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About University Village at Charlotte

UV Charlotte is less than a mile from UNC Charlotte's campus, so don't worry about transportation expenses because you can take a walk to it. It's not all about studying, so if you want to have fun, you can take a walk to shopping places and dining places which are all around UV Charlotte.

UV Charlotte offers fully-furnished 3 and 4 bedroom apartments. You can choose from our all-inclusive rent package that'll help you and your parents budget for a year’s worth of school expenses. Your privacy is our goal; that's why each apartment has a bathroom,  walk-in closet, premium in-unit appliances with washer and dryer included, and reliable cable and Wi-Fi.

You can also have fun in UV Charlottle itself as we offer a 5,000 sq ft clubhouse resident game room, self-serve coffee bar, resort-style saltwater pool, state-of-the-art fitness centre, cardio room, free tanning, cyber Cafe with free printing, sand volleyball court, and lots of resident events only for you.

*Prices vary according to floorplans size.

*Electric overages will be charged back.

*Students are required to provide insurance and have an opt-in plan that they can include in their lease which covers damage to the building if they accidentally caused it.


9915 University Village Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28262, United States

University Village at Charlotte is a 3-minutes drive to UNC Charlotte. Mallard Creek Church Rd & Univer is a 2 minutes walk away. 

$525 / Month
218 Reviews

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Four BedroomEn-Suite

A 360 to 365 sqft flat has four bedroom en-suite rooms featuring a double bed, workspace, wardrobe, closet, shared bathroom with a shower, dining area, lounge area with a smart TV, and shared kitchen with fridge and microwave.

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Three BedroomEn-Suite

A 414 sqft flat has three en-suite rooms featuring a double bed, workspace, wardrobe, closet, shared bathroom with a shower, dining area, lounge area with a smart TV, and kitchen with fridge and microwave.

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* Note: Final rent price and availability are subject to change and to be confirmed upon completing your booking.


Communal Games Room
Pool table, tennis table or games console in a shared area/room.
On-Site Gym
Well-equipped fitness centre.
Pet Friendly
Pets are allowed inside the building for an extra charge.


Full installment is due each month with a minimum of 10 installments.

Cancellation Policy

The resident can find someone to takeover the remainder of their lease. The fee varies by property but it is listed in their lease contract.

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Kelly Pham
in the last week
I’ve lived there for two years and here are some of my pros and cons: Pros: Management is professional and maintenance was pretty quick to come and fix things. The people at the office are super sweet. It’s on the cheaper side and close to campus. The apartment is spacious (some bedrooms are bigger than others). Cons: it’s a bit dirty, trash is usually left around without being picked up. It got really bad around peak quarantine times. Our ice machine and dishwasher never worked. We would call maintenance multiple times to get it fixed but they still didn’t work. I could hear the train at night from where my apartment was. Gunshots were heard multiple nights as well. Two of my roommates’ cars were broken into. Neighbors can be loud but it’s a college apartment complex so that’s kind of expected. The gate would only work half the time. Also ridiculous charges when you move out. Overall, it’s alright
Nicole Chandler
3 weeks ago
Honestly the only benefit about this student living is affordability and location. Other than that, I would not recommend this to my friends. For the required wait just to move in, it does make sense why the apartment was not cleaned thoroughly, appliances were still broken, and WiFi going in and out. But then considered “move-in ready”? Unacceptable. In addition, the living space is extremely small and out of date.
Cassie Chin
3 months ago
I've lived at Uville for the past 2 years. The office has always answered my questions the best they can and for the price, it is very affordable for students compared to other apartments around campus. Especially because all the amenities are included. The size of the bedrooms and living space are more than enough for your university years. Some of the tenants are very rude and take their anger on management publicly but management is always professional with their responses.
Neisha Marie
3 months ago
I love living in this community it's quiet and peaceful. The neighborhood is friendly and the staff is great. I am going on 3 years and it's the best decision I made, they have Great rates at University Village. The inside of the homes is the best part. - L. Culler
Maria Ayala
3 months ago
Can’t really judge because I don’t live there yet but the sign up experience has been great. Easy process, friendly people. I’m excited to live in the townhouse style & we signed up because of the costomer service. They gave us a code to forgo the application fee & knocked $20 off our monthly rent because we all signed up together. I can’t say anything about the living conditions & safety yet but so my experience has been good. May update once I move in.
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