Come check out our community; we know you’ll love what we have to offer.

Welcome to The Broadview at Vanderbilt! Our spacious apartments are conveniently located within walking distance of Vanderbilt University, making it a breeze to get to class. The Broadview at Vanderbilt is a community built with you in mind including some of the area's the best amenities and finishes.

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  Who is eligible to live in the BV community?

Currently The Broadview at Vanderbilt leases are only available to Vanderbilt University graduate and professional students.

  Can a spouse/partner live with me?

Yes, spouses/partners of Vanderbilt graduate students are eligible to live with you. An additional occupant fee will apply to your monthly rent. Please contact the leasing office for more information.

  What is an individual lease?

An individual lease provides each resident with their own separate lease agreement and responsibility for only his/her rental installments. By signing an individual lease, you are only taking responsibility for your rental installments and lease terms and will not be held liable for any delinquent amounts owed by your roommate(s). The individual lease agreement protects you in the event your roommates cannot make their payments, or if they leave their lease agreement early. This by-the-bed lease option is the only available lease option.

  How long is the lease agreement?

The lease term starts mid-August and expires at the end of the following July. This year only** we are offering a 2-year lease options for qualified applicants. Please contact the Leasing Office or visit the Floor Plans page for additional information. **Valid on leases starting between July 13th 2023 – August 31st 2023**

  How do I sign my lease?

Prospects sign the Lease Agreement electronically via their Resident/Prospect Portal. A lease contract is only valid once the primary lease holder (the resident) signs the Lease Agreement. If there is a Guarantor, the Guarantor must also sign the Lease Agreement for it to be valid. The Broadview at Vanderbilt management team will then countersign after all parties sign the Lease Agreement.

  How do I know if I qualify?

Future residents can qualify on their own or with a Guarantor. If the resident cannot qualify on their own or find a guarantor, we have partnered with The Guarantors, a third party guarantor provider, to offer an alternative solution. Prospects who are interested can apply free of charge on the following website: www.theguarantors.com/renters. The Guarantors acts as a guarantee to the lease and requires a non-refundable fee of up to 3-5% of the annual lease.

  Am I required to have renter's insurance?

Yes, before you take occupancy you must show proof of renter’s insurance. You are welcome to acquire your own policy, or we will enroll you into our master policy. The minimum coverage is $100,000 in General Liability. If you choose to enroll in our auto policy, the cost is $12/month. Please contact the Leasing Office for further details.


  How much is rent?

You can find our most up-to-date pricing by visiting the availability page or calling our office at 615.205.1295.

  How much are application fees?

The following fees are per primary, co-applicant, and/or guarantor:

  • Administrative Fee $25, paid once your application is approved
  • Application Fee $25, paid once your application is approved
  • App/Admin covers the costs of background and credit screenings
  • Security Deposit $100, paid at move in. This fee is refundable at move out pending no move out damages.

  What utilities are included in the rent?

All utilities are covered in the amenity fee, which varies by unit type. The amenity fee includes hi-speed internet, electricity, water, sewer, trash and the furniture in furnished units. Please contact our Leasing Office at 615.205.1295 for pricing.

  How do I pay rent?

Simply pay rent online or using the Resident Portal mobile app.

  What are your current specials?

You can view our most recent specials by visiting our Specials page or by calling the Community Office.

Pet Regulations

  Do you accept pets?

Yes - our pet-friendly community welcomes one furry friend per bedroom.

  Do you have any breed restrictions?

Our community does not accept the following breeds: Akita, American Bull Dog, Chow, Doberman, Pit Bull, Rottweiler, or any mix of the mentioned breeds are not allowed. For further information regarding our pet policy, please contact the Leasing Office.

  What are the fees for having a pet?

We require a $250 non-refundable pet fee, with a monthly fee of $30 pet rent per pet.

  Is there a weight limit or restriction?

At this time, we do not have a weight restriction.

  Do you accommodate service animals?

We gladly accommodate service animals and emotional support animals. Please contact the leasing office for the proper forms to be filed out in conjunction with your personal medical professional.


  What furniture is included in furnished units?

Furnished units are available in select units. The furniture package varies by floor plan but typically includes one full-size bed, a nightstand, dresser, desk, and desk chair per bedroom/studio. Floor plans with living rooms include a sofa, coffee table, and an entertainment stand. A select number of studio floor plans include murphy beds. All units come with a television, full size washer/dryer, and a fully-equipped kitchen.

  What is included in unfurnished units?

Unfurnished units come with a full size washer/dryer and a fully-equipped kitchen. Recommended furniture for unfurnished units include a bed, couch, dresser, desk and chair. For floor plans with living rooms, we also recommend a sofa/chairs, coffee table, television, and television stand.


  How does the roommate matching program work (individual leases only)?

If you’re applying for a space in a 2-bedroom floor plan, the application offers an exclusive roommate-matching service. If you would like to participate, you can complete the roommate matching form built into your application. The form allows you to make notes of any friends applying at The Broadview at Vanderbilt that you would like to live with. The form also asks you to input your hobbies, interests, sleep routines, pet preferences, and study habits. This information helps our team match you with someone with similar interests.

  What if I don't like my roommate after move-in?

If there are differences between roommates that cannot be resolved, residents may be able to transfer as rooms are available. A transfer fee will apply. Please contact the community office for more information.

Around the Community

  Is The Broadview partnered with Vanderbilt?

Vanderbilt entered an agreement with Balfour Beatty Campus Solutions and Axium Infrastructure with the aim of building quality graduate and professional student housing near campus that would foster opportunities for students to create community and build interdisciplinary connections. Vanderbilt provided land for the project; however, the building is owned and operated by BBCS/Axium. BBCS/Axium secured financing for the Broadview, which they have developed, and will operate and maintain as a public-private partnership (P3) with the university.

  Where can I park my car?

Through our partnership with Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt Parking provides parking access for our residents. We highly encourage residents to purchase an annual pass, as this not only allows you to park near the property, but in multiple designated lots across Vanderbilt's campus. The closest garage to The Broadview is Terrace Place Garage, which is normally not open to graduate students, and is just a one minute walk across the street.

Graduate students can purchase an annual pass at any time, once students buy their permit, they will need to email Parking Services to get their ID card activated to use the Terrace Place garage. For additional questions regarding pricing, parking locations, etc. please contact Vanderbilt parking at parking@vanderbilt.edu.

  Where can guests park?

Please refer to guest/visitor parking at Vanderbilt University.

  How do I get around Nashville?

Nashville runs a campus bus called WeGo which connects to the rest of campus and the surrounding transit systems. There is also a rideshare pick-up area located in front of the community on 20th Avenue.