Don't move here. I left this apartment in pristine condition, and paid my fees for breaking the lease. Now I'm giving a bill for cleaning and something about accelerated rent. What a joke. Take photos when you move out as I did for proof. Better yet,don't even move in.
The apartments are fully renovated with hardwood floors except for carpets in the bedrooms. The new management is good, I think they are better in handling maintenance issues than the previous management. The only problem I'd say is loud neighbors. Almost everyone owns a dog or two so a lot of barking. The rent is very reasonable (at least mine was) for an apartment of this size in Denver.
I've been really impressed with Infinity Flats since The Collective at Glendale took over. Just recently this year they gave us free laundry as well as the other amenities the building has. The only reason I took off a star was the fact that the entry doors can be difficult sometimes with the keys. But that is literally the only problem I've had. It is a wonderful place to live and I would recommend any of my friends here.
I am rating this apartment complex as a "1" simply because, despite some positives, I still would not recommend living here. Background: My wife and I have lived here for almost two years. We have two dogs and moved in when the apartments were owned by a different company. The information below is a review of the current state of the apartments with the new company. The good: Since the new company has taken over, they have made laundry free (it used to be $3 a load). The location is great. We are both close to work, it doesn't take much longer to get to the mountains than when we lived out west, and there is a lot of shopping and restaurants nearby (some within walking distance). They are dog friendly with a dog park on the property, although you will certainly pay for it (we pay 60 a month for two dogs and paid a non-refundable pet fee of 400 when we signed the lease). We have never had a problem with neighbors or parking. The bad: The grounds maintenance is terrible. With dogs allowed, they do not clean the grounds as they should due to less than responsible pet owners. It is common to find dog feces walking on the property, and you will smell it if you open your windows on warm days. Furthermore, they have not been diligent with emptying dog bins located around the property and in the dog park, leaving the overfilled. This has been better very recently in respect to the dog bins, but it took months. The apartment kitchens are a bit small, and there is no direct was to contact maintenance if there is an emergency. Example: we found the refrigerator was leaking from the water line and had no way to tell anyone over the weekend, needing to pull out the appliance and put a bucket under the line. The buildings themselves are older, and have been cheaply redone. We were offered to sign another lease for April, in the two instances this has happened, we have had to pay more than 10% of our current rent price, more than the increase of the Denver rental market in a year. The lease you sign here states they can enter your unit anytime they want, and the came into our unit four times last year (supposedly it is at random), sometimes without our knowledge, making us feel very uncomfortable being here. Parking isn't an issue, but in the past 21 months there have been two cars stolen from right outside our building front door (both belonging to two of our neighbors), and there is no option for secure parking. Overall, the quality of life you will have here when considering laundry is not in unit, it is an older building, the neighborhood isn't the greatest isn't worth it as we are about to pay about $1250 (this includes pet rent and building utilities...apartment utilities is still a separate bill) despite being great tenants causing no damage and paying on time. There are a lot of apartments in this area not owned by Collective, and they are cheaper. I highly recommend looking at those apartments if you are looking to live in this area. Otherwise, if you pay a little more you can get something MUCH nicer. If the rent increases weren't so high we would be happy to stay. It is worth noting that we have never had an issue with management directly, and they seem to show an interest in making improvements. Unfortunately the apartment quality coupled with needed improvements in no way justifies the price they charge for rent.
While we love our apartment we don't love the ridiculous rent increases. The new management company that took over last summer is very nice and helpful, as are the best of thieves, but they are preying on renters. I hope they have enough people moving here from out of state to keep the place filled.