The Abbot
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The Abbot is ideally situated next to the MSU campus, at the intersection of Abbot and Grand River in Lansing. Whether you're gearing up for game-day or buckling down for exams, The Abbot is the retreat you need. With stunning views in every direction you'll love the views from our rooftop terrace and adjoining club room - that's just the beginning of our uniquely entertaining amenities that lend themselves to effortless social interaction; while serene study zones and fitness areas provide respite and focus.

Choose from fully furnished studio, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, with built-in storage solutions for a smarter way of living.

read more › We have the floor plans you're looking for in a new apartment; plus a full slate of amenities. Thoughtful details include wood-plank flooring in the hallways, in-apartment washer/dryers, social areas like our rooftop terrace and 24-hour resident lounge, which includes Stockwell Vending, a gourmet coffee machine, and an adjacent outdoor fire-pit with lounge-style seating accommodations provided. Review our complete list of amenities then reserve your apartment today.

read more › A street may separate The Abbot from the campus of Michigan State; however, the sense of community crosses seamlessly into each feature. Take hold of the opportunity to host your game-day guests at the rooftop terrace lounge or take advantage of The Abbot's dedicated study spaces. Fuel your research sessions with a quick trip to the coffee bar, or cross off another task with an energizing workout at the on-site fitness and spa. This thoughtful approach extends to the bike storage and parking options available.

read more › Each resident signs their own lease for their specific bedroom. So, if a roommate moves out, the other residents are not responsible for that person's rent. Please note that common areas are a shared space. Why is my rent not prorated? A rental installment is a payment made as part of a series of payments. To simplify the billing process, the entire sum of the housing contract is divided into EQUAL installments. Instead of reducing the first installment and increasing the remaining installments, all installments are equal.

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