Welcome to University Properties, ASU Tempe apartments in the heart of the off-campus community. We strive to provide our residents with an impeccable combination of comfort, convenience, and value. Perfectly situated 1/2 block east of Rural Road, just steps from the eastern edge of campus, this ASU Tempe apartment community is within a short walk of the university and countless dining, recreation and nightlife options.
At University Properties, you’re presented with the opportunity to fuse your focused student life with the many eclectic pleasures of off-campus living in Tempe. We offer nine spacious floor plans from which to choose, all designed to promote maximum comfort and convenience. Each one of University Properties' ASU Tempe apartments for rent features brick accent walls, charming Mid-Century architectural details and much more. Select floor plans come with hardwood-style flooring, open kitchens, and large closets. Thanks to our value-loaded pricing, city water, sewer and trash utilities are all included. Be sure to inquire about our stylish interior upgrades, like premium flooring, contemporary painted accent walls, decorative lighting and brushed nickel cabinet hardware as well!
Call, visit or email today to experience University Properties for yourself. You’ll find ASU Tempe apartments with studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom floor plans.
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because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin,
or intention to make such preference, limitation or discrimination."
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