Aug 22, 2014
Where should I begin? First off, don't move here. The low security deposit and cheaper rent is not worth it. From the outside it might look better, however I do recommend looking around the property beyond what they show you and the model apartment. The stairs and railing of the model apartment look nice but the rest of the complex is rusting away. No they will not do a walk through with you upon getting your keys but simply fetching you to find your place. I've lived here for 2 years and I am so excited to have this hell hole behind me. Living off of 38th and Keystone might have given me a better peace of mind than Villa Paree. A hit and run to my car, gun shots into an adjacent neighbor's apartment, constant jamming of the limited laundromat machines, squirrels in the walls, water being shut off at the complex's leisure, and littering of complex "news" are a few things one can look forward to here. I would not have even moved here if I didn't need to find a place from out of state within 2 weeks of accepting a job offer. Stay away from here. No the gym won't get better, the new management is worst than the old management, and no they won't extend laundromat or gym hours. If you choose to live here some peculiar neighbors will keep you entertained if you enjoy stalkers and creeps this is the place for you. Clearly the individuals giving this place 5 stars either work for the management company or are use to subpar living conditions. Upon moving out I discovered mold growing in my coat closet. And I pointed out the mold and they said we don't have to knock out walls unless it's black mold. Renter beware.
Jul 17, 2014
I moved here from Tennessee and I absolutely love it here! The community is quiet and I hardly ever see any of my neighbors because everyone pretty much stays inside. Some of the people I have met here are very friendly and have been here a while. I really like the location it’s near Castleton and I’m not far from IUPUI where I work. The grounds here are always nice and clean which is a big plus for me, I love the grassy areas. I don't really deal with the staff much, but when I do they are always very nice and welcoming. There is a new company that just took over and they are starting to do many resident activities, however, I haven't had the time to make any. I plan to start attending them; it’s just hard between work and school. The only things I don't like are; the laundry room closes at 9pm, sometimes I don't have enough time to get my laundry finished during the week, the wondering raccoons at night, and sometimes finding parking is hard after certain times of the night. I could definitely see myself living here until I can buy a home.
Jul 10, 2014
My daughter moved to this complex a year ago yesterday. She had repeated leaking from the apartment upstairs with no help from maintenance. To get out of the lease was too expensive. Over two months ago she had a break in and lost everything. The police came. The maintenance guy told the office she left the sliding glass door unlocked. It was obviously pried open with a crow bar or some type of tool. The office accused her of leaving her slider unlocked. They refused all assistance. They told her she would have to pay for any damages. We asked to be let out of the lease one month early with no penalties. They refused. The two people we dealt in the front office were argumentative and condescending. This would have been a good time to offer the paper to sign to let them know she was moving, but they did not. After going to the office to remind them she was moving they said she had to pay an extra months rent because she should have told them a week ago. They are so incompetent. We cleaned the apartment from top to bottom when we left yesterday. We went to take the keys to the front office and the same girl who had treated my daughter like she was the criminal again was condescending, argumentative and with great attitude. Don't live there. Some poor sucker had all four tires stolen this year. Apparently this is common as I read the first guys comments from 2011 and he suffered the same. Very unprofessional, and a bunch of sorry people work for this company. Oh and by the way I only gave them one star because it would not allow me to post this otherwise It should be at least a negative 5 stars.
Jul 18, 2014
GET HERE NOW! VILLA PAREE APARTMENTS - 62ND STREET AND ALLISONVILLE ROAD - INDPLS, INDIANA! You can NOT go wrong moving into this absolutely beautiful apartment complex WHATSOEVER. When you live here - you WILL LOVE calling your apartment your HOME OR HOUSE! This complex is so quiet, private, and peaceful. The office staff and maintenance staff are also absolutely great! Each resident is an individual - NOT JUST ANOTHER RESIDENT. The outside of this place is kept up and maintained very well and is absolutely beautiful. I have lived here for 2 years and I am a single older gal and it is so quiet here that I sometimes find myself bored! My neighbors and I have told each other a couple of times that we can not believe that we do not hear each other, or our tvs, or our music, or our company, or our pets! WHEN YOU MOVE HERE you will realize that the location is THE BEST for WHEREVER YOU WORK because you can travel many different ways to the different sides of town. You can travel Allisonville Road, 465, Binford Avenue, Fall Creek, Highway 37/69, just so many ways to get to where you need to go. I love this place and I love the office staff and I also love the pool! I have absolutely NOT ONE complaint. There is a laundry room building and I have done my laundry at different times within the past 2 years and EVEN the laundry room building has a nice sitting area you can enjoy and I have never had to "wait" for washers or dryers and I have never had one problem with a washer or a dryer. LIKE I SAID - IF YOU ARE THINKING OF MOVING - GET OVER HERE TO VILLA PAREE APARTMENTS NOW! YOU WILL NEVER BE DISAPPOINTED CHOOSING TO LIVE HERE!
A Google User
Apr 06, 2012
KEEP LOOKING. DON'T LIVE HERE. I lived at the Villa Paree Apartment Complex 2.5 years. In the beginning and for about 1.5 years, I was generally happy living there. It was never a special place with beautiful landscaping and great amenities, but it was fine. It was exactly what I needed during that stage of my life. I decided to resign my lease when it was time. I signed for 14 months to get special pricing. Everything seemed to be going along fine until about the May of 2011. All the sudden my maintenance requests weren't answered, leaving surface mold in my bathroom and wet ceiling tiles for a few weeks. I started talking to neighbors at that time about car break ins and there were a few apartments that also had intruders. At this time, I should have broken my lease, but it was going to cost me $1200 two months rent (so over $2,000) to leave. During the summer they seem to "catch" the guy that was committing the crime and for a few months, things seemed to get back to normal, safety wise, but I just gave up on maintenance. In November 2011, I walked out to my car on cinder blocks. Management did nothing to help me in my situation, no one offered me a ride or any support. Even though I was parked in my paid for carport, that didn't make them responsible at all. After loosing and entire day at work and $1200, I was able to drive my car again after friends helped me out. Three weeks later, I walked out to both of my front windows smashed in and my ignition ripped out. Again, management did nothing because they had done "everything possible to prevent this from happening." $800 later, my car had to be dragged from my carport, had new windows and a new home away from Villa Paree. During my time dealing with management during the second incidence, I learned that at 3am one of the maintenance guys closed my trunk, but somehow didn't think it was necessary to notify me or even look at my car because at that point there was glass EVERYWHERE. Somehow even though management had done "EVERYTHING possible" including providing "carports with great lighting for safety," he didn't notice that my car had been vandalized. This employee still works for Villa Paree and management company never provided condolences to me or the other four victims that had their cars vandalized on December 15, 2011. My break-ins are only two of the MANY in this apartment complex. The apartment complex refused to work with me and let me out of my lease three months early without financial penalty. In order to ensure my safety and that my car wouldn't be subject to vandals any longer, I was forced to move out and continue paying rent until the end of my lease. I now wish I would have paid the $2000 in the summer of 2011 instead of continuing to live there and eventually paying that money to be able to drive my car. Overall, please take my advice and do not move in to Villa Paree or any property managed by Muesing Management. They clearly do no care about their tenants or the safety of their property.