|400 Russell Park|
|(near the intersection of Russell Blvd. & La Rue Road)|
|Phone: (877) 868-5076|
|The Atriums on Tandem's website|
|Types of Units|
|Studio (16), 2br/1ba (48) with priority to UC Davis graduate students|
|Rates for 2012-2013 updated below!|
The Atriums is on the campus of UC Davis but privately managed by Tandem Properties. Since UC Davis graduate students have first priority, this complex is geared toward those seeking lots of peace and quiet. Each apartment opens onto an indoor atrium with a study area.
Features & Amenities
|24 Hour Laundry|
|Unitrans Bus Lines|
|Central Heat & Air|
|BBQ & Picnic Area|
|Patios in downstairs units|
|No Pets allowed|
|24 hour Study Rooms|
|Free WiFi in lobby of every building|
|Sand Volleyball Court|
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UC Davis Campus - The Atriums is located directly across the street from the ARC, the new Student Health & Wellness Center, the Segundo Dining Commons, and within biking and walking distance of everything else on the UC Davis campus.
Bicycle - The Atriums is on the southern edge of the UC Davis campus and on The Davis Bike Loop.
Pedestrian - For recreational adventures, your best bet is through campus to The UC Davis Arboretum. Since this is an older part of town, the closest access to The Greenbelt is at Community Park. For limited grocery, shopping, some services and dining, University Mall is about 2 blocks away including Trader Joe's.
Parking - Free on-campus parking is available. Go to office to request visitor parking passes.
ADA Accessibility - Accessible units are available.
|2 bedrooms x 1 bathroom|
|2 bedrooms x 1 bathroom|
|2 bedrooms x 1 bathroom|
2008-05-21 18:25:28 Definitely some of the nicest "affordable" housing available in Davis. I lived in a two bedroom in the 300 building in 06-07 on the second floor. The 300 and 400 buildings occasionally hear the noise from the neighboring fraternity/sorority houses, but it wasn't that bad. During the summer, second floor apartments get pretty hot, and you need to run the A/C to keep the temp down. In the 07/08 year, I lived in a first floor in the 100 building, and never had to use my A/C at all (the middle atrium portion is air conditioned, so it keeps the lower floors cool during the summer). If you live in a place facing into the buildings, your apartment will appear very cave-like (poorly lit). I like the Atriums, but any window you have facing into the complex is like 8 feet away from someone else's window (I'm sure there was some awkwardness with two neighbors' bedrooms that close to each other). Parking is a pain for your friends though, TAPS patrols the place on weekdays as early as 9am until 10pm, handing out $45 tickets like candy. —jsramahi
2010-02-17 17:48:37 If you are planning on receiving any mail via FedEx and you are under the management of the Atriums, beware that they will do very little to inform you of, or take responsibility for, your mail's arrival at their office, including time-sensitive material. I have had a horrible experience with them, stay away at all costs. —chrisss
2010-05-20 12:50:15 *****Just an FYI to everyone, the listings on the floorplans for medium and small were reversed. They are now correct (as of 5-20-10).****** —waveform
2010-07-09 20:29:58 The noise from the neighboring fraternity and sorority houses has steadily increased over the past several years, with the management doing little to curb it (the Atriums and the frat and sorority houses in this area share the same management staff). You can also count on significant noise from the cheer camps that go on during the summer near the ARC, which is not something the management can change. —MicheleTobias
2012-04-29 22:38:22 updated rates for 2012-13 year lease —waveform
2012-06-18 09:14:56 Parking is never an issue. There are always lots of spots and it is super easy to get a guest parking pass for a friend. There are also visitor parking spots. The noise level is not an issue either, even though they are located near the frat and sorority houses. The building has a main lobby A/C so it stays incredible cool throughout the summer since the apartment complex just runs the A/C for the lobby and it is what you open up to when you open your front door.
The windows are not close to someone else's window, they are about 50 feet away, 8 feet away is complete incorrect, jsramahi doesn't know what he/she is talking about.
I have had friends park here in the regular parking spots with no pass for 6 hours and still never get a ticket.
The management here are some of the best in Davis, and I have lived at several spots in Davis so I can tell you from experience. If you report something as broken or needing maintenance, they will get on it extremely fast and usually have it taken care of by the same day. —waveform
2012-07-20 22:40:22 i am looking for a studio or 1 bedroom from sept 1st.. please let me know if anything is available
Thank you for your interest in The Atriums! Unfortunately, The Atriums is 100% booked for Fall. All of our on-campus properties are popular and rent quickly, so make sure you inquire about our on-campus properties around winter quarter for Fall 2013! We do, however, have alternative housing within the / Tandem Portfolio to fit every lifestyle and budget! I see that you are interested in a 1 bedroom apartment, and I wanted to tell you to check out the following apartment communities to secure your desired floor plan for Fall:
I encourage you to contact and tour both communities today! E-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any further questions or if you would like me to schedule your tours for you. I hope to hear from you soon!