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University Hills


2247 University Hills Blvd Toledo, OH

Updated 3 years ago
$275  -  $765 per room
& unit
1 - 4 Bed
1 - 4 Bath
Available Now
Where You'll Live
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Floor plans
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$759 A2 1 710 ft2 Now
$765 A3 1 740 ft2 Now
$819 A1 1 695 ft2 Unavailable
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$275 B1 1 864 ft2 Now
$282 B3 2 1000 ft2 Now
$284 B2 1 1000 ft2 Now
$290 B5 2 1096 ft2 Now
$729 B4 2 1020 ft2 Now
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$605 D1 4 1728 ft2 Now
Amenities
Pets
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Pet Friendly Community
Amenities
Dishwasher
Furnished
Balcony, Deck, Patio
Fitness Center
Refrigerator
Trash Removal Included
Walk In Closets
Cable Included
Internet Included
Controlled Access
Water Included
Microwave
Package Receiving
Coffee
Student
24-hour Maintenance
Fire Pit
Roommate Matching Service
Range / Oven
Granite Countertop
Business Center
Free Tanning
Carpet
Ceiling Fans
Barbecue
Study Areas
Near Campus
Parking
Off-street Parking
Guest Parking
Laundry
In-unit Laundry
Property Details
Description

University Hills provides an affordable and private home away from home where students can live and study in the Toledo, Ohio area.

Serving the University of Toledo, University Hills is located just over 450 feet from campus! You're not going to find off-campus housing any closer than that!

Lease & Fees
Lease Length: 12 Months
Pets
Pet Rent: $15/Month
Other: One-time pet fee of $300
Office Hours
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Additional Details
Total Unit Count: 173
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Contact Number: (419) 330-1229
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 8 available units at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 8 units vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 710 to 1,728 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, 2 and 4 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1, 2 and 4 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $275 to $765. University Hills has 2 bedroom units available starting at $275, 1 bedroom units available starting at $759, and 4 bedroom units available starting at $605.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 2247 University Hills Blvd in Toledo, OH. It's 3.1 miles west from the center of Toledo.
Reviews
By Sarah Miller, August 06, 2018
I recently moved into University Hills and I am very happy that I did. The staff is very friendly and overly helpful they went out of their way to make sure my move in was smooth. They recently added a dog park which Ive gotten lot of use out of. Im looking forward to spending another year here. I would recommend this place to others.

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By Gina Holmes, June 25, 2018
After living here for about a year I can give Uhills a 12/10 rating! I lived at Olde Towne the previous year and when I moved in there my apartment was trashed and staff members stole over $1000 of items from my incoming roommate while cleaning the apartment. When I moved into Uhills it was spotless, I got the floor request I wanted, and I love how pet friendly they are! All dogs are welcome:)

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By Cassidy Gillman, April 19, 2018
Lived here this year and will continue living here next year. The apartments are kinda pricey but also worth it for the proximity to campus and all the amenties the apartment offers. Love that the apartment is pet friendly!

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By marcel huggins, November 28, 2017
So far its been a great experience! This area is mainly for college students that can even afford a place alone. To disrespectfully complain would be out of my league first and foremost. I would like to just commend my apartment for being up to scale as of cleanliness. As for maintenance, I strive to care for this place as well as the management of this place will do.... so far so par

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By Kayla Hittle, August 19, 2017
Overall Uhills has been a great apartment for me and my dog. They are pet friendly, have beautiful units and a friendly and helpful staff. Their only downfall is their time management.

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By Paige Pierce, June 04, 2017
I have lived at University Hills for 3 years. The first year was fair. I and my roommate moved into our unit and we were told that our apartment unit was cleaned and ready for us to move in. The apartment was not clean. It was filthy ended up cleaning it up ourselves. Two months into living here my roommate and I had to move to a different building cause they were redoing the units. That was a pain because we had little to no help and only had 48 hours to move all the furniture and our stuff after we just moved all of it two months before. Other than that first year was okay. Second year was when they became under new management. It became a cluster cluck. Things in our unit stopped working, AC unit, our drains were not working right, cable and internet completely stopped working. My roommate and I would report it and they said they would have maintenance guy look at it but he never did. So for most of that summer my roommate and I would stay at our parents house cause at least there was AC. And internet access. In the middle of my second year living here. I received a call from the office. About 4 months prior I signed a lease for a 3rd year because it was my last year of school and I didn't have time to look for a new apartment because I was going to study aboard for the summer in Spain and when I would get back will only have a week to move in and it was just convenient to stay, despite the problems. But the phone call was about them raising the rent and deposit price. When I signed a new lease everything was locked in that included the rate they established at that time. They were trying to "Bait and Switch " me. I wasn't having it. Considering that its illegal to do that. I ended up going to the office and putting them in their place. Found out they lost my lease I signed in October of that year. Good thing I received an electric copy from my email and saved it to my computer. I had to email them my copy so they had a copy. What kind of company or business loses a legally binding document and then performs a bait and switch act? A place where lazy and incompetent people work. They assumed I was some dumb college girl that knew nothing about legal stuff and they thought they could get away with it. Not on my watch they didn't. My third year was fine. Staff was okay. Friendly so that's a plus. I advice before applying here to really make sure you are sure you want to live here. It may seem perfect because its close to campus and they have "new" apartments but my advice would be to shop around a bit before you choose university hills apartments because not everything is what it seems.

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By A Google User, February 05, 2017
Lived here this year and will continue living here next year. The apartments are kinda pricey but also worth it for the proximity to campus and all the amenties the apartment offers. Love that the apartment is pet friendly!

