|2 BRs 2 BRs 2 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$1,745||$0||116-1||1,398 Sq Ft||2x2||Available Now||View Unit|
|2 BRs 2 BRs 2 BRs||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,565||$0||444-2||800 Sq Ft||2x2||Sep 27||New||View Unit|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$2,125||$0||403-1||1,600 Sq Ft||3x2||Sep 28||View Unit|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,395||$0||404-1||700 Sq Ft||1x1||Oct 17||New||View Unit|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$1,395||$0||404-1||700 Sq Ft||1x1||Oct 17||New||View Unit|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$2,125||$0||403-1||1,600 Sq Ft||3x2||Sep 28||View Unit|
About Clocktower Place
Experience a more luxurious way of living at Clocktower Place. At a bend in the Nashua River sits a grand historic building, once a bustling textile mill, now full of life as Nashua's finest rental community. Comfortable, spacious and unique floorplans truly characterize these apartments. Every aspect has been designed to make your days a little more luxurious and convenient. On the national register for historic landmarks, Clocktower offers a unique and large array of over 100 different floorplans unlike your typical apartment home. Our Fitness Center with indoor pool, jacuzzi, and workout area is one of the finest in the area. Our laundry facilities on each floor are open 24 hours for your convenience. Enjoy the luxury of garage parking and an array of services such as package pick up and dry cleaning services. We offer the conveniece of on-site function rooms for meetings and private parties, as well as on-site management and maintenance. Short term leasing is seasonal.
- •Dramatic ceilings
- •Dry Cleaning & Laundry Services Available
- •Enclosed sun porches
- •Galley Kitchens
- •Minutes From the Merrimack Outlets & Pheasant Lane Malls
- •On Site Convenience Store
- •Open, airy designs
- •Over 100 variations of floor plans
- •Short Walk to Downtown Shops, Restaurants & Businesses
- •Storage lofts
- •Sun porches (select units)
Cats Allowed: $195 move in fee and $30 per month per cat Limit of 2 cats per apartment.
- •$30 Monthly Pet Rent
- •$195 Fee
- •2 Pet Limit
Assigned Parking. Garage: $50.00.
- •Built in 1823
- •Renovated in Jan 1987
- •326 Units/5 Stories
- 12 months
- •Package Service
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Controlled Access
- •Maintenance on site
- •Property Manager on Site
- •Courtesy Patrol
- •Furnished Units Available
- •Dry Cleaning Service
- •Storage Space
Fitness & Recreation
- •Fitness Center
- •Free Weights
- •High Speed Internet Access
- •Air Conditioning
- •Ceiling Fans
- •Smoke Free
- •Cable Ready
- •Storage Units
- •Sprinkler System
- •Vinyl Flooring
- •Dining Room
- •Walk-In Closets
- •Linen Closet
- •Window Coverings
Office Hours At Clocktower Place
Today's Hours: Closed
Amenities & Expenses
- Package Service
- Laundry Facilities
- Controlled Access
- Maintenance on site
- Property Manager on Site
- Courtesy Patrol
- Furnished Units Available
- Dry Cleaning Service
- Storage Space
- Fitness Center
- Free Weights
- Dramatic ceilings
- Dry Cleaning & Laundry Services Available
- Enclosed sun porches
- Galley Kitchens
- Minutes From the Merrimack Outlets & Pheasant Lane Malls
- On Site Convenience Store
- Open, airy designs
- Over 100 variations of floor plans
- Short Walk to Downtown Shops, Restaurants & Businesses
- Storage lofts
- Sun porches (select units)
- High Speed Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Smoke Free
- Cable Ready
- Storage Units
- Sprinkler System
|Monday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Tuesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Thursday||9 AM to 7 PM|
|Friday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Saturday||10 AM to 4 PM|
Apartment Reviews at Clocktower Place
Great underground parking Great location to downtime nashua Great Staff Great Maintenance Good size living rooms, and bedrooms With the new road easy access to the highway Reasonably priced Gym/Indoor pool/Hottub. My girlfriend and I have lived at Clocktower going on 3 years now, on the 5th floor Phase 1 - We both love it, the staff are friendly and really do take care of you (i've seen them deal with really rude people and always keep it professional). We have never had an issues with maintenance they are always prompt; very efficient and do a great job. (They will even shampoo your carpets once a year at no cost.) The location is really nice, we enjoy morning walks before work (stopping off for coffee @ DD) which is only 15mins away, we are even more excited that Graffiti