|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$499||$0||400 Sq Ft||3 BED 2 BATH (SHARED)||Not Available||View Model|
|3 BRs 3 BRs 3 BRs||2 Bathrooms 2 Baths 2 BAs||$559||$0||400 Sq Ft||3 BED 2 BATH (PRIVATE)||Not Available||View Model|
|4 BRs 4 BRs 4 BRs||3 Bathrooms 3 Baths 3 BAs||$459||$0||350 Sq Ft||4 BED 3 BATH (SHARED)||Not Available||View Model|
|4 BRs 4 BRs 4 BRs||3 Bathrooms 3 Baths 3 BAs||$499||$0||350 Sq Ft||4 BED 3 BATH (PRIVATE)||Not Available||View Model|
About The Niche - Student Apartments
Student housing near the University of Florida, Santa Fe Community College and the all new Butler Plaza. Offering a 24 hour fitness center, resident lounge with private study labs and computer stations, one of the largest pool areas in town with outdoor grilling and modern newly redesigned apartments. The Niche has everything you need and want - come and see for yourself. Looking for something else in Gainesville, check out our sister property - The Nook Student Apartments.
- •“For More Info Text URNiche to 47464”
- •24-hour emergency maintenance
- •24-hour resident lounge with TV wall
- •24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness center
- •24-hr computer lab w/ private study room
- •7-inch memory foam mattress
- •ABUNDANT PARKING
- •All-inclusive utilities
- •Along the 3 interior RTS bus stops
- •Ample Parking
- •Beach Area with Hammock Stations
- •Ceiling fan in each room
- •Computer Lab with Macs & PC’s
- •Dog Park
- •Full Size Washer & Dryer
- •Gainesville’s Best Resort-Style Pool
- •Gaming and coffee bar
- •Lighted full-court basketball court
- •Memory Foam Mattress
- •NEW PIN-DOT CARPETING IN BEDROOMS
- •NEW PLANTATION-STYLE BLINDS
- •NEW SLATE GRAY COUNTERS
- •NEW SMART TV WITH WI-FI IN LIVING ROOMS
- •NEW WEATHERED GRAY WOOD-STYLE PLANK FLOORING
- •Newly Upgraded Units Available!
- •Outdoor Grill & Jumbo Big-Screen TV
- •Plantation Style Blinds*
- •Screened patio
- •Slate Grey Countertops*
- •Smart TV With Wi-Fi In Every Livingroom*
- •Stainless steel appliances*
- •Study Center w/ Private and Group Study
- •THREE RTS BUS STOPS
- •Upgraded pin-dot carpeting in bedrooms*
- •Walk-In Pantry
- •Weathered-grey, wood-style plank floor*
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- •$35 Monthly Pet Rent
- •$250 Fee
- •2 Pet Limit
- •Built in 1996
- •928 Units/3 Stories
- •Package Service
- •Wi-Fi at Pool and Clubhouse
- •Maintenance on site
- •Property Manager on Site
- •Furnished Units Available
- •Pet Play Area
- •Business Center
Fitness & Recreation
- •Fitness Center
- •Basketball Court
- •Volleyball Court
- •High Speed Internet Access
- •Air Conditioning
- •Ceiling Fans
- •Cable Ready
- •Double Vanities
- •Ice Maker
- •Stainless Steel Appliances
- •Hardwood Floors
- •Dining Room
- •Walk-In Closets
Office Hours At The Niche - Student Apartments
Today's Hours: 9 AM to 6 PM
Amenities & Expenses
- Package Service
- Wi-Fi at Pool and Clubhouse
- Maintenance on site
- Property Manager on Site
- Furnished Units Available
- Pet Play Area
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Basketball Court
- Volleyball Court
- “For More Info Text URNiche to 47464”
- 24-hour emergency maintenance
- 24-hour resident lounge with TV wall
- 24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness center
- 24-hr computer lab w/ private study room
- 7-inch memory foam mattress
- ABUNDANT PARKING
- All-inclusive utilities
- Along the 3 interior RTS bus stops
- Ample Parking
- Beach Area with Hammock Stations
- Ceiling fan in each room
- Computer Lab with Macs & PC’s
- Dog Park
- Full Size Washer & Dryer
- Gainesville’s Best Resort-Style Pool
- Gaming and coffee bar
- Lighted full-court basketball court
- Memory Foam Mattress
- NEW PIN-DOT CARPETING IN BEDROOMS
- NEW PLANTATION-STYLE BLINDS
- NEW SLATE GRAY COUNTERS
|Monday||9 AM to 6 PM|
|Tuesday||9 AM to 6 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM to 6 PM|
|Thursday||9 AM to 6 PM|
|Friday||9 AM to 6 PM|
|Saturday||10 AM to 4 PM|
|Sunday||12 AM to 4 PM|
Apartment Reviews at The Niche - Student Apartments
I love how affordable this place is! They have free printing and free coffee for residents. Plus they have events that basically give away money, saving me a ton. I can walk to chipotle or target. The bus to UF is really fast. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I would recommend this to my friend.
