Jul 15, 2014
I lived at village Creek for about 1.5 years, I wouldn't say my stay there was enjoyable, but certainly not horrible. The staff was friendly, the location was great and I'd say it was the best bang for your buck place to rent. Neighbors were generally nice though I got super unlucky and ended up renting an unit below a b!tch who loves calling the cops on everything. Word of advice, check the unit they are about to give you, I was put into a bed bug and cockroach infested unit when I first moved in (unit #28-202), had to throw away all my furniture and send all my clothes through washer/dryer. Fought with the management office for a good week before they finally let me into a new unit. And if they tell you oh the pest control guys says he did not observe any signs of bedbug/cockroaches, but he still sprayed your unit. DON'T BELIEVE THEM!! Next, always always always check your lease contract before you sign. In their lease, they basically say if they were to have to replace or clean anything, its on your dollar, every single penny of it. And when you move out, make sure you do the final inspection with them and SIGN THE INSPECTION. Don't ever let them fool you that "oh, there's no such thing, there's no paper work to sign". I don't know if its the management office or the corporate office (Riverstone Residential), but at least one of them is a f*cking ass hole and will try to squeeze every single penny out of you. I made my mistake, learned a good hard lesson, a $600 lesson. If you are a person who is a super neat freak, no kid no pets no outdoor activities, and likes a place where you will get your peace and quite, then Village Creek is the place for you. Otherwise, considered yourself warned, go rent somewhere else, because its not worth your time or money to fight with these people. BTW, don't let their hot tub/pool fool you. For the times I've tested their water, its either human skin soup (not enough sanitizer) or sanitizer water (too much chlorine). Don't know who their CPO is, but definitely not doing his job.
Apr 07, 2014
I lived at Village Creek for nearly four years and enjoyed my time there. The community was safe, the management staff was more than attentive, and I got to see a lot of changes for the better. They are, by far, one of the best apartment complexes for the money in the metro-Denver area. You have everything you could possibly want and more within a two-mile radius. I wish I could have stayed, but fate had different plans. I would recommend Village Creek in a heartbeat.
Jan 07, 2014
Lived here for 2 years. I would not recommend, only stayed because I hate moving. Community laundry site is not clean. However, they do keep the premise very nice and neat, BUT the leaf blowing, shoveling, cleaning etc begins at 8am every morning, which is very annoying. They could at least start at later in the day. The train tracks are right across from the apts, which is also very annoying. Parking is very limited as well. Don't be surprise if you have to park in front of a different complex and then walk to yours.
Dec 17, 2013
When I moved into Village Creek about 4 years ago, and have since left (one year ago), it seemed nice. However, the management became vindictive toward me. I lived there 3 years faithfully paying rent. When I got married in 2012, my husband didn't qualify to live there. They told us that he had to leave, and I could stay, or that we both must leave. As we thought of what to do, he file a complaint against them with DORA. The attorneys for VC were manipulative and retaliatory toward me, taking the complaint case to court, lying, saying that I breached the lease (which I had not, as my lease was up at time of my moving), and in retaliation added several $1000 against my credit. Also, when I went on VACATION a few days, I returned home and someone had been in my house (FROM STAFF), and my PC crashed/ had a virus, AND there was a beer stolen. Obviously, this was someone with keys to my apartment. I didn't file a police report, but should have. The landlord is greedy, the management is vindictive and not easy to work with, and their attorneys are lying manipulative. It is a pretty place, and the hottub is nice, but I wouldn't move there, as they are not all they represent themselves to be. AVOID this place if at all possible!!
Jan 18, 2014
Dear Village Creek/Riverstone Residential, In regards to whether or not I will renew my lease with your company: Nice! My girlfriend's car just got towed for having expired tags. My complex knows where I live but they couldn't give me a heads up. You know, after dealing with apathetic Riverstone employees who are too distracted either by each other or Facebook to actually pick up a phone, all the way to false legal threats after rent was paid in full (I was told it was a temp's fault. Nice coverup, team.) the decision to renew my lease has been made very easy for me. Don't worry, I plan to avoid your corporation and spend my $12,000 annually on a business that values it's tenants more than pocket-reaming leases and over-paid, helpless employees. TL:DR - You can read all of this in my Written 60 Day Notice to Vacate.