These apartments are a freaking joke. Their has been shooting, break in ect.... The management here is also terrible. I gave them my 60 day notice to vacate and they threw it away on purpose. When my new apartment called, they told them I never gave them a 60 day notice. Luckily I kept a copy and had it notarized or they would had giving me a broken lease. Don't move to these apartments, and if you are leaving keep all your stuff!!!!!
I would not recommend living at Churchill Park Apartments. Make sure you are certain of where you want to live and ask to see the apartment you are holding. If they can't show it to you, move on. Our apartment has cracks and poor drywall repairs from when the previous tenants made holes in the walls. The walls, shelves and cabinets are covered in layers of paint that caused our plates, cups, boxes and cans of food to get stuck. The tub had cracks in the paint and uneven tiles on the walls which are also painted and chipping. The repairs made when you put in a work order have been partly done. Shortcuts are taken when making repairs so you have to call them back and the maintenance person complains about returning. It is a lot to deal with. We just don't call them anymore and put it off. When I am in the office I hear the staff talk to potential tenants and just feel like saying, "Don't do it! The floors aren't faux wood. Its laminate!!" There has been 2 fires on the property, drug use, very loud music being played at different hours of the day/night and kids walking around everywhere unsupervised. Its sad.
I am a renter who'd never lived in an apartment before or knew much about the system until I moved to Texas. I had only a few weeks to look for an apartment complex near by my work place so I was trying to get something in budget but also one in the area closer to my job. When I spoke to one of the reps in office the customer service wasn't half bad but the more questions and concerns I had the more the answers I was getting in return changed. I had asked about prices not only with one person but two others and they all quoted me different prices on the same apartment. They explained to me things were in the process of being changed and that all the apartments were being upgraded so my move in date would have the possiblity of being changed. When I was supposed to sign my lease I asked if I could do a walk-through before movd in. If anyone saw what I did they would be just as relieved that I had not signed my lease yet. I did a walk through and was NOT impressed with what I saw. The kitchen was full of old yellow appliances, dirty walls, holes in not only the walls and covered with paint, but also in the floor, and bathtub. I asked them to fix it before I moved in and their responce was "It was move in ready." I did not have wood flooring like I was told. The cost of the wood flooring had not been mentioned as an additonal fee and when I pointed out the other problems they responded with "It takes too long to replace." I do not reccomend looking there, they will take your money and also take advantage of you.
Haven't even moved in and I'm already having a bad start. The leasing agents/mangers/whatever can't get their stuff together. Giving me the wrong apartment, wrong "move in" information being giving, and no one's what's going on.