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56 E Green

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Champaign, IL

3.9 10 reviews
Updated 18 days ago
$2,995
5 Bed
3 Bath
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Walk Score®
94
Walker's Paradise
Transit Score®
61
Good Transit
Bike Score®
91
Biker's Paradise
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5 Beds • 3 Bath
$2,995
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Amenities
In-unit Laundry
Refrigerator
Internet Included
Hardwood Floors
Microwave
Student
Range / Oven
Dishwasher
24-hour Maintenance
Fees & leasing info
Parking
Off-street Parking
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Description

This fully furnished 1 1/2 bathroom home features a large porch, hardwood oak flooring, dishwasher, and washer/dryer. Parking is available behind the building. We have a courteous and professional staff that includes 24-hour emergency maintenance. Please call, email, or stop by the office for more

Additional Details
Total Unit Count: 1
Last Updated: 18 days ago
Contact Number: (217) 328-3770
Emergency Services
Name Type Distance
Osf Healthcare System Heart Of Mary Medical Center Hospital 0.83 miles
The Pavilion Foundation Hospital 1.08 miles
The Carle Foundation Hospital Hospital 1.36 miles
Campustown Rentals Fire Station 0.3 miles
Midtown Fire Station 0.36 miles
Downtown Fire Station 0.46 miles
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
No. This property is not currently accepting new tenants.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
The property manager did not submit a pet policy with this listing.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 56 E Green in Champaign, IL. It's 0.0 miles northeast from the center of Champaign.
Reviews
By Kermit V. Brookins, July 01, 2017
I live in bankier's apt for over three years, and I would like to give a fair review for other UI students. Pro: Location Location Location!: most of their apts locate in the center of Champaign downtown, which is extremely convenient for students work in lab till late night and need food around. Payment option: This company accept check/online bank transfer/ credit card to pay rent, which is convenient. Space: Their room tend to be larger than market average. Rooms available even if you apply late: Better apts generally runs out pretty quick, Hot apts could get out of space for next two to three years! Con: Obsolete building: Most of their building were really old. They do maintenance, but problems still occur frequently. For example, water heater in upper unit exploded and huge amount of water flood my belongings. You will need to take all these losses by yourself without renter's insurance. (generally cost +$100/Mo.) Heating/Cooling cost is high due to lack of Insulation. Noise: If you live in their old building, then you will hear every single detail of what your neighbor does. Such as they fart in toilet, close the door, make Love, say something to themselves, & etc... Overpriced: Bankier's apts generally tend to give slightly higher price compare to others. If your budget is tight, then choice other apts. Landlord entre your room frequently: Urbana city require landlord give notice at least one day before they enter your room. However, Champaign does not have such law. Although most of the time, landlord will knock the door before they open your door. There are several times that staff open my door without any notice. Live in Urbana if you really care about privacy. Overcharging: It is quite often that they charge you for problem that exist when you move in. They refuse to fix those problem and then charge $$$$ for that when you move out. The company also refuse renter to steam clean the carpet by themselves. (If you do so they still charge you carpet clean fee) Therefore, you will have hundreds more bill when moving out compare to other companies. MAKE SURE YOU TAKE PHOTO OF EVERYTHING WHEN YOU MOVE IN&OUT!!! PHOTOCOPY THE CONDITION LIST SHEET before you turn it in. Dishonesty: Their mouths were full of lies toward international student, and I am not the only victim of their lie. It's quite often that they lie about condition of apts when they *talk* about the room. So you must VISIT THE EXACT ROOM YOU WILL LIVE IN BEFORE YOU SIGN THE LEASE. Misleading information include mail/package/parking. Take your time read the lease documents! Again, you must visit the exact room! PS: all these cons were true for old apts, if you live in their new building (e.g. Skyline Tower), then the only problem is overprice. In summary: Live in Bankier's old build will give you an average to below average experience. (3 to 2 star) Their new building should give you a good to excellent experience. (4 to 5 star). Others: C-U area generally tend to be very safe (compare to Chicago downtown, & etc...), and this area does not have bed bug problem too. Most of apts are roach free (or the pest control work really well). Most of downtown apts are furnished with acceptable price. TAKE THE COURSE GIVEN BY UOFI TENANT UNION BEFORE YOU MAKE DECISION!!!

