The Robert

The Robert Madison

Huntsville, AL - is the second-best place to live in the United States according to U.S. News & World Report's 2023-2024 rankings. The city's thriving job market, low cost of living and high quality of life were cited as the primary reasons for its top ranking.

Bordering Huntsville is the family-friendly town of Madison, AL. Madison boasts the charm of a small town with the convenience of a suburban, contemporary lifestyle. Just minutes from Athens, Decaur and Huntsville, this charming town provides the comforts of home with the convenience of living a stone’s throw from entertainment, schools, dining and restaurants. Home to Minor League Baseball’s Rocket City Trash Pandas, multi-use greenways, the Town Madison was designed to incorporate live, work and play all in one amazing community.

Town Madison’s newest apartment destination is The Robert at Madison!


Luxury rental living
4 story elevator buildings with 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments
20 Unique 2 & 3 bedroom townhomes

The Robert

Rohdie Group

We set out to build communities that are always on the forefront of new and innovative design. The Robert Madison will feature brand new one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in a four-story building with the convenience of elevators. Additionally, we have beautifully designed townhomes that provide extra privacy and space.

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The Robert


  • Clubhouse with coffee bar and co working spaces
  • Resort style pool with sunning ledge
  • 24-7 Fitness Center
  • Pickle ball Courts
  • Three dog runs
  • Green space
  • The best staff in Town Madison
The Robert

Your Community

    • Clubhouse with co-work space
    • Coffee and tea bar
    • Community fire pit
    • Dog park and dog wash
    • Outdoor grill
    • Resort-style pool with sunning ledge
    • 24-HOUR fitness center
    • Pickle Ball Courts (yes... Pickle Ball!) The Robert Madison will be the first community to ever offer pickle ball!
The Robert

Your Residence

  • Frameless glass showers*
  • Granite countertops
  • In home washer & dryer
  • Luxury vinyl plank flooring
  • Nine-foot ceilings
  • Stainless steel appliance package
  • Subway tile kitchen backsplash
  • Stylish Interior

Things to Consider when Subletting Your Apartment

Things to Consider when Subletting Your Apartment

Things to Consider when Subletting Your Apartment

Subletting is a great option for tenants who want to move out of their apartment before their lease term ends and want to avoid breaking the lease. Subletting generally refers to the act of allowing someone else to take over your lease and live in your apartment during the remainder of the lease term. This can be a great solution for tenants who need to move out for various reasons, be it personal or professional, as it allows them to avoid paying hefty penalties for breaking the lease. However, subletting also requires careful consideration to ensure that both you as the sublessor and your sublessee are protected. In this blog post, we'll look at some of the things you should consider when subletting your apartment.

1. Legality

Before you sublet your apartment, you need to make sure that subletting is legal in your state and within your lease agreement. Some states have laws that regulate subletting, and some landlords may have clauses in their leases that prohibit subletting. Make sure to thoroughly read your lease agreement and consult with your landlord or property management company to understand their policies and procedures for subleasing.

2. Screening Your Sublessee

You want to make sure that the person you allow into your apartment is someone who is trustworthy and responsible. Before you start any subletting process, bring in a background check company or check their background yourself online. Also, it's good to make sure they have a stable income and other payment of bills and debts. You need to ask for a security deposit equal to one month's rent as a security measure for your property. You also need to make sure that your sublessee is aware of the maintenance and other house rules in your building.

3. Insurance

Make sure to review your insurance policies to ensure that subleasing is allowed and that both you and your sublessee are covered if something were to happen. You need to make sure your Sublessee can show proof of renters insurance on the property for him/herself.

4. Rent

Decide ahead of time how the rent payment process will work. Be clear about rent payment dates and methods of payment with the sublessee. Don't forget to have a proper lease agreement signed by the sublessee.

5. Time Management

Subletting requires timely management, and you should always stay in communication with the sublessee. Respond to all sublessee questions, complaints, and concerns quickly. The faster you respond, the better for both you and the sublessee.



Subletting is a great option for tenants who need to move out early but want to avoid breaking the lease agreement and save money. However, before committing to subletting, make sure to take legal steps to secure your property and ensure that your sublessee is someone who you can trust. Remember to get a sublease agreement signed by the subtenant. Always be prepared for the unexpected, and keep an open line of communication with the sublessee. If you're looking for apartments in Madison, AL, contact The Robert Apartments today to schedule a personal tour.

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