Review on Campus Club
Worst apartments. Very old apts, not even in good condition. Headstrong people in leasing office.They are not cooperative. No amenities provided. Once you lease agreement, then they show their real face. Never go to Campus Club. I did mistake by coming to campus club. Bedrooms are stinking. Molds in the bedroom and in Bath room. Broken furniture. DONT COME TO CAMPUS CLUB.
great on a budget
Campus club is very nice for the price and the apartments are rather large, but what makes me really love It here is that they are always very helpful with any issues you have, they have the best customer service in the business, all the employees even know every single resident by name. All In all, its the best student living in Gainesville.
Campus Club is a great first apartment for students. It's offers a lot of amenities thats fits in with the college lifestyle.
Terrible Apartment Complex
When I first arrived at my apartment there were old appliances, mold on the shower door, and broken blinds, all after they said they had done an inspection and cleaned my apartment for move in. After asking to fix my toilet multiple times because it randomly makes noise they never came to fix it. The roommate selection process seems to be random even though a paper of interests was filled out to try and get a good match. I was wrongfully charged a fee that I should not have incurred and had to call to get this fee removed. Then "renovations" started and took place while I was still living here. They asked multiple times that we "not inconvenience them" while they renovated by moving all of my belongings off of any property owned surfaces and caging my pet for an entire day, which seems inhumane. They told me they would charge a $100 fee every day I did not comply. The workers turned my AC down to 50 degrees each day, even though I asked them not to (as this would cost me more). Even after the "renovations" were done, my "wood floor" is scratched, the refrigerator doesn't fit well in the kitchen and isn't connected properly to make ice, and there are electrical wires hanging over my stove. Now that they are charging an outrageous fee, I feel that anyone looking here should VERY STRONGLY reconsider where you would like to live. This company/apartment complex only cares about themselves and NOT the comfort of the tenants living here.
A Relatively good place to live
A lot of places in Gainesville are terrible so I would say that the campus club is one of the best, for the price and the space. There are some problems with the appliances but the key to getting new appliances is to complain when you move in. They will replace most things including your mattress. The pool is big but I don't think it is heated so I haven't gone in it yet. The service is usually fast and no one is mean. Cox internet can be spotty and so can the cable but it is fine. The people at the office are nice and there are many opportunities for free food (breakfast, pizza, and chipotle but chipotle goes fast). Campus club is almost first on the bus route which is 100% necessary because the next bus stop really fills the bus up. Campus club is also a walk away from Bento, Relish, and Chipotle WHICH IS GREAT. There is construction going on across the road which is annoying but I usually cannot hear it. Also, don't get an apartment in the back because that is a long walk to the bus. Building 6 is a good location for me.
Great student housing for a really good price! It's located close (walking distance) to everything you need and it's only a 15 min bus ride to the UF campus.
I signed a lease with them recently and the office is so unorganized. First, one of the employees told me that my friends and intended roommates signed for the upgraded floorpan, so when I went in to sign my lease, I signed for that floorpan. Later, I was told that they actually didn't sign for that floorpan, but I could still be their roommate, I would just be paying for the upgraded one when and living in the non-upgraded one. We went in to get this issue resolved, and we were told that nothing was guaranteed. When they sent out roommate listings, me and one of my friends were listed together, but the other two weren't. We complained, and now she is listed with the other two but they said they still haven't found a fourth person for their apartment. Hello, I am the fourth. Ive emailed them with no response, called with no answer, and I'm not currently in Gainesville but am considering making the drive because it seems as though the only way you can resolve issues with them is in person. I am already regretting signing with this company and if there was a way for me to terminate my lease without being fined, I would.
Nice place to live for the price
I lived here for a year and I don't have any complaints. Maintenance comes quick, great location, decent prices. I would definitely recommend this complex to any student.
Resident living with worst new management.
The new management never respond to any of your communications. The leasing office staffs - most of them are students working as part time, cannot handle or solve residents issues. Number of visits to the office without any outcome. Don't get attracted by renovated furniture & appliances. International students "beware of signing the lease". You will end up with bitter experience. I regret for signing the lease here and I would never recommend this community to anyone for various reasons.
