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COVERED AND UNCOVED park-
ing on Central Campus rates start at
$50 per month. Call 734-995-9200 for
PARK ON CENTRAL CAMPUS-
This space is worth every penny in the
winter. (in Michigan, winter can last
until April). Only 50 steps to the B
School. Call Arch Realty at 734-995-
9200 or stop into 616 Church Street to
secure your spot today.
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! CENTRAL CAMPUS !
6 & 7 BEDROOM HOUSES
Updated, beautifully furnished
Parking, free laundry
Leasing now for May 2010
!!LG. RM., Hill St. off State. Prkg.
For male. $375/mo. 845-399-9904.
3 BDRM $1200/MO + util. Short term
avail. 1037 Packard. 734 996 1991.
5 & 6 BEDROOMS
!! BEAUTIFUL HOMES !!
6 and 7 bedrooms Near Campus, 8 mo
lease. APPLY NOW for Aug/Sep
2010. Central Air, Free Laundry, Free
* NOW LEASING FOR MAY 2010
Now Leasing for May 2009
616 Church Street
1 & 2 Bdrm. furn. apts. 402 Hill St. &
1313 S. State. Avail now. Ldry., A/C,
heat, free prkg. Call 734-904-6735.
100 STEPS FROM Michigan Stadium
Threebedroo house, tworcar garage,
sunroom, formal dining room, dish-
washer, hardwood flooring, ceramic
bath, full basement w/ laundry and attic
storage. Grea for UM fontball fans
and/or EMU commuters. Cal Pat 663-
2 BDRM APARTMENT available in
the shadow of U of M hospital on
Fuller. Furnished, heat, water and park-
ing included. Move in today. Call Cam-
pus Management 734-663-4101.
20 PERSON HOUSE available fall
2010. Located Near Oakland and Hill.
Call 734-995-9200 for details.
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625 Church St
Now taking reservations
for faIl 2010!
Studios, 1, 2,.3, 4, & 5 bdrms & Houses
See o 3 caiosof rw ' rvlyarmnf-co'n
2 BEDROOMS AVAILABLE near
North Campus. Looking for female(s)
to rent ether one of ohs edroos.
Furnished or unfurmished. Must like
2 BR APARTMENTS $795 and up,
Available for Immediate Occupancy on
Central Campus Heat, Water, and Park-
ing Included. Call 734-995-9200 or
stop into 616 Church Street for more in-
3 AND 4 BR Units. Central Campus
and Kerry Town. Immediate Occu-
pancy. Best Locations, Best Prices,
Best Landlord. Call 734-995-9200 or
AVAIL. 9/1/10 WILLIAM & Divi-
sion. Eft, I bdrm., and 2 bdrm. apt. w/
security buzzer. Laundry facility & sep-
arae storage lockers. Gallatin Realty
SPACIOUS 1,2, & 3
SIndividual private basements
" Currectly gas hea-cooking & hot water included
.Children & petswlcome
. Minutes to downtown, shops & universities
*"day ncmv-ut notice
24hour emergency maintenance
income. Equity shaes range from $8080-9985 which
increase in value the onger you reside in the cop-
Forest Hills Cooerative
2351 Shadowood rive
AARDVARKS AND WOLVER-
INES! Your attention please!
Campus Management, Inc. invites you
to visit www.CampusMg.com, the best
local website for the best selection of
apartments and houses. We specialize
in houses and apartments very close to
central campus. Lots of 2 bedroom
apts. and smaller available too! All are
attractively priced, most include park-
ing, many are furnished and some in-
clude utilities. Contact us by phone to
schedule a personal showing with our
rental agent. Ask for Pat. 663-4101.
AVAIL. 9/1/10. WILLIAM & Divi-
sion. 6+ bdrm. hse. Gallatin Realty Co.
AVAILABLE FALL 2010
Small family owned company.
AVAILABLE NOW! GREAT 2
Bdrm apt. in prime location, private bal-
cony, heat/water incl., fully furnished,
free parking, $999/mo. 734-665-8825.
AWESOME LOCATION 2, 6 & 9
Bedroom, fully furn, large kitchens,
full size washer & dryer, on site
parking. For more information call
Lanra at Church Street Apartments,
CONDO FOR RENT. 2 bdrm. 2 bath.
Recently remodeled. Fireplace on 3rd
floor. Pauline & Stadium. 248-318-9759
DELUXE 2 BDRM 2 story on Long-
shore Dr. Half a mile to UM Med.
School and Hospital. One mile to north
campus. Wshr/dryer in unit, $950/mo.,
water included. Call 734-395-5288.
LARGE one and two bedrooms apart-
ments on Central and North Campus,
734-662-5500 for appointment.
