Signal Hill Apartment Homes are conveniently located adjacent to Signal Hill Mall, the shops on Broad Street and near I-40 and I-77. Our spacious apartments, quiet setting and affordable rents make Signal Hill the right choice for you next home. TELL US YOU HEARD ABOUT US ON APARTMENTS.COM AND TAKE $100 OFF YOUR FIRST MONTH'S RENT!!!
Studio $429 1 Bath 475
1 Bedroom $465 - $485 1 Bath 640 - 680
2 Bedroom $580 - $609 1 Bath 900 - 1015
3 Bedroom $699 2.5 Baths 1325
Features & Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- High Speed Internet Available
- On-Site Management
- On-Site Maintenance
- Parking Lot
- Number of Free Parking Spaces: 2
- Cats Allowed
$250 pet deposit per pet.
- 6 Months
- 12 Months
- BuildingType: Apt. Community
- Number of Floors: 3
- Number of Units: 122
Weekdays: 08:30 AM - 05:30 PM, Saturday: Closed, Sunday: Closed
Lerner and Company
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Ratings & Reviews
Rated 3.8 out of 5?by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5?by SadieJ One & Done I've rented here since December & at 1st I really liked it. I'm in a 2 bed/1 bath. Closet space is absolutely great & having a laundry room is great too. Bad thing is they sacrificed kitchen & bathroom space to give you so much closet. The floors creak non-stop & in my unit, there's one spot in particular that's worse than the rest of the floor. I avoid it as much as possible (I live on the 2nd floor). All of that is minor in comparison to my main complaint. The neighbor directly below me likes to play his guitar, which is fine, as long as I don't have to turn up my TV volume just to hear it, which I did a lot. He has surround sound so when he watched his TV & there's a lot of bass, it sounded like a thunderstorm brewing beneath me. I went downstairs & asked him to turn it down. He did for awhile. Then it started again. I called the manager & she said she would talk to him. Things were good for another month or so. Then it started yet again. Stomped my foot on the floor & called the manager AND the main office in Charlotte. That seems to have helped but I don't know for how long. Supposedly he's been here for 8-10 years & I'm the first one to complain....right. I know for a fact the lady next to him doesn't like hearing his music so loud because I've talked to her. I don't mind him playing his music, he's got talent, but if I wanted a concert I'd go to one! Bottom line: if you move here, pray you've got great neighbors. If not, and they've been here for 5+ years, management will take their side over yours, even though you pay rent here too. I'll be leaving the end of November August 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5?by Statesville Resident You get what you pay for continuation... I have to say, still not thrilled for being here. The parking in front of my building has not been great pretty much ever since the weather has turned cold. Held my tongue for a while until recently when I went and made a formal complaint with the manager. She said all she could do was put out a letter saying that each apartment is allowed two parking spaces for two vehicles only, and that every resident is allowed rights to the 'first-come-first-serve' parking spaces, for which I totally agree,seeing as how I have been apartment living for quite a long time now. But if that is the case then where is my parking spot? My husband and I have pretty much been sharing a spot and there is still not enough sufficient parking in a parking lot that I must say is pretty huge. I fail to see the logic that there is THAT many people living in my building alone with only 8 apartments in it. Next, asked what if we informed the owners of the complex about the situation and the manager said that would not make any difference because they would just say the same thing that she said. The parking is the least of the problems here and I would still not recommend living here if you want a nice, well-ran apartment complex. Hence--you get what you pay for. January 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5?by Susan52 Enjoying my new home! I was in need for an Apartment and I filled out an application for Signal Hill Apartments and I was approved with just a few days. I am enjoying my new home such a pleasant place to live with all the conveiance of restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations and more all around. Love it. And you will love it too. June 7, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5?by statesville resident you get what you pay for As I said in the title....you get what you pay for. Cheap and affordable rent for a very old and outdated apartment. It's clean and the layout is roomy but the kitchen and bathroom are kinda small. The washer connection in my apartment is ok but there is no appropriate dryer connection so I cannot use my dryer. I had to get a new fridge b/c ours kept leaking and they about had to pull someone's hair out to get it. Their policy on broken or old used worn-out appliances is keep fixing it and using it till it breaks instead of going ahead and doing the smart thing and replacing it. The bathroom tub in our apartment needs to be replaced beacuse it is old and of course they won't do that. I keep a rolled up towel next to the top of the tub to soak up any water that runs out on the floor. All in all the apartment is livable and is better than being out on the street. But if you want quality then this is the place you DON"T want to be but if you are looking for affordable (cheap and outdated comes with affordable now a days) then this is your place. April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5?by brs1984 great apartments!! I lived here for almost 2 years. It's a great place and cheap. Everything is clean. They have a great staff! Very helpful maintenance crew. More than worth the money!! January 6, 2013
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$540 - $660
1 - 2 Beds
1 - 2 Baths