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Columbia Crossing


2206 Whitegate Drive Columbia, MO

Updated over 2 years ago
$520  -  $795
1 - 2 Bed
Available starting Now
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Floor plans
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$520+ 1 682 ft2 Now
$515+ 1 682 ft2 Unavailable
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$595+ 1 955 ft2 Now
$600+ 1 955 ft2 Unavailable
Amenities
Amenities
Dishwasher
Fitness Center
Fireplace
Garbage Disposal
Pool
Ceiling Fans
Business Center
Pantry
24-hour Maintenance
Secured Entry
Tanning Bed
Cable-ready
Parking
Off-street Parking
Laundry
On-site Laundry
Property Details
Description

Columbia Crossing Apartments have been designed to give you the style and convenience you are looking for. An ideal location, Columbia Crossing is just a short walk to everything Columbia has to offer. Our apartments are a great place to call home, we have spacious floor plans, tons of closet space, and great amenities like a pool and fitness center for you to enjoy.

Additional Details
Last Updated: over 2 years ago
Contact Number: (573) 283-8494
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 2 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 682 to 955 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
The property manager did not submit a pet policy with this listing.
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 $520 to $795. Columbia Crossing has 1 bedroom units available starting at $520 and 2 bedroom units available starting at $595.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 2206 Whitegate Drive in Columbia, MO. It's 1.9 miles northeast from the center of Columbia.
Rent Report
Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Columbia Average
Studio $1,367 $1.70 $4,100
1BR $752 $1.00 $2,257
2BR $804 $0.80 $2,411
3BR $992 $0.70 $2,975
4BR $1,289 $0.70 $3,866

Availability in Columbia

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 Columbia there are 168 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Columbia
Studio 19
1BR 117
2BR 168
3BR 141
4BR 61
Where You'll Live
Reviews
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Staff is amazing and they helped us in our time of need! Carroll is the best! Highly recommend

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I live at Columbia Crossing. These are older buildings in a gated complex, centrally located. I have an affordable 2 bedroom apartment, low utilities, new appliances and ample storage. There is scheduled maintenance with the response rate of 1 day for requested services. There is a small gym and outdoor pool/patio. The staff is friendly and onsite til 6pm. It is a pet friendly complex. Very quiet no incidents. 3 bus routes are only a few steps away. My only complaint is that we need a place designated to place trash recycle instead of an all-in-one container. Otherwise, a great place to live. I'm surprised that more college students don't live here for the affordability and transportation. The City buses are a straight shot to UMC and Columbia College.

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My girlfriend and I just recently moved out of Columbia Crossing and into a new home. I have to say living at Columbia Crossing was a great experience for us. There are a lot of slumlords around, but no matter what we needed, whether it be a new stove, dishwasher or whatever, the office staff and maintenance crew were on it immediately, and they never cut corners. We had some new people move in downstairs from us and they were young and were loud at night at first, but we called and let the office know and they took care of the problem and the kids were quiet from then on out. I would highly recommend this complex to anyone looking for housing in Columbia, if I ever move out of my house, I will rent from them again.

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I stayed here for 5 months on a nursing travel assignment. I have to say it's outdated but the price helps compensate for that. The staff is friendly and helpful. My only complaint is the money they took from my security deposit. They charged me $46 for three drip pans and paint on the kitchen wall. I really don't know how that was figured. I cleaned the drip pans (and the entire apartment) but if they would like to replace them before a new tenant, that is standard, then that is on them. Also I have no idea why I was charged for a repaint in the kitchen, as repainting is also standard for the next tenants as well. I feel like this was just a way to get extra money from me because I am obviously not going to waste my time going to court over $46, and I live in another state now.

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Absolutely LOVE living here! This is a great place for any college kid to live! I moved into a one bedroom last November and then transferred to a 2 bedroom in May. The staff made the move so easy! The apartments are super cute and are affordable! It is a gated community, so that makes me super safe! My questions and concerns get answered within a few hours when I e-mail. I have never had any bad experiences with Columbia Crossings! I recommend this place to anyone!

