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In beautiful Vancouver, Washington rests Renaissance at 29th, the premier choice for your new home! Comfort and style combine to give you nine floor plan choices for your new home. We have one, two, and three bedroom apartments, and two and three bedroom town homes. Our homes feature fully equipped kitchens, washer and dryer, private patio, and fireplace, with oversized closets and renovations available in select homes.
As a resident of Renaissance at 29th, you’ll enjoy our fully equipped and renovated fitness center, steamy spa and refreshing pool! Our community also features a dog park, a basketball court and large playground situated in the middle of our beautifully landscaped courtyard. We accept credit card payments , broadband internet access is available, and pets are accepted with slight breed restrictions. Spread out over 19 acres, Renaissance offers both a quiet and serene setting with the convenience of all that Fisher’s Landing has to offer.
Located in the heart of Fisher’s Landing, our community is mere minutes away from Highway 14 and I-205, C-Tran Fisher’s Landing Transit Center, all easily connecting your commute to the Portland Airport, Downtown Portland, Downtown Vancouver and access to the Max Light Rail system. We are surrounded by natural grocers, shopping, dining, entertainment, and more! We are in boundaries for the following great schools: Columbia Valley Elementary School, Shahala Middle School and Mountain View High School. We invite you to view our photo gallery and see why Renaissance at 29th is a wonderful place to call home. Call or email us today to schedule a tour of our community.
6-12 month lease terms.
Pet Policy: Maximum 2 pets per apartment. $35 pet rent(1st pet) $15 additional (2nd pet), $200 pet deposit per pet, $250 non-refundable pet fee per pet. Breed restrictions apply.
Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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In addition to all the 1 star reviews which all are honest experiences.I lived here since 2013 and just moved Read Moreout mid-April this year, 2018.When I left, there were 2 "48-Hours Pre-unit Inspection" and a walk-thru the day before I moved-out. Nothing was mention and as the matter of facts, the maintain lead even told me that my apartment is kept up nicely, carpet is great and so does the counter tops, etc. Today, 5/14/18, I received an invoice for $1,649.42 for the replacement of carpet damages, counter tops damages, vinyl damages and even broken window. In addition, the monthly utilities (water, garbage and common area) that I pay them never more than $70, they charge me $86.60 for the period between 4/1/18-4/15/18.Also, this place change management like night and day and obvious they are out to get you in any way they can.Please consider this as a warning..
May 14, 2018
The apartments here are okay but the neighbors will make living here a challenge and management will provide n Read Moreo help. Our lease just ended we are very happy to be leaving. The apartment we are in is a 2 story one and the 2nd floor floors are very creaky. Also there are small nails poking out of the floor in the carpet in various places. We learned where not to step but I lost a few socks in the process. My neighbors seem to all have kids and the grassy areas between apartments become playgrounds all summer, weekends and after school. Our windows face onto a parking lot and we were forced to hear kids screaming and riding big wheels all the time. I complained to management about it and around a week later saying the kids playing wasnt against the rules (it is because I checked in the lease and annoying noises in public spaces is prohibited) but they would send a security officer when the kids were being noisy. After my complaint I repeatedly tried calling to get the security officer sent but the office never once answered my phone. Emails proved ineffective to since they seem to reply to them every 48 hours. Management here is very apathetic. They use the rules a crutch so they dont actually have to do their jobs. Anything more than picking up packages and paying rent was always a struggle. Also there is no rent drop box or online payment option so you need to catch someone at the office which isnt always easy. There is also a mandatory $40 fee monthly to have comcast cable which cannot be bundled with internet. They provide no cable hardware so you need to order a cable box from Comcast to watch tv or else you are paying for nothing.
November 10, 2017
The office staff was friendly and helpful. Always available when needed. The property was maintained well. Ove Read Morerall a FANTASTIC place that I would probably move back there!
January 11, 2014
They up the rent every year. Managemet is rude and disrespectful. They do not do repares in a timely maner. Th Read Moreey do not give you all the information you ask for. They give the wrong rent amount when asking what you owe then are rude when you let them know that was the price they gave you.
December 25, 2013
Awful experience. Horrible customer service. Since the day we moved in the place always had something wrong! C Read Moreeiling leak, mold, living room flooded, dishwasher had to be replaced, water system had mysterious smell by laundry machine they wouldn't look at. Damaged our belongings when maintenance tried fixing these things and we had to fight to have them replaced! When our living room had the flood and mold they wouldn't even move us to a clean apartment. They wanted to charge us more.
December 24, 2013
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