I moved here in April 2014 and lived here for a year. The only reason my girlfriend and I moved is to get closer to work. Otherwise we would still be here. The updated apartments were really nice and the amenities were awesome. I really enjoyed the free a/c in the summer and free heat in the winter! The maintenance staff was lightnin
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|Ginko, Fraser, Juniper, and Poplar||1 Bathroom||$963 - $1099||Room Planner||Check Availability|
|Aspen and Oak||1 Bathroom||$1008 - $1362||Room Planner||Check Availability|
|Cypress and Evergreen||2 Bathrooms||$1175 - $1726||Room Planner||Check Availability|
|(4) Big 2BR Layouts||2 Bathrooms||$1404 - $1750||Room Planner||Check Availability|
- Comfortable Spacious Studio, 1 & 2 Floorplans
- Heated Indoor Parking Garage
- In-home Washer and Dryer in Select Homes
- Tanning, Exercise Rooms/Outdoor Pool
- Controlled Access Buildings
- Central Heat & Air Conditioning Included
- Instant Application Approval,Credit Cards accepted
- Bay Windows, Balconies, Large Closets
- Party Rooms, Tennis Courts, Storage Lockers
- On the busline, close to U of M, Hamline, etc.
- Cable/Internet Ready
- Scenic Walking/Bike Paths, 1/2 block to Como Park
- Accepts Credit Card Payments
- Accepts Electronic Payments
- Barbeque Area With Grills
- Controlled Access
- Corporate Housing
- Covered Lot
- Disability Access
- Dog Park
- Electronic Lease Signing
- Fitness Center
- Freeway Access
- Green Space
- Laundry Facility
- Market Rate
- Mid Rise
- Mid Rise
- Online Resident Services
- Planned Social Events
- Public Transportation
- Surface Lot
- Tennis Court
- Air Conditioning
- Alarm System
- Cable or Satellite
- Ceiling Fan
- Extra Storage
- Furnished Available
- Garbage Disposal
- Patio or Balcony
- Tile Floors
- Walk In Closets
- Washer Dryer In Unit
- Window Covering
Apartments in Community: 427
Non-refundable pet fee $400. $30 per month per cat and $50 per month per dog. *Some breed restrictions, no weight limits, call for details.
- All Dogs Allowed
- Cats Allowed
- Large Dogs
- Pets Allowed
- Small Dogs Allowed
I moved here in April 2014 and lived here for a year. The only reason my girlfriend and I moved is to get closer to work. Otherwise we would still be...
My family and I have lived at the Burlington for 3 years. We have a 2 BR 2 bath unit with 1005 sq ft. Pros: Pet friendly, nice big courtyard, pool, well kept grounds, clean interior, big windows, heat and air included, gym and sauna in each building, near bus line, near Como Park, extremely helpful management team, responsive mainten
This is my second time living at The Burlington and I love it! Great amenities (pool, dog park, tennis courts, gyms in every building, heated garages) all for a great price! It's an awesome place to have a dog too- my hyper, social puppy LOVES the off-leash dog park they have. Beyond that the staff are great, 24hr maintence, and the
This is my second time living at The Burlington and I love it! Great amenities (pool, dog park, tennis courts, gyms in every building, heated garages) all for a great price! It's an awesome place to have a dog- my hyper, social puppy LOVES the off-leash dog park they have. Beyond that the staff are great, 24hr maintence, and the offi
On the behalf of the Burlington- I have been reading some of the current posts and with all do respect would like to comment on some of the concerning issues. As the Community Manager for the last 3 years, the first concern I had was the comment about the fire that did indeed damage several homes, This was of no wrong doing of the Bu
Great service, friendly staff, and nice neighbors :)
I've lived here for 2 years now and I love the place. I have had no issues with crime personally and I think no matter where you end up living you will experience some of that regardless because people who seem legit can move in anywhere and cause problems. I live in the back of the 1170 building by the train tracks. The trains were
I've lived at the Burlington's for a year and it was a great experience. It's a well maintained facility, the leasing staff are awesome, and the maintenance team respond within 24 hours or less. Its also in a convenient location as there is a restaurant next door and within 30 minutes you can be pretty much anywhere in the entire met
I lived in one of the newly renovated apartments (finished in mid-2012) for almost a year and LOVED living at the Burlington. My one-bedroom included faux-stainless appliances, dark cabinets, neutral walls, and a great balcony view of Bandana Square (and the Saints fireworks every Friday in the summer!). I was a big fan of the pool,
I've lived at the Burlington for 3.5 years now. I have really enjoyed my time there. The office staff is extremely friendly and helpful in all situations. They are always willing to address ...
One major complaint about this place is the rash of car break-ins (even in the garages!) that have no action taken on them. When you tell management about it, the response is, "There's nothing we ...
One major complaint about this place is the rash of car break-ins (even in the garages!) that have no action taken on them. When you tell management about it, the response is, "There's nothing we can do. Just don't keep anything in sight in your car that someone would want." This is not acceptable. A friend's car got broken into when
Prompt and courteous maintenance and staff!!!
I moved into the Burlington Apartments last fall after looking around at many different options during the summer. When it came down to it, this one was the most appealing out of the acceptable options. I was looking for a building that was well maintained, had nice and sturdy looking decks, had air conditioning available, had a po
I moved into the Burlington Apartments last fall after looking around at many different options during the summer. When it came down to it, this one was the most appealing out of the acceptable options. I was looking for a building that was well maintained, had nice and sturdy looking decks, had air conditioning available, had a pool
I stayed at the Burlington for about 6 months, and I thought that it was a decent place to live. There's nothing special about it. The office staff was very friendly. If you have a dog, expect to be put in the back building that is farthest from everything. Not a whole lot in the way of poop stations. My apartment was ugly. In
My wife and I lived there from 1996-99. Overall not a bad place, but it seemed to depend very much on how much the in-house management liked you. It was reasonably maintained, the car garages were heated (something that's nice to have when its 25 below outside), and pools were clean in summer. Heating is central heating plant st
Yup, these are luxury apartments. And affordable ones at that. However, for about the same space as I had at my last place, I'm having to pay about two hundred more per month. But, it works out in the amenities. Free central air/heat (you do have to pay water/trash/sewer, but it's averaged for the whole complex, very cheap), an outdo
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