Very worst apartment. It's very old and chance for coming bed bugs. People are very rude. Very importantly it's not worth for the money you spend on rent. My advice is to take brand new apartment for 100 or 150$ extra is more worth then this old apartment. They have changed me 700$ when I vacate from this apartment. Stay away guys.
Perfect location to stay for anyone..and very well connected by Trimet. The staff is at excellent and always ready to attend you / your queries. Apartments are in good condition , whatever the maintenance needed is completed in 24 hours...guaranteed .. All external amenities like - swimming pool , 24 hour gym, CD library, connected to THPRD so excellent area to roam around. Its at walk able distance to almost all of the important places Elmonica max station Elmonica School Fred meyer Costco wholsale Nursery schools THPRD - a recreational park
I would have given them -1 if google had that option.They rip people of their deposits .They have the worst staff ever at the reception.The receptionist(asian-american) is the worst of them all. They are rude.On every lease renewal they hike up the rents of these apartments.Except the location and the greenery there is nothing that will bind you to this place.Beware, if you pay a months rent in deposit there is not a penny you would get back and in turn shell more from you packet.They have various clauses in the rental agreement that they will play on later. So guys do look for Apartments close by like cambridge and el monica and only get your dogs to poop here :)
No stars at all...pathetic staff. Stay there only if you do not wish to move out. There were stains in the apartments which couldn't be cleaned which I pointed out to them when I moved in. But they said "it's ok, we understand that the apartments are very old so regular wear and tear is fine with us but not damage". So those regular wear and tear became damage for them when I was moving out. Lot of other things as well, which one may not even know that its something that was supposed to be pointed out during move in. For example, dirt around hinges everywhere, run your finger throughout the flat for dust...you can't think of these possibilities. So basically, if you're still deciding to move into their apartments, then ask for a brand new flat with no dust anywhere
I loved living here for two years. I always felt comfortable walking around at night, the location was amazing, the staff was always helpful and friendly, and maintenance was always prompt. Then I moved out. I understand the place is old and upkeep must be hard, but that is no reason to charge outgoing tenants for renovations. While about half the apartments are renovated with new carpets and appliances, mine wasn't when I moved in. Namely the appliances were at least 10 years old, the carpet should have been replaced before I moved in, and the facilities (tubs, sinks, toilets) had consistent problems from day one. However, nothing was ever replaced, holes were just patched. There is such a thing as wear and tear, even in an old place, and as a tenant you expect your landlord to understand what that means. Well apparently the term wear and tear is not in CTL at Kings Court's vocabulary. If you want a wonderful place to live, but never EVER move out then this is fantastic. Otherwise, be prepared to spend a weekend cleaning your apartment and never seeing a cent from your deposit. Oh, and I work in the restaurant business so health and cleanliness standards are a big deal. So when I say I clean I mean I clean.