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Willowick Apartments


502 Southwest Pkwy College Station, TX

3.9 37 reviews
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Updated 1 year ago
$659 - $863
1 - 2 Bed
1 - 2 Bath

457 - 863 Sq. Ft.

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Location ratings
Walk Score®
48
Car-Dependent
Bike Score®
68
Bikeable
Floor plans
Beds Rent Sq. Ft. Date Available
Studio $595 457 ft2 Unavailable
Beds Rent Sq. Ft. Date Available
1 $659+ 457 - 553 ft2 Now
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Beds Rent Sq. Ft. Date Available
2 $789 732 ft2 Now
2 $839+ 828 - 863 ft2 Now
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Amenities
On-site Laundry
Washer / Dryer Connections
Fitness Center
Refrigerator
Pool
Walk In Closets
Hardwood Floors
Carpet
Cable-ready
Barbecue
Accepts Credit Cards
Poolside Wi-fi, Ipod Docking Station
Balcony, Deck, Patio
Ceiling Fans
24-hour Maintenance
Online Payments
Dishwasher
Freezer
Bath Tub
Bike Parking
Range / Oven
High-speed Internet
Volleyball Court
Coffee
Virtual Walkthrough
Fees & leasing info
Pets
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Pet Friendly Community
Breed Restrictions: No Aggressive Breeds
Size Restrictions: 35 lbs Maximum
Number Limit: 2 Pets Maximum
Parking
Off-street Parking
Property details
Description

Sophisticated Living in Aggie Land.

Situated a mile from Texas A&M, Willowick’s efficiency, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments set the standard for sophisticated living in College Station. Our luxurious units come with lush carpeting and hardwood style floors, modern kitchen countertops and Juliet balconies – not to mention an expanded cable TV package including HBO.

At Willowick you’ll also find:

2 beautiful pools
Shaded sand volleyball court
An attractive community center with espresso bar and free WiFi
2 BBQ areas
24 Hour Fitness Center with flat panel TV

Willowick Apartments are conveniently located near Northgate, the Texas Avenue shopping
and restaurant district and an array of recreational and entertainment attractions.

Additional Details
Total Unit Count: 325
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Contact Number: (832) 780-4867
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 3 available units at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 3 units vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 457 to 828 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats and dogs.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 and 2 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 and 2 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $659 to $863. Willowick Apartments has 2 bedroom units available starting at $789 and 1 bedroom units available starting at $659.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 502 Southwest Pkwy in College Station, TX. It's 1.9 miles south from the center of College Station.
Reviews
By A Google User, August 18, 2018
I just recently moved into the wick apartments. The staff has been very friendly and helpful. The apartments are nice and affordable. I am happy with my experience so far

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By Jacob Sellers, August 18, 2018
I just recently moved into the wick apartments. The staff has been very friendly and helpful. The apartments are nice and affordable. I am happy with my experience so far

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By A Google User, August 08, 2018
I recently moved in to Willowick, or now called The Wick, and I absolutely love it. I am from out of state and so to find an affordable apartment to live in, I went online and honestly based my decision off of reviews like this. The rent is unbeatable. The property is an older complex, but the interiors have been renovated. When talking to the managers via email, they sent me pictures of what the inside of my actual unit looked like before I moved in since I was unable to come and actually tour the facilities. The pictures were not of a model unit, it was the actual unit Im renting. The staff is great! Very helpful and always answered any question I ever had. After moving in, I had a few things that needed fixing and maintenance came the very next day to fix all of my problems. Pest control is also included which is a plus. Ever since my initial needs, I have had no other needs from maintenance, but I know that if I do, they will come ASAP. I would recommend The Wick to anyone.

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By Hannah White, August 08, 2018
I recently moved in to Willowick, or now called The Wick, and I absolutely love it. I am from out of state and so to find an affordable apartment to live in, I went online and honestly based my decision off of reviews like this. The rent is unbeatable. The property is an older complex, but the interiors have been renovated. When talking to the managers via email, they sent me pictures of what the inside of my actual unit looked like before I moved in since I was unable to come and actually tour the facilities. The pictures were not of a model unit, it was the actual unit Im renting. The staff is great! Very helpful and always answered any question I ever had. After moving in, I had a few things that needed fixing and maintenance came the very next day to fix all of my problems. Pest control is also included which is a plus. Ever since my initial needs, I have had no other needs from maintenance, but I know that if I do, they will come ASAP. I would recommend The Wick to anyone.

