Deposit and Application

An apartment is not considered “off the market” and unavailable to rent to others until we receive a rental application (plus application fee), a signed deposit agreement, and the performance deposit.

Application fee:$50 per applicant
Non-refundable

$25 per cosigner (if required)
Non-refundable
Deposit:$400 per apartment
$200 potentially refundable
$200 non-refundable

Additional deposit may be required DOQ

Parking

Heated underground parking in each building.

Garage stalls:$50 per month (throughout
entire lease term)

$60 per month (if added
during lease term)

$70 per month (month-to-
month lease)

Utilities

Paid by resident:Electric
Cable
Water & Sewer
Trash
Internet

Pets

Small animals continually kept in a cage or aquarium like fish, birds, and other small animals are welcome at no additional charge.

No other pets allowed unless otherwise exempted by law.

Fair Housing

Condor Corporation is committed to compliance with all federal, state, and local fair housing laws. Condor Corporation will not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, disability, or any other specific classes protected by applicable laws. Condor Corporation will allow any reasonable accommodation or reasonable modification based upon a disability-related need. The person requesting any reasonable modification may be responsible for the related expenses.

Renter’s Insurance

All residents are required to carry and provide documentation of a renter’s insurance policy with liability coverage. It is also advisable to protect yourself from loss by including your possessions in your coverage as well. Plans can be structured to fit your needs at a minimal expense. Lexington Heights’ Apartments is not responsible for any loss or damage of your personal property.

If fire, flood, or other damage occurs in your apartment and you are found at fault, you could be held responsible for the expenses incurred to the other apartments affected, in addition to your own. Unmarried persons should each carry their own insurance.