What is the difference between a Unit and a Studio?
A Unit is a living space including a full gourmet kitchen, washer and dryer, and social area. Think like a traditional apartment. The Unit is the whole area. A Studio is a smaller section of the Unit. A Studio includes a bedroom, bathroom, closet, a kitchenette, individual HVAC control, and a door with a lock. Each Unit has several Studios within the the Unit. Some Units also include Deluxe Studios which include all of the same features as Studios plus a little more space. See the next Answer for more.
What is the difference between Studio and a Deluxe Studio?
A Studio is an individual space within a Unit that has a bedroom with one bed (plus a bathroom, a kitchenette, a bedroom, a closet, individual HVAC control, and a door with a lock). A Deluxe Studio has a bedroom with space for two beds as well as the above-mentioned list of amenities. Two people may share this room, splitting the cost of the room. One person may also lease a Deluxe and have extra living space within the Studio. Studios and Deluxe Studios do not specify the number of bathrooms, as some one-bed spaces share a bathroom while others do not.
What utilities are included in my rent?
A free dial-up modem is included! Just kidding. Spectrum Wi-Fi/cable is included at a speed of 300mbps. Residents of The Point also have basic cable included in their monthly rents.
High-End Security Measures.
The Point as well as the Klaus Mechanical car parking system require a key FOB for access. In addition, the Point has a lock on every Studio door. Lastly, only residents who live in the Unit have access to the Unit, meaning a resident of Unit 410 would not have access to Unit 630 without being granted entry by a 630 resident.
What is Klaus Mechanical Parking?
Klaus Mechanical Parking is a parking system that allows residents of The Point who choose the Klaus system to park securely beneath the building and avoid garage or surface lot parking. The system uses elevators that store cars in three-tiered spaces, essentially fitting three cars into the space of one by stacking them. Residents can cue their cars preemtively using the Klaus App from their phones. For a visual of how this all works, see the video on our Home Page!