|Recommended: YesOPEN THE POOOL. CORONA AINT GOT SHIT ON LA POINTE. Also you can do swim by own risk, which reduces liability. But college students are just ruining the turf by dumping water on themselves rather than swimming.
We're working on it! It should be open soon! :)
|Recommended: NoThere's a 50 monthly utilities charge, add that onto your rent prices. I tried my best to believe they wouldn't act shady, and hide fees. But they did exactly that, and were blatant about it. Is it better than Vista west east Yes the rooms are better. Is it worth it No, rent a house with some people, or live on campus. There is no way you will get your moneys value from this place, or vista, or the god awful riversedge. Out of the 3 apartments this is the least garbage, but the apartment itself is ran by some of the shadiest, and downright immoral people landowners. They'll price gouge students as much as possible. If you own a car, actual rent will be 100 50 listed price . There is a 50 processing fee, a 100 deposit, and a 150 security deposit. You will not see any of these back, they will keep your security deposit no matter what, do not expect it back. The people that run this place unethical. If they were upfront with these costs, maybe they'd be more trustworthy.
Hi Isaac, I'm sorry you feel this way! All of our fees are actually listed on your lease, so you are able to see them before you sign. There are no hidden fees or additional fees outside of what is written on your lease. Utilities are actually $30/month. Additionally, you can absolutely get your security deposit back! It is just depend on the condition of the apartment when you move out. Again, I'm sorry you feel this way! Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns - we are here to help!
|Recommended: YesExcellent. — Excellent place, a bigger GYM would have made this place perfect.
|Recommended: YesGreat curb appeal, well built, clean. — Living here is great, almost feels like you're at a hotel. A few paint chips and holes in the wall but nothing too crazy.
|Recommended: YesLiving at LaPointe - great option — Living at La Pointe has been great I would highly recommend this living arrangement to anyone looking for off-campus housing but within walking distance to campus, etc. The secure entrances and enclosed garage parking were additional selling points. They offer nice amenities gym, pool that many other properties don't. They are responsive to any issues you may have. The office staff is professional and helpful and make the whole renting process easy.
|Recommended: YesWell done — It is a great time and I really enjoyed it
|Recommended: YesThis property is nice but not all services are provided as advertised. — I would tell them that the pool and hot tub is never unlocked and the hot tub does not work. Even after calling the front desk multiple times, pool deck was never unlocked over summer and hot tub was never fixed. Parking is REALLY hard to find and the gym is pretty awful. On a positive note, the courtyard is really nice, maintenance is easy to get a hold of and there are fun events at the front desk.
|Recommended: YesGreat. — Fun place to live if a student.
|Recommended: YesVery fun, inclusive and adventourous — This is a great place to live for a college student, amazing community full of friendly people.
|Recommended: YesGreat place to live for a short period of time. — Has great amenities and what you need while attending school. Very close walking distance to Boise State's Art and Business buildings as well as down town. Can sometimes hear neighbors up late playing music, but turn on a box fan and it blocks out any noise at night. I don't recommend trying to get out of your lease early, it can be a bit of a hassle. It is one of the more pricey options around campus, but has all you could need or want. There are cheaper options around Boise, especially if there are people you could live with. I was a grad student and unfamiliar with the area so my options were limited and LaPointe was a good option.
|Recommended: YesI think this is the perfect place to live for boise state students — Overall, it's a really good space to live in and it's a good apartment complex to meet new people. It is way nicer than some of the other apartments, and even though the rent is higher, you get your moneys worth.
|Recommended: YesPricey — There are many extra charges on top of what we already pay. It is so expensive for what we are getting
|Recommended: YesLIT, POPS OFF ON THE WEEKENDS — It gets lit af, live here.
|Recommended: YesOk — It’s a nice building but the hallways are always dirty and stinky.
|Recommended: YesPretty Solid — I just want to say that the walls to the hallways are paper thin, so you hear practically everything. We got a knock on our door from a security guard to be more quite when the only thing we were doing was watching a show at 12 volume on our living room tv. I get that we need to be more quite after midnight and school nights but I think if someone has a problem with the noise, they should just come talk to us personally and we should get more slack on the noise because the walls don't block out anything