Student Life in Off-Campus Housing Directly Across from GVSU

Splash Bash 2019

This past week Meadows Crossing hosted Welcome Week for our residents. The GVSU fall semester begins this week, and our residents will soon be in the full swing of studying, going to classes, working, and getting otherwise involved in college life. So it was good to take time to have fun and socialize with the many great people who live in our apartment complex.
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If you’re new to off-campus living near GVSU, you may not realize that when it comes to parking, not all apartment complexes are created equal. At Meadows Crossing we made abundant parking a priority when we designed and built our complex, and our residents benefit from those choices every day. In our complex, parking is plentiful and conveniently located, and it always will be. 

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The biggest advantage that Meadows Crossing’s townhomes have within the competitive off-campus apartment market near GVSU is their design. We built our townhomes with the comfort, safety, and privacy of our students in mind. The features we included in our townhomes continue every year to provide students with a shelter against the stress and pressure of college. Their bedrooms are a place where they can study, rest, relax, socialize, and be themselves. Additionally, we offer a unique option in one of our townhome styles: a first-floor bedroom.
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bathroom

If you are a college student and have never lived in an apartment before, it can be hard to know ahead of time what will be important or even crucial to a good living experience. Access to privacy is one thing most of Meadows Crossing’s residents will recommend about living in our townhomes. Another is the bathrooms. We offer an important bathroom advantage: our townhome units have bathrooms that are private to each bedroom as well as a half bathroom for our residents and their guests to use communally.

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subleasing

Life throws everyone curve balls sometimes. At Meadows Crossing we know that our residents have events change their lives in unexpected ways. Sometimes what they expected to do or study in college changes once they’ve explored their options a little more. Sometimes they decide not to continue on with their education. Occasionally other family or life issues come up. Life or education changes have ripple effects in terms of their careers and their current living arrangements, including the need to make arrangements to get out of a lease or sublet a room in order to move on to the next step. When our residents’ lives change, Meadows Crossing’s management tries to be as accommodating as possible in helping our residents to arrange subleasing, lease assignments or lease terminations.

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