|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2½ Bathrooms 2½ Baths 2½ BAs||$1,450||$400||1,419 Sq Ft||3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath||Oct 12||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$1,305||$0||1,196 Sq Ft||3 Bedroom 2 Bath||Available Soon||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2½ Bathrooms 2½ Baths 2½ BAs||$1,335||$0||1,357 Sq Ft||3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath||Available Soon||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2½ Bathrooms 2½ Baths 2½ BAs||Call for Rent||$0||1,900 Sq Ft||3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom||Not Available||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||3 Bathrooms 3 Baths 3 BAs||Call for Rent||$0||1,708 Sq Ft||3 Bedroom 3 Bath||Not Available||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||3½ Bathrooms 3½ Baths 3½ BAs||Call for Rent||$0||1,869 Sq Ft||3 Bedroom 3.5 Bath||Not Available||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2½ Bathrooms 2½ Baths 2½ BAs||Call for Rent||$0||1,419 Sq Ft||3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath||Not Available||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2½ Bathrooms 2½ Baths 2½ BAs||Call for Rent||$0||1,900 Sq Ft||3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom||Not Available||View Model|
About Staley Crossing - Phase III
Our 172 new Class A townhome units, located in a prime location in the northland submarket within the desirable Staley School district of Kansas City Missouri, will consist of all three bedrooms with two to three and a half baths. Units range in size from 1198-1869 square feet with attached one and two car garages. 16 units will have fully finished walk out basements. All units will have large open floor plans with upgraded flooring, walk-in closets, crown molding and a fully equipped kitchen with granite countertops, under-mount stainless sink, upgraded cabinetry, and Energy Star rated stainless steel appliances including front loading washer and dryer.
Dogs and Cats Allowed: No weight limit!
- •$150 Deposit
- •$15 Monthly Pet Rent
- •$250 Fee
- •2 Pet Limit
Assigned Parking. Attached one car or two car garage with every unit!
- •Built in 2016
- •128 Units
- •Maintenance on site
- •24 Hour Availability
- •Trash Pickup - Curbside
- •High Speed Internet Access
- •Air Conditioning
- •Ceiling Fans
- •Smoke Free
- •Cable Ready
- •Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
- •Ice Maker
- •Granite Countertops
- •Stainless Steel Appliances
- •Island Kitchen
- •Tile Floors
- •Dining Room
- •Vaulted Ceiling
- •Walk-In Closets
Office Hours At Staley Crossing - Phase III
Today's Hours: 8 AM to 5 PM
Amenities & Expenses
- Maintenance on site
- 24 Hour Availability
- Trash Pickup - Curbside
- High Speed Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Smoke Free
- Cable Ready
- Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
- Ice Maker
- Granite Countertops
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Island Kitchen
- Tile Floors
- Dining Room
- Vaulted Ceiling
- Walk-In Closets
|Monday||8 AM to 5 PM|
|Tuesday||8 AM to 5 PM|
|Wednesday||8 AM to 5 PM|
|Thursday||8 AM to 5 PM|
|Friday||8 AM to 5 PM|
|Saturday||10 AM to 4 PM|
Apartment Reviews at Staley Crossing - Phase III
Would choose again
My family of four has lived here for 2 months. We were looking for a short term lease since we sold our house and are in the process of building. The townhome has been great for us. It's nearly impossible to find a place that has 3 bedrooms 2 and 1/2 bathrooms with a 2 car attached garage, that allows pets with a short term lease! The unit was brand new when we moved in. We are happy knowing that all of our neighbors on our street all seem to be nice, normal families in similar situations. No one is loud or disruptive. With a two car garage, there are no issues with people parking on the street making it hard to back out. I also appreciate The walkout off the kitchen that my dog can be tied out and relax on the patio. I read in another review that the units are made cheap. They come standard with stainless steel refrigerator, stove and built in microwave with granite countertops. The cabinets are all softclose, which is nice. Units also come with a washer and dryer. (Unfortunately, there is not a bar above the w/d to hang up clothes so I'm always using door frames) So while these are not the particular appliance models I would chooosrin my home, they are better than anything else we looked at. I was worried about lack of space. All bedrooms are great size, including closets. The master is a great size. The master bath is A shower only. There is a hall bath for the other bedrooms, and that is where the tub is, which is a standard tub size insert, which leaves me wishing for more. That is probably my biggest complaint. The staff is friendly. They were hard to get in touch with when we were first finding them and wanting to look. They did not answer when we called, but we stopped by a couple times until we were able to walk in and talk to someone. I now communicate through email and that seems to be much easier and maybe their preferred way of communication. Later I realized that the agents don't answer because they are usually showing units. Since the units are new, right now maintenance is only available on Tuesday's and Thursday's. Staley crossings does not currently have amenities, we are allowed to use steeple chase apartments. They have a nice pool, outdoor cabanas with tvs, a gym with a kids playarea attaxched but closed off with glass so you can watch your kids as you work out, but you can't really hear them so they don't disrupt others. There is also a sauna, massage bed, and a game room. I have replaced several light bulbs.
Poor Management and Quality
Poor management and quality. We moved in and the place was dirty which seems odd since it was brand new. Whenever a repair needed to be made (if you were lucky to get it repaired) it was not performed correctly. Kitchen shelves were not even secured and broke our dishes. The back patio fence was never completed so the boards just laid on the ground like trash. Yet I was told if I moved them I was disturbing property. The property manager doesn't even understand her own rules and policies and provides misinformation. If you want to pay a lot of money for a poor quality place and poor management - this is your place!
