College Towne East

4915 Belle Chase Blvd Lansing, MI 48910 USA



Listing Id: 8771
Campus Name: Michigan State University
Price From: $350-560
Bedrooms: 3-4
Bathrooms: 2-3
Property Type: Apartment Building


The Varsity 3 3 455-560 1300 0000-00-00
The Final Four 4 2 350-465 1400 0000-00-00
The Quad 4 3 390-485 1500 0000-00-00

Parking Features

Parking Type Number Available Price Price Type
Carport 0 Call For Price Monthly



  • Laundry in unit
  • Carport Parking
  • Pets welcome! 
  • Water is included in the rent

College Towne Apartments in Lansing, Michigan are near Michigan State University and feature 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments for rent that are furnished or unfurnished with FREE heat, cable and internet in select apartments. Our apartments have unique features and amenities such as upgraded interiors, in-home washer and dryers, resort style pools, volleyball court and fitness studio with FREE tanning. When taking a break from work or study, join one of our planned activities or play and relax at our social club, THE SPOT which has a fitness studio, locker rooms with sauna, resort pool, hot tub, pool table, theater, and social lounge. Our community offers easy access to MSU Campus, Cooley Law School, Lansing Community College, Baker College, Douglas J Aveda Institute, Excel Cosmetology, Downtown Lansing, East Lansing, Spartan Stadium, I-496, US 127 and four CATA Bus route stops.


Walk Times

Your Commute: 30+ minute

4915 Belle Chase Blvd located in East Lansing, Michigan, is a great rental option for Michigan State University students looking for their next place to call home. This apartment building is a short 30+ minute walk to campus and has features like: air conditioning, furnished packages available , oven. There are 4 bedroom units. If you can see yourself living at 4915 Belle Chase Blvd or have questions about the units, reach out to the landlord by contacting them using the form above, or by calling them at (517) 200-3262.

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