There are no available units.
|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF||Available|
|3 Beds 3 Beds 3 Br||2 Baths 2 Baths 2 Ba||8||912 SF||None of these are available.|
These similar apartments nearby have available units.
Below are rent ranges for similar nearby apartments.
|Studio Studio Studio||93-98 Sq Ft||$569||$999||$1,360|
|1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Bed||253-263 Sq Ft||$619||$1,033||$1,659|
|2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Beds||182-188 Sq Ft||$670||$1,043||$2,301|
|3 Beds 3 Beds 3 Beds||200 Sq Ft||$400||$1,493||$2,389|
|4 Beds 4 Beds 4 Beds||235 Sq Ft||$1,300||$2,436||$4,500|
About Telluride Apartments
Telluride Apartments in Iowa City, IA is ready for your visit. These apartments are located in Iowa City at 278 E. Court St. in the 52240 area. The professional leasing staff is ready and waiting to show you our community. Be sure to check out the current floorplan options. At Telluride Apartments you're new apartment awaits. Stop by the community today.
|Monday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Tuesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Thursday||9 AM to 5 PM|
|Friday||9 AM to 5 PM|
- •56 Units
Apartment Reviews at Telluride Apartments
great location, awful managment
Telluride has a great location to down town iowa city. However, their management is awful. We have not had hot water for over three weeks now. We have been in contact with the landlord and they told us to let the water run until it gets hot, 30 minutes later we got luke warm water. We have made maintenance request, emailed and called the landlord multiple times. They have not done anything to fix the problem, just stating that we have hot water and that they are within code of the city, which now to find out they aren't after having the city come look at our water. After two weeks of fighting with them we received an email that they are getting new water heaters, but not for another two weeks, but they still have told us there is nothing wrong with our water. AWFUL management. The great location is not worth living here.
Neighborhood - Downtown Iowa City
The sprawling University of Iowa spills across the Iowa River and into Downtown Iowa City: the Main Library, the Engineering Library, the English-Philosophy Building, the College of Education, and the University of Iowa Museum of Natural History are all in the Downtown neighborhood. As a result, Downtown Iowa City is filled with students in backpacks walking to class. This is most definitely Hawkeye country, and the neighborhood is covered in black and gold. During college football season, you'll find many residents heading across the river to Kinnick Stadium to cheer on the Iowa Hawkeyes.
With its wide sidewalks, outdoor cafes, and numerous bicycles parked in bike racks, Downtown Iowa City is a great place to live, often topping "best" lists for livability and as one of the nation's best college towns. Shops and restaurants fill the historic architecture, and cobblestone streets add an old-world elegance to the district.
Public Elementary School
Public Middle School
Public High School
Private Elementary, Middle & High School