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4140 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012

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$1,515 - $2,625
πŸ›Œ  1-2
πŸ›  1-2
πŸŽ“   8.8mi to ASU

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πŸŽ“  Miles to ASU

About The Station on Central

Located in the heart of Phoenix, The Station On Central boasts intriguing options and amenities, all part of a new level of urban luxury. Our unique renovated floor plans feature gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances and brushed nickel finishes, crown molding, ceilings fans and wonderful views. Other amenities include dual sinks in kitchen and bath, large, private patios and balconies, walk in closets, and full size washers and dryers. Our community amenities include two resort style swimming pools, fire pit lounge, upgraded resident clubhouse with flat screen television and billiards, and a 24 hour fitness center. If you are in search of the perfect location and unbeatable lifestyle, contact our office today to schedule a tour!

Location Details

πŸ“ 4140 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012

πŸŽ“ 8.8mi

Distance to ASU

πŸšΆβ€οΈ 30+min

EST. Walk to ASU

🚲 26min

Est. Bike ride to ASU

πŸš— 18min

Est. Drive to ASU

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 - 57/100 ORA ™ Score

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Current Resident

Don't live here (the station on central in Phoenix). The front office, Daisy, is one of the least knowledgeable individuals I have ever met. I have lived here for 13 months now, been a great tenant. I got the renters insurance through their preferred vendor, ePremium, to avoid a security deposit. Well, my credit card expired and the email they sent saying payment didn't go through for the second year went to my spam box. I recognized the issue on 8/30, paid, it processed on 9/1. They charged me $100 dollars for TWO months of no insurance even though the lapse was less than 3 weeks and was rectified at the first knowledge of the issue. "If we did it for you then we'd have to do it for everyone." Daisy had the gall to tell me that's how fair housing laws work. Literally misquoting the law, to a law student, to justify herself. Then, when I said "why do I feel like this is just because you didn't like the way I worded my emails to you." She essentially acknowledged that was the case, so to add these office managers are vindictive. I'm a law student, living budgeted, and while I'm lucky to have parents who can supplement me, it shouldn't be the norm to have a tenant explain an extenuating circumstance to you to just then disregard and blame them! I can understand the $50 dollar charge for august, while it's bogus still, I can get that I signed an addendum saying it was their right to do so. But to charge me for two months because they lacked the ability, no the competence, to see that the coverage was paid for before the next month began is a total slap in the face. Save yourself the trouble of having people making 35k dance for the corporation that turns them over more than I care to count. This is the like 3rd or fourth different person I've worked with here, so the fact that the little power they have to exercise over others is in this context says something of the types of people this company hires to run their property. Do better MAXX, hire people who care about the people they manage and find it within yourself to recognize the difference between negligent payment avoidance and a plain error that was quickly and competently taken care of. ...

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