Built in the late 1990s, this complex with views of the surrounding hills is an exceptional apartment community. Spencer View is located less than a mile from the UO campus, adjacent to two schools and a large park. It is also the home of the nationally recognized, private, nonprofit Spencer View Co-op Family Center, which serves children from eight weeks to ten years of age.
These bright and airy apartments are separated into eight neighborhoods.
Each has its own laundry facility, community garden, and children's playground.
In addition to the neighborhood playgrounds, the entire complex
shares a large playground and park adjacent to the expanisive community center, as well as several shared community gardens. Each of the 272 apartments are spacious and have attached storage spaces. There are fourteen completely accessible units and all first floor apartments can be ADA adapted. Apartments are cable-ready and wired for Ethernet (Internet that does not tie up the phone line). They also feature kitchens with a window facing the neighborhood courtyard, as well as a living room that extends out to a private balcony or patio. These are non-smoking apartments and do not allow pets; however, aquarium fish are the exception.
Includes “FLEX units’ that can be converted from a two bedroom to a three bedroom with a moveable partition.
We urge Family Housing and University Apartments applicants to contact all local utility providers regarding deposit costs and hook-up fees, as they can vary and may be substantial.
Contact Child Care Development Centers (CCDC) at 541-346-4384 for child care availability.
*These rents are a guideline and are subject to change*
Rental rates are listed for the 2012-13 academic year. Rates for other years may vary.
Rates are subject to annual increases every July 1 for all apartments and houses (except those in East Campus Graduate Village, which require an annual contract and are subject to annual increases every September 1). All other apartments and houses are rented on a month-to-month basis.
When a housing offer has been made, a $75 security deposit, along with the prorated first month’s rent, is required to secure the unit. No security deposit is required for East Campus Graduate Village. Specific assignments cannot be guaranteed.