Indiana Law-Bloomington Housing and Transportation

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Indiana Law-Bloomington Housing and Transportation

Postby EzTakeOut » Sat May 30, 2009 9:47 pm

What's good fellow and soon to be Hoosiers

I’m making a trip over to Indiana in a couple of weeks, and was hoping a few of you could help me out with recommended housing. Any specifics on potential areas to live, apartment buildings, and recommendations for daily transportation will be greatly appreciated. Also, other trip(s) that might contribute to a smooth transition from Los Angeles to Bloomington (the city and the school of law) will help.


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Re: Indiana Law-Bloomington Housing and Transportation

Postby Bankhead » Tue Jun 09, 2009 2:35 pm

Live close to the law school. There are some apartments very close to the school. Beyond that, I don't remember the specifics.

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Re: Indiana Law-Bloomington Housing and Transportation

Postby mommamia » Sun Feb 21, 2010 7:31 pm

Where you live will depend on how much you want to pay. There are fairly inexpensive apartments near the football stadium. New apartments are located in the downtown area (more expensive). Downtown would be a bit more convenient of a walk, though bus routes run throughout the area (including the football stadium area). There are many homes for rent as well (which might be closer to the law school).

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Re: Indiana Law-Bloomington Housing and Transportation

Postby crobbins3 » Tue Mar 23, 2010 3:28 pm

I'm class of 2012 and have this available:

1 bedroom, 1 bathroom ground floor apt. - BRAND NEW, only one graduate student occupant since construction. Furnished, in-unit washer and dryer, patio. Rent includes water, internet, and cable TV. Walk to Kroger, College Mall, or several bus stops. Unbeatable amenities. Available May, June, and July. Call (812) 333-9868 and ask about unit 3101-4.

Good luck! Objectively speaking, living near the law school is nice, but I chose to live about five minutes away because I can get way more apartment for my money, and taking the bus is so easy, I don't even bother driving to school. And don't buy any parking permits unless you can't walk a couple of blocks - you will always find street parking on Dunn and 2 hour spots on the law school block will also come in handy.

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