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By Dustin Therrien, August 02, 2018
Super friendly staff, and very reasonable prices. My original apartment plans fell through 2 days before I had to move out of my previous housing, and the staff at Willowick got me set up and all moved in within that time period. Will stay here until I graduate.

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By Xilong Zhou, August 01, 2018
that's a good apartment to live. My friend refer me here and he told me that the maintenance is without delay. When I move in this week, I am glad that I have a larger bedroom than before. Gym in the apartment is great and spacious. I will highly recommend this place to my friends!

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By A Google User, August 01, 2018
that's a good apartment to live. My friend refer me here and he told me that the maintenance is without delay. When I move in this week, I am glad that I have a larger bedroom than before. Gym in the apartment is great and spacious. I will highly recommend this place to my friends!

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By Zhenxiong Jiang, August 01, 2018
The personnel here is super helpful and friendly! The inside of the apartment is more than fully functional and looks pretty new. For the price, its one of few best options you can ever get!

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By aziel ticas, July 21, 2018
Just moved in and am over all very surprised and happy with my apartment and the staff is super super nice. maintenance request come in in a timely fashion. This place is awesome overall very excited for the time i will spend here

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By Elissa Rodriguez, July 21, 2018
I lived here for 3 years when I went to Texas A&M, and all three years they were wonderful. First of all, the price is unbeatable! They rent per unit and not per bed(person), so your cost of living can be around $500 with all utilities for a 2x2! Anytime I had a problem with my unit, I would call, email, or go in person and they would fix it right away. They wanted you to live in the best conditions possible. My overall experience was wonderful! Talk to Ericka the manger/owner and she will let you know everything you need to know about having a great living experience.

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By A Google User, July 21, 2018
I lived here for 3 years when I went to Texas A&M, and all three years they were wonderful. First of all, the price is unbeatable! They rent per unit and not per bed(person), so your cost of living can be around $500 with all utilities for a 2x2! Anytime I had a problem with my unit, I would call, email, or go in person and they would fix it right away. They wanted you to live in the best conditions possible. My overall experience was wonderful! Talk to Ericka the manger/owner and she will let you know everything you need to know about having a great living experience.

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By Balee Leggett, July 10, 2018
Just moved in, it's nice so far for an older complex. They put new carpet in at my request because I have bad allergy problems, and the staff are all absolute sweethearts. Unit itself was clean and presentable, some minor wear but again it's an older place. Really good quality to price ratio!

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By kunal gupta, July 03, 2018
Stayed here for two years. Never faced any issues, maintainance was taken care of in a timely manner, typically within the day. Facilities like gym and pool were well kept along with regular upkeep of the apartment complex.

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By Chance King, June 29, 2018
I lived here in 2013-2014 and it was cheap as sin and full of it. Looks like they slapped some lipstick on it, but dont let them make you overpay. I think theres a gym but just work out on campus. Not saying the gym is bad but mom and dad aint paying for the rec for nothing. Ride the bus to school and save money on a parking pass. Get off your phone and get some culture. Build the hell out of bonfire.

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By Ashley Moore, June 26, 2018
I recently just moved there and I really like it, the community is quiet and the staff are really nice. My apartment was very clean and ready for move in.

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By Robert Morgan, June 26, 2018
I lived here from June 2017-December 2017 (moved for a job). I moved into their efficiency apartment right before hurricane Harvey hit. It really was a spacious little place especially for the amount of furniture I had in there. When the hurricane hit, my apartment flooded. I noticed water seeping in under one of the walls, we called emergency maintenance and moved furniture away. They said they would be by soon to inspect what was happening as maintenance lives on site (but it took a while, as they were literally swamped). As the rain continued, the flooding got worse and we couldn't dry towels fast enough to keep the water from coming in. Eventually at 2 am it didn't seem to be slowing at all so we called emergency maintenance again and left a message. The property manager returned our call within 20 minutes and actually came out to look at the place (at 2am!). She promptly moved us into a 1-bedroom that night so that we could get some rest. The next day we moved the remaining furniture, and stayed for the remainder of our lease at the pro-rated rent price of the efficiency. The staff was really personable and really made a great effort to help us out. I was so pleased with the response of the manager during the chaos of the hurricane and could not thank them enough.