Paintbar is moving to main street. We have peeked in other apartments when they are empty and I think we are very lucky not to have any columns in ours.... everyone who visits us loves the space and the high ceilings are great! I've read some of the other comments on here and most are very exaggerated - Our heat bill last month was $12 - Granted we are on the fifth floor and probably get heat from below but even in the peek of summer with the AC I don't think our bill went over $70-$80. Our rent has increased 9% over 3 years which seems normal. If I had one complaint it would be very small - 1. Someone on the 3rd floor is a bad cook and keeps setting the fire alarm off! :) However it's a good chance to chat to your neighbors while waiting for the all clear. 2. As you walk into our apartment it's carpet (we have seen some that have a 5 x 5 vinyl flooring section) - we have an army of mats we try to use as you walk in but still manages to show it's age (dirt) more right by the door. Cheers
the good, the bad and the ugly
Clocktower apartments used to be a mill building from the 1800s. In the 80s it was gutted and renovated to be apartment buildings. This means there is a mix of old and new. When I was shown the apartment for the first time, I loved how there was lots of space. Big living room and bedrooms, can fit furniture and move around easily. Kitchen and bathroom are a bit small but still ok. Lots of counter space and cabinets in the kitchen. It comes with built in microwave, fridge, dishwasher, garbage disposal in sink. But, the appliances are from the early 90s and are in bad shape. Fridge is noisy and runs up the electric bill, does not have an automatic shutting door, have to push it shut hard or it can stay ajar and waste energy. They didn't make much effort cleaning the microwave before I moved in either, it was gross. AC/Heating is also built in and works well, has an air filter to boot. BUT you get billed extra for it even if you don't use it, and bills can vary wildly, from 30 one month to over 100 the next. On the rare occasion it fails they have radiator heaters they can give you until it is fixed. There are great views out the windows - if you are on the right side facing the river. If you are on the wrong side all you see is a big hill, a wall and old buildings across the parking lot. The surrounding neighborhood is okay, and one of the big benefits is that it is located near scenic trails through the woods called Mine Falls Park, one of my favorite places. There are a number of negatives as well. The management philosophy is to nickel and dime it's residents with fees for nearly everything. Like I mentioned the extra fee for ac/heating even if you don't use it. Water and trash are the only things they don't bill you extra for. There is an average gym, swimming pool and jacuzzi build in but you have to pay $25 a month to access it. If you want to have a cat that is an up front fee and a monthly fee. If you lose your key or laundry card that is a big fee. There are no assigned parking spots and if you have a guest park in the lot they have to move the car by 9pm or get towed for 200 bucks. There are parking garages nearby but then your guest has to get up before 9am on weekdays to move the vehicle. The building itself has water leaking issues. Sometimes during rainstorms brown rusty droplets fall from the ceiling and stain the rug or your furniture. Inside the ac/heating vent is a horror show of stagnant water, rust and mold.
Imagine a panoramic view of a historical town with picturesque view from your apartment. The tranquility yet the ability to be in the excitement of city life gives it residents the best of two worlds. The professionalism of a staff who sincerely cares about their residents is second to none. The care and attention to detail of a well maintained apartment (the interior has modern appliances, spacious room with high overhead ceilings, soft carpet, superb bathroom)ensures one less thing to worry about when you are coming home. With a health club, swimming pool, garage parking and even a storage option, for those with extra items, this apartment allows me to truly relax. They even have 'concierge services' like dry cleaning pickup, grocery carts to assist you with bringing your groceries in, and package pickup if you are at work and unable to sign for your package from USPS, UPS or Fedex and or any other delivery services. On a personal touch, there is a laundry room on each floor with modern laundry equipment making cleaning easy. Clocktower place is truly a place in time that one will always want to be in, peaceful.
What a Strange Place...
