Hey, my girlfriend and I are moving out of our 1bedroom apt in the Ione Plaza but we're moving out a month before our lease is up, and here comes the problem. We're looking to move out as early as Nov. 11 but in order for us to move we need someone to take our place for the month of December (and chunk of November). It would entail signing a 1 month contract, at that point if you liked it you would have the option of signing a 9 or 12 month contract (which usually give you 1 free month and I believe still gives you a 'present'). Alternately at the end of December, the lease would be up and you could move if you choose.
This would be perfect if you were establishing yourself in Portland and wanted a little time to get to know where you wanted to live, are a student at PSU and want roll out of bed and step on campus, or are looking for a slot in the full up Ione Plaza. This is the CHEAPEST room in the Ione, the signs say "1-bedrooms starting from $660" so you can't really beat that, right?
All of you who go to PSU probably have an idea where the Ione Plaza is (1717 SW Park Ave). It's between the Science Buildings and SMSU, faces the park blocks, less than half a block from 83 - OMSI Shuttle & Portland Streetcar, and one block from Broadway where you can catch the plethora of busses that run there.
$660 is the rent, uts are $65 (water, heat - forced steam=excellent, electric, sewage, garbage, and the 24-hr maintenance crew). =$725 for 1 months rent+uts.
The walls look starkly white but the management said it's alright to paint them (although it's something I would ask them about). Additionally it comes with a kitchen (stove/oven, lots of cabinet space, closet, fridge - I believe you can ask the management for an upgrade on the fridge too), bathroom (dual-coil heater=great in the winter, medicine cabinet w/mirror), bedroom (good sized closet, large heater-see picture). The front room and bedroom are cable ready as well, and the hall has 3 huge, large, and medium closets for extra storage. It provides LOTS of natural light and the windows are clasp locked with a second pane to keep it warm in the winter and cool in the summer.( Collapse )
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