Let your pet-friendly apartment home be the perfect conversation piece. The seventeen-story Commodore Perry Apartments, originally built as a luxury hotel in 1927, is a historic Downtown Toledo high-rise in the DORA district. This was the last large hotel built in Toledo's downtown area from the time it opened, in 1932, until the late 1970s. Now the Commodore Perry Apartments offers you an opportunity to be a part of the story. You can choose to live in a thoughtfully designed one or two-bedroom apartment with spectacular views of the riverfront and cityscape. Stylish living is easily achieved in these Center City Toledo apartments. With tastefully decorated neutral tones, it's a breeze to customize the apartment to be as unique and stylish as you are.
Experience the refined elegance of the Commodore Perry's history. With its beautiful Florentine Marble walls and intricate Terrazzo floors, the building displays a craftsmanship rarely seen today. Ornately carved bronze elevator doors adorn the corridor as you stroll beneath the elegant chandeliers. As you walk along the corridor of the entrance off of Jefferson Ave, you will pass our newly renovated fitness center and original hand-painted mural which depicts the early history of Toledo and The Maumee Valley.
If you enjoy being in the center of the city life, then Commodore Perry is the perfect home for you. With the Huntington Center just across the street from the back entrance, and Fifth Third Field across the street from the front entrance, Commodore Perry Apartments is located right in the heart of the downtown action.
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The repairs (Few and far between) are done either same day or immediately if needed. Residents living in the CP are all very nice and neighborly. New Gym is Amazing!Makes working out feel like I am at a real big-city gym. The apartments are very quiet. I also love the views.Everything is within walking distance. Bars, Restaurants, Sporting Events, Concerts, We even have a wine bar in the lobby!Casey C.
My favorite thing about living at the Commodore is just the overall community itself. You meet so many great people and have the opportunity to form lasting friendships with your neighbors. Nothing beats standing at my living room window and looking out over Fifth Third Field while there is a Mud Hens game going on in the summer. That is what I love best about living in the apartment I do. You can literally smell the Ballpark Franks being grilled up!Tony H.
I want to let out a secret that I have been holding on to. I have been living at the CP as I like to call this landmark structure in Downtown Toledo for about 8 years and from the very first day until now I can’t wait to return to my home. . I think the number one attraction is the people that live and work here where I live. The varied ages of our residents is where the chemistry comes from that makes me eager to come home. I have never heard anyone say they were happy to be leaving.P.J. G.
If the weather is adverse I park in a protective garage that is secure and go up to my comfy apartment and never know the effects of Mother nature. All I can say is moving to the Cp has been the best decision I have ever made. I cannot see myself ever wanting to move as long as I am residing in Toledo. Did I mention that three sides of my home is facing the three largest venues for entertainment that Downtown has to offer? Ps Mud hen season opener in about seven weeks come down and check us out!P. J. G.
My favorite thing about living at the commodore apartments is how friendly and nice everyone always is. ItBrandon G.
I just moved in about a month ago, and I couldn't be happier with my decision. Commodore Perry's great location makes everything downtown so convenient to reach, their fitness center is newly updated with great equipment, and their staff was super helpful in making sure the moving process was quick and easy. Not to mention my apartment itself is even bigger than I thought it was going to be. I would highly recommend Commodore Perry to anyone looking to move downtown.Robby - Yelp Review