This is the worst apartment I've ever lived in. It's only positive quality is the friendliness of the staff even if they fail to help you. I honestly don't blame the staff, as they try their best, but the buildings are old and falling apart. A fresh coat of paint is not nearly enough to fix the terrible plumbing (we've had two major pipe leaks in less than a year), limited storage space, and poor wiring (we can see what look like exposed wires in the utility closet, our laundry room light is barely attached to the ceiling, and our closet light sometimes won't turn on). The insulation of our windows is practically non existent leading to frigid nights in the winter despite massive electricity bills from running the heat. We asked maintenance to take a look and they said it was a problem with the vent (it wasn't) and that it had been fixed (it hadn't). The facilities are poorly kept (never poop bags at the dog stations, always dog poop littering the grounds). That is about half of the issues but I'm posting from my phone. Save yourself the aggravation and don't live here.
Beautiful apartment complex, terrible maintenance. The dish disposal at our apartment was backed up and draining into our dishwasher. We called maintenance 4 days ago and they still have not done anything. Good luck getting anything fixed.
I agree with Brandi Herring. I moved out about 18 months ago and it was a hassle. I have a friend whose girlfriend is moving in to this place so I got curious to see if reviews for this place was any better then they were back then. Everything with my experience was fine until it was time to move out. When I signed my lease I was presented with an option to either pay a 500 dollar deposit or a 75 dollar non refundable cleaning fee. I went with the 75 dollar option. When I moved out they did not honor this agreement. They billed me for painting, carpet cleaning, oven cleaning. Needless to nothing nothing was damaged through negligence, it was wear after 15 months. Every apartment gets a fresh coat of paint and a carpet cleaning. Why should I pay for it, when I agreed to pay a cleaning fee before I moved in. If you sign a lease with these people be sure you read the fine print and have everything in writing. They will attempt to screw you and get you to pay for things that you should not have to pay for. Now it is possible that they have a new staff now. The apartment manager 18 months ago was extremely rude and condescending. Hopefully they have new management.
We loved living here, and the staff were great....until we moved out. We had a dog, and there were a few stains left in the dining room area from potty training. At our walk through, the maintenance worker initially told me the stains weren't bad, and that he couldn't smell any odor coming from the spots. The next day he claimed to have gotten a carpet cleaning professional to the apartment when we weren't there (offered no proof of this, even though I asked for it beforehand), and said that the carpet had to be replaced, because cleaning it would cause the smells to come out and be "overpowering". I told him that I had never heard of cleaning making smells worse, and his response was "Well, I've been in this business a long time, but I thought that back when I thought I knew everything too". I thought that this was extremely rude and unprofessional, but would have let it go if that had been the only thing he said. He then proceeded to tell me that a stain that was under the carpet in a bedroom (not at all visible from the top of the carpet) that was at least two feet in length and a foot wide was a urine stain (way too large to have been left by the dog). I told him this wasn't possible, because the dog did not have access to that area due to it being blocked, and he called me a liar! He started telling me that I was wrong, and this was not possible since he couldn't see any marks from a dresser or other furniture. What was actually there was a light weight hamper, and it blocked the area from the dog. When I told him this, he just looked at me like I was an idiot and said "No, no it wasn't." If the carpet needs to be replaced, that's fine. I'm not even upset about that, it's a risk you take when you adopt a puppy. What I am upset about is the blatant disrespect that I was met with. This apartment complex went from being a place that I would give you the highest recommendation for to a place I wouldn't recommend to anyone at all.
I lives here from past 9 months and its good community to live, management is nice and . Though apartments are old and little pricey side, but spacious when comparing to other communities close by. I love this place and management people are awesome. Only drawback i see here that maintenance request wont be taken care unless you create tickets in resident portal :(. i would rate it 4.5 :).