7 BDRM HSE on Kingsley and State-
for 2010. Free parking. (248) 910-2286.
r r i r St di i& 1
1 Bdr. Un its
Tower Plaza Cndoinium _l~
LARGE FURNISHED 2 or 3 bdrm.
apt. at 1111 S. State, Near -U-M bus
stop, Avail. Now, May, Fall '10, Heat
& water incl. Bac., A/C, prkg., tdry.,
$1100-$1650, No smkgno pets.
734-996-3539 or 734-678-7250.
AVAILABLE NOW 1 bdrm. on S.
Forest near South U. 734-996-2836.
LUXURY APARTMENT AVAIL-
ABLE Near U of M Hospital. Ex-
tremely spacious 3BR/2BA apartmentt
available for immediate occupancy
across the street from U of M hospital.
Amenities include Central Air, Beauti-
ful Hard Wood Floors, Dishwasher,
and On-Site Laundry. Carport Parking
Available. Call 734-995-9200 for an ap-
pointment, pictures available at
MAY TO MAY NO-MONEY-
DOWN-LEASES. Luxury 3, 4, 5
bdrm. apts. avail. at the corner of Hill
& S. Forest. Call for details: 734-665-
Immediate move-in. $450-$500. Two
locations near campus. 734-996-1991
Forest Edge Apartments
1315 Hill St.
Now Leasing for
3 and 4 bedrooms available!
NOW LEASING FOR 2010-2011-
Arch Realty located at 616 Church
Street, for more details call 734-995-
9200 or see www.archrealtyco.com
RECENTLY RENOVATED 2 BR
Near IM Building- Available for imme-
diate Occupancy, just 5 minutes walk
to the Union. leat, Water, Furnishings,
and Parking Included. Prices starting at
$725/mo, call 734-995-9200 for details.
ROOM FOR RENT in 2000 sq. ft
house near U of M North Campus.
$550/month. A/C, wshr/dryer, dwshr,
garage prkg, basement storage, dogs
and cats welcome. 734-668-6152.
1.& 2 bdrm., modern, clean, quiet
5 min. walk. No Sept. rent.
LARGE ONE BEDROOM apartment
available immediately, 2 blocks east of
the business school. Heat, water and
parking included. Call Campus Man-
for May 2010:
Large 2 Bedroom Apts!
Contact Post Realty for
showing or more information:
ROOMS AVAILABLE! CENTRAL
Campus/Kerrytown '$395-$550; Heat,
Water, & Electric Included. Parking
availale. Call 734-995-9200 or sop
into 616 Church Street. More info at
STUDIO APARTMENT WITHIN
walking distance of central campus,
parking included. Available immedi-
ately. Call Campus Management 734-
STUDIO'S AND I Bedrooms avail-
able for immediate occupancy, Great
Locations including Kerrytown and
Central Campus. Call 734-995-9200 or
stop by 616 Church Street for more in-
WANTED GRAD STUDENT/ profes-
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Util, elec., cable, DSL. Country hse on
100 acre nature preserve. 734-475-0291.
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(March 21to April 19)
Avoid making promises to groups and
friends that you might find hard to keep.
In particular, these promises could relate
to cash flow, earnings, money or some-
thing you own.
(April 20to May 20)
The Moon is in your sign today, which
gives you a little bit of extra good luck.
However, be careful that you don't
promise more than you can deliver to
bosses, parents, teachers and VIPs. Easy
does it. Stay realistic.
(May 21 toJune 20)
This is a wonderfully quiet, spiritual
day for you. You feel unusually warm-
hearted and at peace with yourself. In
part, this is because you feel loving
(June 21 to July 221
This is a great day to schmooze with
people. In particular, you feel very gen-
erous toward others. Group discussions
about religion, philosophy and lofty top-
ics are likely.
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Some aspect of your private life will
be made public today. However, you
won't mind, because you come out
smelling like a rose! (Just don't overdo
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
You're very keen to learn new things
today, especially about religion, politics,
philosophy, metaphysics and anything
that's different and intriguing. You feel
very positive about life.
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
You're feeling generous to others
today; however, don't give away the
farm. Think twice if you have to divide
something with someone else.
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
In discussions with partners and close
friends, you' won't be concerned with
details today. You feel happy, which is
why you're focusing on the big picture.
(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
Co-workers will be helpful to you, and
vice versa, today. However, detailed
work is subject to errors because you're
doing a lot very quickly.
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
This is a marvelous day to party!
Enjoy the company of others.
Emotionally, you feel great, and you
want to have a good time.
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
If you're making real estate deals
today, double-check everything.
However, entertaining at home will be a
fun occasion for you and family.
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Be careful not to go overboard buying
something today. Whatever you do,
you're doing it in very broad strokes!
Other people might overreact to this.
Stay focused, and be observant.
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company because you are optimistic and
enthusiastic. You also have a strong
desire to help others. In your personal
relationships, you can be very loving.
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