An ideal location

Where the Monroe neighborhood and campus living intersect.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is your lease?

​We typically offer a 12-month lease, but depending on the time of year shorter terms may be offered or available.  

When is rent due?

Rent and fees are due on the 1st of each month.

Is there a late fee for overdue payments?

​​A 5% late fee will apply if you pay on or after the 3rd of the month.

Are utilities included?

All utilities, including Internet and laundry are included in a $155 per resident per month facilities fee. 

Are the apartments furnished?

No. These apartments are not furnished. 

What are your application requirements?

​Application Criteria: Every resident 18 years and older (including adult children) residing in the residence must complete a rental application and provide photo identification. Incomplete or falsified applications are not accepted. We may verify each applicants housing history, employment, credit scores, criminal history, and/or income (at 3x the rent).

How much is the security deposit, what's due upon applying, and are there any application fees?

The security deposit is equal to a one month's rent. $300 of this is paid at the time of application (as earnest money), along with a $7.50 per adult applicant non-refundable credit check fee. Earnest Money will become a portion of your refundable Security Deposit upon execution of the lease agreement. ​​ 

Is renter's insurance required? (how much, what kind.)

​​Steve Brown Apartments requires that each resident maintain a renters insurance policy, with a minimum limit of liability for bodily injury and property damage of $100,000, throughout the term of their lease. We also require that you name SBA Management Services as an “Additional Interested Party” on the policy.

How much does renters insurance cost?

Most policies cost $15 or less per month. This small monthly bill can protect you from accidents that could end up costing you tens of thousands of dollars in damages.

Why should I carry renters insurance?

​​To protect you from a variety of accidents and losses, especially the very expensive ones we see almost every year. For example, a resident accidentally released the fire sprinkler valve in their unit and caused $40,000 in damage to their belongings, their apartment, their neighbor’s apartment, and the common areas in their building. Fortunately, this resident had renters insurance, and the damages were covered by their policy instead of out of their pocket.

What does a renters insurance policy generally cover?

​Theft, such as stolen notebook computers, or a missing package from UPS, FedEx, etc.Damage from smoke, lightning, windstorms, or hail. The vandalism or theft of your bike or damage to your property by a vehicle Water damage caused to the property and your personal items from overflowing toilets and tubsLiability for bodily injury to other persons.

Can I wait until I've moved in to start my coverage?

Per our lease agreement, all residents without renters insurance on their move-in day will be placed on our master insurance policy for a nominal monthly fee. Please note the master policy DOES NOT cover your personal items, only damages to the building. Once we have proof of independent coverage, we’ll remove you from the master policy.

How do I get a renters insurance policy?

​​​​​Simply add the policy with the company that holds your vehicle insurance, or call the insurance agent (or agency) of your choice. If you don’t have a preferred insurance provider you’re encouraged to consider ResidentInsure. All of our properties are pre-approved for coverage so you can sign up in less than five minutes. Visit to get started!

What property amenities are included at Stadium Lofts?

Stadium Lofts offers residents 24/7 emergency maintenance, trash and recycling center, parking available to lease, fitness room with cardio and weight equipment, community room with flatscreen TV, and unlimited laundry on site!

Do you have free internet/WiFi? (Where is it available?)

ResTech services wired Internet is included in your rent. You will need to provide a wireless router or Ethernet cable to connect. There is also free wireless in the fitness center and community room.

Do you have cable?

​​Cable and Satellite TV options are available through ResTech or TDS. Please contact them directly.

How does trash pick-up work?

​​The trash and recycling areas are located in the garage. The recycling for the building follows the City of Madison Ordinances.

Do you offer recycling?

​​Yes, our trash vendor provides mixed stream recycling.

Do you have package lockers/how do I get my packages?

There is a package room on the first floor by the mailboxes. You'll find your deliveries in this room. 

Is there a fee or permit required for parking?

Uncovered, covered, and underground parking options are available to lease.

Can I use a grill on my patio or balcony?

​​​The City of Madison prohibits residents from using or storing gas and charcoal grills on their balconies. Fines from the city will be passed on to our residents. 

I need emergency maintenance; who do I call?

​​During business hours please call the office at 605-258-4900. If there is an emergency maintenance situation, please contact our after-hours on-call answering service immediately at 608-283-3133. See a list of emergency maintenance situations here:

Do you allow pets? What is the pet policy?

​Cats, fish, and birds are welcome! Cats must be fixed. Max. 2 cats, $40/mo. per cat. No additional deposit is required. Exotic pets are not allowed.

I have a non-emergency maintenance issue; who do I contact?

If you have a maintenance request during our regular business hours, please call 608-258-4900 and let us know what you need to have repaired. Maintenance requests can also be made using the Online Resident Portal:

What is the smoking policy?

​​This is a smoke-free community.

I have a noise complaint. Who do I contact?

​​For general noise complaints, we encourage you to talk to the offending neighbor. If you're dealing with a neighbor's late-night party please call the local police department.