Facts first, then opinions... BAD: -You will NOT be able to have visitors park on Clocktower property -Clocktower staff will robo-call and email you more than most internet spammers -There is a convenience store in the building - which is never open -During snow season, you'll have to move your car from the parking lot at 7am -There is never enough parking -Apartments are spacious, but poorly designed (i.e in my 2bd/2bth, the living room is 35'x15', while the kitchen is 3'x8' - same goes in the bedrooms/bathrooms) -There are two security guards (one 75ish and one 17ish) - either way the building lacks reasonable security features -The homeless congregate around the back of the building, where many can often be found sleeping or defecating -80% of the windows in your apartment will not open -There is an old man that wanders the halls, looking lost, who doesn't speak english or spanish GOOD: -Clocktower receives packages on your behalf, storing them under lock and key -You can pay rent online with the resident portal Overall, don't move here. It's fairly priced, but does not live up to what you would expect for the money. Some residents are nice (and normal) others vary from the kind who shouldn't be allowed near children to the kind that should be in retirement homes. People warned me when I moved in, but I didn't listen and here I am. Consider this your warning.
Wonderful place to live
We love the high ceilings! The amount of space compared to other apartments at the same price is amazing. The location is perfect for walks to dinner or drinks in downtown Nashua. All in all a great place to live we couldn't have asked for more when we moved up north!
Location, Location, Location and then some
Clocktower Place is located in the heart of Nashua, the "Gate City" of New Hampshire. A short walk to the city's quaint Main Street offers residents an eclectic choice of restaurants (American, Thai, Greek, Seafood, Italian, classic diners, etc.) and the chance to shop in its small specialty, clothing, shoe and jewelry shops. CT place is ideally located for easy access to the Massachusetts border and many commuters find the living easy at CT place. You are also about a 20 minute drive from the Manchester, NH airport. Clocktower Place itself is a converted Mill building located on the Nashua River, and started life as a textile center manufacturing quality material and offering employment to many young men and women who came from the nearby farms to enjoy city life and good wages from the mid-1800s to the Great Depression. Its one, two, and three-bedroom apartments offer a variety of floor plans and views of either city or river views. The facility offers indoor parking, an Olympic pool, and a state-of-the-art gym, and laundry facilities on each floor. Throughout the year, management plans meet/greet functions where neighbors may enjoy entertainment and good food. Overall it is a good place to live. C'mon up to Nashua and check us out.
Clocktower is a great place to live, I have lived here for Many years, the staff is great also.
Great location and Great apartment's
I have lived here almost 2 years and very happy. First the apartapartment is spacious and fits my family of 6 comfortably. The maintenance team is amazing and very prompt even for minor issues like changing a light bulb. The office staff is very helpful and have great hours. After hour security leaves a safe feeling knowing someone is helping keep you and your family safe. Great ammenties! All in one from Gym to Hot tub/pool to laundry and a convience store. Walking distance to library, farmers market and center full of stores. Central ac and great gas heat well insulation meaning bill is low. Love it here. My kids love it too.
Downtown living at it's best
Clocktower Place is located in the heart of the vibrant City of Nashua New Hampshire. Being just one block from Main St. puts you within walking distance of many resaurants, shopping, hospitals and medical offices, and food and drug stores. Nashua is one of the safest cities in New Hampshire, making walking a care free experiance. Clocktower Place is part of the Historic Nashua Manufacturing Millyard. The main building was built in 1823 and is listed on the Historic Register. The 1990 renovation from textile mill to luxury apartment homes was accomplished with meticulous care. Many historic features of the building were preserved giving it a special character. Within the 5 floors there are 326 apartment homes having over 100 different floor plans. From studios to two floor 'Tower' apartments. All are maintained by a talented and well trained management and maintenance staff. Repairs are handled quickly and professionally. Special amenities of Clocktower are underground parking (important during New England winters), on site lap pool, health club, suanas and hot tub, and your own convienience store. Clocktower is protected by both apartment and building fire alarm systems. All public areas and apartments are sprinklered adding another layer of protection for residents. A full time security staff and closed circut TV systems keep residents safe from intruders or vandalism. Our appartment home is on the fifth floor over looking the Nashua River with a view of Downtown. Within the 1294 sq.ft ther i are two bedrooms, two full baths, an open plan living and dining area, a galley kitchen, and a wonderful sunroom overlooking the river. Cielings vary from 14 ft to 8 ft. our windows to the river are 8 feet by 12 feet. Two of these windows open allowing a wonderful cross breeze. Laundry, trash room and extra storage is available and convieniently located. With all of these attributes, Clocktower is truely an upscale community of its own.
