at your own risk, and be aware.

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Rent Report

Below are bedroom price comparisons between Daniel Court and the average Cincinnati bedroom price.

Daniel Court is asking 48% less than the average 2 bedroom apartment in Cincinnati.

If you upsized to an average priced Cincinnati 3 bedroom apartment, you would pay 16% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Cincinnati 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 25% less per month.

Daniel Court provides 17% less square footage than the average Cincinnati 2 bedroom apartment.

To comfortably afford renting a 2 bedroom unit at Daniel Court, a tenant should at least have an annual gross income of $27,972.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Daniel Court
2BR $777 $0.90 $2,331
Cincinnati Average
Studio $950 $1.70 $2,849
1BR $1,187 $1.60 $3,560
2BR $1,482 $1.40 $4,447
3BR $1,760 $1.20 $5,281
4BR $1,680 $1.00 $5,039

Availability in Cincinnati

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 Cincinnati there are 871 1BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Cincinnati
Studio 102
1BR 871
2BR 863
3BR 188
4BR 43
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Elon Property Management

(513) 528-3380
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