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Posted: May 19 2006, 12:21 PM
Member No.: 10
Joined: 19-May 06
I'm going to University of Maryland School of Law in the Fall and trying to get some info on the suites. I live in Atlanta and won't be able to visit before school starts.
Has anyone visited the suites? How was it?
Which is nicer...Tower or Historic?
Is it worth the money?
I find these suites to be very expensive and I would like to be sure it will be worth my money. Also, i just found out that parking is $55.00 per month...WoW
What are your thoughts.....
Posted: May 22 2006, 10:11 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 28-March 06
Glad to hear you chose Maryland Law! Congrats and I look forward to meeting you in the fall!
I'll tell you what I can about University Suites (I'll be living there in a 2-bedroom apartment in the fall) and hopefully it will help some. I haven't visited the Suites yet, but from the outside they certainly look nice. The Historic buildings are in good condition and the grounds look like they are in pretty good shape. It really is basically across the street from the law school. I would imagine the Tower rooms are nicer simply because its a newer building. The Historic buildings circle the Tower around a city block and are shorter, more like townhouses. As far as money is concerned, the other buildings I was looking at in the area wound up being 150-300 dollars more expensive than U. Suites and their parking was more expensive and the rooms did not include utilities (University Suites does, plus you get Maryland network internet). I couldn't tell you if its "worth the money" but it's definitely cheaper than living at the other apartment buildings in the vicinity. It's just expensive because it is right downtown in a major city. When I called them about a month ago, they told me they were "approaching capacity" but I had no problem getting a two-bedroom apartment for the fall. I'd call them as soon as possible so they can send you the whole packet with the housing application so that you can get the process started. Hopefully they'll still have plenty of room and you can get the place that you want. If anyone else has any opinions or ideas, I'm sure they'd be appreciated since I know a lot of people are considering living at University Suites. Anyways, have a great summer Jtrich and good luck on the housing hunt!