The apartment that I have leased for the last 5 years is a great value for the money. The staff are extremely competent and responsive to our needs. It is located in downtown Nashua within walking distance of all amenities. I would have given it a 5* rating if the GYM equipment had newer & well maintained equipment. All in all a good place to stay.
Our apartment was designed so we had all the space and storage we need. It has been very well maintained. It is quiet and we have found that everybody who lives there usually has a smile on their face!! The management is always there to help with problems and maintenance is done quickly and professionally. We have a 5 minute walk to downtown Nashua with shopping and choices of many fine dining establishments. On a scale of 1 to 10, Clocktower Place is a definite eleven!!
Happy clocktower resident
When I first moved into this apartment I though for sure I wouldn't be here longer than 10 months. I didn't think I would like such a large building. Well I was wrong I love being here. The apartments are beautiful and each one is different and unique.The ceilings are all high which makes it seem larger and more open. Some even have sunrooms. The management staff is great. They take care of any problems immediately . They have cameras everywhere so you feel safe. Its conveniently located near downtown with great restaurants in walking distance. I love having the garage especially in the winter. We have an indoor pool,great gym, and convenient store. Everyone is very friendly . I have met so many new friends. I searched many apartments before making my decision. I am very happy I chose clocktower.
I have lived here since July of 2013 and I absolutely love it! The location is perfect if you want walking access to downtown and all it has to offer, library, city hall, post office, theater, city bus depot, nightclubs, wine bars, churches of various denominations, restaurants and quaint cafes that will please varied pallets and wallets alike. My apartment is a one bedroom with a large living/dining combo, a generous galley kitchen with an ample pantry. My room is very spacious allowing for a king sized bed, a tall-boy and a full sized desk with enough room to do a square dance left over! There are two large closets in the unit, as well as a linen/storage closet for all your extras and all of this in a beautifully restored mill building that boasts high ceilings and wonderful big windows. Whenever I entertain ,my friends and family all remark that it feels like they are in a classy hotel. The staff here is top notch and always eager to please its' residents, they offer 24 hour patrol in a security building that also houses a lap pool, hot tub, exercise/weight room just to name a few. I feel safe and well taken care of here and would recommend it to anyone, I hope to be here indefinitely as it meets and well exceeds all of my needs. It's one of the best decisions I've ever made!
Great place to live
High ceilings, awesome privacy, and very excellent amenities make Clocktower Place a fantastic place to live. Walking distance to a dozen great restaurants (including the best Mexican restaurant I've ever experienced). A joy to live her.
A Step Back in Time...Surrounded by a City moving foward-Clocktower Place Nashua N.H.
The industrial feel and unique characteristics of this historical Mill building at Clocktower Place blend the old with the new. The Nashua Manafacturing Company a textile company occupied the Mills from 1823-1945 and was later renovated to apartments offering 100 different floor plans (1-3 bedrooms). Clocktower Place is located on the Nashua River offering residents beautiful river views and also city-side apartments and views. The complex has an urban feel and is within walking distance to downtown Nashua for dining, local shopping, banking, public library and a summer farmers market. The openness and natural light in the main living space of the unit is created by the tall historic mill windows and high ceilings. Select apartment homes include exposed brick in the 3-season porch adding to the charm of this complex while other units offer loft space. Clocktower Place has an underground parking garage, on-site convience store, in-door swimming pool and on-site laundry. (additional cost) Our neighbors are wonderful and the management staff are very helpful. We are Happy to call Clocktower place our Home.
A Step Back in Time surrounded by a city moving forward. Clocktower Place Nashua N.H.
