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Proudly affiliated with The University of South Florida, The Venue at North Campus provides a superior experience for USF Students!
Under new management, and newly renovated, our community provides the ultimate experience in student-housing. From modern studios to five-bedroom townhomes, all apartment homes are fully-furnished and all-inclusive. Newly renovated amenities include: TWO gyms, with brand new cardio and strength equipment, Starbucks Coffee bar, 2 electric bikes, private study rooms, computer lab with free printing, TWO pools, lifestyle courtyards, dog park and more!
As an official USF Affiliate, we proudly serve the Bulls community, and are within walking distance to the beautiful USF campus and brand new USF Publix Shopping Center!
Beyond the lifestyle offered here at The Venue at North Campus, we take pride in our superior resident services with an above and beyond attitude. We are the best community, with the best rate in town. We are proud to be a part of your college experience. Go Bulls!
My experience here has been a nightmare. 90% due to management 10% due to partying. The management has absolutely no concern for their residents. They will ignore any issues you have if it is an inconvenience for them. As soon as new residents move in, their only concern is finding new residents for the next year. They spend our rent money on giving away free things such as cruises and up to $200 gift cards to potential future residents rather than using it on amenities current residents could enjoy. If you have an issue with something in your apartment, including maintenance requests, they will do nothing to fix it. There are parties basically 24/7 which results in constant noise (music, screaming, the sound of someone vomiting), the smell of marijuana through the halls, glass bottles broken all over the floors, vomit in your walking path, urine in the staircases, the pool frequently being closed, and absolutely no peace. The staff does nothing to clean up these messes or prevent the nuisance from happening. There is also dog poop and urine filling the halls and grounds of Venue. If you walk outside you have a 99% chance of stepping in this. It is almost impossible for visitors to find parking spaces. It is also very difficult to invite guests over. Due to the recent gate code change, guests must wait in the front area until a resident goes through the gate and follow them in while the gate is still open. The call box is very faulty and unreliable. It is very easy for random people to find a way inside the building because only half the doors lock, but guests trying to meet up with friends or family who live here have much difficulty finding a way inside. Walking or biking to or from the complex is frightening since there is no walk way and you must walk through the car lanes. There is a giant bush on the corner, so cars can't see bikes turning in. Elevators constantly malfunction leaving many residents stuck inside. Venue staff has blamed this on “vandalism of non-residents” when in actuality it is due to the fact that when they break they only fix them temporarily instead of working hard on it once to fix them permanently. The rent is extremely overpriced for what you get. Paying for a “larger” sized apartment is ridiculous. Although the living room and balcony may be slightly larger, the bedrooms, closets, and bathrooms are much smaller. Since they are trying to be Eco-friendly, everything is low-effieciency, such as the water flow, low capacity washer and dryer and light bulbs (which they make you buy if yours burn out which are $8 each). You could get much more for your money at pretty much any other complex in the city. A lot of other apartments cost much less for much more than what you receive here. If you already signed your lease here (most likely due to the free gifts that current residents payed for) i strongly suggest subleasing.
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