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361 W Broadway St


Eugene, OR

Updated 20 days ago
$995
1 Bed
Available starting Sep. 1st
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$995 361 W. Broadway - #23 1 - Sep 1st, 2020
$825 1 - Unavailable
$845 1 509 ft2 Unavailable
$885 1 578 ft2 Unavailable
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$895 361 W. Broadway - #09 1 - Unavailable
$945 361 W. Broadway - #24 1 - Unavailable
$945 1 500 ft2 Unavailable
$995 1 - Unavailable
$995 1 - Unavailable
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Amenities
Pets
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Amenities
Disability Access
Refrigerator
Garbage Disposal
Trash Removal Included
Range / Oven
Smoke-free Community
Elevator
High-speed Internet
Microwave
Parking
Garage - Attached
Laundry
On-site Laundry
Property Details
Description
(RLNE2265840) Newly Remodeled Top Floor Apartment in Downtown Eugene! Pets? - This top floor apartment is in a historic downtown secured building featuring a desired classic charm and location! Newly remodeled with beautiful re-finished wood floors, newer vinyl windows, and marble shower surround. Lots of natural light throughout brightens and warms the space. Off-street parking and on-site coin-op laundry. Kitchen appliances include stove and refrigerator. Water/sewer & garbage/recycling provided by owner. Tenants are responsible for electric service. Renter's insurance in the amount of at least $100,000 liability per occurrence is required for this property. No smoking anywhere on the property. Unfortunately, this property does not allow the use of a co-signer. Please feel free to drive by and take a look at the property. There are current tenants in the unit, so please DO NOT DISTURB them, and only view from the street. Copy this link to your browser to schedule a showing at your convenience.
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CONTRACT TERMS: Fixed-Term Lease PET TERMS: Under 25lbs, two max, upon owner approval. An increased security deposit & monthly rent is required per pet. Pet must be at least 1.5 years old (no Akitas, Chows, American Staffordshire Terriers, Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers, Wolf Hybrids, Presa Canarios, Shar Peis, or any mix of any breed listed above). For additional information about Pets and Acorn Property Management, visit our website at www.acornpm.net and click on "Resources", "Download Forms", "Pet Requirements". Please be advised that the availability date is an estimate only. Due to factors beyond our control, the property may not be ready for move-in on that exact date. Acorn Property Management
214 Pioneer Parkway West
Springfield, OR 97477
info@acornpm.net
(541) 654-5587
www.acornpm.net The base security deposit for this property is $1,492.50. Alternatively, there is an option to purchase a non-refundable bond at a lower cost. For more information about the bond, please visit our website under download forms.
Additional Details
Account Type: Other
Total Unit Count: 18
Last Updated: 20 days ago
Contact Number: (541) 654-5587
Rent Report

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

If you downsized to an average priced Eugene studio apartment, you would pay 10% less per month.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Eugene Average
Studio $963 $1.60 $2,888
1BR $1,054 $1.70 $3,162
2BR $1,304 $1.40 $3,912
3BR $1,713 $1.40 $5,138
4BR $2,101 $1.50 $6,302

Availability in Eugene

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 Eugene there are 322 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Eugene
Studio 91
1BR 259
2BR 322
3BR 185
4BR 120
Where You'll Live
Reviews
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Here is my very real review of Broadway Center Apartments. I lived here for one year on a third floor one bedroom apartment with my cat. I had a corner unit which had limited sun exposure (great for summer) and a balcony. In order to best understand the living situation I would like to name both the pros and cons alongside my (constructive) criticism: PROS: -Good luck finding a better location for this price -You're in the heart of downtown here -Electricity is affordable if you're conscious of what you're using -Hot water was awesome -Water pressure was amazIng -Personal balcony is a huge plus -Maintenance Staff (Cory) is stellar -Specific office staff (Denise + Sarah* cannot remember the newer woman's name, sorry) -New carpets were put in before move-in -Paid parking is covered -If you have a dog there are plenty of places to walk them -Thick walls (recall I am on the top floor so cannot speak about above neighbors) -Respectfully returned a majority of my deposit -Was flexible upon move-out CONS: -Lots of dumpster divers -Paying for 'security' but I only saw them on sight about two times ever -Outdated as ever, probably most of the apartment is from the 80's -Fleas -Only amenities include an old grill -No gates -You hear the train every time it goes past -Street traffic -Trash often left around the complex -Office staff flips way to frequently -No lights in the living room -No fans in the living room -Breaker would constantly flip when I would use a vacuum or standing AC unit -Some neighbors are abusive and disruptive -No elevators -Small space Now for the meat of it all. I would first like to name that it is not at all the fault of Broadway Center staff on the ground for some of these issues. I believe a lot of the issues come directly from the owner and how they manage their property. There is certainly a sense of "if it ain't broke don't fix it" which in turn will get you the kind of renters that will treat your property as such. A little love and updating could drive much higher prices and much better quality of the property. I was very respectful and cleaned my apartment thoroughly before leaving, as well as patched any holes. I am generally a very quiet person, however I can sometimes turn the TV up and play some music while my windows are open. Neighbors generally were not loud with respect to TV or music, if anything I may have been the loud one. Denise was the staff there when I moved in. She left after about 6 months. Another guy came, I can't remember his name. He was a complete jackass and really changed my experience there. About a month before leaving he left and was replaced with a new woman who was an absolute charm to work with. At one point there were some really back neighbors I had next door. The complex however cannot regulate people so this isn't anything the complex could have done. The neighbors would have domestic violence happen often. I'd hear physical confrontations in front of my door and in the hallway. I have recorded video of fighting during the day. I had to call the police multiple times when I was there. Fortunately they moved out before I left. I really liked where my parking was. I was able to just walk right upstairs without any issues. I generally felt safe. A lot of times I'd have to walk drifters out of the trash corral because they'd be dumpster diving. No fence would stop them from jumping in. After moving in there was a horrible infestation of fleas in the apartment which I had to eradicate with veterinarian prescribed medication. They left after that only to come back when the weather got warm again. If you're moving to the top floor, consider what it may mean to get large furniture up three flights of stairs without an elevator or room to maneuver. All in all, you're paying for the location and certainly not the place. I'd look around a bit more if you're able to and if you have a few hundred extra in your budget and really want to be in downtown go somewhere else. Expect your rent to increase by over 10% year over year.