The good the bad and the ugly
The location is excellent. The look of the unit is very nice. However, after living in it for 6 months it has become apparent the materials used to build these units were pretty cheap. I discovered the light bulbs used Originally aren't even allowed to be used in the US anymore. When I moved in 5 light bulbs burned out within 1 week! I have replaced them all at this point and the new ones are fine. Towel racks and door knobs frequently fall off. Parking is very difficult. If you have one friend over with a car it's hard to find space to park. The bed rooms are spacious with good closet space and the layout of the bed rooms is great. Maintenance seems to be pretty responsive when contacted and they do resolve issues as they arise. Management is also very responsive and address issues that arise. The amenities however, are grossly misrepresented. Town homes have access to steeple chases pool, gym and park. This access is limited. The gym is NOT 24 hours for the renters of the townhomes despite what the website says. The "off leash" dog area is not available to this community either. Rules at the pool are different for those that live in the duplexes then those in the apartments. Hours and age limits for the gym and the pool that are posted do not apply to the townhomes. This means older teenage children living in the townhomes can not use the pool or the gym without an adult. So your 16 year old can't go swimming or use a treadmill without you! When I inquired why, I was told it's for "safety" which makes zero sense. 12 and over are allowed in the pool alone if you live in the apartments. Frankly the treatment of the renters from the townhomes over at the pool/gym is very poor. Made to feel like second rate citizens. Rudely written Emails that threaten getting your card revoked and you fined seem to go out weekly as do emails about rule changes. They are great amenities for certain! They just aren't available as represented on the website and the treatment does not make you feel welcome over there. The pool gate is and has been broken since the beginning of the summer and they are aware. Over all the townhomes are decent, location is great and the maitnance and management staff are good. If you can afford it, I recommend not renting the least expensive unit. They are very dark inside and the living area/kitchen have zero windows so it feels a bit like a cave.
Great place to live
I moved in to Staley Crossing a few weeks ago and love it! The people in the office were super helpful during everything and are always very nice. My home is perfect, definitely the nicest place I've ever rented. Everything works great and I love how much space there is. Having a pool to use is going to be so nice in the summer.
no zero stars to chose from
The construction and craftsmanship is extremely cheap. All appliances although stainless steel are very low end. They have know idea what is going on with these units in the office. We just made a 12 month mistake. When maintenance doesn't show up which they don't you aren't given the courtesy of a call or even an email. Save yourself a headache and don't move here. On an upside the location is perfect.
Qucik and Easy
We are so happy that we found this place! We almost missed it as we were looking to move quickly and didn't even know that it was back behind the QT off North Oak. It's brand new construction, which our family loves and we have access to the amenities of the apt complex right next to it. Although there is still some construction going on around us, we really love the unit and look forward to staying here in the future!
Look elsewhere...trust me! 1 star is being generous.
We came here because of the short-term lease and location while we build our house. It's been a nightmare since day one. Horrible construction, cheap, rude management, etc. These are the most cheaply built townhouses as well as the appliances in them. The management/maintenance cannot be taken seriously. The manager is very demeaning and the staff turnover is ridiculous. We've had heating issues for several months now and the problem STILL is not resolved. Staley Crossing has admitted the HVAC system was installed incorrectly. Meanwhile, we are racking up electric bills in the $200-$300 range. It doesn't appear to be an urgent matter as everyone is still using space heaters to warm the downstairs area. Most people that live here have children so it's not a great situation for a family. There are other townhouses up the street (Serrano?), go there and save your money/headaches. Very disappointed that we've been wasting our money here with a team of people that is concerned with filling town houses instead of taking care of their current tenants.
The bad and the ugly
We have been renting for 2 months. Poor quality management and no service skills whatsoever. The townhomes are new so you would think you would not have any problem. In the past 2 months, here are some of the issues we have had: leak from the kitchen sink, leak from the fridge, leak from the 1st floor bathroom, garage door not working, etc. It took maintenance about a month to fix the fridge. But this is only the bad. We realize now that we’d love to deal with just a leaking sink… Here comes the ugly: our electric bill was $185 for the first 14 days, 2nd bill was $242. I called KCPL who sent an agent to check the meter right away. Everything works fine on their end. Contacted management who acknowledged the issue and said they were aware the electric bills were high in this specific unit and it is because of the heater. Management never made us aware of the issue when we signed the lease and is now refusing to do anything about it. Like someone else mentioned, I also had 4 bulbs burn out within the first 3 weeks of moving in (again, keep mind the unit is fairly new and having been a homeowner, I know how long it takes before you get to replace a bulb). KCPL did mention that if there was an electrical problem inside the unit, it will cause the bulbs to burn out very quickly as well as make any appliance burn more electricity than necessary! We keep our thermostat at 68 to keep cost down and we are freezing on the first floor...the 2nd floor is a sauna. The good? Nice granite countertops.
Rude staff wouldn't waste your time with renting here
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Points of Interest Near Staley Crossing - Phase III
City - Kansas City
The largest city in Missouri, Kansas City sits on the Missouri-Kansas border at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas rivers. A major Midwest metropolis, Kansas City offers something for everyone.
Art lovers delight in the expansive collections at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. History buffs savor the exhibits at the National World War I Museum and Memorial as well as the Arabia Steamboat Museum. Sports fans enjoy baseball games at Kauffman Stadium and football games at Arrowhead Stadium. Thrill seekers relish the adventures at Worlds of Fun. Shopping enthusiasts appreciate the variety of stores at Zona Rosa Town Center. Music and theater junkies bask in world-class performances at Starlight Theatre and the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Beer aficionados revel in the selections at Boulevard Brewing Company.
With convenient access to several Interstate highways and Kansas City International Airport, getting around from Kansas City is a breeze.
Staley Crossing - Phase III Gallery
Staley Crossing - Phase III
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3BR, 2BA - TH1/1196 SF