|2 Bedrooms 2 Beds 2 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$650 - $675||787 Sq Ft||2x2 787||Not Available||View Model|
|3 Bedrooms 3 Beds 3 BRs||3 Bathrooms 3 Baths 3 BAs||$590||1,143 Sq Ft||3x3 1143||Aug 21||View Model|
|4 Bedrooms 4 Beds 4 BRs||4 Bathrooms 4 Baths 4 BAs||$570||1,320 Sq Ft||4x4 1320||Aug 21||View Model|
One Time Expenses
About University Estates at Austin
At University Estates at Austin, select your private bedroom/bathroom suite from spacious two, three, or four bedroom apartments, furnished or unfurnished. All apartments include Full-sized washer/dryers, Energy efficient kitchen appliances, garbage disposals, dishwashers & frost-free refrigerators with ice makers. In 2014 we went through major renovations that included millions in upgrades through out the property! Come take a tour today, Individual leases and roommate matching are available upon request. "RENT PRICES SHOWN ARE PER BEDROOM." #LiveUE
Amenities & Expenses
- •106 Inch HD Theatre Screen
- •24 hour computer lab
- •24-Hour Study Rooms
- •3000 Sq Ft Super Gym
- •Billiards Area And Card Table
- •bus service to UT campus
- •Community Sponsored Social Events
- •EARN COMMUNITY REWARDS!
- •FREE ROOMMATE MATCHING
- •Game room with billiards and ping pong
- •Granite Countertops In Select Units
- •Hot Tub
- •Large Bedrooms With Private Baths
- •LEASED BY THE BEDROOM!
- •LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
- •Media And Gaming Area With 161 Inch Projection
- •Newly Upgraded Units With Premium Flooring
- •Outdoor Grilling Stations
- •Private Covered UT Bus Stop
- •Stainless Steel Appliances In Select Units
- •Student And Parent Online Resident Portals
- •Study Lounge Equipped With Mac And Windows Stations
- •study lounges
- •Tanning (Ultra Bronze Stand Up)
- •Vaulted Ceilings On Top Floor
- •Washer and dryer included in every apartment
Dogs Allowed: We are Pet-Friendly!! All animals must be under 50lbs and must be a Non-Aggresive breed! Two pets total allowed per apartment. There is a $300 fee per pet.
- •$300 Fee
- •50 lb Weight Limit
- •1 Pet Limit
Cats Allowed: We are Pet-Friendly!! All animals must be under 50lbs and must be a Non-Aggresive breed! Two pets total allowed per apartment. There is a $300 fee per pet.
- •$300 Fee
- •1 Pet Limit
- •Built in 1998
- •498 Units/3 Stories
- 12 Months
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Controlled Access
- •Maintenance on site
- •Property Manager on Site
- •Courtesy Patrol
- •Furnished Units Available
- •Business Center
- •Tanning Salon
Fitness & Recreation
- •Fitness Center
- •Free Weights
- •Basketball Court
- •Tennis Court
- •Volleyball Court
- •High Speed Internet Access
- •Air Conditioning
- •Ceiling Fans
- •Cable Ready
- •Hardwood Floors
- •Vinyl Flooring
- •Dining Room
- •Walk-In Closets
- •Window Coverings
Monday10:00 AM6:00 PM
Tuesday10:00 AM6:00 PM
Wednesday10:00 AM6:00 PM
Thursday10:00 AM6:00 PM
Friday10:00 AM6:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM6:00 PM
Amenities & Expenses
- 106 Inch HD Theatre Screen
- 24 hour computer lab
- 24-Hour Study Rooms
- 3000 Sq Ft Super Gym
- Billiards Area And Card Table
- bus service to UT campus
- Community Sponsored Social Events
- EARN COMMUNITY REWARDS!
- FREE ROOMMATE MATCHING
- Game room with billiards and ping pong
- Granite Countertops In Select Units
- Hot Tub
- Large Bedrooms With Private Baths
- LEASED BY THE BEDROOM!
- LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
- Media And Gaming Area With 161 Inch Projection
- Newly Upgraded Units With Premium Flooring
- Outdoor Grilling Stations
- Private Covered UT Bus Stop
- Stainless Steel Appliances In Select Units
- Student And Parent Online Resident Portals
- Study Lounge Equipped With Mac And Windows Stations
- study lounges
- Tanning (Ultra Bronze Stand Up)
- Vaulted Ceilings On Top Floor
- Washer and dryer included in every apartment
- Laundry Facilities
- Controlled Access
- Maintenance on site
- Property Manager on Site
- Courtesy Patrol
- Furnished Units Available
- Business Center
|Monday||10:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM to 6:00 PM|
You get what you pay for.
When i first moved in i was promised leather and luxury furniture. I have been here 3 years now and haven't seen it once. The charge so much extra for everything. They roommate matching is a joke, so i suggest to go in with a roommate that you know already. The upside, you don't have to worry about paying electricity or any other utilities.
College Student Living
University Estates are pretty decent apartments. They have several resources residents are able to use. One of which is the computer room where there are study rooms, computers and printers available for the residents to use. As well as the gym, pool are, game room, and the volleyball and basketball courts. It's very amiable here and very convenient for us college students. There is a UT shuttle that stops right in front of the apartment complex making it much more easier for us to commute to school. I would definitely love to continue living here if I could potentially financially keep affording it.
In college apartments, the best I have had.
