Tech Park Apartments

619 North Morton Street Bloomington, IN 47404 USA



Listing Id: 21081
Campus Name: Indiana University
Price From: $1099-1350
Bedrooms: 0-1
Bathrooms: 1-1
Property Type: Apartment Building


S1 Studio 1 0 488 2021-08-01
S2 Studio 1 1099-1099 487 2020-06-12
S2B Studio 1 1105-1105 492 2020-07-16
S3 Studio 1 1320-1320 646 2020-07-24
A1 1 1 1350-1350 646 2020-06-17

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New for July 2018 Now LeasingTech Park Apartments is a boutique building adjacent to the City of Bloomingtons Trades District and B-Line Trail. All apartments have a very sleek modern style, with some plans featuring balconies and/or eat-at kitchen bars. Tech Park is pet-friendly (1 pet per apartment) allowing a cat or a small dog. Apartments are fully applianced with electric range, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave-hood and washer/dryer. Tech Park Apartments is a controlled-access building with state-of-the-art video security system. This building is a part of the Tenth & College Campus located on the near northwest side of downtown Bloomington and blocks from the Indiana University campus. Nearby downtown businesses include Kilroys, Scottys, Brothers Bar and Grill, Showers Plaza and Indiana University.As part of the Tenth & College Campus, Tech Park residents enjoy a fitness center with professional-grade equipment, clubhouse, 24/7 study hall, heated pool, personal service and concierge package service.

Walk Times

Your Commute: 21-minute

Tech Park Apartments 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 21-minute walk to campus . There are 1 bedroom units. If you can see yourself living at Tech Park Apartments or have questions about the units, reach out to the landlord by contacting them using the form above, or by calling them at (812) 727-3859.

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