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*select units, Beautiful scenic view of the Great Miami River, Carlisle School District at Waterfront, Franklink School District at Plaza, FULLY RENOVATE BATHROOMS*, FULLY RENOVATED HOMES AND BOTH LOCATIONS!, NEW APPLIANCES*, NEW FLOORING AND CERAMIC TILE, New Franklin Bike Trail, NEW HARDWARE AND FIXTURES, NEW KITCHEN CABINETRY, Pets Welcome, Professional Management Team, Second, Trail for: Biking, Hiking, or Jogging, Washer/Dryer in units*
Scenic Location...Apartments with a view of the Great Miami River, 5 minutes from I-75 Exit 38...
Welcome to Waterfront...Peaceful living in a magnificent surroundings at modest rental rates. Set on naturally beautiful surroundings on the banks of the Great Miami River; get that dream holiday home feeling, within minutes of the center of activities...less than 30 minutes to Downtown Dayton and 50 minutes to Downtown Cincinnati. Come feed our geese and ducks! Just across the river from the new bike trail. Convenience, class, and style at a reasonable rate make Waterfront your smart choice for living. Location.....Location....Location...Plaza Apartments puts right in the middle of everything. Walking distance to shopping and dining. Half mile from I-75 North and South. Along with a great location Plaza Apartments offers fully renovated homes with brand new EVERYTHING! Our open floor plans and unique layouts will welcome you home everyday. Call today to schedule your personal tour.
Lease Terms: Prices based on 12 month lease, shorter term available. Pet Policy at Waterfront: 2 pets per unit maximum, $25 each pet rent, $100 each pet deposit. Breed and size restrictions apply. Second chance credit possible. Plaza pet friendly with $250 pet deposit - 20 lb. limit
Dogs Allowed. Breed Restriction. Call for Policy. Call for service animal policy.
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Ratings & Reviews
Waterfront and Plaza Apartments Resident
Whenever anything needed to be done in the apartment we could not get in touch with landlord. What drew the li Read Morene and we moved out, our vehicle got broken into. With cameras on the side of the building I called the landlord, he told me to call police. I called the police and as the police and I is walking to the office he gets in his car and leaves. That told me right there how much he cared about the residents so we left.
December 24, 2013