I've lived at this apartment complex for 2 years and cannot wait for my lease to be up. It's better to spend the extra money and move else where. In 2 years I've been told the gates would be fixed and they haven't been. The laundry facilities are terrible and in dire need of a serious upgrade. The parking this terrible if you work long shifts don't expect to come home and park near your building. The staff is pretty good and maintenance is also good too. Traffic is kinda bad during certain hours and it can be hard to get out of the complex and there is only one way in and one way out. This complex has the potential to be so much better than what it is. If you want good amenities, a quiet living environment, and just overall comfort don't move here.Don't let pictures you see online fool you or the price, it isn't worth it. Spend the extra money per month and go to a different apartment in the area.
I am not sure where to begin. You start by over paying for a gated community. The gates never close and there is only trees to separate you from the main roads. Anyone could walk through. The laundry only has two good machines where the other two make your clothes smell like the ninja turtles washed them. They pool and club house were supposed to be available by the end of September. We are in mid October. Stephanie, I guess the manager... well I will keep it professional by saying she is the worse. Not a professional bone in her body. She is a cretin that goes behind everyone's back to make herself look better. The transgender woman is nice but she will lie to get you into an apartment you will eventually hate. Not worth the money.
Don't waste your time even applying. Good location yes. But way to high. They hardly approve anybody.u don't need that inquiry on your credit report! One of the oldest in pooler. Fyi
As my company frequently has people traveling to Savannah, they maintain an apartment in this complex. In essence, it's better than staying in a hotel for weeks at a time but far from meeting or exceeding expectations of your own apartment. For starters, the parking situation can be quite tricky, especially if working long hours and returning to the apartment complex after 8:00 p.m. Often spaces fill quickly and having no choice but to park in a lot adjacent to buildings far from your own building is quite common, which is quite aggravating when weather is not permitting. As far as the apartment itself, the design and layout is quite antiquated and reminiscent of the early 90's. The kitchen is quite small and reminiscent of a Panama City Beach condo with cheap appliances and ugly non-rounded counter tops. The bathrooms are small and the bathtub is even too small for a midget to comfortably be able to take a relaxing bath. The bedrooms are very basic--no ceiling fans and only a basic cheap light fixture with very dim lighting. The dining area and living room area are all in the same room; not bad if you want to eat and watch TV at the same time. If unfortunate enough to be on a lower-level, then you can hear all the noise being made by the upstairs neighbors. The windows in the bedroom are too large and allows all the outside street lights to shine inside the apartment and the cheap blinds do nothing to conceal the light. A few black trash bags taped over the window have solved this problem. The complex can be quite loud at times--especially since neighbors are permitted to shoot off fireworks in the parking lot with zero regard given to his or her fellow tenants. Overall, not bad for a few weeks' stay here and there and beats staying in a Motel 6, but would not want to live here long-term, especially since apartment complexes are plentiful in the area.
Friendly staff and a wonderful community clubhouse with awesome amenities.