Mid-Town Apartments

6001 North Brookline Ave, Oklahoma City OK 73112
$799 - $15001-3 BedsPets OK

Floor Plans

1 Bedroom - starting at $799 / mo
2 Bedrooms - starting at $899 / mo
3 Bedrooms - starting at $1500 / mo

Prices, specials, features and availability subject to change.

Laundry:

Laundry Facility

Parking:

Contact for details

Pets:

Pets OK

Features:

New/Renovated InteriorSome Utilities Covered

Community:

Accepts Credit Card Payments, Accepts Electronic Payments, Elevator, Emergency Maintenance, Extra Storage, Fitness Center, Gated Access, Media Center

Additional:

After Hours Emergency Maintenance Service, All Bills Paid, Clubroom with Billiards, Controlled Access Entry, Covered Parking Available, Gated Community, Newly Renovated Community, Sparkling Pool

Property Details

Welcome to Mid-Town Apartments now featuring all new multi-million dollar renovations! This newly renovated community includes countless amenities and breathtaking hard to find views of the city. All this can be enjoyed in a gated community atmosphere with secured entry to the building while giving one the accessibility of beautiful downtown.

Note From Management

March FREE (Move in by 2/29) on any floorplan!!! ALL BILLS PAID!!!

Leasing Terms

Our lease terms are: 6,9, & 12 month (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details)
Pet Policy: 25 Pound Weight Limit. Maximum 2 pets per apartment. Restrictions: $250 Pet Fee
$25 Monthly Pet Rent

Pet Policy

Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.

Community Information

191 units

Building Type

Apartment

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Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 8:00am-6:00pm

Saturday: 10:00am-5:00pm

Sunday: 12:00pm-5:00pm

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