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1180 Cushing Cir St Paul, MN 55108
1180 Cushing CircleUSMinnesotaSaint Paul55108
Apartment BuildingToday 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 5:00 pm
The Burlington Apartments in St. Paul, Minnesota, has spacious studio, one and two-bedroom apartments nestled between Bandana Square and Gabe's by the Park.
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"I really liked the underground parking, that was nice."
"I had to give the apartment 2/5 for its maintenance staff, though."
"The office staff was very friendly."
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Susan McCullough
3 weeks ago
My family and I have lived at the Burlington for 3 years. We have a 2 BR 2 bath unit with 1005 sq ft. Pros: Pet friendly, nice big courtyard, pool, well kept grounds, clean interior, big windows, heat and air included, gym and sauna in each building, near bus line, near Como Park, extremely helpful management team, responsive maintenance team, garage parking optional, all off-street parking. Cons: Dog poo is not always picked up by neighbors, parking can be scarce at night, not a walkable neighborhood to get to a grocery store or coffee shop (though Gabes is next door). All in all, we love living here. We have made some great friends. The community is a mix of all age groups - from college students to families to retirees. Highly recommend it!
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William Kane
3 weeks ago
I moved here in April 2014 and lived here for a year. The only reason my girlfriend and I moved is to get closer to work. Otherwise we would still be here. The updated apartments were really nice and the amenities were awesome. I really enjoyed the free a/c in the summer and free heat in the winter! The maintenance staff was lightning quick and always fixed our issued right away. The place was very dog friendly, with a big off leash dog park and paths through out the complex with doggy bags and trash cans to throw your pets waste into. The staff was awesome and always helped us with anything we needed. We worked a lot with Abby and she was so great! We felt really bad moving out because they were so great! I read a few of the other reviews on the site and I didn't have any of the issues the other people were talking about. I know we were close to train tracks but I don't ever remember being bothered or annoyed by them. Also I never heard noises from other peoples apartments but I was on the top floor. The balcony was an awesome plus. Also the parking fees were pretty small compared to other places so that was nice. We chose the place because it was right outside of Saint Paul and it was perfect for us at the time. I would highly recommend living here!
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12 months ago
Not a good experience: -insist on seeing the actual apt you are interested in renting, do NOT let them show you the model and convince you that it is representative of all the units-it is not! My apt had all original appliances and the bathroom was right out of 1983. -immediately upon moving in, I had to request maintenance; the shower had absolutely no water pressure, when the shower stopper was pulled up, it took a full 30 seconds for water to start spraying out of the shower head!! The dishwasher is useless without decent water pressure and I would assume that the same would be true for a washing machine-the maintenance claimed it was due to a water filter, which was changed, but that did nothing to increase the water pressure. -car break-ins are still occurring on a weekly basis, parking lot or garage parking, and my storage locker and all others in the same area were broken into, the hinges were completely removed from the far as we've been told, none of these incidents has been reported to police. -Lastly, if peace & quiet is on your "must-have" list, keep looking; between the freight trains that pass on a regular basis and the countless dogs barking (inside and outside), you won't have a moments peace! There's got to be something better than this!
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Stefanie Long
5 years ago
I stayed at the Burlington for about 6 months, and I thought that it was a decent place to live. There's nothing special about it. The office staff was very friendly. If you have a dog, expect to be put in the back building that is farthest from everything. Not a whole lot in the way of poop stations. My apartment was ugly. In the living room, there was a huge air exchange panel that was impossible to obscure...extremely unsightly. The apartment was very expensive...I was paying close to $1000 for a one-bedroom with a washer and dryer and a garage space. Unfortunately, the Twin Cities lacks for apartments that allow dogs, and the ones that do are over-priced. I really liked the underground parking, that was nice. The location of the complex was nice...a quick drive to just about anything you might need or want to do. I always felt safe there, and there were no break-ins while I was living there, to my knowledge.
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Alexis Carlson
3 weeks ago
This is my second time living at The Burlington and I love it! Great amenities (pool, dog park, tennis courts, gyms in every building, heated garages) all for a great price! It's an awesome place to have a dog- my hyper, social puppy LOVES the off-leash dog park they have. Beyond that the staff are great, 24hr maintence, and the office is open 7 days a week. Before moving in I did my research on apartments in St Paul and there was nothing that comes close to here. Highly recommend.
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Daniel Burgoyne
7 months ago
I lived here for 2 years and can safely say that this is a terrible establishment. Firstly, they are very expensive. My monthly bill was almost $1800 for a 2 bedroom apartment by the time I moved out after all the fees for the *extras* were added in. Secondly, you need to be careful which unit you get. In my case I had to deal with close to 2 months of construction in my apartment because the walls let rain water in and caused the floor to rot. Finally, they do not care about their tenants. Even though I paid my expensive bill on time every month and caused zero problems what-so-ever they still kept my entire deposit and billed me an extra couple hundred upon move out to replace carpet. As a bonus, a rather loud freight train comes rolling through literally every 15 minutes. Please reconsider where you want to call home.
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Michelle H
11 months ago
This place is loud. No, seriously loud. I can hear my neighbors above me, the washing machines next door, cars driving through the garage, and what seems like every single dog in the complex barking. That doesn't even include the constant construction and yard maintenance around the buildings or the many freight trains that go by.
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Caleb Nicholson
2 years ago
I've lived at the Burlington's for a year and it was a great experience. It's a well maintained facility, the leasing staff are awesome, and the maintenance team respond within 24 hours or less. Its also in a convenient location as there is a restaurant next door and within 30 minutes you can be pretty much anywhere in the entire metro area. I left the Burlington's to study abroad and when I came back they were my first choice for a new apartment. Thankfully they had an opening.
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