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Biocockanics 01-28-2014 09:00 PM

Living in Columbia
 
Question.

My gf of 4 years is moving to zvolumbia for DPT program.

Anyone have lower priced apt input for one female?

Looking athttp://www.edwardrose.com/pms/prop.asp?p=r&propid=100

Luke Skycocker 01-28-2014 09:06 PM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
I've heard that zvolumbia is pretty rough

Metalrush24 01-28-2014 09:14 PM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Luke Skycocker (Post 4073376)
I've heard that zvolumbia is pretty rough

It is.. even the alley cats are packing heat.

garnet_black215 01-28-2014 09:18 PM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
One of my girlfriends best friends lives in an apartment complex behind Target on Garners Ferry. In fact, they're making plans to move in together in the same complex sometime in May. It's either called Hampton Greene or Hampton Courts.

Sir Cuss 01-28-2014 09:55 PM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
You can get a one bedroom at Granby Oaks for around $700/month (next to the BiLo up the street from the baseball stadium). I've heard that the management is lacking in customer service but that, as long as you keep on them about stuff and keep record of your requests/issues, it's a good place.

spareparts 01-28-2014 09:57 PM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
Is this a fwb thread

ccured 01-28-2014 10:14 PM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by garnet_black215 (Post 4073384)
One of my girlfriends best friends lives in an apartment complex behind Target on Garners Ferry. In fact, they're making plans to move in together in the same complex sometime in May. It's either called Hampton Greene or Hampton Courts.

I lived in Hampton Greene for along time like 4 or 5 years. Never had any issues except for the crazy drunk driver that crushed my wife's car and hit like 4 others

ktguen 01-29-2014 02:45 AM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
The Biltmore in Forest Acres is nice. I'm looking to move there if I don't move out of Columbia. It's probably 10 minutes from downtown and it's an indoor "highrise" (so like 8 floors) that's very safe. You need a key or to be buzzed in to enter the building. And what I like most of all, utilities are included in rent. One flat rate each month. And they are still affordable.

FanofCarolina1 01-29-2014 04:39 PM

Re: Living in Columbia
 
how about a homeless shelter or maybe your place?


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