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I lived here for 6 months. Staff is good and cooperative, Walls are paper thin, Building is very old and carpet is dirty. Its my advice to any new resident take a picture of every thing before you move in. So that way they don't blame you. I made a mistake by not taking my carpet pics and becz of that they charge me for the carpet cleaning.

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I lived here for 6 months. Staff is good and cooperative, Walls are paper thin, Building is very old and carpet is dirty. Its my advice to any new resident take a picture of every thing before you move in. So that way they don't blame you. I made a mistake by not taking my carpet pics and becz of that they charge me for the carpet cleaning.

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I've lived here for over a year and hopefully will continue to do so as long as my career lets me. Columbia Crossing was one of the last complexes I visited and I'm glad I did. The military discount towards my deposit and even pet fee was more than I could have asked for and a wonderful treatment towards others like myself who serve. I have never had an issue with the workers, staff and other residents. I have greatly enjoyed my time here at Columbia Crossing, as have my dog, and have always felt supported by the amazing staff, especially Kollin!

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Great staff to work with. I am a salesman for a multimedia company. I've never seen a bad apartment. If anything is needed, they make sure it gets done. Very clean and nicely ran complex.

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By ,
Customer service is amazing! Specifically Kollin that works in the clubhouse has gone above and beyond for me, in making sure everything gets worked out. So happy with how he has help me since I moved in. This place is an amazing place to live and the people that work here really make sure everyone is happy.

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We visited Columbia Crossing Apartments when my wife and I were shopping apartments. Kollin King helped us out and showed us the different setups Columbia Crossing offered. He was very helpful and knowledgeable in regards to any housing questions we had. On top of that, he had a great sense of humor and really made our tour enjoyable.

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By ,
Its a wonderful place to live and the staff are really helpful and kind, I have been for 3 years and would not go anywhere because I love my apartment

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The staff are awesome. I've had doors closed on me because of my background without even trying to get to know me. Columbia Crossing allowed me to explain and gave me a chance at having my own place. Looks like a great place to live, with great amenities. Glad to be a tenant.

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I am an international doctoral student and lived here for one year. It's a 5-minute drive to campus/downtown. Also, the staff is always helpful and friendly. Anytime I had an issue, they were quick to respond to take care of it. The maintenance staff is doing remarkable job in keeping the space clean and safe. It offers also a gym, tanning area, public office space and a swimming pool- all of no extra charge to the residents and always kept clean. There's gated open parking. It's pretty quiet aside from the road traffic. I was lucky to have great neighbors in my unit and quickly became friends with them. Pets are allowed and the apartments offer lots of grassy areas for you to walk your dog or cat. I had a cat, and I started walking her out while living in these apartments. Always feeling safe and home. I would not have moved but needed to move to a new city. You will enjoy it and will be offered great value and services for your money.

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Living here was an absolute joy. The staff was always prompt and courteous. I never once had an issue with anything while living here. If it wasn't for relocating jobs to a new city I would've renewed my lease.

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Absolutely LOVE living here! This is a great place for any college kid to live! I moved into a one bedroom last November and then transferred to a 2 bedroom in May. The staff made the move so easy! The apartments are super cute and are affordable! It is a gated community, so that makes me super safe! My questions and concerns get answered within a few hours when I e-mail. I have never had any bad experiences with Columbia Crossings! I recommend this place to anyone!

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The Management, staff, and maintence team have been wonderful! They are very kind and attentive. I have had no issues since moving in. Over all I am very happy with all the staff and management! Thanks for all of your hard work!!

