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The Regent

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1402 Regent Street Madison, WI

3.6 23 reviews
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$610 - $1,250 / room
Studio - 3 Bed
1 Bath

340 - 576 Sq. Ft.

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Location ratings
Walk Score®
88
Very Walkable
Transit Score®
54
Good Transit
Bike Score®
100
Biker's Paradise
Floor plans
Studio • 1 Bath
$1,250 / room
340 ft2
1 Available
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Whole Unit (1 Bedroom)
$1,250 / room
Available Aug 18th, 2022
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1 Bed • 1 Bath
$1,650 - $1,700 / room
745 ft2
0 Available
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Contemporary 1-Bed #103
$1,650 / room
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Contemporary 1-Bed #105
$1,650 / room
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$1,650 / room
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$1,650 / room
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$1,650 / room
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Whole Unit (1 Bedroom)
$1,700 / room
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$1,700 / room
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2 Beds • 1 Bath
$610 - $990 / room
576 ft2
10 Available
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Shared
$610 / room
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Shared
$725 / room
Available May 23rd, 2022
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Shared
$850 / room
Available May 23rd, 2022
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$900 / room
Available May 23rd, 2022
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$900 / room
Available Jun 12th, 2022
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$690 / room
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$725 / room
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$725 / room
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Private Bedroom
$990 / room
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$725 / room
Available Aug 30th, 2022
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3 Beds • 1 Bath
$800 - $995 / room & unit
576 ft2
5 Available
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Private Bedroom
$800 / room
Available May 23rd, 2022
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Private Bedroom
$995 / room
Available May 23rd, 2022
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Private Bedroom
$995 / room
Available Aug 18th, 2022
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Private Bedroom
$995 / room
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$995 / room
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Amenities
On-site Laundry
Heat Included
Air Conditioning
Furnished
Fitness Center
Refrigerator
Garbage Disposal
Internet Included
Controlled Access
On Bus Line
Water Included
Electric Included
Recently Renovated
Conference Room
Bike Parking
Reservable Study Rooms
Microwave
24-hour Maintenance
Sports Court
Dishwasher
Accepts Credit Cards
Student
High-speed Internet
Barbecue
Media Room
Study Areas
Range / Oven
Secured Entry
Basketball Court
Online Payments
Near Campus
Cable-ready
Lobby
Ping-pong Table
Individual Lease
Living Room
Virtual Walkthrough
Elevator
Business Center
Pool Table
Freezer
Package Receiving
Volleyball Court
Smoke-free Community
Fees & leasing info
Pets
No Pets Allowed
Other:

For the consideration of all roommates, birds, cats and dogs are not allowed. Fish are permitted. Qualified service animals are always welcome, but must be disclosed.

Parking
Off-street Parking
More Info:

$110 - $170 a month (available in limited supply)

Lease & Fees
Security Deposit: $300
Application Fee: $0
Late Fee: 5%
Lease Length: Flexible Lease terms
Property details
Description

A Student Choice Property: The Regent offers carefree apartment living so you can focus on the things that count. With our "plug and play" apartments, simply unpack your suitcases and you're home! It's all included: on-site offices with extended desk hours, friendly staff and live in community assistants, an iMac and PC computer station, game room, outdoor sports courts, fire pit and grill station, private and group study rooms, free Fitness on-Demand, gym room, and more.

Office Hours
Sunday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Additional Details
Other: Heat, electric, laundry, and internet included for a flat monthly utility fee
Year Built: 1960
Total Unit Count: 244
Last Updated: 1 hour ago
Contact Number: (608) 496-9587
Internet Providers
Provider Max Download Speed (Mbps) Max Upload Speed (Mbps)
Charter Communications 940.0 35.0
ViaSat, Inc. 35.0 3.0
Hughes Network Systems, LLC 25.0 3.0
AT&T Inc. 6.0 0.512
AT&T Inc. 3.0 0.384
Data from June 2020 provided by the FCC
Emergency Services
Name Type Distance
Unitypoint Health Meriter Hospital 0.46 miles
Select Specialty Hospital Madison Hospital 0.55 miles
St Marys Hospital Madison Hospital 0.73 miles
Greenbush Fire Station 0.39 miles
Vilas Fire Station 0.55 miles
Uw Madison Fire Station 0.65 miles
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 16 available units at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 7 units available for move-in over the next 2 months. 1 unit is vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 340 to 576 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
Pets are not allowed at this property.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 2 and 3 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $610 to $995. The Regent has 2 bedroom units available starting at $610 and 3 bedroom units available starting at $800.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 1402 Regent Street in Madison, WI. It's 1.0 miles southwest from the center of Madison.
Reviews
By Anonymous Reviewer, May 01, 2015
It's a nice place. Feels a bit like a dorm, but it's clean and the staff are friendly. I'm leaving mostly because they are significantly raising the rent to help pay for renovations they did last summer and will be doing this summer.
By Anonymous Reviewer, July 25, 2019
By A Google User, August 20, 2018
I lived at The Regent for around one and a half years, and I can confidently say my experience was a positive one. If you're an engineering student and/or Badger Football fan, there's practically no better option in the area; then you take into account the quality and consistency of support, cleanliness, room size, overall features, and proximity to campus, and The Regent becomes an even better option. I want to specifically thank both Clarance (front desk support) and Megan (property manager) for always going out of their way to make sure my requests and concerns were taken care of in a very timely fashion.