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By A Google User, June 26, 2018
I lived here from June 2017-December 2017 (moved for a job). I moved into their efficiency apartment right before hurricane Harvey hit. It really was a spacious little place especially for the amount of furniture I had in there. When the hurricane hit, my apartment flooded. I noticed water seeping in under one of the walls, we called emergency maintenance and moved furniture away. They said they would be by soon to inspect what was happening as maintenance lives on site (but it took a while, as they were literally swamped). As the rain continued, the flooding got worse and we couldn't dry towels fast enough to keep the water from coming in. Eventually at 2 am it didn't seem to be slowing at all so we called emergency maintenance again and left a message. The property manager returned our call within 20 minutes and actually came out to look at the place (at 2am!). She promptly moved us into a 1-bedroom that night so that we could get some rest. The next day we moved the remaining furniture, and stayed for the remainder of our lease at the pro-rated rent price of the efficiency. The staff was really personable and really made a great effort to help us out. I was so pleased with the response of the manager during the chaos of the hurricane and could not thank them enough.

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By Balee Leggett, June 23, 2018
Just moved in, it's nice so far for an older complex. They put new carpet in at my request because I have bad allergy problems, and the staff are all absolute sweethearts. Unit itself was clean and presentable, some minor wear but again it's an older place. Really good quality to price ratio!

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By Ricky Cruz, May 07, 2018
Its a very nice place and the staff specially Blanca are the sweetest people.

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By Tia Oliver, January 06, 2018
This is a great place to rent. Its old, but maintenance requests are always answered in a timely manner. Management Erica is the bomb and rent is affordable.

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By Sharnita Woods, December 19, 2017
Erica and Courtney are so helpful with everything. Any issues I've had was handled the exact same day. My daughter and I love living here.

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By Tadesse Fikre Teferra, November 23, 2017
It looks beautiful and clean from outside and the Bust to Texas A&M University stops outside the leasing office. This is also close to few restaurants and convenience stores on well born by Southwest Pkwy.

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By Joshua Villarreal, September 16, 2016
The rent is for a great price, the staff is incredibly helpful, and the apartments are awesome! Great choice for a college apartment!

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By Alexandra Strand, August 06, 2016
I have lived here for about 2 years and have had nothing but positive experiences. The staff is always willing to help as best they can and I've never had any issues with maintenance. They're great!

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By Brandon Smith, June 10, 2016
I am a current resident that has lived here for 3 years. I am moving out of state and while looking at other places to live I noticed that the majority of people only write reviews when there is something negative to say. I have not had any issues with this apartment complex at all. Yes it is an older complex and yes it does show its age. But the maintenance guys usually fix things within a day, sometimes 2 days. If the water is to be shut off or something on the property is going to be closed they always give notice on my door. The manager has been the same since I signed my 1st lease but the office staff has changed. With that being said I have had no issues with the ladies at the front office. No safety or loud noise issues. I would say I have enjoyed my stay here and the price to live here isn't that bad either.

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By Yiannis Papadopoulos, April 09, 2016
I've lived in an efficiency apartment in Willowick for about 3 years or so. Overall it was a positive experience. The apartment was good with some small flaws. They are older apartments and the floors and walls are uneven. They are kept well for their age (new carpet when I moved in, freshly painted walls and cabinets). My apartment had a window A/C unit, which are ineffective and loud. You get used to it, but it is annoying; after my years here, I don't want to see a window unit in my life ever again. Closet space is adequate, although in the efficiency you have to get creative about storing things (and downsize a lot). Rent and rent increases are reasonable. Communication is really good, they give you a lot of notices prior to extending / terminating the lease, and they are flexible when you are towards the end of your lease. The website to pay rent is a bit difficult to work with; they have changed it twice while I was there, making things worse. The staff is generally friendly and willing to help. I didn't have any issues with them, apart from the fact that they have miscalculated my last payment after moving out. They have attributed to me preexisting issues with the apartment and tried to have me pay for them. I document and take photos of everything, so that got me out of this relatively easy. If you live in Willowick, do an exit walkout to avoid the frustration. Maintenance is fast and friendly. They may take up to 2 days to look at something but A/C issues are resolved the same day.

