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The Cliffs

621 Mcalpin Ave Cincinnati, OH

14 Reviews
2
Beds
2
Baths
900
Square Feet
Oct. 21st
Availability
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Last Updated:
11 days ago
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Size
2
2
$930
900 ft2
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$Ask
575+ ft2
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1
$710
650 ft2
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$Ask
750 ft2
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$Ask
800 ft2
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$895
800 ft2
3
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$Ask
1,100 ft2
Pets
Dogs Ok Cats Ok Pet Friendly Community

Breed Restrictions:   German Shepherd, Pit Bull, Bull Terrier, Doberman, St. Bernard, Chow, Rottweiler, American Bull Dog, or anything mixed with these breeds.

Size Restrictions:   70 lbs maximum

Deposit:   $150

Rent:   $20 per month, per pet

Amenities
Heat Included Balcony, Deck, Patio Trash Removal Included Pool On Bus Line Water Included Near Campus Near Hospital Student
Parking
Covered Parking Off-street Parking
Property Details
Unique, carefree and relaxing...be a part of Cincinnati's most exciting Clifton communities. Forget about that painful commute to school! Enjoy living just minutes from downtown Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati State and the hospital district. Located in historic gaslight district, only minutes to I-71 and I-75. You'll love being so close to shopping, movies, fine dining, entertainment and Mt. Storm Park.
Lease & Fees

Security Deposit:   $99

Application Fee:   $25

Office Hours

Monday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Wednesday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:   9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday:   12:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Additional Info

Last Updated:   11 days ago

Contact Number:   (513) 861-5050

Property Manager: CMC Properties
Email Address: No Email Provided
Where You'll Live

The Cliffs
621 Mcalpin Ave Cincinnati, OH
Directions

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I lived here for a little over a year. The cost for the area is great . The apartment was a good size and I love the floors. Maintenance was an issue. Ground floor hallway would flood. You can walk to ludlow pretty easily and to mt. Storm. We had water leak into our apartment on 2 occasions. One occasions took a month for them to fix and they got drywall dust on everything . No drop clothes were put down and no warning was given. Hallway fire alarms chirped all the time noting a low battery. The front desk would be informed and nothing would be done . We put our own batteries in a few times for safety and to get rid of the annoyance. An animal died in a vacant apartment and the stench was horrible and rendered out living room almost completely not useable. Maintenance refused to check on the issue as it was the weekend and 'not an emergency '. It smelled like rotting flesh for days. If you don't have any major maintenance issues while living here, it will be fine. if you can fix minor things yourself you will be better off. Have good renters insurance for sure. The pool is a nice size and laps can be done. Not a whole lot of upkeep is being done on communal areas which makes it look a little beat up. Stairwells are dirty and often have junk in them. There is an excessive amount if drug is in the building and hallways smell like marijuana daily . Nothing is don't to stop this. They also rotate through staff which creates a lack of consistency which is frustrating. Be prepared to do follow up to get any request followed through on. You should also check the work once it is done as it is often incomplete.
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