What are some of the amenities offered in your buildings?
Do you only rent to students?
I am a student at SLU, which buildings of yours are near SLU's campus?
I am a student at Wash U, which buildings of yours are near Wash U's campus?
I am currently living on campus, when is a good time to start looking for apartments?
Do you have onsite laundry facilities?
How safe are your buildings?
How do I get an apartment? What is the application process?
What is the difference between the wait list and the reservation list?
I am on the reservation list, how many offers can I expect to get?
What is a Personal Guaranty of Lease?
What is a security deposit? When do I get the security deposit back?
I still have a few questions, when can I talk to a leasing staff member?
I would like to see floorplans of my new apartment before I move in, is this possible?
Can I reserve an elevator during move in?
What should I not bring into my apartment?
I have a car, do you have onsite parking?
Do you offer handicapped parking spaces?
Can you recommend any long term storage companies?
Is renter's insurance required?
I see you only have 12 month leases, I am not going to be here in the summer, what can I do?
How can I view my ledger?
When is rent due? What are the late charges?
What is the proper way to address a package to my apartment?
Can I have flowers delivered to the building?
One of my neighbors is throwing a party late into the night, is there anything I can do?
Someone parked in my spot in the garage, what should I do?
How does your DVD checkout work and for how long can I check out a DVD? Are there charges?
When are the pools open?
I had a bunch of friends over to my apartment and one of them caused damage to the building, am I liable?
What is subletting and how do I find a subletter?
My apartment is dirty, can you recommend someone to clean it?
I locked myself out of my bedroom... How can I get back in?
My internet connection is slower than usual or I am having trouble connecting to the network, what is the problem?
Can I reserve Club C? What is club C?
I do not live in the Coronado, can I still use Club C/Palm Room/Screening Room?
Why do I have window restrictors?
Why do the building fixtures such as interior doors cost so much to replace?
Why do I only get one keycard?
Why can I not have peepholes?
Why do you walk around and shut our apartment doors?
It is late at night and I am afraid to walk from the garage to the building (or across from campus or down the street to a friends). What do I do?
I have set up an appointment with the cable guy. What do I do next?
Why does my apartment sometimes not warm up in the winter/cool down in the summer?
Why do we boot cars?
I cannot reach my son/daughter/friend? Can you help me?
I have an alarm in my apartment, how do I get monitoring setup for it?
I’m moving out, what do I need to do/know?
Hot tub for Theresa Park Lofts and Westminster tenants
Fitness centers for nearly every building. (for example White House doesn't have a fitness center but uses Moolah's)
Lobbies for studying; Coronado and Lindell Towers all have wireless lobbies
We also have Club C, which is our game room complete with big screen, sectional sofa, pool tables, foosball table. This room is available to all FrontDoor tenants for FREE and can be reserved for birthday parties, fraternity meetings etc.
Screening room with giant leather couch and a giant screen available for everyone for FREE. That way they can use our free video rental and watch the movie on the big screen or you can bring down your gaming system and game with your friends on the big screen.
Meeting Room called the Palm Room in Coronado which is available for all FrontDoor tenants to reserve for FREE. This is nice for a dinner party, study group or meeting.
In our Coronado building we have two great restaurants, Nadoz Café and Chuy Arzola's Tex-Mex Restaurant.
We have free recycling available to all of our Lindell Properties, Theresa Park Lofts, and Loop Lofts.
We offer FREE DVD rentals to all FrontDoor tenants. Stop by the leasing office to see what's available.
We have 24 hour on-site staff which doesn't seem like an amenity until you find yourself locked out at 2:00 on a Sunday afternoon or 4:00 on a Tuesday morning. This 24-hour staff is made up of leasing staff, nightstaff and maintenance staff which make it convenient to report a noise complaint, ask for an escort to or from your car or if you have a maintenance emergency in the middle of the night.
Package pick-up. You don't have to walk to campus, or drive to the post office or to UPS. You just cannot realize how nice it is to have your packages waiting for you right in the leasing office.
Another benefit is our website. We have a very interactive website that allows tenants to submit maintenance requests at anytime without the hassle of writing it down or calling into the office. Our tenants can also post items on our bulletin board. We call it the really, really local Craigs List. The tenants can read news updates we have posted, contact the leasing staff, browse our other buildings, etc.
Another benefit is our leasing staff. We are a close-knit group and are ALWAYS here! We come early, we stay late, and we rarely eat lunch! You will not get a machine or a closed door. We are here to help with packages, rent questions, and even help counsel roommates when they are having problems. We go above and beyond what any property would do. We have watered plants, fed cats, taken out trash. We even host "Food-for-Finals" during the weeks of Final Exams. It's a way for us to get to know our tenants even more while serving them pizza and helping them take a study break. We are not an ordinary leasing staff...meaning we just don't lease you an apartment and never see or talk to you again! We hope you will be glad when you see our group of familiar faces when you have a problem or just need to talk.
Or, you can stop into our office and we would be happy to explain the application process to you. Just remember, every tenant must fill out an application. Each application is $30 which you can pay be check, cash or money order (payable to FrontDoor, LLC). If you require a co-signer, you will also find co-signer applications on this same page. Many times, full-time students will require a co-signer.
Once approved, you will be added to our wait list. If you have potential roommates, everyone will need to be approved before your group can be added to the WAIT LIST.
To be guaranteed an apartment, you will need to be added to the RESERVATION LIST. This is a big step above the wait list. Just put down $700 (total) for the Lindell Strip and $250 (total) for all other properties. We will then contact you before we contact anyone on the wait list when an apartment comes available. The $700 will be applied towards your security deposit. Example, you are offered a K Unit in Coronado. This requires a $1475 deposit. Therefore, you will now only need to put down the remaining $775.
We recommend finding someone you trust as we do NOT run their application and we do not collect a security deposit from them. Your sub is solely YOUR responsibility. However, we do require a one-time $30 subletting fee and a two page agreement that must be signed in our leasing office before we issue any keys. Click here for the Sublease Addendum Form.
Building Address, Apartment Number
3701 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63108.
The delivery man will drop it off at our office where we will sign for it, log it, and it will be ready for you to pickup after 6pm.
Sublettors should know that the condition of the apartment needs to be established with the tenant prior to move-in. FrontDoor will not clean, paint or perform maintenance in between moves. So, if you would like your apartment professionally cleaned, please contact the tenant. Minor maintenance can be done per the sublettor’s request after move-in – i.e., leaky faucet, clogged drain, etc.
Tenants - If you need help finding a sub, we can certainly assist you! You can check our online bulletin board for potential renters or stop into our office and check our sublease binders. These have been extremely helpful to our tenants in the past. Some tenants have also had great luck with Craigs List, but please be cautious of non-qualified renters or online scams.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the leasing office as we are happy to help!
Secondly, maintenance will charge for any labor outside their normal daily duties. Replacing an interior door and frame for an apartment, for example, can take 2 workmen more than half the day. Plus, the materials are not cheap. Coronado doors, for example, are Class B fire rated doors that are required by the Federal law for fire safety, this means that your apartment door can with stand a direct fire for 90 minutes without letting the fire penetrate into your apartment. We are also required to put in fire rated steel frames.
Also please remember that your unit only produces so much air flow?so for example if your apartment is set on 76 in the summer and you come home and its hot if you set it to 72 it will take a half hour (for example) to get to 72 but if you set it to 65 it will STILL take a half hour to get to 72. It does not work any faster if you set it lower?and you may run the chance of locking your compressor up by setting it at 65.