I lived here for 2 months but I had to leave and break my lease (they sued me, I lost) after hearing about the girls place on the news that was broken into in the middle of the night through the window. I saw rats several times near the garbage, huge rats!!! There are a lot of meat head type guys that live here that are always outside trying to bum money off of you if you walk near them. Better values elsewhere for the money.
I have been living here for about a year. When I first moved in, it wasn't so bad. I read some reviews about it not being taken care of and things like that but it is pretty nice. The only thing was we had gotten an apartment with new cabinets being put in. We had to pay more each month for those. They weren't put in until 3 months after we moved in. We weren't able to put any of our dishes into the cabinets because they told us they would be put in every week. The date of the installation changed every week but we were still charged the higher price. The electric in the kitchen area is crap. **For my apartment it is $780, and for a month to month of one month, it is $995. NOT WORTH IT!! NO amenities. When we looked into it, they told us we could use the pool and fitness club at the other site. We can't. On some places it says there is a pool. There isn't. The only thing there is a small playground and a pavilion. *There are 2 outlets that run together. A toaster oven and a microwave can't run at the same time or you blow a fuse. *They installed a fan in the kitchen, but didn't plug it in so now it just hangs there. It isn't worth the price even with the newer cabinets. *It is expensive for such a small space, my doorbell doesn't work and hasn't since the day I moved in. *The door to our apartment building doesn't latch or lock, so when there were crime problems occurring in the area, there wasn't much I could do. *The laundry is expensive and aren't very powerful. *They don't have any accommodations for larger dogs. There is nowhere for the dogs to play, no garbage cans for pet waste (unlike their sister campus The Cascades, that has them everywhere) and if the receive a complaint that you didn't clean it, they charge you $25. *I have become friends with other residents that have bigger dogs, and at night we like to let them run around off leash. If someone walks by, we hold our dog(s) until the pass, otherwise they just stay with us and play. One of us has been fined $50 for letting the dogs off their leashes. *The pavilion and playground are is rarely used and is a waste but intend of making if better for residents with animals, they leave it there. *The maintenance takes forever to go through so you are better off fixing things yourself. *In order to contact the office, you have to go through a call center and leave a message, then hope that the office will call you back. They almost never do. I highly suggest finding somewhere else. There are many other places out there with better pricing and better benefits to living there. Also, if you have a pet or a kid, don't even dream of getting your security deposit back. The entire place has white carpets and white walls. The only pro about living here is the area. It is right off of McKnight Rd and and Babcock Rd everything is very close by. There is a community behind Governor's Ridge called McKnight Village that is really nice. Very little cars travel through there so walking and running around is nice. There is a community park up there you can take your dogs to but it isn't fenced in and is used during baseball/softball seasons.