Welcome to Whitney Ridge Apartments
Contemporary, upscale and simply outstanding location
Enjoy park-like settings and spacious floor plans nestled in a very desirable residential area. Whitney Ridge is an area known for its rolling green hills and lush evergreens, yet enjoys a location convenient to I-90, I-490, shopping centers, banks, restaurants and grocery stores. The truly unique experience of historic Fairport Village is just minutes from your door and offers a blend of specialty shops along the Erie Canal. St. John Fisher and Nazareth Colleges are nearby, and our children attend the highly rated Fairport Schools.
Whitney Ridge offers several unique floor plans including multi-level apartments with scenic views from your balcony, open loft plans and several more traditional options. Wall to wall carpeting is included in your living areas and central A/C is powered by Fairport Electric, renowned for its very affordable rates. Your modern kitchen features a dishwasher, disposal, full size refrigerator, and electric range with exhaust hood. Each of our centralized courtyard entries include convenient laundry facilities for our residents, and 3 bedroom options come equipped with washer & dryer hook ups for your use inside the apartment.
Arrive home and relax on your balcony or patio, take a dip in our community swimming pool or simply lounge on the sun deck on the chaise lounges. If tennis or basketball is more to your liking, we have that covered, too!
Whitney Ridge is pet friendly. We allow cats and most dogs. Please inquire for more information about our pet policy and regarding breed restrictions.
Our cordial and professional management staff is happy to assist you, and offers 24-hour emergency maintenance service. The leasing office is open seven days a week, so please do not hesitate to contact us for further information regarding our community.
"I have lived here for five years and was very pleased with how your staff handled my refrigerator door issue. I greatly appreciated how courteous and attentive they were."