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Frequently Asked Questions

I want to live at 100 Midtown. What do I need to do now?
We're so excited that you've chosen 100 Midtown as your home away from home in Atlanta. For your convenience, you can apply and complete all your lease paperwork online from anywhere in the world! Be sure you have a copy of your drivers license or photo ID and payment method on hand.

You can also complete your lease with a staff member by scheduling an appointment with our office, or visiting us during office hours.

Completing your application takes approximately 30 minutes.

What does “All Inclusive” mean?
“All Inclusive” means you pay one bill for your rent and utilities—electric, cable, and internet—so you're only responsible for one payment. It’s all included in your rent! 

Is there transportation to campus?
We're located 2-minutes walk from the Georgia Tech trolley stop at Publix Supermarket. We're close enough to campus that many residents ride their bikes or walk to class, too. We're just one block away from the Midtown MARTA station.

How long are your leases? Are short term leases available?
We offer 12-installment leases. We offer a limited number of short-term leases. Many residents who are unable to fulfill their lease term choose to sublet their apartment.

What is a guarantor? Is there additional paperwork required?
A guarantor is someone, usually a family member or friend, who "guarantees" your lease contract and promises to pay your financial responsibility if you're unable. To qualify, your guarantor must be at least 25 years old and a U.S. resident.
If you do not have a guarantor you can "self guarantee" by providing a deposit equal to 1.5 times your monthly rent installment within 14 days of signing your lease. Contact us for more details.

What is roommate matching?
Every resident completes a detailed roommate profile questionnaire prior to moving in, which we use to match compatible residents based on their responses, including sleep and study habits, pets, lifestyle, schedule, and other criteria.

What does individual lease mean?
An individual lease means you are only responsible for your rent and bedroom, with shared responsibility for common areas. So if a roommate transfers to a different unit or moves out, you don’t have to worry about a thing! Your rent will not go up and you will never be financially liable for your roommates.

What documentation do I need if I don’t have a Social Security Number?
If you do not have a Social Security Number, then you are required to turn in an I-20, which is generally given out by the University. We also ask to see your Passport.

What is the Community Rewards program?
Community Rewards is a fun and easy way to earn points and get rewarded for being a part of our community, and it's the #1 resident loyalty program in the country! Earn points. Win prizes. It's that simply. Seriously, get rewarded just for living at 100 Midtown. Log in to your Resident Portal account to sign up now!

Where are the closest shops/food stores/restaurants?
There is a Publix grocery store just one block away, but there are many restaurant options nearby in Midtown. Technology Square is just a short walk from 100 Midtown and features a number of restaurants and shops. 

Do you allow pets?
No, pets are not allowed on premises. 

Is smoking allowed in the apartments?
Smoking is not permitted in your apartment, hallways, or common spaces inside the building at 100 Midtown. However, 100 Midtown has an outdoor patio with plenty of seating if you do smoke.

Can Financial Aid cover rent?
Unfortunately, we do not defer rent because of financial aid. The first installment of rent is due prior to your move in day, with the following installments due on the first of every month. You can pay rent in advance at any time if you use financial aid to avoid being late.

When is rent due? Do you send me a bill? How can I pay?
Rent is due on the 1st of every month. We do not send a bill to remind you prior to the 1st; however, you can check your balance by logging in to your resident profile. You can pay your rent online using a credit card or e-check, or in person at the office with check or money order.