Make the Move
Now Open, The Retreat at Midway City is now leasing. Make the move for yourself or a loved one in six simple steps.
Leasing at The Retreat at Midway City
Explore your options
Start with selecting the right apartment for your lifestyle. Do you prefer morning sun or blazing sunsets? Afternoon breezes or a cozy window seat? A view of the patio lounge or easy access to the elevator? Our team is available to help you explore your options and find the plan and apartment that is right for you.
MOVING IN WITH HOUSING CHOICE OR VASH VOUCHERS
The Retreat at Midway City proudly accepts Housing Choice and VASH Vouchers. We also proudly support our Veterans
Qualify to Apply
Ensure you or your loved one qualifies to live at The Retreat at Midway City. We require a minimum income of twice the monthly rent, a positive rental history, and clear credit and background screening. Co-signers and guarantors are accepted. For more information, visit our FAQs page or contact the leasing office.
Secure your apartment
Your luxury apartment at The Retreat at Midway City is waiting for you. All you have to do is meet the Resident Selection Criteria, apply online, and pay a holding deposit, which will be applied to your security deposit once it’s time to move in. Once you pay the holding deposit, your apartment will be marked as “reserved,” and taken off the market.
As The Retreat is now open, we’ll meet to review your leasing documents and give you a tour of your new apartment home. To aid us in developing a fun and diverse community activities program, we’ll also ask you to complete a brief survey about your interests and hobbies.
A couple weeks before move-in, we’ll give you a call to reserve your move date. The day before, we’ll assist you with the completion of the lease agreement. You’ll pay the first month of rent and the balance of your security deposit, and we’ll complete the apartment inspection together. The keys are yours on the date your lease agreement starts.
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