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I have stayed in Columbia Crossing for one year in the two bedroom, one bathroom apartment and I am signing for another year with them. I have great experience living there. The people in the office, especially Carroll, are always very helpful and friendly, no matter if it is in person or over the phone. The maintenance staff are great and fast, they come as fast as possible, usually the day after I call, before they come they leave a paper in the front to tell when they come and as for permission and when they done they also left a paper to tell me that they have finish fixing or checking. Thus I feel very assured that what I request has been taken care of as well as my staying in the apartment is respected. In addition, the apartment (2 bedroom, 1 bathroom) are spacious, making cooking in the kitchen and eating in the dining room very comfortable. They also have the bus that run from 6 am to 8 pm right in front of the apartment, which was helpful for people who don't have a car. On the other hand they have many parking place for people who own car. They allow tenants to own pets (check with them which type is allowed). This is a great apartment to stay in with a very reasonable price and great staff. There is only one small problem I have when living here, is the heater did not work when the winter start, although it work when I first move in. Thus I recommend checking the heater before the winter come and tell the maintenance staff to fix it in case it broke, as they fixed it within two days after I told them. It has been working great since then. Can not wait to come back there when the school start again.

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Lived here for 2 years. Columbia Crossing is a well managed complex here in Columbia. I've lived in 2 Mills properties and both were great. Columbia Crossing has an awesome maintenance crew, and office staff is very helpful. The office staff has been the same people the entire time we lived there, and they seem to really care about the property. We felt very safe here, the pool is awesome, anything you need fixed is done in a timely manner. If you've lived in a lot of apartments, I guarantee you won't be dissappinted here. My favorite feature is the water filters installed in both the kitchen and bathroom sinks.

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Hi, I am a current resident at Columbia Cross Apartments and I would like to say in my honest opinion that this place really isn't as bad as what everyone is saying it is, of course I have a middle apartment that is. I can understand people having basement level flooding as it seems this area holds moisture quite a bit. When I first was interested I saw the model apartment which was decked out with nice furniture which would be expected right? I asked to see a regular apartment and it was the same layout as the model apartment. Onto other aspects of the living. Having someone living above you you will hear them from time to time. As long as you don't have a person stomping around, which I have personal experiences with, you will only hear louder noises. It's the apartment life you gotta deal with it. It's not the housing offices fault the neighbors like to do jumping jacks. The staff has always been really nice and quick to fix things that go wrong. I smacked the towel rack in the bathroom with my shoulder and nearly ripped the thing out of the wall and it was fixed the same day. Office people are real nice as well. Never had any problems talking with them. The location. Now I will say the location is on a worse off side of town, but the price is a lot cheaper than anything on the south side of town AND you can have pets here. I can't understand paying $200 more for an apartment with 1 bedroom less (I have a 2bed/1bath) and less living space. The community is gated at night which gives me a little more secure feeling I suppose, even though it is sometimes a nuisance to get them open at night. I guess overall what I am trying to get across is, all the people who have written reviews have had a basement apartment and I would like to give my opinion of the other options available and my experience has been mostly great. I forgot to mention that half the building I live in has single pane and the other half has double pane windows and the single pane leaks like air real badly. I went to Lowes and got some insulating kits and haven't had a problem with them after that.

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I have to echo the person who said not to lease a basement apartment. Mine is now flooding for the third time. The only reason I am giving two stars instead of one is that the maintenance staff has always been quick to fix my issues, especially when they were emergent (like the two times that my heater has stopped working). You hear everything going on in the other units in your building, too. There's even a section of my closet that I can look up and see the unit above mine. The model they show before you sign your lease looks nothing like the actual units. They forget to call me when I have a package delivered to the leasing office. At one point, there were 4 arrests in one week just in my BUILDING. The insulation is so terrible that my heater has to run almost constantly just to keep the unit at 67 degrees. I could get past the bad insulation and sketchy neighbors if the facilities like the plumbing weren't so absolutely terrible. Summary: just don't do it.

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I rented a one bedroom apartment. In the beginning it was ok but they increased the rent and started charging for stuff for their mistakes. Service is good and quick but I hope your okay if your stuff gets stolen from the storage units. Then they blamed it on the neighbors!! Neighbors leave their trash out in the building for days and it stinks.I complained several times. Girls yelling and fighting outside on the streets at night. I was happy when my lease expired and informed them two months before that I was leaving. They called me half a month later saying I never completed the paper work so they will charge me extra. When told I was never informed of the paperwork, they simply said too bad...I have to pay that extra rent. Do you own research but find a better place with real amenities. I do not recommend this place.

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