All I can say is.I been here 4 years now and my lease is up.They owe me some kind of compensation being that there hallway outlet was connected to my apartment!?They are rude and the Bridge company as well.my OPPD was running 250 a month now its 125 since I turned off that outlet...I reviewed on Yelp too...I cant believe that they feel I should have paid for there cleaning..I also gave statments.still nothing...
Cheap rent but you get what you pay for. The property itself is beautiful but it comes with a lot of bad. I have found condoms and wrappers in my building and outside. Lots of garbage littering the grass (bottles, food, weaves, sex catalogues, etc). I've witnessed drug deals in the parking lot. The tenants are loud and low class (police intervention, shouting, expletives being hurled, etc). When we've had maintenance issues, we've had to call several times to have them addressed. If you are low on funds...by all means but I wouldn't recommend it. Staff cusses in the office in front of customers and can be unruly over the phone. Needs some hardass to clean it up. Little Old Detroit.
They showed us an amazing apartment and then put us in shithole. The apartment has so many defects, such as screens falling out and they wont fix them even when its in a childs room. They dont cooperate if you dont have alot of money they are not lienant on rent or payment dates at all. They took an entire summer to fix my air conidtioning and they told me just open your windows its not hot enough outside. It was over 100 degrees in my apartment and outside. They spend more money fixing the office and making it look good then anything else. Tudor Heights is the worst place to live and is definately not safe for children. There are daily drug deals in the hallways, half empty alcohol bottles in the stairs and entry ways. The washer and dryers are always broke and they refuse to fix them. There are people in my building who have almost burned it down lighting fires on their DECK
Rude Management and Staff, untrained maintenance, and just a huge NO!! This is the worst complex I have ever lived in. I moved from out of town, never lived in the area, nor do I know anyone from here. Little did I realize I would move into a small form of hell. My hallway constantly smells of marijuana, call the police and they cannot really do anything, because not sure what apartment its coming from. The building across from me constantly does drug deals. There have been shootings and all kinds of fights and such. Police are here constantly. Management tries to say its only them driving through to 'keep the lot safe' but its not. Especially when I moved in they requested I do not call police, that I call Signal 88. Who is never here. So on top of this being a very unsafe area, the staff are extremely rude. They do not let you finish sentences, and tell you why you are contacting them. Its exhausting trying to get them to stop talking long enough to tell them what you were really calling for. Maintenance doesn't like to do any work, so even if you do have a problem they will do anything they can to not do it. The issues I've had I've had to call 5 or 6 times to the office, leaving messages and requesting fixes, only to have to go in person to actually get anything done. I told them my bedroom is always cold because cold air comes in from outside through my closed window. I got looked at like I was an idiot and asked what I expected of a 40 year old building. In the winter, they clear the side walks with a snow blower, and all the snow and ice and salt is sprayed all over the cars. So make sure not to park next to a sidewalk or be prepared for that. As for neighbors, I live above a college student. I know this because the walls are so thin that when she is downstairs talking I can hear her clear as a bell in my apartment. I have to sleep with tv or music on to drown out other noise. This also means I can hear EVERYTHING my neighbors do. Which means they can possible also hear me. Also, they spend money on renovating their main office, on landscaping. But in the actual apartments, not so much. If you do decide to move here, make sure that you do a walk through of the actual apartment you will rent before signing. And that they go with you for the form of issues when you move in. Make sure to get a copy!
Living here has been a miserable experience. Management will do everything they can to not cooperate with you. The land owner lives out of state and is oblivious to the goings-on of the complex until the Department of Housing contacts them.