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5 new living spaces will be available to students in August

Thursday, August 15, 2013 | 6:00 a.m. CDT; updated 9:27 a.m. CDT, Thursday, August 15, 2013

COLUMBIA — Opening in August, five new living spaces will be available for students.

1. This fall, the Brookside development team will open two new downtown buildings  at 1118 and 1102 Locust St., and Brookside on College will open at 1224 E. Walnut St. The two- and four- bedroom apartments will open in August.

BY THE NUMBERS

The Lofts on Ninth Street

56 two-bedroom apartments

8 one-bedroom apartments

120 residents

612 square feet in the smallest apartment

1,100 square feet in the largest apartment

Brookside on College

7 styles of units  (two- or four-bedroom)

1,113 is the smallest square footage for a two-bedroom apartment (1,113 square feet to 1,517 square feet)

1,771 is largest square footage for a four-bedroom apartment (1,472 square feet to 1,771 square feet)

The Domain at Columbia

654 units (all rented for the coming year)

432 square feet for smallest one-bedroom studio  (432-square-foot to 617-square-foot plans)

858 square feet for the smallest two-bedroom plan (858-square-foot to 995-square-foot plans)

1,518 square feet for the smallest four-bedroom flat (1,518-square-foot flat and 1,602-square-foot townhome)

1 mile to campus

Aspen Heights

314 units

972 residents

9 locations in the United States, most in SEC college towns


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Utility and furnishing packages are available for Brookside apartments, and rent starts at $569 for Brookside on College and $649 for Brookside Downtown, according to MU's Off-Campus Living guide.

Call 815-7457 for more information.

2. The Lofts at 308 Ninth has been under construction across from the Reynolds Journalism Institute for the past year. The apartments are slated to open in August with one- and two-bedroom apartments starting at $699, according to MU's Off-Campus Living guide.

A 50-inch flat screen TV and Jacuzzi tub in a private bathroom are among some of the amenities in the Lofts. Utilities are paid separately and apartments are not furnished, according to the website.

Call 443-4521 for more information.

3. The Domain at Columbia will house about 654 residents at 3100 E. Stadium Blvd. (Stadium and U.S. 63 South). The furnished apartments start in the lower $600s with utilities included.

The apartments have stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and walk-in closets. A swimming pool, volleyball court and clubhouse are additional features for the new complex.

However, all one-, two- and four- bedroom apartments, which have an equivalent number of baths, are fully booked for the upcoming school year.

Call 214-2323 for updates.

4. Aspen Heights, 3600 Aspen Heights Parkway, is one of the farthest new apartment complexes from MU. Two- to four- bedroom cottages and row homes are available, starting at $559.

The 315 units will house about 972 residents this August, Aspen Heights' Director of Public Information Stuart Watkins said. Water and electricity bills are paid separately, but cable, Internet and trash are included in the monthly rent. Furnishings also are not included, though they are available for about $25 per month, Watkins said.

Call 888-606-6924 ext. 7 for more information.

Supervising editor is Jeanne Abbott.


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