The industrial feel and unique characteristics of this historic Mill building at Clocktower Place blend the old with the new. The Nashua Manafacturing Company a textile company occupied the mills from 1823-1945. The mill was renovated to apartments offering over 100 different floor plans 1-3 bedroom units. Clocktower Place is located on the Nashua River offering residents beautiful river views and also city side views. The complex has an urban feel and is within walking distance to downtown Nashua for dining, shopping and a summer farmers market. The openness and natural light in the main living space of the unit is created by the tall historic mill windows and high ceilings. Select apartment homes include exposed brick in the 3-season porch adding to the charm of this complex while others offer loft space. Clocktower Place has an underground parking garage, on-site convience store, in-door pool, fitness room and on-site laundry rooms. (additional fees may apply) Our neighbors are wonderful and the management staff is very helpful.
Perfect for us!!!
We've been living here for around 5 months. The apartment is spacious, heat/cool bills are pretty cheap so far, the apartment price is pretty reasonable (considering I use to live in Boston) and overall it's a nice place to live. Most of the neighbors have been pretty friendly and respectful. The office staff is pleasant and do try their best to help you when needed. I unfortunately have mixed results with the Maintenance. Most of the time things have been done at a reasonable amount of time. There is one person who always comes in and states there's nothing wrong. Then the good maintenance person comes in another day and fixes the problem. (This has happened more than once) But I wouldn't stress out about one bad penny. I had an issue with smoke coming into my apartment and they went above and beyond to make sure the problem was solved promptly. (THANKS MICHELLE) Plus, when we first moved in they were very helpful and went out of their way to make sure our stay here would be great. FYI…. Watch out if you're on looking at an apartment on Clocktower 1 near the corner apartments. (Closest to Water St.) The noise on Thursday-Sunday from the near by club can be obnoxious especially if you need to get up early like I do. Maybe you won't care about hearing the base noise till 2 am. Depending on the day, some days are more annoying than others... but life goes on. All in all… it is a good place to live. GOOD LUCK Hope this helps! :) PS... This place is great for handling handicap accessibility. Elevators, all one floor, handicap spots and more…
Great Location (Sort of)
Easy walk to downtown, many unique shops and restaurants. Unfortunately, on the edge of a very bad neighborhood. Units haven't been updated since they were built. Pretty clean, well maintained. Office staff is wonderful. Love the river view.
happy wife happy life lol
my wife and i have lived here for a little over 2 years now. we had a house before. this place has underground parking so we do not have to run out and move our cars for the plow. when we have storms we do not even know it because this apartment is so quiet. there are over 800 people in this building and we can not believe how quiet this place is. we also have a pool, a store, and a gym. right outside the doors is the downtown area where we can really enjoy ourselves with restaurants, a farmers market and lots of community events. the building itself is always clean and the staff deals with any problems right away. my wife is very very happy here and does not expect to move ever again .
Not just an apartment, but a HOME
Living in Nashua for over a decade I am very familiar with the downtown area of unique restaurants, shopperies and thriving artisan culture all in walking distance of many parks to fish or kayak in, and with nature trails to walk or bicycle on. Clock tower apartments sit in the center hub of all this beauty and small city life. The apartment units themselves are not the typical boxed cookie cutter, white washed thin walled units. They are completely unique with interesting angles and floor plans. The high ceilings with huge windows spark creative possibilities when you hear that you are allowed to paint your walls your choice of color. For us the selling point of the unit itself was all the storage and the 4 season porch! The building is a renovated mill sitting along the river, and is incredibly maintained. Just this year new carpeting and paint graced the halls and all parking was seal coated. Speaking of parking, there are plenty of spots available but at times quite a walk is required and guests are not allowed to park on grounds after 9pm for this reason. While this rule is helpful to tenants it can be a hassle for their visitors. Underground key pass garage parking is an option at 25.00 monthly. Laundry rooms and trash chutes on every floor (WE LOVE THIS!) kept operational and clean. Tenents have a website to literally do everything on, from making payment to submitting a maintenance ticket or receiving a package delivery notification, even chatting with other tenants like a facebook page. The staff is incredible! this includes the security team that patrol the building and grounds. So friendly and helpful. The amenities are reasonably priced at 25.00 monthly for access to a weight room, cardio room, hot tub and heated pool; although, the pools temperature is inconsistent and at times too cold to swim in and the hot tub is more of a lukewarm tub lately. There are TVs in the cardio room but they are difficult to operate and I am not alone in struggling to operate them, often I ask others for help and they can not work the TVs either. The weight room has no TV. There is also changing /bathroom/shower/locker areas that have saunas in them (I have not used the sauna yet). These areas are all key pass protected, kept very clean but could use maintenance and some updating.Cats are welcomed, not just tolerated. As you may have guessed we LOVE it here! Everything far exceeds other apartment complexes in Nashua and surrounding areas.
