The security guards now are better then they used to be about 2-3 months ago. They got a new company now and the guards seem quite kool. The best guard I think is Ali that comes in at 6pm and stays here till quite late. I havent seen him around for a couple day's now though, I hope they bring him back because he was really friendly and doing a terrific job as a security guard!
The worst apartment complex ever. The management is even worse. They play a lot of games. When you have an issue to talk to them, they listened to you first, go to the another room in the office, talk to each other, and come with a very different decision you would never expect. The best thing I did was moving out. They made me very mad, even though I am not living there any more, I strongly recommend you to think reconsider moving there. It is not worth it. Trust me, you will have an issue, and they will disappoint you in the office. IF you don't believe me, read all of the reviews.
I have been living here for last 2 years. Im just waing for a new place as soon as posible. but life keeps me busy other things. I cannot wait to get out of here. I live on third floor right next to the laundry room. The apartment patrol guys need to check every building and make sure no one uses the laundry room after 10pm. Laundry room supposed to be locked after 10 pm. apartment patrol guys have stopped checking on it for last 6 months. every night everyone using laundry room midnight. some teenager smoking marijuana in the laundry room I have called police many time. I have called the leasing office to report this matter several times unfortunately they are not even seemed concerning this issue. Just don't live here.
This place is highly disappointing. Tons of screaming unsupervised kids running around and almost run me over with there scooters. The trash bins are constantly filthy with people moving out and abandoning furniture, beds, couches. The gate has not worked for months and so I am locked out on a daily basis until someone comes through. The grounds are pretty dirty, the halls reek of pot. There are a lot of people who park in the parking lot during the weekend who are not residents and it fills up the lot, so no room for paying residents. They need to enforce the parking rule more efficiently. They are taking advantage of the market right now. They are charging outrageouse prices but are not providing the service nor quality they are charging for. ***I see that managment has responded to my review - the obnoxious loud noise is not just becuase of the Labor Day Holiday, it is a constant battle.
New management. You can ignore MOST of the reviews from before 2014. Look, the complex has around 700 apartments. With that many people, there are bound to be a few issues (fire alarms, no parking, overflowing trash bins), but so far I haven't seen or heard anything that would make me say, "I hate this place & I HAVE to move." Most of the residents are families who either keep to themselves or are friendly (like Southern friendly) and the picnic areas are used daily (if families are hanging out comfortably, I feel comfortable). I feel safe here, despite the many terrifying reviews I read before I moved here. You only get one parking space per apartment. You can pay for more (currently $85 per month), but they're not reserved - essentially, you pay to get your car behind the gate and after that, you're on your own. But if each apartment paid for a 2nd space, there'd be 1400+ cars here, and there just isn't THAT many spaces available. The new management is auditing the extra spaces that were purchased to see if there's room for new vehicles, but street parking isn't too bad once you get the hang of it. The worst I've had is to park two blocks away. The office is 180 degrees from the reviews I read and I imagine that has a lot to do with new management. I've always been greeted with a smile and a "How can I help you" every time I go in. Any complaints about maintenance should be taken with a grain of salt. Again, 700+ apartments. Even if they were to hire 50 repairmen, that would still mean about one guy for each building. My advice would be to take care of the simple stuff yourself (Google it if you have to) and be patient about maintenance requests. They do, however, outsource major issues (smoke & water damage, etc.) There are plenty of dumpsters for trash and recycling and they pick it up once a week. Anyone complaining about an overflowing dumpster and leaving their trash next to it is just too spoiled and pampered to bother walking another 50 feet to the next bin. I can definitely hear my upstairs neighbors walking around. I deal with it because I chose to live in an apartment and 90% of apartments are going to be like that. There's an occasional smell of marijuana, but nothing overpowering. I've never smelled it in the apartment building - just when I was walking out to smoke a cigarette. It's a non-smoking complex, which means I've got to walk outside the gates to smoke a cigarette (which sucks when it's raining). But, because I'm out there so often, I can assure you no one is dealing drugs in the parking lot - I'm pretty sure I look like the sketchiest character out there and you won't get any dime bags from me. It would be nice if they had a covered smoking area, but as a cigarette smoker in the 21st Century, I'm used to being pushed to the curb. Lastly, there is a problem with stray cats. I've seen about 5 so far and my roommate's dog (and then her cat and my cat) got fleas. So if you have a pet, stock up on Advantage or whatever and keep your eyes out for the little buggers. Overall, I'd say that I can tell how this place used to be based on the reviews and what I've seen, but the new management is working hard (7 days a week) to change that. Parking will be the biggest issue to deal with.