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By Luke Profio, August 20, 2018
I lived at The Regent for around one and a half years, and I can confidently say my experience was a positive one. If you're an engineering student and/or Badger Football fan, there's practically no better option in the area; then you take into account the quality and consistency of support, cleanliness, room size, overall features, and proximity to campus, and The Regent becomes an even better option. I want to specifically thank both Clarance (front desk support) and Megan (property manager) for always going out of their way to make sure my requests and concerns were taken care of in a very timely fashion.

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By Saifu Angto, July 19, 2018
Large apartment complex with 24 hour front desk, and conveniently close to camp randall stadium (might be able to take a peak at football game if you're on the higher floor facing north), engineering buildings, and reasonably close to the Computer Science building.

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By A Google User, July 19, 2018
Large apartment complex with 24 hour front desk, and conveniently close to camp randall stadium (might be able to take a peak at football game if you're on the higher floor facing north), engineering buildings, and reasonably close to the Computer Science building.

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By Michael Santangelo, May 21, 2018
My son is about to start an internship in the Madison area and we've been trying to get a furnished apartment over the last 2 weeks. Audrey has been extremely professional and helpful in helping us to arrange things. We'll update the review when he's had some time to live there.

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By A Google User, May 21, 2018
My son is about to start an internship in the Madison area and we've been trying to get a furnished apartment over the last 2 weeks. Audrey has been extremely professional and helpful in helping us to arrange things. We'll update the review when he's had some time to live there.

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By Devin Bresser, April 14, 2018
I had no problems with this apartment building except the endless music and noise coming from my neighbors. Despite two complaints to the apartment management nothing changed about it... although I don't think it's their fault, really. Just a sticky situation and I just got unlucky. If you're considering this apartment just be aware that the walls are pretty thin and while I don't overhear just talking, music blasting in the apartment next door will just carry right over into your room. All that being said, given you don't have a noisy neighbor, this apartment building is pretty good. I have renewed my lease here and hopefully won't have that problem again. The proximity to the UW engineering campus is unparalleled and the building is nice and clean - remodeled rooms are very nice too. Lighting in hallways and rooms could use a bit of work but not a big deal with a desk lamp. Never had any problems with laundry, heating, internet, etc. However anyone reading this should know that the maintenance staff seems to have a bad habit of leaving your room unlocked after they leave. Maybe that's just protocol but upon returning from Winter and Spring break, I found a note on my door saying it had been entered for maintenance and the door was unlocked. Seems unprofessional to me. So overall I would recommend this place for an engineering student simply because the ~5 minute walk to class is incredibly convenient. If your classes are closer to Grainger and Humanities, though, the walk is about 25 minutes, and there are probably more convenient places to live.

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By A Google User, April 14, 2018
I had no problems with this apartment building except the endless music and noise coming from my neighbors. Despite two complaints to the apartment management nothing changed about it... although I don't think it's their fault, really. Just a sticky situation and I just got unlucky. If you're considering this apartment just be aware that the walls are pretty thin and while I don't overhear just talking, music blasting in the apartment next door will just carry right over into your room. All that being said, given you don't have a noisy neighbor, this apartment building is pretty good. I have renewed my lease here and hopefully won't have that problem again. The proximity to the UW engineering campus is unparalleled and the building is nice and clean - remodeled rooms are very nice too. Lighting in hallways and rooms could use a bit of work but not a big deal with a desk lamp. Never had any problems with laundry, heating, internet, etc. However anyone reading this should know that the maintenance staff seems to have a bad habit of leaving your room unlocked after they leave. Maybe that's just protocol but upon returning from Winter and Spring break, I found a note on my door saying it had been entered for maintenance and the door was unlocked. Seems unprofessional to me. So overall I would recommend this place for an engineering student simply because the ~5 minute walk to class is incredibly convenient. If your classes are closer to Grainger and Humanities, though, the walk is about 25 minutes, and there are probably more convenient places to live.

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By Feng Mango, April 09, 2018
This apartment is excellent. All the necessary furniture is provided. And you can cook with fuel gas. In addition, there is a gym and a game room. The downside is that it is not very quiet here.