Relatively Unpleasant Experience
Pet-friendly and affordable, but management was unprofessional and disrespectful (before AND after the name change). They frequently entered apartments without notice, they were misleading when describing the quality of the apartments and amenities, and they were often condescending when interacting with residents that aren't fluent English speakers. I moved primarily for these reasons
MOVE IN PROCESS NIGHTMARE !!!!
This has to be hands down the most disheartening, exhausting, infuriating, dissapointing, annoying, and inconvenient experience of my entire life. And this was before I even moved in. The staff at the niche were completely unprofessional, unhelpful, and unpleasant. It took FOREVER just to get my lease in and to get a response from anyone (email or phone). Roommate selection was an absolute joke. They didn't even bother to consider what I wanted, even though it was in the form. I felt like I was kept in the dark the entire process. I wish I had never signed here and definitely won't be resigning. Soooo many broken promises!
Amenities or Sleep?
What do you expect in an apartment? A nice pool, a volleyball court, a gym and a study area? Well thankfully that’s all provided here, and all of these amenities are very nice. However, I still would not recommend living here. As a busy student, I look for the bare minimum in housing: a good place to sleep, eat and shower. I spend most of my days outside of my home, either on campus, at work, or at others’ houses. When I get home, I expect to sleep well, and unfortunately for the past year I’ve lived at The Niche, I have not been able to get consistent rest. Neighbors would utilize the pool after-hours, blast music at any moment of the day/night, and have loud conversations I can overhear while in my room. I’ve been woken up at different times of the night, going anywhere from 1am to 6am, because of the aforementioned disturbances. As a light sleeper, it becomes incredibly difficult to have a good night’s rest multiple times a week. I’ve been sleep deprived, formed bags under my eyes, and have been increasingly cranky and irritable throughout this entire year. The residents here have no respect or decency for other residents. Sign here only if you care about amenities more than your mental and physical health.
The Management has changed (with many other things)
I really miss the old management! I have been living here since 1.5 years and I hate to give 1 star to a business, but this one really deserves it. I reached out to the leasing office multiple times through different channels before putting the review but they don't care at all. Since it seems they care about the public reviews here, I thought maybe I should reach to them here. I was happy with "Campus Club" before the new management arrived. The management is horrible. I didn't have a simple lock on my door for 40 (yes, forty) days! And once they fixed it... well... see the pictures!! They came to clean my shower and bath and they damaged the shower head and made my carpet dirty with muddy shoes!! They changed the lock on my door only 2 weeks after they changed all the locks and gave the new keys! I came home at 3:00AM after a long day at work, I found out my lock has changed!!! I ended up paying over $150 to spend the night at a hotel! The new bed, dresser and desk are downgrades not upgrades! Utility is covered up to $40/ person but if they can't find you a roommate, expect an overage of $90 on top of that $40 every month!! Conclusion: I have been living in average student houses like this one for the past 6 years. For the amount I pay, I don't expect too much, and in my reviews I gave at least 4 start to most of them. But this one is really awful and I am here only because I signed the lease with the old manager. You won't be treated as patron (as they claim) or as normal people (as I expect). You will be treated like a club guard treats drunk college kids! Trust all the recent reviews and find another place.
Appalling to say the least. The first unit was filthy. The unit had an older stove and there was so much build up you couldn’t see the burner pans. The shower had mold 4 ft up the walls. The toilet & bathroom sink were equally disgusting. The carpet was severely stained. We refused this unit. I asked about room inspection and was told they are conducted quarterly. We have pictures of the room condition. We thought our experience was the exception, but there was a roomful of angry parents/students. We were offered a renovated unit. While this unit was cleaner, but the list of mx problems was ridiculous. The metal frame bed was partially assembled (hardware hand tight). The living room sliding door only opens 1 ½ feet. The kitchen GFI outlets were painted over. The laundry room & bathroom door outer panels were splitting & separating. The dryer duct connection was too short and had to use duct tape to attach the dryer duct. The bedroom door hinges had stripped screws & laundry room door hinge was snapped off. The bathroom had a light bulb with broken glass but the bulb base was still installed. The smoke alarm in the living room chirped repeatedly (wired wrong). No smoke alarm in the bedroom. There was a 2 foot scratch on the new floor. The “renovated” unit issues were called in (3) times and the majority of the mx was cleared without performing any mx. We were provided a phone number to check status that was never responded to. Management also gave keys to individual assumed to be a roommate only to find out they had no record of the individual having a key. There are fundamental problems at every level. The onsite managers have minimal authority as it appears to rest with a regional office. I can’t begin to explain the level of incompetence it takes to have apartments with this many mx problems. Like many of the other reviews on this & other sites, we’re locked into a one-year contract but we will be moving out when our time is up.
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City - Gainesville
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