I liked the privacy this 4 bed 4 bath had. It was affordable and it was cleaner than several college apartments I have lived in. The pool is nice, gym and tanning beds are ok. Nice game room area where they tend to host community activities. Management has a relatively high turn over. Now the bad.. due to the high turn over, my lease and my apartment in no way match. I signed up for an unfurnished 4b4b apartment and received a furnished 4b4b apartment so I had to store my stuff for a year. Next, I was the only one in my apartment to sign my lease with a pet... also the only one assigned to a carpet room.. when I spoke to my leasing agent I was told getting me a hardwood floor room was not a problem. Also, they tow everyone and everything. It's worth it to pay for the assigned parking if you have a second vehicle. During move in and move out there is no room for visitor parking due to the large roll away dumpsters. Lastly... my roommate across the hall had constant pluming issues that resulted in black-mold growing up her wall by move out day.
University Estates in Austin TX
These apartments are located in South East Austin Area. Its a great price for the convenience of the location. Very affordable, but its also only good for student living or internships. I was sad to find out after signing my lease that the pool closes early during the summer. Like around 6pm and 7pm. Pretty much when the staff wants to go home. Gym is 24hrs and so is their computer lab which is awesome. The staff is great, really friendly and work orders get done in a timely manor in my opinion. The only thing I couldn't understand is how little visitor parking there was. That's always what I had trouble with the most at that complex.
Location location location
Moving in: crazy long line to wait in to get keys and such... then I get in the unit and it's disgusting. Literally grease all over the kitchen cabinets, vent hood, stove. I had a huge hole in the back of my bedroom door, carpet coming up, water damaged base boards, ultra sucky dryer (maintenance couldn't fix), leaky sink, and lots of debri from being repainted & cleaned. As a tenant it was generally tolerable. Maintenance is decent, Internet is quick, but cable is sketchy. The only reason it gets three stars is because location. It's close to everything but also not too close. You're constantly around young people. Dealing with management is hit or miss. Some are good at what they do, others are just trying to prove a point. It is a very corporate place with many policies that do not make too much sense. It was not a terrible place to live but also no ideal.
i think this place was decent but i wouldn't move back in. I'm looking for a new place.. Hopefully more peaceful. the electricity went out one day lol. That was a first. Also the guy i was living with got his tv and ps4 taken, so lucky it wasnt me..
DO NOT LIVE HERE!
DO NOT LIVE HERE. I know, I know-- negative apartment reviews are pretty common anywhere. With that in mind, I tried to ignore the mishaps and poor service given to me by this apartment complex from day 1 in order to give a balanced review of the place. I've been living here for about a month and I already can't wait to move out. Here's why: No matter what anyone at the front office tells you at first, the complex does NOT offer subleases. I moved in after being offered a sublease by a resident, just needing a place for the summer. I was told AFTER move-in that I needed to sign something called a Reassignment Form-- this meaning that I would assume all damages from the previous tenant no matter what. Was this in the lease? Only in one vaguely worded sentence about living in the apartment "As-is", with the 28-page lease. My air conditioner has not been functioning the entire time I've lived here. I have placed three separate work orders. Nothing works and although workers come to the apartment in the day or two after work orders are placed, nothing is ever fixed on the first try. The Internet-- the website says that tenants are provided with "Free High Speed Internet"-- what a joke. It's through Ethernet cords and mine didn't even work. I had to buy a router and even it struggles to stay connected to this awful internet. They spring "renovations" on tenants without any consideration for their needs. We were notified of a carpet replacement a few weeks in advance, sure... but we had to move everything out of our bedrooms for the day, and even more of my possessions were haphazardly tossed into my bathtub by the carpet people, who left a complete mess behind and did not replace my furniture the way it was. I am paying plenty of money enough and am not able to use the entire clubhouse, as they are taking the entire summer to renovate that as well. It could use it-- I tried the fitness room and about 2 out of 7 workout machines were still in usable shape. Last but not least-- there is in NO WAY sufficient visitor parking. My boyfriend got towed after searching the entire complex (wasn't the first time, and my other visitors have had the same problem DURING THE SUMMER in this college student complex) for a spot, and was charged nearly $200 to get his car back. We submitted a complaint to the office and the property manager was unbelievably rude and condescending, talking to us as if we were children instead of college graduates. I quote her argument to my boyfriend-- "You parked against our policy by free will choice. You could have parked on the street". My building is about a quarter of a mile from the entrance and street. It's unacceptable to pay for amenities such as visitor parking, etc. when they are not made available to use. NOTE TO PROSPECTIVE RESIDENTS: She did not believe that there wasn't enough parking and even said they were considering taking some away. Imagine that during the school year. I never write these kinds of negative reviews. I am actually a very passive and tolerant person.... but this has gone on for too long. By far the worst renting experience I have ever had. Please do yourself a favor and live anywhere else.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
|19 min||8.9 mi|
Downtown Station Commuter Rail (Capital MetroRail)
|11 min||4.1 mi|
Plaza Saltillo Station Commuter Rail (Capital MetroRail)
|11 min||4.4 mi|
Southeast of downtown Austin, the up-and-coming East Riverside-Oltorf area lies directly east of I-35 and south of Ladybird Lake. A residential neighborhood brimming with apartment complexes, it is known for its prime waterfront location and proximity to downtown. The city of Austin has begun to develop this neighborhood and add newer amenities to increase the livelihood of its residents. Modern, upscale residential buildings mingled with older establishments lend a unique urban vibe that expresses its current state of progressive change.
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4BR-4BA Dining Area
4BR-4BA Dining Area
4BR-4BA First Bathroom
4BR-4BA First Bedroom
4BR-4BA Forth Bathroom