I love where I live! I do don't think I'll ever leave! Going on 6 years here at the tower. The amenities don't stop we have a convenient convenience store a beautiful Club house with a heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna's full bathrooms, ping pong table, full gym /weight lifting room. The office provides bulk mail service, dry cleaning, & house cleaning. Besides all that it's a great community and the people give you an option, If your outgoing and like to mingle there's people for that and if you're just a come and go kind of person nobody bothers you. The grounds and maintenance of the building are well kept. Oh I almost forgot we have underground parking, storage rooms, Two function rooms, Free community gatherings & security! Clocktower Place is where you want to live!
Great place for a taste of a smaller city life
This is a well cared for place to live, just close enough to downtown to walk to restaurants, cafes, and great little shops.There's no excuse for not getting your daily dose of exercise and fresh air with walking and bike trails very close by. Also there is a swimming pool and fitness room in the building. Communication between staff and residents is excellent.
Fantastic place to live
My family and I have lived at Clocktower Place for almost 3 years and we love it. I love the cathedral ceilings/tall windows in the apartment, and despite the building having hundreds of units, it is very quiet and the neighbors are very respectful. I love that garage parking is an option, and that maintenance is very quick to address any issues we have. Everyone who works in the main office are fantastic, so genuinely friendly/kind, and very accommodating. The building is conveniently located to downtown which is a plus. It is well worth the monthly rent to live here.
1 ClockTower Place, Nashua NH
I live at 1 ClockTower Place in Nashua, NH. The facility is strategically well-situated on the south side of the Nashua river, two blocks from the center of town. I can walk or bike almost everywhere I need to go. It also borders on Mine Falls Park with miles of trails for running and biking. Every floor has plenty of laundry and trash facilities. The staff is incredibly pleasant and helpful; they'll do a number of little extras that make life simple there; for example, they will watch and move your car if necessary while traveling, hold your mail, alert you when you have a package. Maintenance issues with the apartment are addressed quickly and efficiently. Management sponsors several social events throughout the year as well as a facility-wide web site with bulletin boards; great ways to get to know your neighbors. They also accept cats for an additional monthly fee which was a must-have for me. My two bedroom, two bath apartment is 1300 square feet on the top (5th) floor facing south. The 10 ft high windows and 30X10 sun room provide incredibly efficient solar heat in the winter. Unbelievably, I needed to turn the heat on only twice during this past, brutal winter. The large open windows and venetian blinds keep things tolerable in the heat of summer as well. The facility is a converted mill building so the ceilings are very high; up to 20 feet which as a musician, I absolutely love for their wonderful acoustics. My rent is only a few pennies over a dollar per square foot; very reasonable. There are only a couple minor issues: The facility has a gym and underground parking, but each requires a separate, reasonably substantial monthly fee. I personally think the gym should be included in the base rent. There is also no way to grill outdoors... really miss that. Overall I am very pleased with ClockTower Place and give it 4.9 out of 5 stars.