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Here is my very real review of Broadway Center Apartments. I lived here for one year on a third floor one bedroom apartment with my cat. I had a corner unit which had limited sun exposure (great for summer) and a balcony. In order to best understand the living situation I would like to name both the pros and cons alongside my (constructive) criticism: PROS: -Good luck finding a better location for this price -You're in the heart of downtown here -Electricity is affordable if you're conscious of what you're using -Hot water was awesome -Water pressure was amazIng -Personal balcony is a huge plus -Maintenance Staff (Cory) is stellar -Specific office staff (Denise + Sarah* cannot remember the newer woman's name, sorry) -New carpets were put in before move-in -Paid parking is covered -If you have a dog there are plenty of places to walk them -Thick walls (recall I am on the top floor so cannot speak about above neighbors) -Respectfully returned a majority of my deposit -Was flexible upon move-out CONS: -Lots of dumpster divers -Paying for 'security' but I only saw them on sight about two times ever -Outdated as ever, probably most of the apartment is from the 80's -Fleas -Only amenities include an old grill -No gates -You hear the train every time it goes past -Street traffic -Trash often left around the complex -Office staff flips way to frequently -No lights in the living room -No fans in the living room -Breaker would constantly flip when I would use a vacuum or standing AC unit -Some neighbors are abusive and disruptive -No elevators -Small space Now for the meat of it all. I would first like to name that it is not at all the fault of Broadway Center staff on the ground for some of these issues. I believe a lot of the issues come directly from the owner and how they manage their property. There is certainly a sense of "if it ain't broke don't fix it" which in turn will get you the kind of renters that will treat your property as such. A little love and updating could drive much higher prices and much better quality of the property. I was very respectful and cleaned my apartment thoroughly before leaving, as well as patched any holes. I am generally a very quiet person, however I can sometimes turn the TV up and play some music while my windows are open. Neighbors generally were not loud with respect to TV or music, if anything I may have been the loud one. Denise was the staff there when I moved in. She left after about 6 months. Another guy came, I can't remember his name. He was a complete jackass and really changed my experience there. About a month before leaving he left and was replaced with a new woman who was an absolute charm to work with. At one point there were some really back neighbors I had next door. The complex however cannot regulate people so this isn't anything the complex could have done. The neighbors would have domestic violence happen often. I'd hear physical confrontations in front of my door and in the hallway. I have recorded video of fighting during the day. I had to call the police multiple times when I was there. Fortunately they moved out before I left. I really liked where my parking was. I was able to just walk right upstairs without any issues. I generally felt safe. A lot of times I'd have to walk drifters out of the trash corral because they'd be dumpster diving. No fence would stop them from jumping in. After moving in there was a horrible infestation of fleas in the apartment which I had to eradicate with veterinarian prescribed medication. They left after that only to come back when the weather got warm again. If you're moving to the top floor, consider what it may mean to get large furniture up three flights of stairs without an elevator or room to maneuver. All in all, you're paying for the location and certainly not the place. I'd look around a bit more if you're able to and if you have a few hundred extra in your budget and really want to be in downtown go somewhere else. Expect your rent to increase by over 10% year over year.

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For the location, & the price it is worth it. There are definitely pros & cons of living down town, but this complex is much better than most in the area. Friendly manager , & very pet friendly. Maintenance is spectacular.

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For the location, & the price it is worth it. There are definitely pros & cons of living down town, but this complex is much better than most in the area. Friendly manager , & very pet friendly. Maintenance is spectacular.

