ABODO Apartment Finder

Experience a richer experience on our mobile app!

< Back to Search Home / College Station Apartments / The District On Luther
28 Photos

The District On Luther


601 Luther Street West College Station, TX

Updated 6 months ago
$389  -  $559 per
bed
2 - 4 Bed
2 - 3 Bath
Available Now
Where You'll Live
Map View
Satellite View
Street View
Floor plans
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$559 2 861 ft2 Now
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$535 3 1143 ft2 Now
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$389 3 1320 ft2 Now
Amenities
Pets
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Amenities
Den
Air Conditioning
Dishwasher
Furnished
Balcony, Deck, Patio
Fitness Center
Disability Access
Pool
Cable Included
Internet Included
Controlled Access
On Bus Line
Game Room
Individual Bathrooms
Stand-up Tanning Bed
Individual Study Rooms
Basketball Court
Individual Leases
Media And Entertainment Room
And Photocopying
Tennis Court
Sand Volleyball Court
Electronic Keycard. Community Features: Clubhouse
Faxing
Study Lounge
Individual Locks
Computer Lab With Complimentary Printing
Tamu Shuttle Route
Laundry
In-unit Laundry
Property Details
Description

When you live in The District on Luther’s housing at Texas A&M, you can have it all! Stop by today to check out our state-of-the-art clubhouse, resort-style pool, and multiple tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts. You’re going to love living here!

Additional Details
Other: Utilities: Water & Electric are already set up! No need for extra deposits or fees!
Total Unit Count: 348
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Contact Number: (979) 680-3680
FAQs
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 3 units vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 861 to 1,320 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 2, 3 and 4 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 2 and 3 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $389 to $559. The District On Luther has 2 bedroom units available starting at $559, 3 bedroom units available starting at $535, and 4 bedroom units available starting at $389.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 601 Luther Street West in College Station, TX. It's 2.0 miles southwest from the center of College Station.
Reviews
By Sami Allathqani, September 03, 2018
The staff is friendly and maintenance is quick to respond. They have also renovated the club house which now provides residents with a coffee bar, fitness center, study area, and library. I would definitely recommend this complex to anyone in the College Station area.

See Google+ Reviews
By Autumn Boseman, August 07, 2018
Mason was definitely the most helpful and patient person I've encountered at both my stay at a sister property and The London. Any issues that my roommate and I encountered he worked diligently to find a solution! He's definitely a benefit to The London due to just being an overall awesome person. As someone who enjoys feeling a part of their community, Mason went above and beyond to make us feel welcomed. Overall, The London was great and the renovations are beautiful!

See Google+ Reviews
By Addie Davis, July 11, 2018
I lived here all four years of college, mainly for the convenience. There were a few pros: * Close to campus. It is super convenient, especially if most of your classes are on West Campus. I had friends who lived close to campus (on the NG side) and paid $300-$400 more than what I paid here. *Layout: Common area is big, and you get your own bathroom *Bus stop: There's one on the side and at the front *Gym: One of the few renovations they've done that is actually super nice. It is a lot bigger and has a bunch of new equipment. *Furnished Cons: *It isn't really kept in the best condition. The net at the volleyball court is usually always broken. Pool is green half the time during the summer. I looked at a broken lamp post for almost a month from my bedroom before they had it fixed. Half the lights in my building do not work (and haven't worked since I moved in back in 2014) so it's a little scary when you are female and you come home at dark. *They do not monitor the buildings at all. There is always trash outside people's doors. And I don't mean 1-2 bags that are gone the next day. I mean like 6-8 bags that sit there for weeks. My neighbors would keep up to 7 bags of trash outside their door at a time and it was gross. There is currently a milk jug (with milk in it) sitting outside that's been there for 3 weeks now.... *The apartments look nothing like the model they renovated last year. They did add new laminate floors last summer and upgraded appliances, but everything else is still the same. When I renewed my lease last year, I was under the impression they would be renovating the whole complex the following summer...nope *Security: They fixed the gates, and there's a security guard Thursday-Saturday night. But there's still multiple ways for people to get in. You can just park in the front, and walk through the clubhouse/walkway by the club house to access the gym, pool or another apartment. Last year, a frat (on two occasions) took over the pool. They even were charging people to get in and were blasting loud music. My roommate and I called the office to complain (it was after hours and we had to contact the emergency line) and when we got in contact they said there was nothing they could do and to just call the cops for a noise complaint. *The clubhouse got renovated, and it's not my fave. It is very gaudy and extravagant (to go with the new London theme I guess). But no one really used the clubhouse to begin with and the Starbucks coffee machine they have in there doesn't even work half the time. I honestly preferred its old look. It was a lot more homey and welcoming. This place isn't a horrible place for college kids to live in. The price could be cheaper, and they do charge a lot for utilities, but it's not the total worst. There is definitely a lot that they could improve on. It also depends on the year. I've had years where maintenance was slow and the front office couldn't care less, but I've also had years where they're great. It just depends who is working, and because it's mainly college kids there are always new people.