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By A Google User, April 09, 2018
This apartment is excellent. All the necessary furniture is provided. And you can cook with fuel gas. In addition, there is a gym and a game room. The downside is that it is not very quiet here.

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By Qiong W., February 14, 2018
Vieki Eith in REGENT is really a nice and warm-hearted housekeeper. I love her so much, she works diligently, which reminds me of my grandmother in my home...

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By Qiong W., February 04, 2018
Clarence is really a nice and amazing man. He is professional, friendly, ready to solve the problem for the residents in Regent Apartment. I live in the...

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By khaled hassan fath el bab, December 17, 2017
I was there in 1981 it was awesome I remember so many great memories

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By Eli Sonkin, May 30, 2017
I liked living at Regent and have had good experiences with Steve Brown in general.

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By Tim _, May 27, 2017
Great management and internet, but somewhat pricey, especially if you live in the apartments that haven't been remodeled yet. Edit: I've tried to upload photos of more than just the hallways, but they disappear immediately after I upload them. Probably a Google maps bug. Sorry about that. + Utilities: Everything is included at a flat rate. The internet in particular is great - a full 100mb/s both download *and* upload speed, but sometimes slows down to 20-30mb/s when everyone is using it at once. + Management is very friendly and professional, and I've never had a problem with them. They also do some special events every now and then like a move-in day party, national pizza day and finals week(where they provided snacks in the lobby most of the week and a movie night) - Rooms are small for the price, and the non-remodeled rooms don't look all that great. - In the 2br units, you only get 1 window AC, which is in the living room, meaning you'll have to run fans and leave your door open if you want your room to be cool in the summer. - Lighting in the rooms isn't all that great. There's a single ceiling light in the kitchen, but the living room has no lights whatsoever so it's always dark and gloomy. The bedrooms have lights above the closet, but they only do a so-so job of lighting up the rooms. Lighting is also lackluster in the hallways on the non-remodeled floors.

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By Duncan _, May 27, 2017
Great management and internet, but somewhat pricey, especially if you live in the apartments that haven't been remodeled yet. Edit: I've tried to upload photos of more than just the hallways, but they disappear immediately after I upload them. Probably a Google maps bug. Sorry about that. + Utilities: Everything is included at a flat rate. The internet in particular is great - a full 100mb/s both download *and* upload speed, but sometimes slows down to 20-30mb/s when everyone is using it at once. + Management is very friendly and professional, and I've never had a problem with them. They also do some special events every now and then like a move-in day party, national pizza day and finals week(where they provided snacks in the lobby most of the week and a movie night) - Rooms are small for the price, and the non-remodeled rooms don't look all that great. - In the 2br units, you only get 1 window AC, which is in the living room, meaning you'll have to run fans and leave your door open if you want your room to be cool in the summer. - Lighting in the rooms isn't all that great. There's a single ceiling light in the kitchen, but the living room has no lights whatsoever so it's always dark and gloomy. The bedrooms have lights above the closet, but they only do a so-so job of lighting up the rooms. Lighting is also lackluster in the hallways on the non-remodeled floors.

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By Yunhe L., January 15, 2017
My favorite part of the Regent apartment is the staff there. I was in the process of looking for a place to live in a rush which could be a hard process....

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By Sepideh Chagharvand, December 28, 2016
I had a great experience working with these people. They helped me a lot to find the right place for my cousin. They were very flexible about the starting and ending lease. A big thanks to all of them.

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By Scott S., August 01, 2016
It's been a year now since we put the money down for the first months rent here. Overall we are still highly satisfied with the Regent. Our son's...

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By Ashlee V., August 02, 2010
The Regent was OK, I guess, as far as apartments go. I lived with two other people, but the rent was still at least ~$539 a month. I suppose that's what you...

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Rent report

If you upsized to an average priced Madison 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 17% more per month.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Madison Average
Studio $1,055 $2.30 $3,165
1BR $1,275 $1.80 $3,825
2BR $1,738 $1.70 $5,215
3BR $1,928 $1.40 $5,783
4BR $2,190 $1.50 $6,569

Availability in Madison

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 1,989 2BR units on the market in Madison. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Madison
Studio 765
1BR 1,618
2BR 1,989
3BR 621
4BR 185
Property manager information
Steve Brown Apartments
Location
Neighborhood: UW Madison Campus
Nearby Colleges
Campus Buildings and Attractions
Distance Walking Biking Driving
Camp Randall 0.3 mi 7 min 3 min 1 min
Union South 0.4 mi 7 min 3 min 1 min
Regent Street 0.8 mi 15 min 6 min 1 min
East Campus Mall 0.8 mi 15 min 4 min 2 min
Dominican Hall 0.9 mi 18 min 6 min 2 min
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