Developed in 1973, Mustang Village has served the Cal Poly community for many years. The complex features units ranging from 376 to 1,125 square feet with prices starting in the $700’s (subject to change).
Mustang Village is located within walking distance to campus, right off of California Boulevard. These apartments are primarily leased by Cal Poly sophomores who want to live off campus but still be close by.
Mustang Village offers many perks and amenities to its residents, including wood plank flooring, stainless steel appliances, updated AC units, large balconies throughout the community and creek views. Some of the most noted amenities that students enjoy include the heated pool, private park and laundry centers.
Cal Poly graduate Nick Gregor spent many years living in Mustang Village in the Theta Chi Fraternity house, which is located at the back of Mustang Village in Building 114. Gregor said he loved living at Mustang village because of the community aspect and how social the complex was.
“You would go to the pool and recognize someone immediately. Or be hanging out on a hammock and see a friend. It was awesome!”, Gregor said.
Mustang village is one of the largest apartment complexes in the area, with 534 total units. Students who choose to live in Mustang Village have the opportunity to choose between a variety of floor plans, levels and building locations.
Cal Poly junior Josh Amick said he has enjoyed his time at Mustang Village so far, and that all the staff and workers are very friendly.
“The people who help out around the place are great, if you need something fixed they always got you,” Amick said.
Mustang Village is currently taking new applicants for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications are available on their website at mustangvillage.com. You can also contact them directly by calling 805-783-2500.
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