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By Kermit V. Brookins, March 24, 2017
I live in bankier's apt (56 E green) for over three years, and I would like to give a fair review for other UI students. Pro: Location Location Location: most of their apts locate in the center of Champaign downtown, which is extremely convenient for students work in lab till late night and need food around. Payment option: This company accept check/online bank transfer/ credit card to pay rent, which is convenient. Space: Their room tend to be larger than market average. Rooms available even if you apply late: Better apts generally runs out pretty quick, Hot apts could get out of space for next two to three years! Con: Obsolete building: Most of their building were really old. They do maintenance, but problems still occur frequently. For example, water heater in upper unit exploded and huge amount of water flood my belongings. You will need to take all these losses by yourself without renter's insurance. (generally cost +$100.) Heating/Cooling cost is high due to lack of Insulation. Noise: If you live in their old building, then you will hear every single detail of what your neighbor does. Such as they fart in toilet, close the door, make Love, say something to themselves, & etc... Overpriced: Bankier's apts generally then to give slightly higher price compare to others. If your budget is tight, then choice other apts. Landlord entre your room frequently: Urbana city require landlord give notice at least one day before they enter your room. However, Champaign does not have such law. Although most of the time, landlord will knock the door before they open your door. There are several times that staff open my door without any notice. Live in Urbana if you really care about privacy. Overcharging: It is quite often that they charge you for problem that exist when you move in. They refuse to fix those problem and then charge you for that when you move out. The company also refuse renter to steam clean the carpet by themselves. (If you do so they still charge you carpet clean fee) Therefore, you will have hundreds more bill when moving out compare to other companies. MAKE SURE YOU TAKE PHOTO OF EVERYTHING WHEN YOU MOVE IN!!! COPY THE CONDITION LIST SHEET before you turn it in. Dishonesty: Their mouths were full of lies toward international student, and I am not the only victim of their lie. It's quite often that they lie about condition of apts when they *talk* about the room. So you must VISIT THE EXACT ROOM YOU WILL LIVE IN BEFORE YOU SIGN THE LEASE. Misleading information include mail/package/parking. Take your time read the lease documents! Again, you must visit the exact room! PS: all these cons were true for old apts, if you live in their new building (e.g. Skyline Tower), then the only problem is overprice. In summary: Live in Bankier's old build will give you an average to below average experience. (3 to 2 star) Their new building should give you a good to excellent experience. (4 to 5 star). Others: C-U area generally tend to be very safe (compare to Chicago downtown, & etc...), and this area does not have bed bug problem too. Most of apts does not have cockroach (or the pest control work really well). Most of downtown apts are furnished with acceptable price. TAKE THE COURSE GIVEN BY UOFI TENANT UNION BEFORE YOU MAKE DECISION!!!

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By Kareem Jay, February 23, 2017
I've been living in their 519 green st apartments for 3 years and couldn't have asked for anything more. The building is regularly cleaned and maintained with no issues at all. Excellent staff who are always ready to help. Highly recommended.

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By Rachel Chen, January 25, 2017
I appreciate the owner of Bankier reaching out to apologize for my negative experience at the office albeit 3 months after the incident. I was told the employee was reprimanded for her actions. I have yet to go back to the office, but I hope it will be a pleasant encounter.

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By Andrew Redmon, December 15, 2016
I have been a tenant of Bankier three times. Two as a residential tenant, and once as a commercial tenant. Both times I have been highly satisfied. Every maintenance issue I have had has been handled quickly and effectively. I find the management to be very fair too. They are reasonable people, and are genuinely interested interested in having happy tenants and retaining them. Recently a contractor broke a water pipe in our building which caused substantial damage to our business. Bankier went above and beyond and made an apartment available to us that day in the same building. We were able to continue to operate our business while repairs were being made and did not have to turn away any business. If that isn't top notch customer service I don't know what is! I would highly advise anyone who has a problem to actually call in and talk to someone. I think you will find that your experience will be the same as mine has been. Being reasonable and friendly goes a long way these day. :)

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By Rodney Camper, December 06, 2016
After living on campus for around 6 years, I've dealt with multiple apartment management companies and have found Bankier to be the easiest to work with. The staff, specifically Jackie, went above and beyond in service and accommodation in helping me to find the apartment I wanted in a very timely manner. I appreciate the ease of communication with the office, and have found them to be receptive and responsive to my requests. The apartment was cleaned thoroughly prior to move in, and when I noticed the washer was broken upon my first use, it was immediately replaced. Very easy to deal with. Overall I find Bankier to be a solid company to rent fron. I would be likely to recommend their properties to a friend.

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By Annmarie Chizewski, November 30, 2016
The bankier staff goes above and beyond to accommodate their tenants needs. I have always felt welcome when I come into the office and the staff is always extremely kind and friendly. My building is mopped and cleaned regularly and the maintenance staff is always speedy and efficient when responding to requests. I strongly encourage you to consider Bankier for your next apartment. I have been extremely pleased with the staff and company and cannot say enough good things about this staff!

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By Markus White, November 30, 2016
Great living experience with Bankier. Really liked the apartment and the price. The office staff has always been really friendly. Maintenance is quick and super cool.

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By Caden Engel, November 17, 2016
Note: this is an edited review I'm updating my review after being contacted by the general manager of Bankier. I originally had a few issues with the appliances and I felt that the rates were not very competitive for the area. The management seems to be going to lengths to fix the issues I had; the customer service is great, much better than many of the plastic reps other companies have.

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Rent report
Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Champaign Average
Studio $1,067 $1.40 $3,200
1BR $852 $1.50 $2,557
2BR $1,066 $1.20 $3,198
3BR $1,148 $1.10 $3,443
4BR $1,150 $1.00 $3,449

Availability in Champaign

In order to find the best deal, you need to know what types of units are available. Property managers may be willing to give concessions if they have many vacant units.

There are currently 431 2BR units on the market in Champaign. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Champaign
Studio 73
1BR 271
2BR 431
3BR 183
4BR 234
Property manager information
Bankier Apartments
Location
Nearby College
Campus Buildings and Attractions
Distance Walking Biking Driving
Engineering Quadrangle 0.8 mi 15 min 6 min 2 min
Illini Union 0.8 mi 15 min 6 min 3 min
Main Library 0.9 mi 18 min 6 min 2 min
State Farm Center 1.1 mi 22 min 8 min 3 min
Campus Recreation Center 1.3 mi 25 min 8 min 4 min
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