Centennial Court - Privately Owned
Address: 700 West Mitchell Circle, Arlington, Texas
Welcome to Centennial Court, on-campus housing owned and managed by Campus Living Villages. With a convenient on-campus location, this apartment community is a popular choice for students wanting convenient, independent style living at a great price. Students living in Centennial Court can choose from a range of apartment types.
The leasing and customer service center is located at 700 West Mitchell Circle. For more information, visit our website www.centennialcourtuta.com, call 817-789-4764 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fully-Furnished (twin size bed) or Unfurnished
- Electricity Allowance
- Air Conditioning
- Free High-speed Internet Connection
- Free Cable TV Service
- Carpeting and Hard-wood Style Flooring in Some Units
- Fire Sprinkler
- Garbage Disposal
- Open Year Round
- Self-cleaning Stove
- One, Two and Four Bedroom Floor Plans
- Swimming Pool and Jacuzzi
- Roommate Matching
- Flexible Lease Terms
- On-site Laundry Facility
- Sand Volleyball Court
- Fitness Center
Roommates and Leasing for Centennial Court
Having a roommate is a great way to meet people and stay connected to the campus. Centennial Court leases by the bedroom and will match residents with a roommate or roommates if you don’t already have one selected. A by the bedroom lease means that each person living in the apartment has his or her own individual lease and is responsible for his or her own rent.
Residents in the efficiency or one bedroom apartment units may choose to share a bedroom with a spouse or sibling. Four Bedroom units have a maximum occupancy of four students. It is important to note that all 1 bedroom and efficiencies are unfurnished.
All square footage and measurements are approximate. Rates shown are effective August 01, 2016. Rates quoted are subject to approval. Rates are subject to change without notification.
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