See Google+ Reviews
By Abbie Duffy, June 07, 2018
Ive had nothing but a positive experience living at the London! I think its the best place to live for students because the location is really close to campus and the prices are as good as it gets. The new management has definitely upped their game and the new updated clubhouse and gym are so nice and super cute! Everyone in the office that Ive talked to has been really friendly and helpful!!

See Google+ Reviews
By Charlie Johnson, June 06, 2018
Contrary to the dismay many other reviews here seem to express, I have had nothing but a positive experience with this apartment complex throughout my year living here. The management has always been attentive and efficient concerning any problems I brought to their attention. Notably, one of their staff members named Emily has been of utmost assistance of a large majority of questions I had both during the leasing process and on. Highly recommend these apartments to any students who are looking for a convenient location near campus or just some looking for quality affordable apartments.

See Google+ Reviews
By Sami Allathqani, June 05, 2018
Signed my 12 month lease last fall and I can honestly say that I have enjoyed every bit of it. The staff is friendly and maintenance is quick to respond. They have also renovated the club house which now provides residents with a coffee bar, fitness center, study area, and library. I would definitely recommend this complex to anyone in the College Station area.

See Google+ Reviews
By Thuy Nguyen Thi Bich, May 13, 2018
Best place ever! I am living here since January, and probably will continue here for 4 years of PhD. This is the first place I live when coming to USA and I definitely love this awesome place! If not being so demanded then you can find those listed advantages of place bellow: Landscape is just beautiful, quiet (far away high speed roads), green (not feeling like living in a concrete box of room like other new resident areas). Room are spacious and fully furnished. Many amenities (modern and large fitness center, lovely large swimming pool with barbecue station, basket ball, beach volleyball, tennis, spacious library and 2 more quiet rooms for study, free coffee and chocolate, free printing and computer access, free high speech wifi, etc.) They're trying to improve and serve residents better day by day! Staffs are awesome, they remember name of residents (specifically, my name even it's hard to pronoun which make me feel so happy). They care for your requests really quick and efficient, treat you with full of respect and friendly. Prices are reasonable. Strongly highly recommended for anyone out there want to find a place to live while far away home!

See Google+ Reviews
By Katherine Procter, May 04, 2018
I have lived here for two years now and have had consistently unprofessional and frustrating experiences with the management. The two things this place has going for it are its proximity to campus and the floor plans of the actual apartments themselves, which are decent enough that we've suffered through all of the other issues. Maintenance is slow to come fix problems and the package pick-up system is a mess. Our A/C has been working poorly for the past two months and we have called maintenance out two to three times to fix it, and each time they have told us "there's nothing we can do". Don't be fooled by the recent re-branding- they have only updated the clubhouse (with a ridiculous, gaudy and extravagant style, what a waste of money) and I have seen no improvements done to any of the actual apartment buildings. Most recently, they passed on the extra cost of an issue with the water billing company to their residents (an extra $35 charge) rather than absorbing it themselves or requiring the water billing company to absorb it, as it was a mistake between those two parties, not on the part of the residents. Whenever I call the office for help with an issue, it's rare that anyone seems to understand what's going on. I attribute this to poor communication on the part of management. And the office will occasionally, randomly close with no prior notice given to residents. My roommate and I have managed to make our space a home in spite of all these things, but I would highly recommend looking elsewhere for a positive living experience close to campus. I'm moving out in July and can't wait.

