Ceres Way

Ceres Way

Ceres Way is an affordable housing community where families take great pride in calling this their home. With the multiple resources, community events, and activities we have to offer, our residents continue to grow and enrich their lives every day.

About

Located at the intersection of Ceres and Oleander Avenues, Ceres Way is a 60-unit apartment home community, where each two-story unit conveys a townhouse-style design. The property features 12 two-bedroom and 48 three-bedroom apartments within six individual craftsman-style buildings. Each home includes ENERGY STAR appliances, water-saving faucets and fixtures, and a patio. The property exceeds Title 24 energy efficiency standards by approximately 15%. This lowers resident energy consumption, provides a cost-saving benefit to residents, and promotes the health of residents. Parking will include a combination of carports and on-grade spaces.

This gated community includes a large community center and a one-acre lawn that provides green space and a play area, creating a strong sense of neighborhood. Residents benefit from the close proximity to public transportation, local markets, and schools.

Floor Plans

Beds: 2
Baths: 1
Sq Ft: 998
Price: $640/monthly, deposit $640
Beds: 3
Baths: 2
Sq Ft: 1,254
Price: $699/monthly, deposit $699
Beds: 3
Baths: 2
Sq Ft: 1,273
Price: $699/monthly, deposit $699

Amenities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Outdoor BBQ
  • Outdoor Fireplace
  • 3 Tot Lots
  • Large, Grassy Park-Like Area
  • 3 Laundry Facilities
  • Computer Lab
  • Learning Center (After School Programs)
  • Community Room with Pool Table, Foosball, Flat screen TV, Sitting Area and Fireplace
  • Gated Community
  • 24-Hour Maintenance
  • On-site Management
  • Carport Parking
  • Includes Energy Efficient Appliances and Water Saving Faucets

Latest News

Tenant Repair and Maintenance Responsibilities

Tenant obligations to keep their rental in good shape. Your landlord isn’t the only one with responsibilities to keep the rental unit reasonably maintained. State and local laws require you, the tenant, to keep house a certain way, as the list below demonstrates. Now, you may be wondering what your housekeeping responsibilities have to do…

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Water Conservation Tips from the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District

Water Conservation Tips Please notify management immediately if you observe any water waste or loss issues like leaking/dripping faucets, running toilets, or broken sprinklers, as these issues can result in costly loss when not correctly quickly. California Drought On Friday, January 17, 2014 Governor Jerry Brown officially declared a drought state of emergency for California.…

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