Have you ever wanted to live near the hustle and bustle of downtown without sacrificing space and amenities? Meet The Flats at 345: This all-new, four-story apartment building in downtown Lexington rivals what you’d find out in the suburbs. Living at The Flats means being just steps away from The Legacy Trail, the home of the University of Kentucky Wildcats, local breweries, unique eateries, and more.
This luxury apartment complex has something for everyone with one and two bedroom apartments, plus larger corner apartments. Even better? It’s pet friendly . Pet parents can have up to two pets (50 pounds or less each) in their apartments for a one-time fee, plus a monthly $20 fee. While pet lovers will appreciate the outdoor dog run and the paw spa where they can bathe their furry friends, coffee connoisseurs will enjoy complimentary brews at the coffee bar located in the building’s lobby.
Other building amenities include a club room, which residents are able to rent out for events, an outdoor entertainment area with a fire pit and gas grill, a fitness center with plenty of equipment and TVs for entertainment, and a 24-hour package locker system to keep any deliveries safe. Each apartment also boasts stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in the kitchen, plus a washer and dryer, walk-in closets, and operable windows.
The building is located in an up-and-coming, vibrant neighborhood that’s home to plenty of places to eat, drink, and play . Students can walk to their classes at Transylvania while residents who work outside of the downtown area can drive their cars (there’s a free parking lot!). In addition to being located in a safe area, the building has controlled access. Residents enter the building using electronic fobs and have keys to unlock their individual apartments.
Do you think The Flats at 345 could be your new home in downtown Lexington? Fill out an application today to learn more.
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