See Google+ Reviews
By Alex Bosley, April 16, 2018
Filthy as soon as I moved in. And I tried to understand because its an old place and not too expensive. But once they decided to spend money to completely renovate the office instead of the actual apartments, I realized they really don't care about their residents. They would rather trick people into signing than actually make it a nicer place to live. Also like other reviews have said, they mislead me into thinking I was getting a good price, where one of my roommates that signed up a week before school started is now paying 150$ less a month than I am.

See Google+ Reviews
By Hamilton Tyler, August 27, 2017
I've had my ups and downs in my experience while living at the District for three years, but overall it has been positive. Every time I've had an issue or complaint, I would just talk to someone in the office and it would be cleared up in a timely manner. There have been significant improvements over the last few months as far as appliances, flooring, and landscaping. There was one crazy Saturday night fraternity/sorority pool party last spring around finals time that got out of hand and the police showed up. Also, after my friends paid to rent two meeting rooms for their ring dunk party, one of the girls who worked at the District just came in with a bunch of her friends and took over one of the rooms for her own use. There wasn't much we could do because that was the same girl who makes the room reservations. Despite all this, I have enjoyed living at the District because of the reasonable price and good location along the bus route.

See Google+ Reviews
By Tianyang Zhou, June 04, 2017
1. Management: 5 stars. The new management is available and responsible. Our AC stopped working during one weekend and within hours a maintenance staff came and it was fixed. I think it is normal for an apartment to need maintenance and it is difficult to run a property so huge. A few hours of waiting was fine with me. The GM was very patient and heard about our concerns and understood our situation. We settled for a reasonable solution that was satisfying to me. Reasonable request will be answered! They did notify us the change of management with a letter on the door addressed to our names. 2. Facility: 5 stars Apt fully furnished! There is enough space for study in the bedroom and big HD TV with all the channels to watch games and series with friends in the living room. The study room was great for group discussion. We made plenty of progress there. The pool is awesome and there are grills onsite. I liked the hammock and chairs too! 3. Maintenance: 5 stars very quick and satisfied my needs. They helped me clean afterwards briefly 4. Contractors: 4 stars You won't need them unless you have problems with the roof or other big issues. They didn't do the job very well. Two complaints: I did feel a bit neglected by the student workers once in a month or so. Probably they had a bad day or were just tired. My work order was closed twice when it was not complete, that bothered me.

See Google+ Reviews
By Ivan Fuentes, February 18, 2017
I enjoy living here, The bus stop is here, It is close to campus that I can ride my bike to go. Staff is friendly and There are coffee in the leasing office. Rooms are kind of old, but comfortable. Furniture is not new at all, but I do not stay to much in the apt so It is ok.

See Google+ Reviews
By Kaitlyn Stewart, January 29, 2015
Great I really enjoy living here. But sometimes maintenance is slow in getting things we requested taken care of. I do enjoy all of the activities and how friendly the people who work here are.

See Google+ Reviews
By Juan Trevino, December 30, 2014
Employees have a great attitude all the time. Nice pet friendly environment. Dogs can roam around freely and there is plenty of room to do many things.

See Google+ Reviews
By Carinna D., December 09, 2014
The District on Luther is such a wonderful place to live! The staff is so helpful and always ready to help. The living experience is the best!

See Yelp Reviews (3)
Rent Report

If you upsized to an average priced College Station 3 bedroom apartment, you would pay 36% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced College Station 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 9% less per month.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
College Station Average
Studio $692 $1.40 $2,077
1BR $792 $1.20 $2,376
2BR $862 $0.90 $2,587
3BR $1,340 $1.00 $4,021
4BR $1,920 $1.10 $5,759

Availability in College Station

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 College Station there are 348 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in College Station
Studio 17
1BR 186
2BR 348
3BR 151
4BR 169
Email to:

The District on Luther

(979) 680-3680
Can't tour in person? Call or email about setting up a virtual tour.




Your message is on the way!
You should hear back within 24 - 48 hours.
Error! Please try again later.
Feeling slow?
Not you. The internet, silly.
Get the app for a faster apartment search.
Get the app
Call Email