Student Apartments Near USC in West Columbia
Enjoy the best of West Columbia with an apartment near USC located in the River District and only a short distance from classes. Redtail on the River is a beautiful student housing community that features updated apartment interiors plus engaging community amenities like professional barbecue grills, a swimming pool, and sport courts. With a 24-hour business center on site, shuttles to the University of South Carolina, and convenient access to metro lines and nearby colleges, this is the perfect place for USC students. Redtail on the River’s student apartments in West Columbia, SC were designed to help Gamecock students succeed and dedicated to helping them feel at home.
Pretty active management. Nice rooms. Awesome! They are very active in trying to get the community to interactive with each other. They provide many opportunities for free food!
I like living here! The location and amenities are great and management is generally friendly and helpful. If it was not so expensive, I would consider living here next year!
I have lived here for 2 years and I plan to live here for a third. It's a great place to live and i would definitely recommend it to anyone.
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At Redtail on the River’s off-campus USC housing community, we believe it is our responsibility to create a true community, not simply four walls and a roof with upscale amenities (although we have those, too). See how our award-winning Students First® program will provide you with an exceptional student living experience that can launch you into success now and in the future.
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