What is Euclid3?
Euclid3 is a community of 3 unique buildings between East 115th and East 116th Street offering 28 different 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms floor plans. Each building has its own address and unique offerings best compared on the table HERE and all offer all-inclusive rates!
Why should I live at Euclid3?
There are many reasons, but a few stand out:
- It’s a brand new (Buildings 1 & 3), academically-focused student community
- It’s located in a fantastic location – a short and convenient walk to class, the bustling local business district, and the best neighborhood hotspots
- All apartments are fully furnished
- Your rent includes everything – there are no extra bills for utilities, internet, etc.
What is included in my Euclid3 rent check?
Your rent covers:
- Furniture: living room, dining room, and bedroom furniture, including desk, desk chair, dresser, and full-size or twin-size bed
- Appliances: onsite or in-suite washer/dryer, refrigerator, stove and microwave
- Utilities: Internet, water, heat, electricity, and central air-conditioning
Why are prices displayed per bedroom?
Rents are quoted for individual leases, per bedroom. When a new tenant signs a lease, that tenant is responsible for their payment only; there is no liability for the other bedrooms in the apartment.
What lease terms do you offer?
Euclid3 offers 12-month leases that run concurrent with the academic calendars of the various institutions in University Circle. Therefore, based on availability, most leases begin in August. If rooms and/or apartments are available mid-term, then shorter leases may be offered. Regardless of the date that the lease begins, all leases expire in July.
How do I apply to live at Euclid3?
You must complete an online application and pay a $50 application fee. Once your application is approved and space is available, Euclid3 will send you leasing materials based on availability. The lease paperwork must be returned by the deadline given in order to guarantee your housing. Euclid3 management may notify you that your housing offer is cancelled and re-offer space to another applicant if lease materials are not submitted by the deadline.
Is there an application fee?
Yes. A $50 application fee is due when your application is submitted online.
What deposits are required?
A deposit equal to one month of rent is required in order to reserve an apartment. If the resident fails to make payments on the apartment, the guarantor will be responsible to provide those payments. Deposits will be refunded after final inspections are completed with no damages to apartment or furnishings.
A guarantor must meet the following criteria: be 27 years of age or older, provide a US Social Security number, have good credit standing with a 600+ credit score, and gross 3 times the rental amount monthly.
How are rooms assigned at Euclid3?
Euclid3 was built to meet the needs of undergraduate and graduate students, and professionals working in the area. To support an academically-focused environment, a priority system has been created.
One-bedroom units will be leased on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Groups of eligible applicants who have decided to live together in one apartment will have priority for larger units. For example, a group of four applicants will have priority for renting a four-room suite over a single applicant. Similarly, priority for two-bedroom units will go to applicants who apply together.
It is not necessary to lease the apartment with other roommates. For single applicants who wish to live in a two- or four-bedroom apartment, roommate matching forms will be completed at the time of application. Our roommate-matching questionnaire is used to help best place each resident with another person who shares interests and living preferences.
All rentals are contingent upon background and credit check approvals.
Is renter's insurance required?
Renter’s insurance is highly recommended but not required.
When is rent due?
Rent is due on the 1st of each month, including August for lease start date. Online rental payments through the resident portal are available once the tenant has moved in and the setup information has been supplied to the resident from the office staff. All first month rent payments and/or deposits must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order.
Can I live with friends of the opposite gender?
Gender-inclusive housing is offered, but is not guaranteed unless you can fill an entire apartment.
Are pets allowed?
Euclid3 does not accept pets. Please call for further details.
Can I use my financial aid to pay my rent?
If a resident has documentation of an overage in their financial aid, they may defer some or all of their rent in anticipation of that refund. Details about deferring part of the rent payment in anticipation of a financial aid refund will be provided prior to your move-in.
For undergraduate students, living off campus will change the budget used to calculate your financial aid package. If you are receiving any grant money in your package, living off campus could affect the amount you receive. Check with the Office of Financial Aid before requesting a release. Financial aid for graduate students living off campus should not be affected.
Is financial assistance offered?
Greater Circle Living offers a rental assistance program for employees of Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, and Case Western Reserve University. Learn more here.
Where can I park?
Parking can be arranged with multiple entities in the University Circle Area. Please check out the list below for options:
- Case Western Reserve Parking – https://case.edu/parking/permits/parking-permit-types
- University Circle Inc. – 216-791-3900 (ask for Chandler Everett)
- University Circle Website – http://www.universitycircle.ord/visit/getting-around-parking
What is the difference between a 12 month and a 10 month lease?
First, the length of the lease is shorter by 2 monthly payments, June and July. These leases are offered as an option to renters who will not need to utilize the apartment during the summer months typically due to reasons related to employment, internships or familial obligations. Instead of the annual value of the bed space being divided into 12 equal payments, it is divided into 10. This offering is typically less expensive than traditional “short term leases” which often include a substantial monthly premium in addition to the standard monthly rental payment. Choosing a 10-month lease allows for the renter to be absolved of the responsibility of 1. Identifying a person to reassign (sublease) their bed space and 2. Paying the $300 reassignment fee.
10-month leases are offered at the discretion of Management. Please inquire about availability with the leasing staff.