I lived at Baxter Crossings and paid a couple hundred dollars per month more. When people get tired of the $60-$100 rent increases at Baxter, they move across the street to Westmont. Both complexes were build by the same builder and have the same plans and the same construction. Fogelman used to run both complexes. Since Fogleman sold to an out-of-state company, people are flocking to Westmont. Fogelman is a far better management company. I strongly recommend Westmont.
Terrible! When I moved in I was handed my keys, asked if I knew where it was, and sent away. No information, no inspection, nothing. Months later I get a call that I'm missing things in my file, no way! My refrigerator was broken, though they did fix it after I called twice. My dishwasher is broken and they refuse to fix it no matter how many times I call. I've found 2 mice (and I live on the 3rd floor). My screen door was broken when I moved in. My porch light has faulty wiring. And then the best part, I lost my job and asked if it was possible to pay a fee and move out early. They said yes but I had to pay more money than if I finished out my lease. Now it's time to move out and I'm told that the move out date on my lease does not mean anything. I have to give them written notice 60 days in advance that I'm moving out or they'll keep charging me. It's just been a nightmare.
Moved into a Villa this week expecting a very nice experience. What we got was a very old, not updated unit. The repair people did a horrible job painting and there were a lot of things that were broken. Please, if you choose to look into moving here please do a complete walk through and look at everything before signing anything.
Maintenance is SLOW, appliances are VERY old, windows and doors do not keep air out, if there is a strong breeze outside my blinds will rattle even when the windows are closed tight. My electric bill is usually 250+ for a 2 bedroom. I get LOTS of HUGE spiders and other creepy crawlies regardless of how much/often I spray around the doors and windows with bug sprays. BUT the area is very convenient/close to everything. And they do keep up very well with the OUTSIDE appearance of the apartments.
I'm surprised by some of the bad reviews. I had no major problems with the apartment, but I guess it's all about your expectations. I lived on a top floor with a nice, vaulted ceiling, it's painted nicely and the carpet was in good condition. The flooring in the kitchen and bathroom was pretty old and definitely needed to be replaced as the edges were curling up, but nothing I couldn't live with. I really liked the layout, any time I had a maintenance issue, they responded right away. Appliances were old, but what I expected compared to similar apartments. I liked the location for Chesterfield and I lucked out with neighbors because I never heard them except when they were walking to their apartment outside. But I'm low maintenance, some people just have really high expectations and I'm more realistic. But based on my experience, I'd definitely recommend it to someone if they asked