Jackson Crossing

100 Jackson Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50315
From $825Studio-3 BedsPets OK

Floor Plans

Studio - starting at $825
1 Bedroom - starting at $995
2 Bedrooms - starting at $1375
3 Bedrooms - starting at $1650

Prices, specials, features and availability subject to change.

Kitchen:

DishwasherIsland KitchensMicrowaveRefrigeratorStainless Steel Appliances

Laundry:

Washer/Dryer in Unit

Parking:

Contact for details

Pets:

Pets OKPet Park

Features:

Air ConditioningBalcony, Patio, DeckCeiling Fan(s)High Speed Internet AccessNew/Renovated InteriorOversized ClosetsSome Utilities CoveredView

Community:

Accepts Electronic Payments, Elevator, Emergency Maintenance, Fitness Center, Smoke Free

Additional:

Bike Storage, Community Room, Exercise Room, Fire Pits, Free On-site Parking, Grills, Pet Washing Station, Social Spaces

Property Details

Brand New Apartments Now Leasing! Move-Ins starting December 1, 2016!
Come discover a neighborhood that immediately feels like home, with city energy an community tranquility. These apartments are conveniently located in 3 minutes South of downtown Des Moines. Some of our units give you the best view of the Cubs fireworks, downtown sky line and the capital.

Jackson Crossing is in prime location to access all of the restaurants shopping, nightlife that downtown has to offer, along with, Columbus Park up the street, and with good access to Des Moines' extensive trail network.

Our apartments contain fresh and fabulous finishes with an open concept kitchen that is ideal for entertaining.

Leasing Terms

6 & 12 Month Lease Terms

Pet Policy: Pets Accepted. 80 lbs weight limit. $ 200 pet fee, $ 200 pet deposit. $30 monthly pet rent.

Pet Policy

Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.

Building Type

Apartment

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Office Hours

Monday-Saturday: By Appointment

Sunday: Closed

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