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RECORDS FOR SALE. 33 1/3, 78.
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CENTRAL CAMPUS PARKING:
Live far away? Park close! Many loca-
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ment (734) 668-1100 or
PARKING AVAIL. CENTRAL Cam-
pus, near B School and Law School
PARKING ON CENTRAL Campus -
covered and uncoved. Call
734-995-9200 for details.
! 4 ELEVEN LOFTS is now leasing
for 2010. Private bedrooms, even pri-
vote haths. All-new, famnished, 2
blocks from Central Campus. Reserve
now, lock in great rates. Limited 2009
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6 & 7 BEDROOM HOUSES
Updated, beautifully furnished
Parking, free laundry
Leasing now for May 2010
!! BEAUTIFUL HOMES !!
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lease. APPLY NOW for Aug/Sep
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nancylat a umich.edu,
!!!! 4 LG. Bdrm. house. 5 person.
Mary C. at IM bldg. Ldry., prkg. May-
May $2210. 845-399-9904.
* NOW LEASING FOR MAY 2010
1 & 2 Bdrm. furn. apts. 402 Hill St. &
1313 S. State. Avail now. Ldry., A/C,
heat, free prkg. Call 734-904-6735.
2 BDRM4 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.
5 & 6 BDRM HOUSES
100 STEPS FROM Michigan Stadium
Three bedroom house, two car garage,
sunrootm, formal dining room, dish-
washer, hardwood flooring, ceramic
bath, full basement w/ laundry and attic
storage. Great for UM football fans
and/or EMU commuters. Call Pat 663-
20 PERSON HOUSE available fall
2010. Located Near Oakland and Hill.
Call 734-995-9200 for details.
The Ann Arbor Ordinance doesn't stop
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2 BR APARTMENTS $795 and up,
Available for Immediate Occupancy on
Cent-al 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
7 BDRM HSE on Kingsley and State-
for 2010. Freb parking. (248) 910-2286.
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schedule a personal showing itis our
rental agent. Ask for Pat. 663-4101.
AVAIL 9//10 WILLIAM & Divi-
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security buzer. Landry facility &sep-
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AVAIL. 9/1/10 WILLIAM & Divi-
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AVAIL. MAY. 4 bdrm 2 bath. Wash-
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1037 Packard. (734) 996-1991.
Now Leasing fo May/Fall 2010
Houses that accommodate
up to 20 people
Immediate Ocupacy Aalable
Hundreds of Central Campus
ane , Pzza /na~e
616 Church Street
AVAILABLE NOW 1 or 2 bdrm. on
S. Forest near South U. 734-996-2836.
AVAILABLE NOW! GREAT 2
Bdrm apt. in prime location, private bal-
cony, heat/water incl., fully furnished'
fiee 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
Lua at Church Street Apartments,
CONDO FOR RENT. 2 bdrm. 2 bath.
Recently remodeled. Fireplace on 3rd
floor. Pauline & Staditm. 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. Car port,W/D in unit,
$950/mo., all appliances, water in-
cluded. Call 734-395-5288.
HOUSE FOR FALL 2010. 1 block to
CCRB. Furnished. For 7-8 persons.
Fireplace. 7 prkg spaces. Dshwshr/A/C.
$4095, plus util. 734-996-8506.
STUDIO APARTMENT WITHIN
walking distance of central campus,
parking included. Available immedi-
ately. Call Campus Management 734-
for May 2010:
Large 2 Bedroom Apts!
Contact Post Realty for
showing or more information:
LARGE one and two bedrooms apart-
ments on Central and North Campus,
734-662-5500 for appointment.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 or 3 bdrm.
apt. at 1111 S. State, Near U-M bus
stop, Avail. Now, May, Fall '10, Heat
& water incl. Balc., A/C, prkg., ]dry.,
$1100-$1650, No smkgno pets.
734-996-3539 or 734-678-7250.
LARGE ONE BEDROOM apartment
available immediately, 2 blocks east of
the business school. Heat, water and
parking inluded. Call Campus Man-
LUXURY APARTMENT AVAIL-
ABLE Near U of M Hospital. Ex-
tremely spacious 3BR/2BA apartment
available for immediate occupancy
across the street from U of M hospital.
Amenities include Central Air, Beauti-
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and On-Site Laundry. Carport Parking
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NOW IS THE time to reserve your
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536 S. Forest, Ann Arbor
NOW LEASING FOR 2010-2011-
Arch Realty located at 616 Church
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RECENTLY RENOVATED 2 BR
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ROOMS AVAILABLE! CENTRAL
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available. Call 734-995-9200 or stop
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locations near campus. 734-996-1991
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