With gallery: A glimpse at luxury student living inside downtown Ann Arbor's Zaragon West
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Stunning views of downtown Ann Arbor. Flat-screen HDTV’s mounted to your wall. A state-of-the-art fitness center and on-site parking.
These are just some of the perks of living at Zaragon West, one of downtown Ann Arbor’s newest student high-rise developments.
As the first tenants prepare to move in to the 14-story, 200-bed high-rise on Monday, AnnArbor.com was offered a first glimpse inside the building, which is located on the southeast corner of Thompson and William streets.
From the fitness center located on the first-floor, to the in-room washers and dryers, Zaragon West is a far cry from the more traditional student housing near downtown.
But these amenities — and the convenient location — don’t come without a cost. Rents at Zaragon West range from $1,175 to $1,650 per bed per month.
Developer Rick Perlman of Chicago-based Zaragon Inc. said both Zaragon West and its sister property, Zaragon Place on East University Avenue, are nearly 100 percent leased for fall 2012.