211 S 45th St, Philadelphia PA 19104
215/349-6500, fax: 215/349-6502
online bulletin board: www.krf.icodat.com/news
Welcome to the KRF Management website.
KRF is a rental housing provider in the University City section of Philadelphia. Our offerings are conveniently located for affiliates of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Near enough to walk, bike, or skate to campus and also served by the schools’ van services. Yet far enough away to minimize, if not totally avoid, the noise and congestion inescapable in a high-student-density environment.
A high rate of renewals by current tenants, and brisk demand for desirable accommodations at reasonable prices leaves KRF with only one apartmen remaining for the 2012-2013 academic year.
It's a large 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2-level unit on the 4300 block of Spruce Street -- convenient to:
Other features include a rear deck overlooking greenery you probably didn't think existed in University City, a private entrance from an outside walkway (no hallway shared with other tenants), recently refinished century-old hardwood floors, good closet space, a big eat-in kitchen, and a large living room. The living room, kitchen, one bathroom, and two bedrooms are on the lower level. Two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the upper level.
This apartment will be available for move-in as early as June 1. Initial lease will terminate on May 31 2014 regardless of inception date; upon termination, tenants in good standing will have the option to renew for one year or extend for one-to-three months during the summer. Rent is $2,130 per month including heat, hot & cold water, and cooking gas.
See photos at www.krf.icodat.com/photos/4310-2/ If you think this apartment will meet your needs and schedule, get back to us soon by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) any time or phone (215-349-6500) 8:00 am to 6:00 pm on weekdays to set up an appointment.
To learn more about KRF in particular, or the University City off-campus rental scene in general, you may wish to check the following on-line resources:
If you're not in the area, and it's not possible for you to visit before you plan to take up residence, you may want to consider the option of renting an apartment sight-unseen. This obviously isn't the best of all possible worlds, but it's better than getting stuck with nowhere convenient or affordable to live, or in a place that makes you feel uncomfortable. You might want to check our essay, Click here: Renting an apartment in University City sight-unseen (http://www.krf.icodat.com/RentalResources/krf rent sight-unseen.htm) This is an unbiased, if slightly jaundiced, bit of advice because we don't want an unhappy tenant any more than you want an unsatisfactory housing provider.
For information not covered on this website, call Al Krigman at 215-349-6500. Or better email email@example.com
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(l to r): Victor Solorzano, Tim Mitchell, Al Krigman, Vinicio Acevedo; not shown because he didn't follow instructions and bring his Clarkson University Golden Knights thinking cap to the photo shoot notwithstanding detailed written instructions Pluto
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|Last updated 14.5.2013|