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By Zachary Grubbs, June 26, 2013
I lived here for two years from 2011 to 2013 and have to say I have been pleased with my experience. While it wasn't the greatest place compared to some of the more expensive apartments in College Station it definitely exceeded expectations for what I paid in rent. -PROS- 1) Office staff were always very friendly and able to address questions/concerns I had 2) Maintenance request were done next day normally* 3) Low crime (if any) during my two years here I think I only saw two police cars ever on the property 4) Rent is cheap especially if you split a 2BR with another person 5) Located right on an A&M bus route (Route 31) 6) Plenty of parking -CONS- 1) Maintenance request will take a lot more time in peak move-in times (August) 2) The kitchen space can be quite limited. This can be a challenge if you like to cook. 3) No microwave in units (if you get one make sure it is no too high wattage otherwise the outlets won't support it) 4) AC struggles in summer months and hot days (older apartment complex) 5) The water pipes are loud. You can hear when other people use their showers 6) The stairs up to some second-story units can be rickety. However, they have been doing quite a bit of work to renovate and improve this.

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By Joshua Brusewitz, May 17, 2013
I dont understand the other comments here. I think Willowick is great. I live there for 2 years during which my problems were minimal. I havent heard of ANY crime in the complex area (cant say that for the gated apartment down the street where my friend lives). They seem to be genuinely helpful, down to earth people, the manager is especially helpful. When I have a problem with something they fix it within a few days always and are always really nice. The rent is cheap and its a darn good quality for the price place. If you see it as a decent cheap place to live (hard to come by these days) then you will love it. oh, and amazingly huge closet.

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By He Zhe, May 05, 2013
The air-conditioner is really noisy. If you are not lucky, you'll be surrounded by annoying noise.

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By Joey Kaspar, October 25, 2011
Yes, half of the staff can't figure out anything, and yes the apartments are old, and yes this place is not awesome. But when you pay as little as you do for rent here, its well worth the money. If you consider the value aspect, then you are getting what you pay for and some perks. I'm assuming the low rating for this complex are b/c expectations by other residents were too high. I'm pretty sure if you share a 2 bedroom apt (each roommate paying $275/month) that you shouldn't expect much. I didn't expect much, and I was happy enough with my experience. The perks are cheap rent, nice pool area (on one side of the complex), close to bus route, and the safety in this complex is actually outstanding. If you don't believe me, call the local police station and ask how many break-ins, assaults, and other crimes have occurred in Willowick... you'll be surprised that it's nearly non-existent. Whats even crazier is that all the new, nice, and gated apts have much higher crime issues. Don't get me wrong, Willowick isn't an awesome complex, but its cheap, safe, and not a party complex. Go in with the right expectations, and you'll be fine. If you expect 5-star service, staff, amenities, and furnishings... do not live here b/c you will hate it. The cost of rent is congruent with the experience. Very simple.

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Rent report

Willowick Apartments Rent vs. College Station Average

Willowick Apartments is asking 15% less than the average 2 bedroom apartment in College Station.

If you upsized to an average priced College Station 3 bedroom apartment, you would pay 29% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced College Station 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 6% more per month.

Willowick Apartments provides 25% less square footage than the average College Station 2 bedroom apartment.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Willowick Apartments
2BR $789 $1.10 $2,367
College Station Average
Studio $655 $1.30 $1,965
1BR $979 $1.40 $2,938
2BR $924 $0.90 $2,773
3BR $1,303 $0.90 $3,909
4BR $1,798 $1.10 $5,394

Availability in College Station

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 565 2BR units on the market in College Station. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in College Station
Studio 31
1BR 277
2BR 565
3BR 256
4BR 177
Affordability
To comfortably afford an apartment, we recommend having at least three times your monthy rent in gross household income.
View suggested annual incomes for Willowick Apartments by bedroom type below.
2 Bedroom
Suggested income:
$28,400
per year
Location
Nearby College
Campus Buildings and Attractions
Distance Walking Biking Driving
Student Recreation Center 1.9 mi 39 min 12 min 4 min
Memorial Student Center 2.0 mi 39 min 16 min 5 min
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