This weekend the University of Cincinnati conducted ceremonies for its largest graduating class ever, handing out 6,381 degrees to 6,272 students, The enrollment numbers are also breaking records: 43.000 breaks the previous record of 42,421. Add to that a record number of incoming freshmen (6,450) and incoming international undergraduates (over 1,000 slated), and you can see that UC is thriving. According to the UC New Record, “Increased enrollment could tax the university’s housing capacity, which can shelter 4,676 students this fall.”
That’s where Gaslight Property comes in. After all, Gaslight Property won the 2014 UC News Record’s “Best of UC” poll for Best Rental Property. There’s a reason we deserved to win the “Best of” contest—or several reasons, actually. Gaslight Property has a huge and varied selection of apartments available for rent in neighborhoods close to the University of Cincinnati, and we have a long history of renting to both undergraduate and graduate UC students. If you’re interesting in looking at some apartments, call Gaslight Property at 513.861.6000. We won that poll because we offer:
- Classic Spaces: Like most cities, Cincinnati has its share of prefab apartment complexes, but Gaslight Property rents apartments with history and character.
- Experience: Gaslight Property is a family-owned business that’s been part of Clifton for decades.
- Accessibility: Gaslight Property’s office is in the heart of Clifton’s Gaslight District, within walking distance (or a short drive) for many of their tenants, so you can talk to us person to person.
- Location: Most of Gaslight Property’s rentals are located in or near “The Uptown Area,” known for world-class education and healthcare. Within minutes you’ll find University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Cincinnati State, Hebrew Union College, University Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital. You’ll find many of Gaslight Property’s places are pet-friendly, within walking distance of unique shops, locally-owned cafes, an independent theater, and scenic parks. Most also have close access to public transportation.