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Westside Village To Unveil Renovated West College Apartments

If you still haven’t found somewhere to live for the 2019-2020 school year, you might be feeling a little behind in the housing game, but don’t fret.

Westside Village will hold a St. Patrick’s Day-themed reveal event this week for renovated apartments on West College Ave. If you love to cook or want to give it a shot, you can’t beat these kitchen renovations (shown above).

Stop by 616 West College, Apartment 8 any time from noon to 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 14 or 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, March 15 to get a first look at the new apartments. The company will even provide pizza and other refreshments, and the event includes a drawing for an Amazon gift card.

Nine one- and two-bedroom apartments (including the one in these photos) are still available. Two of these are in the Sanderling Building, which also houses Crunchee Munchees (read: churros all day, every day). The rest are all on the west side of town within walking distance of campus. Westside is also planning a leasing special for anyone who rents an apartment through the event.

To check out this and other available apartments, you can visit the Westside Village website or call 814-234-1707 to schedule a tour.

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