|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Unit #||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$695||$695||301||650 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Aug 20|
About 310 E Chalmers St Champaign, IL 61820
The weather outside is frightful but our prices are delightful. Whenever theres no place to go. Call us today so we can find you a home. Okay so Kennedy Wilson might not be great at jingles but we are awesome at finding you the perfect apartment. Our Spring Semester prices cant be beat! 310 Chalmers offers you tons of space, natural light, and a prime location. These units are fully furnished, and are pet friendly. You know for that "surprise" pet you ended up with over winter break. We pride ourselves in our customer service, maintenance staff, and quality of our units. Please keep in mind that we require 24 hours notice for all appointments. You can reach us at 217-384-5555 or check out our website to find the latest and greatest that Kennedy Wilson has to offer!! www.kennedywilson.com/uiuc
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
Reviews at 310 E Chalmers St Champaign, IL 61820
City - Champaign
Located at the intersection of Interstates 57, 72, and 74 in east central Illinois, Champaign deftly skirts the line between small town and college town. The University of Illinois largely defines the city, with nearly 45,000 students enrolled (the city’s population totals around 85,000); as a result, Champaign is home to a growing sector of tech startups and other entrepreneurial endeavors growing out of the university’s research community and recent graduates.
The rental market includes a number of highly affordable options, including many apartments under $600 per month. Expect your schedule to be packed with community events when you live in Champaign, from the popular and wide-ranging Boneyard arts festival to the Sweetcorn Festival in neighboring Urbana. As the hometown of late movie critic Roger Ebert, Champaign’s historic Virginia Theatre hosts an annual film festival in his honor.
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