This complex by far is the every best. We have electronic pads for entry exterior doors. We have a Security Patrol for Nights and Weekends. A full Health Club well equipped and maintained. A Lap Heated Indoor Swimming Pool, a Hot Tub, which also is well maintained. A great Office and Maintenance Staff, always helpful with personal and pleasant attitudes no matter what is happening. Plus a very clean and well kept building inside and outside , by great Janitorial staff here working days a week to keep up the facility cleanliness and appearance. All of the above and a secure Interior Parking Garage for automobiles along with electronic entrance entry pads.
we have been living in clock tower phase 1 for over 2 years now. be honest with you, I can't say anything negative about it. the management is very helpful on all my calls and concerns. I love the location right in center nashua downtown, it had surrounded by many great restaurants. mine fall park was only 10 min walk from the building. we are in the first floor, summer time is very cool and winter time is very warm. so did save money for utilities. don't forget the building itself are over 150 years old, yes can bring some updates, if hardwood floor or granite counter is available will make it prefect! we have been very happy stay in this place. very satisfied !
Lots of potential...
Nice location... Except the tree streets being so close. But you can walk to most of the best restaurants around. The interior is very dated. It looks like the late 80's throughout most of the building. If they kept it like a mill style building with exposed brick and wood... It would be amazing.
The Residents are Great, the Office Could Learn from Them
When we first moved in the apartment was awesome. It's within walking distance to main street which has lots of restaurants and little shops. It's close to the highway and even to a park! The rooms are huge, there are tons of nice sized closets, everything was clean and we even got a sun-room! While we have had no major issues, the issues that we have had have not been handled well by the office and maintenance staff. It took 5 months to fix a leaking sound in our ceiling and I can still hear it occasionally. They have fixed other issues, but they are slow. We had a window pane popped out of place for 10 months and since it is fixed by an outside company during the summer every year, it had to be secured with duct tape for all that time. While maintenance has been slow, they are quick to come to the apartment when you have an emergency and they are very polite. The front desk staff, Jen, is fantastic and know a majority of the residents names and where they live which makes package pickup super quick and easy. The gym, pool and underground garage are very convenient but also come at an extra price. We'll be signing the lease for another year.
2 Clocktower Place a converted mill building
My apartment has lots of character with high ceilings and huge factory windows. Clocktower is very well run, with a good web interface for submitting maintenance requests, social networking, making payments and more.
Clocktower Place, Nashua NH
The location of our apt is very convenient to downtown Nashua. We relocated here last fall from a small VA town and are excited by the variety of dining choices, plus the ability to walk to the public library and senior center as well as downtown shops. The office and maintenance staffs are always courteous and responsive to service requests. We enjoy the view from our 5th floor window and love that we live in a re-purposed mill building in a historical district. We couldn't be more pleased with our choice of living arrangements.
Luxury at affordable rates.
Nice two bedroom two baths with loft.lived here 5 and a half years Great management and maintenance teams. On. site health club with an indoor swimming pool.
I love living here.
Amazing building -- history, amenities, recreation, comfort.
Clocktower Place - Phase 1
Probably the best affordable apartments by Maine Street Nashua. Grounds are kept clean and the community is very friendly in saying Hello in passing and holding doors open when you are carrying something. Neighbors are quiet and keep to themselves, you can hear noises through the walls sometimes but never turns into a problem. Winter can be annoying with moving of vehicles for plowing. Apartment rooms are spacious (2 bedroom at least). Carpet could be better they went environmentally friendly with recycle material for carpeting, but it doesn't feel the greatest walking on or sitting on. Kitchen appliances in my apartment are seriously outdated, but still work perfectly fine - just looks old! Utilities are awesome! Never ran heat once in two years during the winter and even opened the windows some days to let cold air in! The A/C is used during the summer on humid days, but that's expected in any apartment. Fees - cat fee is not terrible, but should be free with a deposit really. Garage fee is way too high, it has doubled in monthly cost since I have lived here. Overall, great place to live in the city of Nashua. Walking distance to anywhere near Maine St.
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Neighborhood - Mine Falls Park
Mine Falls Park
Lying in nearly the geographic center of the city about a mile west of downtown Nashua, Mine Falls Park provides hundreds of acres of green space to enjoy — in summer or winter and on water or land. The sprawling park and its many events and activities serve as the overarching feature of the predominantly residential neighborhood surrounding the park, but locals still enjoy some distractions for food, drink and fun in the park’s vicinity.
Clocktower Place Gallery
Map image of the Property
Two Bedroom - Bedroom
Two Bedroom - Dining Room
Within 50 Miles of Clocktower Place