526 N Prow Ave

526 N Prow Ave Bloomington, IN 47408 USA

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DETAILS

Listing Id: 37483
Campus Name: Indiana University
Price From: $Ask-0
Bedrooms: 1-1
Bathrooms: 1-1
Property Type: Apartment Building

Units

NAME BED BATH RENT SQ FT AVAILABLE
1 1 0 0000-00-00

Description

Open concept 1 bedroom apartments centrally located at 526 N Prow. Updated and versatile, these 1 bedroom apartments are within easy walking distance to the Kelly School of Business and Kirkwood Ave. N. Prow is just steps away from all the action!

Our 4 apartments at 526 N. Prow feature high ceilings, lots of storage and in-unit washer and dryer, plus a large bathroom with shower/tub. They also feature an open concept that can be arranged to support your lifestyle, perfect for entertaining or studying! Each unit also has a efficient kitchen with plenty of storage.

526 N. Prow is located a short walk away from Revolution Bike & Bean. You can have you bike fixed, all while you sip a cup of fresh handcrafted coffee or espresso! The beans are locally roasted by Needmore Coffee Roasters, which is one of our favs! N. Prow is also close to the Bloomington Bagel Company, and only a short walk to the diverse selection of cuisine on 4th street!

With all of the amenities at 526 N. Prow, we know its a property you’ll want to call home! But don’t dally, because these apartments, and their sister ones located just down the street at 500 N. Prow (with a 2 bedroom too!) are some of the first to go each year, if they are even available at all!

Walk Times

Your Commute: 12-minute

526 N Prow Ave located in Bloomington, Indiana, is a great rental option for Indiana University students looking for their next place to call home. This apartment building is a short 12-minute walk to campus . There are 1 bedroom units. If you can see yourself living at 526 N Prow Ave or have questions about the units, reach out to the landlord by contacting them using the form above.
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