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Convient location but can be noisy, lacks security options, and the amenities such as laundry are often inaccessible. I am a current resident and have noticed some changes since we have had a new apartment manager. Denise is friendly but there are changes to the community that I'm not really enjoying. We seems to have a high turnover rate for management which isnt helpful for creating a consistent community. It appears they have begun advertising to college students and this has drastically changed the demographic of people living here. Updates: Parking has been better enforced so we no longer have non-running vehicles but many still have expired tags and do not move often. It is my reccomendation that you invest in a paid parking spot if you want to have a guaranteed place to park. Recently, laundry at this complex has been an absolute headache-inducing mess. It appears nobody that lives here is able to retrieve their laundry when it is finished. You can expect to have to move people's laundry out of the machines almost every single time you have to do laundry. Both out of washers and dryers but because there are less dryers, you can almost count on having to remove clothes from the dryers. Alternatively, you can always wait, several hours, and hope that somebody shows up for their laundry but I've had many experiences now where people let their laundry sit unattended for days. My partner and I have had so many bad experiences trying to do laundry at our apartment that it is just easier to go to a laundromat which is very very disappointing because it is an amenity we pay for. On top of laundry being left unattended, people will open the machine while it's running which resets the cycle. This means we will go down to check on our laundry a couple minutes before the cycle is supposed to be done only to learn that somebody decided to open the whole machine, leave it open, and we now have to pay to run the cycle all over again. This means we are paying twice as much ( sometimes three times as much when it occurs more than once) to do our laundry, for no reason at all. Since I received a response to this review where Securitas was recommended, I would love to take a moment to comment on my experiences with Securitas. I did not have any incident that required me calling Securitas for quite a few months but when I did to say I was disappointed would be quite the understatement. The Securitas vehicle shows up nightly blaring NPR or whatever talk radio they listen to so loud that you can hear it across the complex. After sitting in the handicap parking spot by the office for anywhere from 3 to 6 minutes they promptly leave. Everytime time I have called Securitas they have told me to call the police. They basically do next to nothing and I have no idea why it is a service that we pay for. I will update this review to reflect that out of all the attempted calls to Securitas, they have come out one time to respond to a trespassing issue. So they have a less than 10% chance of coming out to help you but I guess they do exist on occasion. When it comes to noise or issues where you are concerned about someone making noise, they have always told me to call the police.

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Lived here for 3 years, moved out Summer 17, rent increased every year, I went through 4 apt managers, and each one was worse than the last. Do not live on the third floor unless you want to deal with extreme heat for 2 months out of the year.

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Lived here for 3 years, moved out Summer 17, rent increased every year, I went through 4 apt managers, and each one was worse than the last. Do not live on the third floor unless you want to deal with extreme heat for 2 months out of the year.

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I am a current resident and have noticed some changes since we have had a new apartment manager. Denise seems friendly but there are changes to the community that I'm not really enjoying. It appears they have begun advertising to college students and this has drastically changed the demographic of people living here. Now there are a bunch of loud, young-adults who bring all their friends over to make noise late into the night and take up parking spaces intended for residents. I never had to worry about finding a spot until recent months but since the new apartment manager will not enforce parking with stickers as was previously implemented, guests take up all available parking to enjoy the convenience to downtown. On top of that, many parking spots are occupied by cars with bad tags, vehicles that do not run or move, and residents are told to pay for a covered parking spot if we want to guarantee our parking isn't taking by non-residents. If I wanted to lived with a bunch of noisy college students, I would've lived on campus. When I toured the community originally, I was happy to see working grown adults, quiet neighbors, and enforced parking. That's all changed and it has made living here less enjoyable.

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The office and maintenance staff are top notch. Always making sure things are done quickly and efficiently with quality. Great location to get on freeway quickly or get to the university. Area can be kinda noisy on weekends though.

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The office and maintenance staff are top notch. Always making sure things are done quickly and efficiently with quality. Great location to get on freeway quickly or get to the university. Area can be kinda noisy on weekends though.

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I am quite satisfied with the Broadway Apartments. I have found the management to be very responsive - especially the maintenance. Upscale, NO - but I find the two bedroom to be reasonably priced - it really is pet friendly and a fabulous location. Yes, the ceilings are low and apartments a bit dark - a design of days gone by.... I needed a place for six months or so and this is fitting the bill nicely.

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I am quite satisfied with the Broadway Apartments. I have found the management to be very responsive - especially the maintenance. Upscale, NO - but I find the two bedroom to be reasonably priced - it really is pet friendly and a fabulous location. Yes, the ceilings are low and apartments a bit dark - a design of days gone by.... I needed a place for six months or so and this is fitting the bill nicely.

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We too will be leaving as soon as lease up. WAY too expensive for a one bedroom, and the smallest one bedroom apt I've ever been in. Few windows, dark, cave-like, smells like old, fried food. Can't WAIT to get out of here! That being said, the manager has been attentive when warranted and we've never had any real problems not addressed. It's just a crappy place, especially for the money, and WAY too expensive for what it is.

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The location was great for me with no car. However, the rent is way too high for a one bedroom. The longer you live there, the more you realize this. The manager and maintenance man are pleasant to talk to, however, don't expect them to do you any favors. Affinity Property seems far more interested in turning a profit then actually satisfying renters. Also, it seems as though each time someone moves out, the carpet is automatically replaced, so don't expect much of your deposit to be returned. Plenty of barking dogs to keep you up at night as well. If you like overpaying for an apartment and kept awake at night by barking dogs, this is the place for you.

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