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Post Ballantyne features a variety of unique floor plans, including one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments, each with a range of interior design elements to suit your lifestyle. Residents enjoy a 4,000 square foot fitness center, two lakes with jogging trails, and a spectacular clubhouse. Located in the prestigious Ballantyne area of Charlotte and within walking distance of amazing shopping, dining, and entertainment facilities, as well as the Ballantyne Resort and Spa, Post Ballantyne truly is the perfect location to call home!
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Dog Policy: Cats and dogs less than 30lbs allowed in this apartment home. Maximum 2 pets per apartment. Maximum 60lbs combined. Must be over 1 year old. Total Pet Deposit: $500/pet 1-30 lbs ($150 refundable). Manager has discretion regarding each property pet policy. All breeds must be approved by management. Qualified service animals are always welcome without fee. Call for details.
Cat Policy: Cats only allowed in this apartment home. Maximum 2 pets per apartment. Maximum 80lbs combined. Must be over 1 year old. Total Pet Deposit: $500/pet 1-30 lbs ($150 refundable), $1000/pet 31-80 lbs ($250 refundable). Manager has discretion regarding each property pet policy. All breeds must be approved by management. Qualified service animals are always welcome without fee. Call for details.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.
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Great location just walking distance for supermarket, restaurants, pubs!
February 08, 2017
Post has exceeded our expectations on condition of the unit at move in. The area is quiet and safe. The mana Read Moregement is professional and considerate. Highly recommended!
December 28, 2016
Post Ballantyne is a well maintained apartment complex that is convenient to grocery stores, many retail stor Read Morees and restaurants. I would recommend Post to anyone looking for convenience.
December 21, 2016
No thanks. Your desire for rent increases needs to be more measured. I do get the impression that you are mo Read Morere than willing to take advantage of a recurring tenant if you can. I guess you weigh the cost of unit turnover against increased rental income for those who stay. Not sure it is in the best interest of the community to have a lot of turnover because of excessive rent increases. Seems you would have a more stable community if you were to encourage folks to stay vs forcing them out with large rent increases.
November 30, 2016
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