I lived here 2xs due to my husband being a Marine. I loved it here each time. The front desk ladies are so nice. Kat was totally amazing[hope she's still there]! She was fully of energy very nice and sweet. Spacious living areas and now, since I have been away they totally remodeled! Its even cuter now! Private patios, quite complex, and in a great SAFE area. My husband left his keys in the APT door twice over night. Nothing happened. The price has jumped a bit since I last rented in '12 but I guess that is what happens when changes are made. I'd totally live here again in a heart beat. So totally would!
I would've given this place 1 star due to our experience but given they gave us the option to move out without any fee/hassles they gain a star. We had moved into what we thought would be our dream apartment - great sunlight, even though parking in the complex might not have been ideal there is plenty of street parking if you pick a unit near the street, quiet area, close to the freeway for work, really nice updated fitness center, washer/dryer in a 1 bedroom unit, walk-in-closet ... but I guess it really was too good to be true! Within the first week and a half of moving in so many things 'went wrong' between toilet not working properly which at first we thought was something small (no big deal right? until we realized over the week so many other things that went wrong), front door having a crack entirely through the door to where you could see light through it (how do you let someone move in with that?? I never really thought I'd ever start checking front doors when moving into any apartment until after experiencing Sycamore Greens), windows were messed up, bathroom door didn't shut/lock, toilet over flowed and my husband just fixed it himself fed up at some point, kitchen sink leaked, drawer in kitchen was completely cracked through and wouldn't work, lots of parts of the apartment had not been cleaned ..... it was just obvious the apartment was NOT ready for move in or had not been inspected or something ... which is weird considering we weren't in a rush to move in. John & Kelle at the office were nice and would respond to emails but things weren't actually getting fixed "immediately", they'd have the nice maintanence guys try to patch things or would come check it out then see what he could do. My husband had to request days to work from home which is something you don't expect when first moving into an apartment. It became obvious that the units are old and management isn't doing much to take good care/replace things (lots of patch work ... even parts of the carpet were just patches instead of full replacements). Its hard to give them a good review ... yes they let us move out without paying insane fees (which we would've taken to court anyways) and they tried to fix things but its a shame we had to even go through that in the first place. Make sure you see the exact unit and check everything out thoroughly before moving in.