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By Cassidy Gillman, February 05, 2017
Lived here this year and will continue living here next year. The apartments are kinda pricey but also worth it for the proximity to campus and all the amenties the apartment offers. Love that the apartment is pet friendly!

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By Jessica Houser, February 05, 2017
Though I was not able to sign a lease to live at University Hills because my plans changed. I had went in to the leasing office for a tour the staff was very friendly and outgoing they were very helpful and made me feel like I belonged there. If I would have ended up in Toledo I would have signed a lease. The property is nice, friendly staff, then accept pets and the location is fantastic. I would highly recommend University Hills to anyone in search of an apartment.

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By A Google User, February 05, 2017
Though I was not able to sign a lease to live at University Hills because my plans changed. I had went in to the leasing office for a tour the staff was very friendly and outgoing they were very helpful and made me feel like I belonged there. If I would have ended up in Toledo I would have signed a lease. The property is nice, friendly staff, then accept pets and the location is fantastic. I would highly recommend University Hills to anyone in search of an apartment.

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By Jessica Houser, February 05, 2017
Though I was not able to sign a lease to live at University Hills because my plans changed. I had went in to the leasing office for a tour the staff was very friendly and outgoing they were very helpful and made me feel like I belonged there. If I would have ended up in Toledo I would have signed a lease. The property is nice, friendly staff, then accept pets and the location is fantastic. I would highly recommend University Hills to anyone in search of an apartment.

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By Anny Nguyen, September 01, 2016
Lived here a couple of years. Minutes walk to College of Business and bus stops to other buildings. Safety was okay, there are police/guards driving around and checking inside the building every night. I still don't recommend to walk home late at night though (call for Night Watch service from school!) Have 2 door keys, 1 to get inside the building and 1 to get into your apartment. Encountered with some prank Fire Alarm a few times in the middle of the night until the office announced to fine some enormous amount if someone gets caught doing that again.Your packages are safe with them if you're not home to sign/receive. Internet, Trash, Sewer, Water were included (or FREE, looks like they also have Cable now). So we only had to take care of electric bill which isn't too bad if you are at school all the time anyway. There are couple washing and drying machines inside every building, usually being abandoned during week days but pretty busy during the weekend (normal college life). I always paid rent on time and never had any trouble with the office. Rent rate was relatively OK at my time and would stay the same rate if renewing the contract, but higher and higher each year for new comers even I didn't really see many changes around (at least to my building). You get charged if losing your keys. They mail you back your deposit later, not right at the time you move out. I didn't have issue with receiving deposit but my other 3 roommates had problem for some reason. They received the money eventually but it took quite awhile because the office had to route to the corporate to issue the check or making decision on any related issue plus snail mail. I think my stay here was pretty pleasant.

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By Kalie Fellure, May 31, 2015


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By John Murray, March 04, 2015
As a graduate student at the University of Toledo, I found the community at the University Hills to be perfect for me. I do not own a car, so being directly across the street it makes things very easy for me to walk to and from classes/work. The community itself to me is a quite one. I have never had any issues with the other residents that live around me, which is great because I am trying to finish a Master's Degree. Also, I feel very safe within this community, and have never had any types of issues with feeling uncomfortable walking at night. One issue that could be seen is that looks expensive to live here, but things you need to think about is that you are paying for location as well as an updated apartment. I have only lived here for 7 months and the upgrades that they have made and are making are amazing. It will be nice to have a fitness center right across the courtyard, along with other great amenities.

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By John Murray, March 04, 2015
As a graduate student at the University of Toledo, I found the community at the University Hills to be perfect for me. I do not own a car, so being directly across the street it makes things very easy for me to walk to and from classes/work. The community itself to me is a quite one. I have never had any issues with the other residents that live around me, which is great because I am trying to finish a Master's Degree. Also, I feel very safe within this community, and have never had any types of issues with feeling uncomfortable walking at night. One issue that could be seen is that looks expensive to live here, but things you need to think about is that you are paying for location as well as an updated apartment. I have only lived here for 7 months and the upgrades that they have made and are making are amazing. It will be nice to have a fitness center right across the courtyard, along with other great amenities.

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By John Murray, March 04, 2015
As a graduate student at the University of Toledo, I found the community at the University Hills to be perfect for me. I do not own a car, so being directly across the street it makes things very easy for me to walk to and from classes/work. The community itself to me is a quite one. I have never had any issues with the other residents that live around me, which is great because I am trying to finish a Master's Degree. Also, I feel very safe within this community, and have never had any types of issues with feeling uncomfortable walking at night. One issue that could be seen is that looks expensive to live here, but things you need to think about is that you are paying for location as well as an updated apartment. I have only lived here for 7 months and the upgrades that they have made and are making are amazing. It will be nice to have a fitness center right across the courtyard, along with other great amenities.

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By Ali O., July 25, 2009
Disclaimer: I have never lived in this apartment complex. But, I had friends who lived in one of their 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartments for the last two...

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By Ali O., July 25, 2009
Disclaimer: I have never lived in this apartment complex. But, I had friends who lived in one of their 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartments for the last two...

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Rent Report

If you upsized to an average priced Toledo 3 bedroom apartment, you would pay 20% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Toledo 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 20% less per month.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Toledo Average
Studio $579 $1.00 $1,736
1BR $633 $0.90 $1,900
2BR $759 $0.80 $2,278
3BR $954 $0.80 $2,862
4BR $1,163 $0.70 $3,489

Availability in Toledo

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 Toledo there are 195 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Toledo
Studio 18
1BR 128
2BR 195
3BR 54
4BR 21
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Capstone Real Estate Investments - Toledo

(419) 330-1229
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